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Save your piece of your mind

Don’t trade your peace of mind for the opportunity to give someone else a piece of your mind.

I’m not referring to what some label “being the bigger person” or “walking in integrity.”

I’m addressing this matter as a pragmatist.

The bit of advice I’m offering you can save you the very time and energy that you’ll need to create the life you truly deserve.

If someone is “ignorant” enough to tempt you to give them a piece of your mind, what are the chances that they will all of sudden become “smart” enough to intelligently receive your admonishment?

Besides, making someone else feel bad is not a substitute for making yourself feel good. And having the last word often comes at the expense of having the last laugh.

Your power does not come from the ability to put another person in their “proper place” by making them feel small. Your power lies in the ability to turn your thoughts in a direction that keeps you connected to the creative energy of your inner joy.

If you ever find yourself unplugging from your bliss in order to “teach someone a lesson”, remember this:

The greatest lesson you can teach is one that demonstrates, through personal example, that we are each the creators of our own reality and that no one has the power to deny our experience of well-being.

When we make up our minds to consistently think on a higher plane, the people we encounter will naturally gravitate to their “proper place” without us having to deal with the stress of trying to put them there.

Put your thoughts in their proper place and everything else will take care of itself.

That’s my two cents.


T.K. Coleman

This Post Has 11 Comments
  1. wow. thank you. that is powerful. but what I’d like to know is how you seem to be inside my psyche, inside my head and reading my energy / mind? your post is right on point for me. again. So like have we met before or what?! 🙂

    1. Haha! That’s awesome. Well, we are part of the same vibrational family since we spend so much time in the vortex. Perhaps that’s the reason, eh? Cheers 🙂

    1. Haha! I think this issue has been going around like spring fever, coach. Lol. Well, I hope I helped in some way. You’re such a bright light for a lot of us.

  2. Arrrrggghhh TK, your piece is so timely! I’ve been ‘not responding’ to someone for two days now and its eating me up! Because thís person is manipulative etc… and he is using the law to feck me over one and manipulate mé! (ex…) and I knów that there is no way(!) that I can make him see the error of his way. I’m absolutely positive that hé thinks its the right way. But everything in his right way, is wróng for mé! And I so wanne tell him off! I knów that this will not help me (will probably help hím >.>) but I find it takes A LOT of effort not to X(. Because.. well…. He IS wrong ánd manipulative. Ugh… Divorce, its the worst 🙁
    Thank you TK for sticking to your toughminded optimism. I need to be tough as well in my optimism!

    1. That sounds like a tough one, my friend. Especially when the other party just “knows” they are right inside of their own heads. Experience has taught me that it’s a lot less stressful when I let go of trying to change such folks. Stay the course though, buddy. Do what you have to do to protect yourself (to the best that you can) and don’t let anybody get inside of your head. Much love!

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