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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Brain Games

The brain is amazing. It can shoot thoughts and feelings in a nana second throughout the body in which you react through a slight movement of the hand, a wink of the eye, a furrowed brow or an instant tear. Wow! I haven’t even touched on speech.

When you hear or read sentences your brain process the information and assigns a meaning and feeling to it based on all the experiences, education, upbringing etcetera you’ve had.

The odd thing is it doesn’t pick up negatives. Isn’t’ that interesting? Why wouldn’t it pick up negatives? Perhaps we’re designed to be positive. Let me give you some examples. When a parent says to their teenager, “Don’t drop the dishes,” the brain only picks up the positive version of the sentence. Therefore, the brain interprets it to mean “Do drop the dishes,” which isn’t the intention of the communication. Of course what happens then is the teenager drops the dishes.  The parent yells at the teenager for not listening, “I told you not to drop them.” A better way to say it would have been, “Be careful with the dishes”.

I was reminded of this recently when I saw a sign by a church that said, “Jesus didn’t reject people and neither do we.” Not the message they intended.  A better way to have said it would have been, “Jesus accepts people and so do we”.

The message is this, if people aren’t responding to you perhaps you unintentionally gave a mixed message. You said one thing but the receiver’s brain interpreted it another way. When you clearly state your objective in a positive manner the outcome will be as you intended.

We have so many negatives in our language. Just look back at this post and you’ll see lots of them. It’s a hard habit to break.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Action is a Major Key for Success


Sometimes you just have to do it, no stalling, no excuses, just do it.

When presented with a challenging situation or circumstance it’s not always easy to come up with a plan, think it through or elicit the help you want. If you’re a procrastinator you know what I mean. Some people don’t want to impose on others for help while others are so overwhelmed they just don’t know where to start. Time runs out and you’re forced to take action. NOW! It causes a lot of stress. It doesn’t have to be that way.

It’s not a good situation to be in but it happens. It has happened to all of us particularly when it’s something we don’t want to do. When you don’t know how to proceed or what direction to take you just have to put one foot in front of the other, and bit by bit before you know it it’s done. Another way to say it is “Hit the ball in front of you.”

Take the future college student who’s not sure what to major in. However, he does know that no matter what he chooses he still will have to take English, Biology and Algebra. He takes those classes plus some others and along the way he discovers areas he would like as his major. As he takes even more classes he begins to narrow it down and within a short time what was once a dilemma is now solved. All it took was taking action. Action is a major key for success.

Monday, October 21, 2013

You’re Exposed

You’re Exposed

Well not in the literal sense but in your true self. The way you are in your normal day to day activities as well as how you’d like to be seen. If you’re a flashy or shy person, generous or stingy, outgoing or introvert, barely making it through the day or believe life is a piece of cake.

How? An observant person could catch some of these traits but it would take some time.  There’s a faster and easier way to tell who you are and how you show up in the world. It shows up in two different ways in your hands, yep your hands. One is what you do with them and the other is your blueprint.

Law enforcement will sometimes have someone analyze your handwriting. The hand analysis expert will be able tell, with enough samples, things like your general mood at the time of the writing, whether you’re ill, arrogant, sincere and even if you’re emotionally unstable, plus a host of other traits as well.  Yep it all shows up. Interesting huh! This information is beneficial for wanting to know about a person than what they’re willing to divulge. Business’ have tried to use it for hiring purposes but were legally blocked. From their perspective, it certainly would be good to know if the person you’re thinking about hiring is trust worthy or emotionally unstable. By the way, closing the loops on your letters (a, d, o, and p) indicates you can keep a secret.

The other way to lay bear your true essence is to have your hands read by a palmist. Your hands tell a great deal about who you are and who you want to be. Each hand is different. Check it out for yourself. Cup them a bit and you’ll see some lines more pronounced in one than the other. Your dominate hand indicates what you’re doing with your life while the other hand is the blueprint of what you wish to be. It’s your road map. Ideally both hands should look very similar. It means you would be right on track for what you spiritually came here to do.

