“I can feel free in being human! Be attached! Be as human as you can be, how freeing is that. I’m here on earth for this period of time, be mad, be human, be all the things you just are in the moment. Not having all these rules and regulations, like “don’t get attached”. The universe unfolds anyway, who cares whether Wendi gets attached or mad at her kids or husband. In that freedom, in being allowed to do that, things are taking their course anyway, I dont’ have any freaking control. – Wendi Saggese
Feel the sense of freedom in this conversation when Wendi & Steph talk about “feeling free in being human”.
It’s about being human in all it’s glory. It’s great to have awareness. This understanding has given me such a deeper understanding of where my experience and other people’s experience is coming from and I defenitely experience more understanding and compassion for other people. And I love having the full human experience, that involves getting caught up as well. The cherry on the cake is understanding what that is. You still get angry, you still get frustrated, and at some point you see where that comes from, and it is thought. – Steph Wilson
Enjoy this short video with Wendi Saggese sharing her story of having an attachment to moving & buying a specific house, pushing her agenda onto her husband and then observing her feelings of being upset with her husband for not getting what she wants. Watch as Wendi shares how letting go of her attachments to the house allowed other solutions to come in.
“I tend to override what everybody wants to do and push my way into what is best for the family. During the period of time I thought I wasn’t getting what I’m wanting, I was sure I was missing out on something. However it’s your thinking that gives you this experience to begin with. If you settle down it’s so interesting to see that there are other possibilities for getting that feeling that you’re wanting.” – Wendi Saggese
“My life hasn’t unfolded the way I pictured it to be, yet it’s perfect. – Ildiko Allen
Join Ildiko & Kaye in this episode as they explore:
– The difference of trying to make life happen vs. life unfolding
– Seeing where our experience and well being comes from
– Realising the light in ourselves and others
“The minute we’ve got expectations on somebody else, how they should behave, think, feel or act, we’re not trusting that they’ve got their own wisdom, that they’ve got everything that they need as well.”
“Wow, isn’t it amazing with real estate I always know it’s going to work out, I just know that whatever is going to happen is going to happen. It’s not that I want a particular outcome, I just have a deep knowing it’s all going to be fine. I never panic, I never worry. So I started thinking wouldn’t it be amazing if all my life, if every part of my life, I could have no thinking around and it went as smooth as with real estate, because that’s possible.” – Anna Debenham
In this episode Anna shares her and her husband’s recent experience of bidding for a house and piece of land, and the external circumstances which flew in different directions. She shares her magical almost dreamlike like journey of how those events have unfolded with no thinking around the outcome but just going along for the ride, showing up and joining the game of life, seeing what naturally wants to unfold. Anna shares how much she enjoyed the freedom she experienced along this journey, feeling excitement at so called good news and then feeling neutral when so called bad news came their way; not giving any of these events much meaning.
“When we’re not in the driving seat, life just happens, we jump on a train that’s already moving, not being in control of what’s going to happen but simply coming along for the ride.”
“I spent so much of my life not feeling okay, not feeling good enough, not feeling clever enough, feeling I needed something outside of myself. Now I know when I’m free from my limitations of my own thinking, I’m okay” – Anna Debenham
Join Anna as she reflects back on her recent move to Portland, leaving work, selling her flat, packing her stuff and starting fresh again. Anna shares how having an understanding of the Three Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness has helped her in how much of her thinking she took seriously throughout this transitioning process.
“The thoughts that I know so well aren’t generally helpful and are conditioned. They feel like a broken record. They dampen my spirit, and there’s no space to think outside those thoughts.”