#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2005

On a Lighter Note

Bernice, the Yorkie, is sitting on my lap as I write this, at my kitchen table, still in my robe and pjs. She’s playing me like a fiddle. The cats, Cha Cha and Jitterbug, just got into a swatting hissy fit by the screen door–they want to go outside, and I guess it just seems natural to blame each other because they can’t. Cha Cha has gone over the wall twice, and gotten herself thrown back into the pokey. She doesn’t understand that there are coyotes and hawks out there, looking to score a tasty morsel like her. She just

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Very Good News!

It should have been obvious, but I was thunderstruck when this insight came out in my personal journal.

The pain-body has a counterpart! The Next Best You is that counterpart. It stands a step closer to the Real You, which is the true source and heartbeat of your life.

If there’s fear, anxiety, resentment, frustration, the pain-body is mounting an assault. Sidestep it by moving into the NBY. Things will look very different from there.

Should you believe this just because I said so? Absolutely not! You will only understand if you experience the phenomenon yourself.

Try it.

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Cattle drives rarely went more than ten or twelve miles a day, as the cattle had to be given time to rest and graze. A drive from Texas to Montana could take up to five months.

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