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Soulbyte for Friday May 10, 2019

Make a plan and stick to it. It’s called discipline, and it’s the only way to really enact the change you so desire, the change you know is so badly needed in your life. Rampant entitlement solves no problems, it only creates more. It is only in curtailing entitlement and in unseating deeply embedded ideas, that you deserve something and are special, that change for the better will begin to take root. Enact change with discipline because it is the right thing to do. Begin with the self, but realize that if you change it will begin to effect everyone around you too. And don’t you want to make an impact in the world around you? Make a plan that will change you, the thing you know most needs to change about yourself right now. It all begins with you. No one else can do it for you. Make a plan and take the first step. And remember, you CAN do it!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Thursday January 25, 2018

It’s transition time! What’s the key to change and transition? For change to take place discipline is required. You can’t have one without the other. Discipline requires will. You can’t have one without the other. Will requires intent and intent requires spirit and when spirit is lacking little happens. Spirit is the inner self who knows, directs, and guides. So when there is lack turn to spirit and find out what’s going on. There may be a very good reason and until you find out what it is difficulties may persist, but spirit knows why. Put your discipline, will, and intent toward finding out what spirit knows. Resolve your inner spiritual difficulties so that outer transition can take place, and then the lasting change you so desire will happen naturally. Free your spirit. That’s the key!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Wednesday January 3, 2018

Discipline, stamina, and hard work are the necessary components of change. A tiny seed lying in the ground must use tremendous force to burst through its casing and make its way through the solid earth, past all the obstacles in its path, if it is to make it to the light of the world. So is it with human beings too. They must muster all their intent to stay focused and disciplined if they are to succeed at changing themselves. There is no easy path, but once on the changing path stamina becomes second nature, discipline its fuel, and the hard work that it takes to achieve a goal becomes like an elixir, sought after for its satisfying effects. A deep sense of gratitude, self-satisfaction, and elation eventually arise. In this case all of it well-earned. Keep on changing! You won’t regret it!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Thursday May 11, 2017

What will I learn today? What steps will I take? What lessons await? Life is an odd mixture of discipline and freedom, of tension and release, of stoicism and the ability to let go. Let each day’s unfolding guide you. Remain aware that extremes are natural, and yet also be aware that discipline should have a touch of softness, that freedom must have an undercurrent of keen awareness if you are to remain cognizant of life’s lessons. For it is not good to so lose touch with the self that one becomes but a cork floating aimlessly upon the great ocean, tossed here and there. Remain open and eager yet aware, at the ready for life yet relaxed enough to let life guide you onward into its flow of energy. Every day offers lessons. What will today bring? Get ready to be part of it all, with awareness at the ready!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne

Soulbyte for Tuesday February 21, 2017

Disciple is the key to moderation. Too many strict rules and there will be resentment and poor adherence and before too long there will be revolt. Far better to come to a mature understanding that a few rules may be necessary but personal discipline and personal responsibility are the cornerstones to establishing moderation and balance. To live a restrictive life only dampens the spirit while too free a life overpowers and harms the body. Far better to get the two in alignment with what is right, giving and containing in moderation, so that both spirit and body live a fulfilling and happy life. In so doing, a certain awareness will prevail, that this is what it means to be at peace within the self. And surely once that is attained, peace will find its way out into the world as well, for as within so without!

-From the Soul Sisters, Jan & Jeanne