I’ve just read this new book by Neale Donald Walsch called “What God Said.” I am once again awed by the Divine Insight that is provided through the material he provides. When you read it, it can absolutely strike a resonating cord of knowing within you. I have added a link to purchase it in my store. Click Here. I think it is a lovely workbook for understanding more about Who and What WE ARE!
During this time of year, I find that people shift their focus from their usual day-to-day to focus on the events, preparations, and expectations of the holidays. Everyone’s experience is different. Some people actually experience warm and fuzzy joyous times with family and friends; some others long for that holiday “perfection” as family conflicts heighten and work deadlines loom; while some others feel even more lonely and depressed than usual, watching others enjoy the season
Being grateful is so important, that it has its own holiday; ever wonder why? Yes, in this country, early settlers decided to celebrate their harvest with gratitude in hopes it would last them the winter. That’s true and important to celebrate. But there is also a more universal principle at play here. Gratitude is one of those great, powerful, positive emotions that attract more reasons to feel the same—even more gratitude. I suggest here that
Life is busy, isn’t it? There are interesting distractions everywhere. How can you stay on track at work or in any other part of life, when media, interruptions, co-workers, family, errands, phone calls, and eh emmm Facebook and tablets or smart phones beckon us constantly? So, just how can you stay focused at work to finish that project, or at home to spend quality time with your family and friends? Use Segment Intending. Intention,
“I know you think you understand what you thought I said; but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.” ~ Alan Greenspan When you are sharing your thoughts, explaining your position, answering questions, or proposing ideas, don’t you want to be heard and effectively understood? Well, actually, so does everyone else. It seems to be a basic human drive or need to want to be heard and understood.
Ever find yourself in that spot where you want something done; but you just can’t seem to bring yourself to start it? You’re going to do it. You want it completed. You intend to work on it; but find yourself doing everything even anything else first. There’s those calls you want to make, those important client emails to answer, and that big project the boss wants on Friday; but you find yourself reorganizing your
Actually, it is even bigger than that. The quality and success of our life experience is directly dependent upon and related to the quality of the questions we ask ourselves. In order for our questions to be good ones, ones that guide us towards the success we seek, we need to learn to “think consciously.” Notice how we spend a good share of our day on “auto pilot,” just allowing all these 60,000 to
You don’t. — First of all there is no “controlling” thoughts, they just seem to arrive from everywhere. What you see, what concern’s you, what you hear, what you want, what you are afraid of, what your subconscious is concerned about, what the person who passes you on the street is thinking of, (yes, we share thoughts through the unified field); all these things just continuously generate our daily thoughts. They just pop up.
What if I told you that you have NEVER failed once in your whole life—you have just had some successes you didn’t like? Incredulous? Please consider that some things are Truth, whether you choose to believe it or not. The Law of (Deliberate) Creation states: That which you give thought to, and allow to be, is. This is also known as, the power of positive thinking or “what I fear, comes upon me.” I like
There are questions we ask ourselves every day. What am I doing? Why am I here? What does this mean for me? They usually don’t have direct answers. When we ask ourselves, ‘why am I here?’ it doesn’t always literally mean why am I in this specific location. At least part of us is more likely thinking, how did we get to this place, what’s the purpose of being here. People may go their whole