No Complaining


Complaining about anything holds you in the place of refusing to receive the things you’ve been asking for. Justifying about anything holds you in the place of refusing to let in the very things that you’ve been asking for. Blaming someone holds you in the place of refusing to let in the things that you’ve been asking for. Feeling guilty, feeling angry, it doesn’t matter what you call it; it is a refusal, not a conscious one. You’re asking; you can’t help but ask. The Universe is yielding; it must yield. It’s a big question, folks: why aren’t you letting it in?



A thought to try on today… or this week…  I know habits generally serve us well; others, maybe not anymore, though.

If we believe that attention to something changes its outcome–like someone cheering you on from the sidelines–then what we say and talk about,has an impact. … and leads us further in the direction of our words and thoughts.  Incredible possibilities…

I’m still reading Goddesses Never Age by Christiane Northrup, M.D., and I’m delighted as she applies these more recent understandings of science and medicine and spirituality to our ever-evolving lifetimes!

Have a beautiful week!  Read something that inspires you and talk about it!  (Goddesses Never Age or The No Complaining Rule or playing Grow a Greater You are suggested.)

Blessings, love, and beautiful surprises!  – Anne

About Anne Wondra

I am a muse, writer, cat mom, coach, connector; and author of "Relationship Rules of a Happy Woman." I love Michael and cats, morning walks, sunshine, beaches, art fairs, animals, nature, music, books, beauty, coffee, and laughter; and volunteering at a local humane society. Life-traveling has given me a well-seasoned mix of experience, academics, degrees (religious studies), seminars, and certifications: legal, administrative, parish ministry, human resources, wellness educating, life coaching, and business ownership / entrepreneurship. I am the owner-creator, writer, and founder of WonderSpirit, LLC and All Things Anne Wondra.

Posted on August 16, 2015, in Authors, Empower, Inspire, Writers and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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