Inspiring GREATNESS!
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Life is supposed to be FUN! It can be embraced with thoughts of ease and
goodness ever flowing into your experience. This is the way to have more peace
and joy no matter what presents in your day. I'm certain life has taught you,
just as it has me, that you absolutely can not control another person. The only
human you have full control over is yourself. You can always choose how you will
feel and respond to moment-by-moment experiences. This is extremely useful when
facing discomfort. Discomfort is nothing more than an experience that you will
respond to one way or another. Typically, people react to things as they've
practiced doing for years nevermind poor results. At anytime you have the power
to change this. 

You must align yourself with the type of emotions you desire to feel at the
beginning of each day so you are already suited to handle and benefit from what
follows. Whatever you give your attention to you attract into your experience.
So, if you would like to experience peace, love, joy, abundance you must align
with those vibrations. I'm assuming you are already aware of the fact that
everything physical and non-physical exists as vibrations on a fundamental
level. You, your thoughts, and emotions are all vibrations that holds a specific
frequency based on where your attention is focused. Like vibrations vibe
together. Meaning, your physical being represents the vibrations of your
thoughts and emotions. This acts like a magnet and draws to you people and
experiences that match the vibration you emit.

The good knews is...

You control your personal vibration by your ability to focus your attention
on what is desired. I love living life with ease, so this is why I practice
focusing on ease. When I awaken with ease, I acknowledge it. When I pay bills
with ease, I acknowledge it. When I have ease in my experience with others, I
acknowledge it. When I walk outside and interact with the ease of the
environment and nature, I acknowledge it. As often as presented, I give my
undivided attention to ease. And you know what? I experience ease moment after
moment. Ease-Z living. I love it.

Give it a try. Focus on something that you would like to experience.
Acknowledge this thing everywhere you see and experience it. As you do this,
take note of how much more of it presents in your life. Also, if you find
yourself experiencing discomfort notice where your focused attention has been
and make necessary adjustments to experience what is desired. You'll thank
yourself for this.

Recently, I went into a deep meditation while creating art. I focused on a
particular emotion and its vibration. Do you know which it was? EASE! You're
right. Above I have shared what presented. Meditation art is an excellent way to
focus on desires. It allows the mind to absorb the vibration of desires and at
the same time it allows kreativity to flow. That is what Kreative Inspirations
is all about! Give it a try. I know you'll love it. I did.

Hello. Today I would like to talk about the concept of What feels Good vs.
What doesn't feel good. I was surprised when life revealed to me that this is
all that is ever important in any life experience. I once believed my life's
work was to overcome the many obstacles that present on my way to being
successful. "Successful in what?" I eventually asked myself. Truth has a funny
way of showing up, sometimes, so ask questions you are really ready to have the
answer to.

"Ask and it is given." Many people believe this promise of the creator to be
true theorhetically but don't always live as though it is true. I am raising my
hand because I am guilty of this. Why is this?

The answer in short to why some people live as though they will not receive
what they've asked for, even though they believe in God and the soundness of his
words, is for some reason or another they believe this applies to certain ones
whom they are not. Deep down inside they believe the promise could possibly be
for everyone but them because of other beliefs they have about themselves.

I've never really known what I wanted to be successful in exactly. I believe
I desired to be successful in everything. And I can say, I sure did give it my
best shot. 

I hit the ground running shortly after birth and quickly mastered all of the
infant and toddler milestones. I remember desiring to know how to read, and then
wanting to know how to read cursive writing, to wanting to know how to write
neat print and cursive. I was shown in response to my asking and quickly I
mastered my efforts. I completed HeadStart and Kindergarten both in one school
year and was double promoted to first grade at 5 years old. 

I graduated high school at age 17 after many unpleasant life experiences that
I could have used as excuses to give up on my aim for success. Afterwards, I
enrolled into a top notch University after winning a $1,000 scholarship for an
essay I wrote claiming education to be the key to success and failed my freshman
year. I was placed on academic suspension but my issue had nothing to do with my
ability to do the work. I missed crucial final exams because I didn't know there
wasn't a retake. Keeping an eye on my boyfriend at the time, trying to make sure
he didn't cheat on me was more important. How silly of me, but it's true.

