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Dynamic Tension for Prosperity

Posted By: Randy GageJuly 28, 2017

Here’s the paradox: You’re an imperfect human.  And that’s what makes you perfect.  So how does that all play into prosperity?  Or more specifically, how YOU manifest prosperity in your life? 

A big part of prosperity is being comfortable in your own skin.  Having healthy self-esteem, loving yourself, and getting your needs met.

Another part is gratitude.  Being grateful for who you are and the way you live.  Celebrating the people and circumstances in your life.  Loving others (and yourself) unconditionally.

But here’s the deal…

When you think you’re perfect, your life is perfect, and you’re happily ensconced in your comfort zone – that’s when you’re in trouble.

Because nothing great ever grows in the comfort zone.

So even though you need to love yourself the way you are – you also have to challenge yourself.  To create some dynamic tension, by envisioning things you want to do, have, or become.  Creating a bigger vision for yourself then where you currently reside.

It is that tension – the pull between where you are and where you want to be – that creates constructive dissatisfaction. This is positive dissatisfaction, because it’s not about feeling guilty or unworthy.  It is instead based on the realization that you are capable of, and deserve, more.  And this realization causes you to make the decision to pursue that ideal.

You do more or receive more, by becoming more. It is self-challenge created by self-esteem.

One of the best ways to generate the right amount of dynamic tension in your life, is having people who challenge you in an empowering way to cause this tension.  Which is what we will discuss in the next post…

- RG

P.S.  I’ll be doing a Prosperity TV episode about this topic of dynamic tension next week.  Be sure to subscribe to the channel here: https://www.youtube.com/randygage

6 comments on “Dynamic Tension for Prosperity”

  1. Excelente mi bello Randy... si estoy dispuesta a aprender y actuar dando ese salto cuantico que merezco para mi... siendo consciente y reconociendome en apredizaje

  2. Loving others unconditionally? That's one of those bullshit statements made up by yuppies to make them feel warm and fuzzy inside, much like the statement "quality time". No one love someone else unconditionally. There's always conditions on love. Don't believe me? So, if someone you love "unconditionally" were to cut off your balls, you would still love him or her unconditionally? I don't think so. We all put conditions on the people we love. That is why divorce is so high and so many family members are estranged.

    1. However much I would want to disagree with the above post, the fact is loving people unconditionally is an ideal situation and takes a lot of self belief to accept people as they are without being overtly judgemental about them. It really hurts when people we trust betray us or let us down when we need them.

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  • 6 comments on “Dynamic Tension for Prosperity”

    1. Excelente mi bello Randy... si estoy dispuesta a aprender y actuar dando ese salto cuantico que merezco para mi... siendo consciente y reconociendome en apredizaje

    2. Loving others unconditionally? That's one of those bullshit statements made up by yuppies to make them feel warm and fuzzy inside, much like the statement "quality time". No one love someone else unconditionally. There's always conditions on love. Don't believe me? So, if someone you love "unconditionally" were to cut off your balls, you would still love him or her unconditionally? I don't think so. We all put conditions on the people we love. That is why divorce is so high and so many family members are estranged.

      1. However much I would want to disagree with the above post, the fact is loving people unconditionally is an ideal situation and takes a lot of self belief to accept people as they are without being overtly judgemental about them. It really hurts when people we trust betray us or let us down when we need them.

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