Jun. 10th, 2014

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Your task today, if you're up to it (and as always, no need to say what you've done or whether you've done it), is to take a look at your habits. What do you do a lot of that you don't like, and what's the benefit to you in doing them?

Some of Cameron's examples of obvious bad habits are a little iffy for me, for annoying TMI personal reasons, so I won't post them here. I assume that if you have habits you dislike or that undermine you, you know what they are. Subtler bad habits might include hanging out with people who belittle your dreams, or being willing to take on work that you can't make time for.

If you can, name three of each.

Did you do your morning pages today?
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Julia Cameron, The Artist's Way, p. 62-64:

Answered prayers are scary. They imply responsibility. You asked for it. Now that you've got it, what are you going to do? Why else the cautionary phrase “Watch out for what you pray for; you just might get it”? Answered prayers deliver us back to our own hand. This is not comfortable. We find it easier to accept them as examples of synchronicity:

Some examples follow )
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