The Alphabet Circle

Introduction to The Alphabet Circle™ -Life is Journey

The Alphabet Circle™-Life is a Journey postulates, life happens and it happens for the best of us. Join me on this best life journey where we live in the present moment and at a higher level of consciousness. The Alphabet Circle Journey is about relationships and how they come and go from your Alphabet Circle. Every relationship shows up to help you achieve something on your way to your purpose and when its mission is complete it leaves. In this Best Life concept we do not get upset because we understand that every relationship is finite.

Watch the video and leave me a comment.

Life as A Bunch of Banana

Life as a Banana

A Bunch of Banana

Life as a bunch of banana sounds crazy, but it is very sane. Do you know your life should be like a banana?  You ask why? See, a banana never grows as a finger or one banana, all by itself. It grows as a bunch of bananas.  And this bunch is made up of hands of bananas. You buy a hand of ripe bananas in the grocery store. Yes, even this hand of banana, though by itself at the time you bought it, is still with other fingers of banana. Yes, the fingers make up the hand just like it is on your hand.

What does the bunch banana concept means

What does this mean? Life was not meant to  lived with you,  by yourself. Just like the banana’s DNA being programmed to grow as a bunch, you were meant to be with and interact with other humans like yourself. This is what brings a human being to life. Being in relationships with others.

What should you Do

Find you some other fingers and hands, and grow into a bunch of humans, just like the banana.  If you think about it, there are some other folks on this planet that can co-exist in a relationship with you. Find them and share your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Have a cup of coffee together. Think about what it is you like to do and find others who like to do the same.  Join a meetup group as it can change your life.

Your Takeaway

What am I saying to you? Life is about fostering relationships. Think of yourself as and get you a bunch of interactions because this is good for your mental health. You don’t need to be alone because you don’t have to. You can be just like a bunch of  banana, especially as we approach this Christmas season. Spend some time with others and see how it brightens up your perspective.

Is Your Expectation Destroying You?

What is your expectation of your friend, co-worker, child or parents?  Expectation plays a big part in any relationship and can sometimes destroy them, if we are not careful. In any relationship, we expect, whether we aware are or not, we do. We expect a particular behavior from folks with whom we interact. It could be a colleague or even a child, and the interaction can be verbal or non-verbal.

What Happens When Our Expectation is not Met

We get disappointment when others do not meet our  expectations. And so I ask;

  1.  Is that fair to you or the other person?
  2. How open are you to embrace others when they show up (manifests) as who they are in the experience?
  3. Why do we get mad when people show up in their experience as themselves?

What If We are Open to Being Present

Now, let’s focus on being open, which requires us to Be Present in the experience, there will be no disappointment. In this space, we are not judgmental, and ego plays no part in the experience because we are consciously aware of being present. Having this backdrop, how open are you to children showing up with their scars and wounds in their experiences without any judgment? But simply an appreciation for the whole organic human showing up.

We Expect of Everyone

First, I’ll focus on kids. As a teacher or parent, how often are you open to a child when he/she manifests who they are? We get shocked because society says the child should behave in a particular way, or the school rules say the child should show up as “something” they can recognize. Children, like adults are humans with scars that they carry as well as  battle wounds. The problem is  we expectation our children to be  the standard norm.  How many of our children are that?  How many of our adults are the standard norm?

Second, let’s talk about grown-ups. As Broken or Wounded children we grow up into the said adults. We transfer the experience  into the adult space such as a job. See, its a vicious cycle and until we address the wounds we cannot think about a resolve for these humans.

No one would not try to have an in-depth conversation with a sick person. You would wait until that person heals before doing that. Same here. We must address the wounds and get them healed, and we must recognize that the scars represent the history of the human.  Be cognizant, Be aware and that’s a good start. Allow them to show up and be who they are right now. It’s OK.

Your thoughts? Leave me a comment.

Life Gave Me Lemons and Guess What I Did?

Life gave me lemons! I pondered what it meant for my life. Why, Oh Why, I asked. With no time to loose, I  rolled up my sleeves  and reminded myself, I was on my  Alphabet Circle Journey™ and living my best life. Life had presented lemons, now what happens? You see, lemons can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your perspective.  I chose not to see lemon as the old car that was bought and the engine would not start. No way! My engine had to start. Life gave me lemons, but I was going to do something positive with it.

