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Here’s a special Valentine’s Day thought for you…

In honor of Valentine’s day, we pulled a card from Deborah Weltman’s innovative and motivational card deck:

“A Seeker’s Guide to Internal Paradigm Shift…
75 What if…? Cards
to Guide and Bless Your Day”

Below, Deb asks the question “What if…nothing is wrong throughout your wedding planning? What if every glitch is as it should be?” I completely love this train of thought. By shifting how we think and react to situations, we essentially change our lives for the better.

Enjoy!
Bobette

Here’s a special Valentine’s Day thought for you… 1

 

Consider the possibility… that there is nothing wrong… that all is as it should be…that every seeming “glitch” in your wedding preparations is leading you to something that will work even better! What if you trust this…just for today…and, as a Valentine surprise for your fiancée you are able to enjoy Valentine’s Day as your most relaxed, peaceful, and loving self?

What if…from here on out…through the wedding prep, the actual wedding day, and on into your married life… you adopt this thought: that all struggle/ all difficulty is really opportunity for something better to emerge…or for learning and growth to take place?

What if… you agree to see life’s challenges as bringing you and your future spouse closer? What an amazing relationship you will have! Plus, all the time you would have been investing in non-productive, generic worry can now be harnessed to move you forward… together… into a most loving and enriching relationship!

Happy worry-free Valentine’s Day!

Deborah Weltman

To see more “What if…? Cards” and to purchase your own deck, visit the web-site:
www.whatifcards.com

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Bobette Kyle-Wagner

Friday 24th of February 2012

Yes, all the energy wasted on something you can't change could be used productively on what you *can* change.

Ayal Gul

Friday 24th of February 2012

This is a better thought process to prepare for stressful situations then just getting infuriated about everything.