Sacred Commerce by Matthew & Terces Englehart

To date, I have begun to earmark parts of these insightful teachings as I begin to refine them in myself, my work and my job.  I can highly recommend to all of you to access this book and connect to the Englehart’s website.  Together we can effect change in our work environments and our worlds.  I am listing their mantras which can support us as we face the challenges of this work.  Please keep connected.
Sacred Commerce Isms….

  • Lean into the discomfort
  • Nothing is personal, they are not responding to you.
  • Safe is sedative
  • All there is is love, everything else is our resistance to it
  • Emotional adversity is just like the weather, let it move through
  • There is nothing wrong
  • You don’t have complaints, complaints have you
  • What would love do now?
  • What you resist persists
  • Suffering is a call for awakening
  • Everything can be resolved through communication
  • What would it take to restore love now?
  • Are you more committed to being right or to workability?
  • Look at what you have an abundance of now; that is what you are worshiping
  • There are no others.
  • It’s all you.
  • It’s all made up.
  • Whatever experience you are having, you are the one creating it.
  • The present moment is inevitable.
  • If you are not failing often, you are playing too small a game
  • It’s impossible to acknowledge someone too much
  • Just let go of your opinions and everything will be clear.
  • Choose what is.
  • Everything is teaching you something.
  • Knowing keeps you from experiencing.
  • Eveything is working on your behalf.
  • There is nowhere to get, nothing to prove.

There are many of us walking this path.  Blessings.

 

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