Too Much Drama In Your Life?

Oh, all the drama played out daily in our lives.  The stories we spin about what is happening to us or others permeate and consume much energy.  Usually, our stories are not gleeful but rather full of “woo.”  We repeat the same storylines daily and don’t know how to change the headlines.   Where does all this drama come from, and why do we want it?   Does it make us feel more alive?

What heading would aptly describe the drama in your life? For me, the title would be “Just Not Enough Time to Do All That Everyone Wants from Me.”   I feel this particular drama won’t end with a happy ending unless I change the title.

Recently I had a reading with Starr Fuentes, Master Healer, Spiritual Teacher, and Intuitive.  In the past, when I had “psychic” readings, I never truly believed it.  As I get older, I’m more in touch with my intuition, so I think we can all read others’ energy, though some people have fully developed this ability.  I do go to energy healers and readers.

So, what did she tell me?   She gave me several good perceptions of my life, but the one that surprised me was getting rid of my “to-do” list.  I didn’t share anything about myself and my massive “to-do” list.  Look above at my drama headline, and you will see how right this call was for me.

No more making lists.  Intuitively I know she’s right, BUT no more lists.  Don’t think I can do that.   I did go home and deleted many line items off my list — a start.  The drama of my life sits within the line items on my “to-do” list.   I feel burdened by what I perceive needs to be done without the relief of accomplishment.   Mainly because I can’t do it all; I do a lot and then add more things to my list.   The drama goes on.

She further explained that intuitively I know what is important to me.   The more I rely on my ability, the more I make choices that support me and what I have to offer to the Universe.  We all have a well of possibilities that we can offer.   My drama is that it is too much to do, never enough time, and not following through with my “to-do’s” — all take up space within my mind, heart, and spirit and leave less room for me to shine and offer my best.

What does my “to-do” list provide for me?   It keeps me busy.   When I’m working, I’m not thinking about where my life is going, instead just showing up and functioning.  I’m grateful for my ability to perform, yet something is missing because of my busyness.

I’m grateful for her guidance because I know it’s true.   Since I believe there is no such thing as a coincidence, the path I went on to meet her was where I needed to be.

It’s an ongoing journey, and I feel lighter by eliminating items on my list, not checking them, quietly listening, and trusting myself a little more.   That’s the gift.   In every encounter, there is the potential to gain something and give something.

I enjoy drama on the screen and stage, though I want to minimize it from my life.  I prefer joy instead of drama.

Your Thoughts

What about you?  Do you have a story you tell yourself daily that isn’t making you happy?

Women’s Group Topics

When you are in a group where there is trust, sharing, and helping each other, letting go of the drama that doesn’t serve each of you is a gift we give to each other.

Be well,

Pat
“To fully enjoy the ‘richness’ of our lives, we need to stop long enough to visit with ourselves.”
(Pat Brill)

 

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8 thoughts on “Too Much Drama In Your Life?

  1. After reading this post, I finally realize that we need to ready think what type of life actually we want.
    Yes, we need to have ready free time to enjoy the true life.
    Thanks for sharing, have the nice day.

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  3. I’ve found that my life has changed profoundly sine I’ve started caring more about what I think than what others believe I should be doing or believing. My to-do lists cleared up immediately!

    Great post! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Thanks for sharing. I never liked to do list. I feel that if I have a list and don’t get everything done on it, this is going to make me feel bad, so why do I want to do something that is going to make me feel bad about myself. Besides keeping things in your head helps keep the brain alive and thinking. I beleive that people these days are trying to do to much anyway. We need to learn to slow down just little. Kind of stop and smell the roses a little more.

    Debbie

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