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Monday, November 25, 2013

What Makes That Important?

You are making decisions all day and in the midst of all that, you are always making something more important than something else. Notice that. What are you making more important? Once you figure out what it is, ask yourself why that is. In the process you will learn so much more about yourself that you probably never paid attention to. As Pythagoras said, "Know thyself and you know everything".

Friday, November 22, 2013

You Can See Clearly Now

For thousands of years, we have been taught not to judge - but let's face it, we still do it all the time. The truth is that we all have judgments running in our heads.

If you begin by pointing the finger of blame outward, then the focus isn't on you. You can just let loose and be uncensored. We're often quite sure about what other people need to do, how they should live, whom they should be with. We have 20/20 vision about others, but not about ourselves.

When you do The Work, you see who you are by seeing who you think other people are. Eventually you come to see that everything outside you is a reflection of your own thinking. You’re the storyteller, the projector of all stories, and the world is the projected image of your thoughts.

Since the beginning of time, people have been trying to change the world so that they can be happy. This hasn't ever worked because it approaches the problem backward. What The Work gives us is a way to change the projector - mind - rather than the projected. It's like when there's a piece of lint on a projector's lens. We think there's a flaw on the screen, and we try to change this person and that person, whoever the flaw appears to be on next. But it's futile to try to change the projected images. Once we realize where the lint is, we can clear the lens itself. This is the end of suffering, and the beginning of a little joy in paradise.

Find out more about The Work by Byron Katie in; "Loving What Is".

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

See it, Believe it, Be it


What you want to be eventually, you must be every day. With practice, the quality of your deeds gets down to your soul. - Frank Crane

See yourself doing it. Believe that it can be done. Work on it on a daily basis. If you sway off your course, don't stop, get back on. With each day it becomes part of who you are and you no longer have to think about it. You then have embodied it.

Visualize yourself doing and being what you want to achieve. Notice how you feel when you’re in that place, the energy and heighten excitement that comes with it. Now comes the hardest part, BELIEVE that you belong there. Keep practicing this visualization until it feels normal to be in that space.

Go for it!

Monday, November 18, 2013

Play to Your Strengths

Oftentimes people believe that by working harder on something they're not good at they will somehow become a more complete, successful, and therefore better person. However, the Gallop Poll has proven that the most successful people play to their strengths and find someone or something else to cover for the rest. It makes sense. There is a reason you are good at some things and not others. They came naturally to you therefore you are meant to use them to fulfill your purpose in life. If they are innate and come naturally to you then to succeed in them is effortless for you.

The problem is we don't always recognize our own talents, strengths, and gifts. Sure other people can point them out with ease but we have a hard time recognizing our own gifts. We tend to brush the complements off because either we don't want the attention or it was so easy for us that it doesn't deserve a complement. Think of all the things you have been complemented in your life; those are your talents, strengths, and gifts. Should you brush that off than think of all the people you have come across that aren't good at it.

You will always find someone out there who is better at something than you. However, NO ONE ELSE looks, hears, or feels the same way that you do. Therefore, it is IMPOSSIBLE for someone else to come up with the same way of thinking, doing, or saying something like you will. Long story short, don't be afraid to go for it and say or do it your way.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Money Talks- It Makes You More of Who You Already Are

I don’t get it. There are people who assume that if you become rich or are already rich that you automatically are or will become greedy. I don’t know of anywhere that is depicted more than in movies. The strange thing is producers are typically very rich.   

An increase in money only makes you more of who you are. If you like to travel you’ll travel more. If your hobby is cars you’ll buy more cars. If you like to help out in your community you’ll get to help it out even more.

Case in point, if you won 5 million dollars in the lottery how would you spend it? Most people will take care of themselves, family and spread out from there to fulfill dreams or causes dear to them. Now how is that greedy?

What about the people who are already rich. They’ve already done the above and want to continue to do so by keeping the money flowing. The Law of Attractions is really working for them because every time they GIVE as in spending money, giving to charity or investing they RECEIVE in increased value of investments or someone helping them out. In order to receive you have to give. As Zig Zigler’s famous sayings goes, “You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.”  Rich people can help out a lot of business and industries therefore they keep getting rewarded for it.

Money is neutral. It doesn’t care where it goes, in fact, it wants to be used. What people are really referring to when they say money makes you greedy is Power. The fact is money gives you power. The more money you have the more luxury you have of saying yes or no without much consequence. What some rich people do is use their money to give them more power but that kind of thought is misguided because people have become powerful without money. Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Dali Lama and MLK all come to mind. They weren’t rich but they were very influential in that they could get others to respond to their call to action with just words.

Money isn’t the enemy it’s your friend because you will put to good use, right? It’s the power that can come with it that you have to watch out for.