“No” has become a catch cry of the last decade. Look at books with titles: “Say No”, “Set your Boundaries”, “Don’t Let People Walk All Over You”, “Saying No is an Art” and so on.
Negative and toxic people say no. It’s far easier to say no than accept responsibility for your feelings and work to change what resistance is inside of you.
Critical and judgemental people don’t take ownership of their actions or their feelings. These type of people like to say NO or don’t divulge the truth about their feelings and actions. They say no to life, no to chances, no to fun, no to opportunities. When people say “no”, it means they are draining their energy because no means stopping the flow of energy and it stops the exchange of energy that occurs with yourself and other people. It means the person saying “No” has tapped into the feeling of lack within themselves: the feeling that there isn’t enough time, money, goodness etc.
What have you been resisting?
What barriers have you created?
How can you harness the power of “Yes”?
With love, kindness and compassion,
Grandmaster Issam Kadamani
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Grandmaster Issam Kadamani MSCD M. IMM (Aust) M. NMI (Aust) Alumni USA, Reiki & Sekhem Master, Ajna™ Grandmaster is the Principal at The International College of Meditation & Healing. His focus is to empower you so that you can live your life to the fullest, with unconditional love and joy.
For the last 35 years Grandmaster Issam has taught around the world, and is now based in Melbourne teaching courses and providing transformational healing, counselling and spiritual mentoring to people who are looking to learn a happier way of living.
The International College of Meditation & Healing is here to assist you to find yourself and to reconnect; to find genuine, real and lasting happiness. Book in for one of our courses, a counselling or healing session with Grandmaster Issam, or come along to our weekly Gaining Freedom by Changing Your Mindset (Metaphysics Class).