I have always been articulate and I knew how to professionally present
myself, although I was young, so at the end of suspension I petitioned the
school for readmittance and it was granted. I simply told the truth. I was
young, ignorant to the guidelines of final exams, my focus had been distracted,
and I intended to make necessary adjustments to proceed as a successful student.
I did that. In 2001, when I graduated with a BA in Psychology and minor in
Sociology, I was a single mother of two children and without the key to success.
So, I continued my study for a BA in Social Work. 

One year later, during the second semester of my senior year of Social Work,
I faced being threatened to be withdrawn from the Social Work department, the
end of an unsatisfying relationship, knowledge of my mother's terminal illness,
and extremely unpleasant thoughts and emotions about myself. What
? (I go into more details about this in my upcoming book
Looking For Comfort. I'll let you know when it
releases for public share. )

I went from a determined little individual to someone who was utterly afraid
of life and angry with myself for not knowing how to fix all that I perceived to
be broken. I wanted to give up. That's what happen when enough focused attention
is given to What doesn't feel Good. My life felt like crap and it was too much
to clean, so I wanted to be taken away from it. God visited me during this
aching moment in my life and in a way that I could understand he let me know
that I had succeeded in many things and had failed in nothing. There were areas
that I desired success in, which was achievable, only I must continue to live to
experience it. This information that God presented felt much better than my idea
of myself as a failure whom I wanted to escape, so I agreed. I stood with a
fresh perspective of myself and sought out to be successful in living life more
abundantly. Of course, thinking and speaking my desire was more easily done than
experiencing it.

I started personal development and studied all that I could to gain a better
understanding about fear and love and how they play out in life experiences.
During my accute study, I met many spiritual teachers whom I came to believe I
knew personally through the adventures I joined them in that they shared. Iyanla
Vanzant was among them. Her story was so profoundly similar to my own, although
uniquely different. I loved her approach and her achievements in spite of her
once allowing fear to color her life. In my heart a desire formed to one day
meet her in person. (I'm still in expectation of this.) One phrase that
she said during one of her talks that NOW stands out to me is:
"Writing wasn't something I was. It was something I did." Hmmm.

 Success, I once believed, was about doing some great thing. I successfully
accomplished many great things, yet I still felt far away from the success I
desired. I have a tattoo of the Japanese symbol for happiness on my left leg
that represents what I truely desired for my life. I desired to be happy. 

It took several years of communicating with God, through the various mediums
he presented in my life, to understand how to successfully achieve the happiness
I desired. I had to focus on What feels Good vs. What doesn't feel Good. Had I
known this information sooner and been able to apply it to my life in the
earlier 'green' portions I could have experienced happiness and success with
ease. I'm thankful for the way my experiences inspired my understanding to
unfold because I have a beautiful heartfelt story to tell that has a neverending
happy beginning. 

Yesterday, I encountered some members of my family and experienced emotional
discomfort for various reasons. For awhile, as if I didn't know any better, I
gave my focused attention to experiences, thoughts, and emotions that didn't
feel good. They felt so horrible I cried like a wounded child. I was wounded. My
feelings were hurt and at the same time I knew that I understood on a deeper
level what was required of me to feel better on an inner level. I had to
forgive, release, and refocus. 

In order for me to feel good again, as I had before these encounters, I had
to again focus on what felt good. My focus on what didn't feel good, didn't feel
good. And, no matter how much time and energy I gave to discomfort it would
remain as discomfort. I cried like a baby but I know and knew I'm a big girl;
grown and capable of deciding how I will feel in any given moment. Because my
emotions were deeply attached to these relationships with specific family
members, it took a while before I regained spiritual consciousness and control
over my emotions. 

When the successful moment occured, when I acknowledged the fact that people
are people and we are all human and there will be times when our paths cross
unpleasantly and in those moments the ball is in my court, I regained my
personal power. I could have missed the shot at opportunity to embrace love and
greatness or I could slam dunk my emotions into a place untouchable by anything
outside of the truth of all there is. I admitt, I was a little slow on the
family emotional court and but still I succeeded. 

