ACIM for Work Life: Fear is Always a Sign of Strain

When you are asked to do what you don’t like, you will feel drained, tired and listless, aren’t you? Your mother asks you to clean up your room, you are irritated. You grumble, you make a fuss and you just push everything into an over-loaded drawer. Slam it shut and whine. You hated it.

You are stuck in your job as a Secretary when your heart screams for a piano.  Your mum wants you to play the violin, but all you want to play is football. You are a CEO of a firm but all you want is to take a time off to participate in a cooking contest.  You drag your feet to work because you have a family of five to feed, you said.  What are you afraid of? What is the fear that holds you back from living the life you want?

Have you met with people who are constantly happy?  They come to work bright and sunny everyday. They smile a lot.  Many times you wondered why are they so happy, why are they smiling? Joy is always infectious. You have that piece of joy in you too, that’s why you remember how joy feels like. When you come across someone who shows you what joy looks like, you want that joy too. When you decide to show up in life doing what you love and loving what you do, you will experience lightness.

This 10 part series is facilitated by Tham Chee Wah. He is a Lifestyle Designer, a Corporate Writer and a Master of Ceremonies. He has spoken to more than 30,000 people in many prestigious convention centers. He was a feature writer for Sin Chew Jit Poh and many publications including Astro V-Mag. He re-defined retirement when he was 23, starting a business, and get to fulfill his dream of traveling the world. He creates a lifestyle where he turns passion into a business.

In 2001, he joined the Novitiate Program as a Buddhist monk with the objective to understand the balance of body, mind and soul. A few years later, he came across A Course In Miracles, read two pages of the text each day and practiced the 365 lessons from the Workbook for student. One day, two pages and one lesson. After one year of completing the Course, he started from page one again. He continues to read the Course regularly since 2005. By request, he starts to share the principles from the book and practices its philosophy of right-mindedness thinking. Opportunities knocked. Doors opened. Miraculously, life flourished.

He is the author of the book Invite Freedom Home. In this debut effort, Chee Wah takes you through his journeys from his hometown in Malaysia to the lost civilization of the Incas in Peru; from the ruins of Angkor Temples in Cambodia to the sacred Mount Sinai in Egypt, from the revered Buddha’s birthplace in Nepal to the romantic backwaters of Kerala in Southern India, he relates his magical adventures traveling with the Power of Creation.
Learn the four steps to creating New Thoughts to invite freedom home, once again!