My husband and I are enjoying a vacation at a beautiful, somewhat isolated ski resort at the very start of their summer season. It’s a time share exchange: comfortable room, tiny kitchen space with a microwave and mini-refrigerator.
Our usual vacation pattern is to enjoy one meal a day at a restaurant and to prepare our own food at breakfast and lunch or dinner. We usually sample various local food sources.
Here, our choices are very limited. There are only one or two restaurants open for any meal at the resort and meals cost about double what we normally pay! The prices at the small grocery store are equally high.
We can easily manage the extra cost. My struggle is with my own value system.
My depression era parents instilled a belief that I should spend money thoughtfully and get the best possible value each dollar spent. Now, each time I look at a menu I hear echoes of judgement in my own mind.
The Logosynthesis sentences taught in this book help me remove energy from these judgements and accept the reason for the high prices. However, when we drove 10 miles down the canyon to the nearest town, I noticed how much more comfortable I felt eating wonderful Indian food at an ordinary restaurant.
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