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Learn How To Be A Cheerleader (no pom poms required)

Are you a cheerleader for other people? Do you cheer them onto victory and feel happy when they achieve success, even if it is something you may want in your own life?

Or does something good happening to someone else feel like something bad happening to you? That if he/she gets what you want, the universe may run out when it’s your turn? Do you fear that there may not be enough good stuff to go around?

In Deepak Chopra’s Creating Abundance: The A-Z Steps to a Richer Life, he suggests that exalting in the success of others is the quickest way to your own success. It feels good to release the fear that their success somehow negatively impacts you; it doesn’t unless your say it does. It is the feelings you hold longest that create the vibration that draws like energy into your life, right? Right.

This week I want to challenge you to cheer other people’s victories, even if you have to fake it ‘til you make it.

Realize that there is more than enough to go around; it’s a scientific fact. The mass of the universe does not change; it just changes form (energy), so there always has been and always will be ample supply. Replace, why them and NOT me with them now, me next!

Focus on your infinite energetic field. When you are in a begrudging, envious state of mind, you are constricted. Constriction blocks your flow of energy just like a dam blocks the flow of water. The higher the wall you build, the more flow you block. You also keep all the negativity within the pool that your dam creates. As the energy continues to stagnate within this confinement, the negativity grows. This is why when you live with constriction, you become like Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh, and it seems that everything that can go wrong, does. The more bitter and jealous you are, the more situations you encounter that make you bitter and jealous.

To stop that negative cycle, if you raise your vibration and energy level to selflessly supporting others, you bring that like energy to you.

Share your thoughts on how treating others ultimately effects how you are treated and your view of the world. If your initial response is to feel threatened by another’s good fortune, are you willing to take a deep breath, release fear, and choose a different way of seeing it? What action steps can you take to bring others in your life to victory and truly celebrate their successes?

I hope you have an amazingly cheer-filled week, and, as always, take care of you.

Love Love Love

Terri

10 Comments

  1. Gimme a T, Gimme an E, Gimme a R, Gimme a R,Gimme an I…….Thanks for the reminder Ter, that someone else’s success, especially if that someone is a friend, is something to celebrate as you travel your path to your own.

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    • You are so right Victor! Enough for all xo

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  2. Thank You, Terri. As always seems to be the case, your message came at precisely the right moment in my life. It was just what I needed to hear, so thank you, thank you, thank you!

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    • YOU are welcome and have been on my mind. Glad it resonated. Love to Meg and babyface xo
      love love love
      terri

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  3. We love Terri Cole and Victor Juhasz!! GO TEAM!!!!

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    • Thanks DJI and Peaches the Buddha Princess!!

      we love you toooooooooooo
      come to NYC soooooooon!
      xo

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  4. Whenever I become a whine and say this, my hubby always reminds me that there are plenty of restaurants open and then I tell myself there are over 7 billion people on this planet. More than enough abundance to go around!!
    Thanks for a great post Terri xx

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    • A wise husband you have my dear! xo

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  5. Thank you Terri for this post! I unfortunately have had this problem with my ‘so called’ best friend. When something really good happened to me last year, all she thought and complained about was that the same thing was not happening to her, as well. Instead of being a cheerleader, she put a lot of pressure on me, bcs i was (and am) happy and my life is fullyfilling, while hers is not quite….she is keeping on with this behaviour, but our friendship has weakened a lot…

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    • I say time for an honest conversation with this pal. Sometimes friends do not realize how self absorbed they are being and if you really love her – might be worth a tough conversation.
      love love love
      terri

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