I focused away from what didn't feel good and gave deliberate attention and
intent focus on what felt great. For starters, it felt great to know that I was
back in emotional control of myself. I continued with a list of positive aspects
and thoughts about my family members that felt good. I love my family. I enjoy
spending time with them. I am not their thoughts and emotions relative to me. I
can love them from a distance, as needed, and still be open to embrace
interaction when opportunity presents. I am not alone even though I have minute
emotional access to my family. My mother exists in the non-physical realm but
still physically focused with me in my heart. I can be, do, and have anything I
desire should belief, expectation, and alignment with the truth of all there is
takes place. I am great no matter what I do or don't do. Success has never been
about education or any other physically tangible item. It is about feeling
awesome in any given moment, and that happens simply by decision.

 If you are experiencing something that doesn't feel good relax and know that
this can change and will as soon as you shift your attention to what feels good.
Life is supposed to feel good. When it doesn't it is a mere indicator of our

I wish you unlimited pleasant moments. I love you. Take care.

DeMeitta Wesley
Founder of Kreative Inspirations
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Success results from consistent thought. 
Remember The Little Engine Who Could
“I think I can,” guided him to success. The phenomenon
depicted in the inspiring children’s tale is based on a natural truth. 
You and I are the products of our thoughts. 
Have you been thinking success?  
In what area of your life do you desire to be successful? 
Do you believe you have what it takes to achieve your desire? 
Beliefs shape thoughts. 
Creation takes place when beliefs allow desire to form. 
Creating success is a simple, yet delicate process that can be achieved
with proper focus.  Believe you can have what you desire.  
Act in expression of your belief! 
Move towards the top of the hill like the Little Engine. 
In reality, hills vary according to desire and the owner of the desire. 
The way over is the same. 
We think ourselves into or away from success.
Other people and things outside of one’s self can serve as good company,
but they have little to do with success. 
Success and failure happen through personal thoughts and beliefs. 
It matters not what Bobby and Suzy think about you. 
Your beliefs determine your success. 
It is natural to become disturbed in some manner when we learn the thoughts and
opinions other people have about us. 
Naturally, this is a fruitless expenditure of energy.

Invest in yourself by focusing on what you desire. 
Attach to the process of creating success. 
What you do now will determine later experiences. 
Remain detached from the outcome. 
There is no need to stunt the growth of your success with worry. 
Effortlessly enhance and refine yourself with positive and encouraging thoughts. 
Continue to act out your beliefs.
Commit to consistent movement up the hill. 
The story of The Little Engine Who Could was written to demonstrate and encourage a fact of life. 
Think you can and you will.  
Stop worrying about money, if you are. 
This is easier said than done, you are
probably thinking.  Ah hah! If you think it is easier said than done, without a doubt, it will be. 
I suggest you change your thoughts, first, and then stop worrying about money. 
If adjustments are necessary to achieve this, make them. 
Doing so is an act in the belief you can worry less about money.  

Now, with worry out of the way, you have room in your heart, mind, and soul to create success. 
Would you like to have more money so that you can stop living check to check? 
Create it!

What are your skills and areas of expertise? 
Think in terms of truth and reality with emphasis on what you enjoy doing. 
There may be something that you enjoy doing but need to be updated, like a computer. 
Research can be conducted with the movement of fingertips on a computer keyboard. 
The internet is a creation of world-wide information. 
It can also be a marketplace for the product, information, and service you have to offer. 
Desire and belief will determine success.
If you find yourself in the position many people find themselves in this age of technology and information, wanting to create personal income through the internet but don’t know how, be informed you can. 
There are many programs circulating the net offering this same information for a lower price than their competitor. 
They are examples of what some people have developed as product in the internet marketplace.  
Keep up with your thoughts. 
Refocus on success as needed. 
Use internet time in search of useful tools to propel you towards where it is you would like to go. 
Dedicate yourself to the process while working at a pace that will accommodate you and your aim. 
Have fun during every opportunity presented.  
Focus on consistency over numbers, speaking in terms of financial success.  
Every thought and action from the belief you can have your
is necessary fertilizer for creating success. 
It is unnecessary to worry about the arrival of the flower after a good
seed has been planted in fertile soil and given proper water and light. 
Busy yourself with the rewarding act of planting as many seeds of desire as you will. 
Celebrate your success with congratulations, even if you are the only attendee of the party. 
Each seed of success planted will produce itself in your life. 
Enjoy the experience of success and the exhilarating sensation of creating it.