Did you really think you were put here on earth without a clue of what you were to do while you’re here? God is smart. Since we’re unable to communicate effectively with the spirit world as our guide, we were given a road map that is literally right in the palm of our hands.

Try it. I recommend going to a reputable palmist to discover your own road map. See if you’re on track or veering off course. She’ll be able to tell you your strengths as well as your weaknesses. Are you wasting your time in your current endeavor or are you on track?

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Life is an ECHO

It’s true. What you send out comes back. What you sow, you reap. What you give, you get. What you see in others exists in you.

It exists in you otherwise you wouldn’t recognize it. That goes for the kindness you see in others as well as the annoying habits.  It’s a hard pill to swallow when you see something you don’t like in others only to turn the table around and see it in yourself. OUCH! Therefore, I always say be careful when you pass judgment on others, call them names or label them.

This type of behavior is very rampant in the political field, the name calling and accusations. They wouldn’t see it unless it existed in them. We have politicians calling each other racist, bigot, or accusing each other of not caring about the elderly, children, environment and the poor when they only need to look in the mirror to see it’s them who don’t care.  Instead of banning together to focus on an area, more time and energy is spent cutting down another person or party. It really does get tiring listening to it all.

There are many ways to refer to the Law of Attraction and echo is just one. What comes around goes around is another one that comes to mind. It’s interesting that these sayings have been around for many years and basically stem from the Bible’s, “What you sow so shall you reap”.  I guess the verbiage had to change with the times.

Remember the message. Life is an echo. It always gets back to you. So give goodness.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Which is More Important, Will or Skill?

Hmm…that’s a tough one.

Skill is definitely more important in certain areas like being a surgeon, technical support or a pilot. When you’re lying on an operating table ready for surgery you certainly want the one with the scalpel to be very skilled. No wrong movements.  The same can be said for someone who fixes the bugs in your computer or the pilot landing the plane.  It’s situations like these where the skill is more important than book knowledge or rapport.

However, what if the doctor or support person doesn’t have the will to do a good job? Their attitude basically is, “Let’s just get this over with.” Does that change your mind on how important will is?

It certainly does for me.  My experience has been that will greatly overcomes any skill deficiency. When someone has the unwavering will to be or do something there isn’t much to deter their efforts. I’ve seen it firsthand.

You can teach people a skill but you can’t teach them the will. That’s something they have to have already. They may not become an ace at the skill but because they have the steadfast will to do a task, they’ll find a way to make it happen by using their resources. 

What’s more important, will or skill? For me, WILL wins out every time.  It’s another way of referring to your spirit.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

GOP Children Should Die

I’m appalled! Recently there were two incidences by two different politicians whereby they wished ill will on other politician’s children simply because they disagreed on the issues. Apparently ONLY people who are of them same mindset has value and deserves kindness, respect and compassion. When you say that you wish ill will on others it makes you no better, and in my opinion, worse than the person you are referring to.

There’s a religious ideology, and some are saying it’s a political ideology, that specifically promotes killing off people who don’t agree with their beliefs. How is what those two politicians said any different?

When you’re upset that someone holds a different viewpoint it’s a sure sign of 1) Insecurity. When you’re confident in your position, you have no need to get emotional about disagreements. 2) Arrogant. You’ve put your ideas and viewpoint above others. It’s more important to be RIGHT than to listen, comprehend and reach consensus. 3) Lack of maturity. In a civilized and free society everyone’s opinion is valued. To dismiss someone’s viewpoint without listening to it is saying their position has no merit or value. Be careful here because what goes around comes around. You reap what you sow therefore, if you want people to listen to and value your input, you MUST also show them the same respect. It’s common courtesy.

One last final note, what you see in others exists in you. It’s true. Be honest with yourself and try it.