Monthly Archives: April 2018

Exaggeration

Do you exaggerate things when you describe them? Do you embellish on the details of things when explaining them? Exaggeration, according to Dictionary.com is to represent disproportionately. Exaggeration is usually a sign that a person is not satisfied with themselves or their life. When we realize that we are all a unique representation of a corner of the universe that only we can represent there seems to be no use for exaggeration. It is only comparing ourselves to others that creates a lack of self-satisfaction. I am made in the image and likeness of God and that spiritual self is my oneness and is perfectly connected to me.

I don’t need to exaggerate. I need only to describe what I am, what I am feeling, what I am experiencing. I am my uniqueness and to try to be anyone else is a travesty of my spiritual self. I need to be proud of what I am, of what I feel, of what I experience. When I realize my true self and release my false ideas of what I should be, I find a closeness to God that opens my intuitive self or God consciousness. Once I am on the same plane as God I begin to flow with the spirit and make decisions that promote the whole of my life experience and not just my selfish needs. Inspiration is becoming open to my heart’s desire or God’s will for me.

It has taken over half my life to realize God’s will for me. God’s will for me holds no room for exaggeration. I need only share my spiritual experiences and the spiritual awakenings they have prompted to be doing God’s will for me. I need only search for God and help others find Nirvana, heaven, paradise, serenity, tranquility or enlightenment to be blessed by God. When one finds their oneness with God and combines it with their talents their success is guaranteed. It is God’s pleasure to reward us for our loyalty to our purpose. If you want to know what you were meant to be without any exaggeration just remember…

Your Life is PERFECT!

PAY ATTENTION!!!

Love,

Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.

No

Do you have a hard time saying “NO”? Many of my clients have a hard time saying no. This creates a problem with relationships as a person who can’t say no draws people to them who take advantage of them. No, according to Dictionary.com, is a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal as in response to a question or request. I personally don’t think of yes and no as being positive or negative, same as I try to see my experiences. God is not pro or con; God is law! There is not good or bad if we learn from it. Yes and no basically mean I’m in or I’m out. When someone makes a request of me I need to be sure of my answer because it requires action I may not want to take.

When I say yes I am most often willing to help joyously. while no separates me from further action. When I get requests for help I ask myself am I helping them or enabling them to not meet their own needs. I have been sorry for saying yes much more than I have been sorry for saying no. When I say yes I am committed. If I say no and change my mind I have not lost face. I use to hold many a resentment from being taken advantage of. The resentment was not toward the individual that took advantage of me but me for allowing it. Most of the time if I take time to evaluate my decision I tend to make much better decisions.

It is not always easy saying no. Many times I may want to help someone but either it is outside my ability or I feel I am doing them a greater disservice in saying yes than no. Most people will grow exponentially if they are given the chance to find their own way out of their dilemma. When I evaluate my motives I often find that I am brushing my Ego when I say yes. If I say yes, I pray I am able to help someone achieve a goal that is beneficial to their life, business, family or future and they are willing to carry their share of the weight. I will usually make the right choice of yes or no if I continually remember…

Your Life is PERFECT!

PAY ATTENTION!!!

Love,

Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.

Creativity

Are you utilizing your maximum creativity? Are you constantly seeking to bring your best to anything you do? If you are constantly utilizing your maximum creativity you are making yourself irreplaceable. Creativity, according to Dictionary.com is incapable of being replaced, unique, one of a kind. If we don’t spend a significant amount of time praying and meditating to find our true-selves, there is no possible way we can know our true self and if we don’t find our true self we cannot find that creativity that sets us apart from everyone else. It seems we are all trying to find ourselves through comparison, which is anything but unique.

Our individuality is where we will find our ultimate creativity. We were made in the image and likeness of our creator and we must find our inner uniqueness if we are going to be irreplaceable. If I find what our inner perfection is we realize our special purpose, our special talent, our oneness with God and our part in the oneness of the planet. God is the universe and we are all molecules of God. We cannot all be the mind of God. We cannot all be the heart of God. We cannot all be more or less than who God meant us to be in order to create the tapestry God calls life.

I have had sixty jobs, seven careers, and experiences special to me and my life path. My experiences are as creative as my talents and my DNA. I am constantly reviewing my past experiences in order to wring out as many lessons as I can without having to re-experience. Every experience is multi-layered. There are many lessons within each tailored experience.  God is constantly using creativity to help me find my own personal experiences, which unearth my own creativity. If you want to know how to get in touch with your own personal unique self, remember…

Your Life is PERFECT!

PAY ATTENTION!!!

Love,

Dr. Randolph Ek, Mpsy.D.