My Lemons Made Tea

I made hot lemon teaWith a winning mindset, I decided to make lemon tea, as I am very fond of hot teas. You see, raised in a system conquered by the English, hot tea became a part of who I am.  Into a teapot of boiling water, I squeezed my lemons after rolling them on the table with the palm of my hands, so as to make sure all the juice would be extracted. Tea represents for me, something beautiful and good. It represents, good morning! The beauty of new dawn  with great anticipation of the sun coming soon upon the horizon. Life gave me lemons and now I have tea.

Why I Made Lemonade with my Lemons

As the days rolled on, I grew thirsty. I needed to get a cold drink to quench such a thirst. Well, I had lemons and lots of them. I resorted to what I know very well to do. I made a nice tart drink of Lemonade. Not just a glass but a jug of it. Because I had so many lemons that this life had thrown at me, I could afford to splurge on the lemonade, and I made the best of it. I made sweetened and unsweetened so as to submit to my taste buds. So, here I was having hot and or cold lemonade depending on which was my preference at the time of drinking. I learned to love this lemonade because I knew it was my answer to my situation. My lemons became lemonade and I loved it. I change what could have been a bad situation with action. What have you done with your lemons?

Life gave me lemons and I made lemonade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Life is a Magnet

Your life is a magnet. Yes, it is. You may not have thought of your life in this way, but it attracts and repels. Yes, this is what a magnet does. We learn in physics that magnetism is;

“a physical phenomenon produced by the motion of electric charge, resulting in attractive and repulsive forces between objects.”

Well, this is precisely what happens in your personal space. The people who need to be in your life will be attracted to your life, and the people who do not belong in your life will be repelled. You ask, how is that possible? There is a part of you call your soul, and this thing is smart by design. Your soul searches out the other person and gives you a feeling or sensation about that individual.  The soul examines the aura of the person.

What you need to know is to be aware that your life is a magnet and it carries out its job to attract or discharge folks. Sometimes without you consciously knowing. When we live on  The Alphabet Circle Journey, we learn that our awareness is heightened and we are in tune with our souls. We embrace those who show up, and we accept those who have been repelled.

So, how do you deal with the magnet of your life? You pay attention. You embrace your highs and your lows. Know that all things happen in your life for a reason. Don’t panic when things happen. Folks in your life will either stay, embrace you or help you or they will move on. Both options are necessary for your growth.

Leave me a comment to let me know about your magnet experience.

B is to Breathe and De-stress

 

In this video, Dr. Maxine Wright talks about the Breathe Phase of the Alphabet Circle Journey. She explains that this is your life and when you Breathe, you stay present in your life. Being Present in a relationship helps you to think, get the benefits and enjoy. B-R-E-A-T-H-E

Believe
Relationships
Enter the
Alphabet Circle
To
Help You
Endure

We Create with our thoughts and thus, the Universe returns what we Breathe into it. Breathe so you are composed and able to focus and relax. No more stress. No more drama. Show up for the experience and get the lesson.

#Breathe #AlphabetCircleJourney #stress #relationships, #Bestlife  

Book Trailer_ The Alphabet Circle Journey

According to author and scientist Maxine Wright-Walters, Ph.D., most relationships will eventually come to an end. In her new book, “The Alphabet Circle Journey: Living Your Best Life” (published by Balboa Press), Wright-Walters draws a parallel between the laws of chemistry and human relationships to offer her theory on how and why relationships form and for what reasons they end. The book is available for purchase at Amazon

She contends that one must understand and come to terms with the cycle of relationships in order to enjoy a peaceful, fulfilling life. Starting each chapter with a letter of the alphabet, Wright-Walters uses metaphors to help readers understand human behavior. “The Alphabet Circle Journey” provides readers with insights into developing the skills to understand the specific reasons for the end of relationships. And, it offers tools for accepting when relationships come to an end.

The author also shares anecdotes to bring to life the tools presented in the book. “Life is about relationships, and all relationships have a time period on them,” says Wright-Walters.

“No one knows the time, but know that relationships form and end for a reason. When a relationship ends, the individual needs to reflect on the challenges that the relationship presented to them as a lesson to learn and grow from. This will ensure that each one can live an exciting life and learn from the interactions on his or her own journey.”