The Giving Game – Day 35

554581_10151061345724037_9243533_nSaying yes to life

To get what you want, you will have to change. If you stay as you are, you will go on receiving what you have now. Change is one of the greatest blessings on earth, yet it is fear of change, or fear of the unknown, which most commonly blocks us. But to grow and reach our higher goals we must change.

Fear of the next step is at the core of all problems.  Since most of your problems have the purpose of delaying your next step in order to protect you from your fear.

When you take the next step it resolves the problem you are facing now.  So it takes our trust to step forward, not knowing what the next step is, but reminding ourselves it will be better. The ‘next step’ is being open to change, saying ‘yes’ to life. When this happens, life actually will change around us.  If we regard our major problems as fear of taking the next developmental step in life, we can then focus on the real issue rather than its numerous and confusing symptoms.





(Discussion with reference to lessons: “Transformation” Day 19; “Opening Narration” Day 17Byron Katie “Loving What Is” Day 21)


Sit quietly and close your eyes. Imagine the next step awaits you and you can say ‘yes’ to it, ‘yes’ to change. You don’t have to figure out what it is, or how to do it. All you have to do is want it, be willing for it to happen, knowing it will be better and further forward than where you are now. Take one step at a time. Say YES to the next step.

Don’t forget – You can come back and do these lessons any time! Just do whatever appeals to you each day!
8 Steps to Prosperity and Happiness#7  PROBLEMS ARE YOUR FRIENDS
Why do some people succeed and not others? Just like the sun shining impartially on everyone, imprints works infallibly, even if you don’t understand why.Everyone has problems – and those problems are there to assist you.  So love and embrace your problems! They are your friends. It doesn’t matter what imprints you grew up with, you are learning how to create new and powerful imprints – all you have to do is take action – like the Coffee Meditation!“Problems are your friends because they let you know where your problems are.” ~ Khen Rinpoche.

Your Things-To-Do List

1.         Write 3 actual (or potential) problems coming up.
2.        Follow this rule:  “If something is happening to you that you don’t like – stop doing it to others.” ~ Jey Rinpoche (1357-1419) Teacher of the first Dalai Lama.

TDC Problems & Solutions





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