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Why I don’t focus on competition

For me, creativity requires relentless commitment to maintaining vibrational purity.

I don’t focus on competition because doing so tempts me to RE-act and I don’t want anything that emerges from my creative process to be influenced by the energy of RE-activity.

I want everything I do to be a reflection of what resonates with me, not of what I think I need to do in order to defeat someone who I’ve labeled a “threat.”

I can’t do anything about those who intend to copy me, cheat me, challenge me, or compete with me, but I can always, under all conditions, keep my fires burning by focusing resolutely on that which I adore.

I am the greatest “me” there ever was and ever shall be. If there were a Hall of Fame for “me”, I would be the only inductee.

So, I do not bother myself with the thought of anyone who may try to be me or beat me.

I simply keep my attention attuned with that which is true in me and, by the power of that alignment, I freely manifest everything that was meant to flow through me.

This process has nothing to do with competition. It has everything to do with the letting go of my own resistance and the joyful allowing of the well-being which is akin to my nature.

If focusing on your competition makes you happier and more successful, then focus to your heart’s delight.

This is simply TK’s two cents.

Cheers,

T.K. Coleman

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