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CERTAINTY AND CONTROL AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

Updated: Nov 25, 2020


Our desire for certainty is a essential human need. Without it we wouldn't move.


We all want it and we need it.
The question is how do we get more of it? Do we look outside of ourselves or do we look within?
 

Take a moment to observe what mainstream society is suggesting we do now in relation to COVID - what happens when the majority of people try to achieve their need for certainty by looking for it from others? Where does it get us when we do this? Nowhere beneficial! It only creates an atmosphere of waiting for someone else to bring us what we want. And when we don't get what we want, when we want, we go bad crap crazy.


Our need for certainty really is our need to control. We all want it and we need it. The question once again is, how do we get more of it? Do we look external or do we deliver internally?

 

There is a healthy and unhealthy side of both certainty and control. Truth is we either control ourselves or we always end up trying to control others.


Ask yourself, how well exactly does it work trying to control others? Lol.

It doesn't! It's never worked and the good news is, it never will!


Activating the gift of certainty comes when we go about the work to re-own our life. To take responsibility and take control of our personal behaviours instead of requiring others to behave in ways that suit our needs.

 
New life erupts and entirely new dimensions of life will unfold for you when you finally see control as something you exclusively do with yourself vs something you demand of others. There is no need for you to wait for certainty to arrive any longer. Both certainty and control are what you bring from within. CERTAINTY AND CONTROL ARE BOTH WHAT YOU CAN PERSONALLY BRING NOW.
Both are what you demand and command of yourself and not what you demand and command of others. When you action this well, it is here where you increase your courage and strength. It is here where life begins!!!

Wishing you much healthy control and healthy certainty,

James Heppner

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