Saturday, October 31, 2015

Temptation


Temptation is a tease. 

Photograph by Giuseppe Bovo
We are surrounded by temptation. It's a seductive head's up that brings insights or drives us to ignore the common sense of self-respect. The more you notice temptation, the more demanding it gets.The impulse is to jump to conclusions or squander the future.

Temptation creates illusions. The opportunity to lose weight, have a great love affair or start over, can be heightened or destroyed by temptation.  Don't gamble against self-respect. 

Self-respect is sensual thinking in tune with what is genuine in the moment. Thinking sensually highlights the sensation of iconic values like love, loyalty and justice that satisfy soul passions. Be sensual. Resist temptation that makes you feel bad about yourself.

Temptation rushes timing and as a result, opportunities collapse. Thinking sensually naturally renews your rhythm and perspective with the big picture. Temptation highlights desires that are fleeting. A sensual insight to temptation reveals intrinsic timing to achieve happiness, satisfaction or a dream

Thinking sensually, we hear an intuitive call-out to be loyal to soul passions that are the foundation for happiness. Through what we sense, we can stay in-tune with the momentum of living. Doing the right thing is timing that brings peace of mind. 

Timing and honesty are more powerful and important than temptation. Noticing what you sense is how to keep in-tune with timing and your heart . When we adapt our desires to timing, anything is possible. When a struggle with desire is a battle with timing, we forget enduring priorities.

Notice what you sense. Think with your eyes, listen with your heart. Respond to temptation with an open mind guided by courage, dignity and curiosity. When you feel temptation, talk less and sense more. Take the challenge to overcome resistance to re-think or have to re-learn what appear to be facts. Ask yourself, what are you doing today that's accepting a reality that doesn't exist?

Question the tease of temptation. Think with your senses and feel with your mind by noticing what you notice.  Consider your insights and timing. Trust temptation that takes you to your highest potential. 

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