…poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau said.
- 1. There are truths that you can only say after having won the right to say them.
- 2. True realism consists in revealing the surprising things that habit keeps covered and prevents us from seeing.
- 3. What the public criticizes in you, cultivate. It is you.
- 4. You should always talk well about yourself! The word spreads around, and in the end, no one remembers where it started.
- 5. We shelter an angel within us. We must be the guardians of that angel.
IF THE ANGEL DECIDES TO COME . . .
‘If the Angel decides to come it will be because you have convinced her, not by tears, but by your humble resolve to be always beginning; to be a beginner.’ ~ Rainer Maria Rilke Continue reading “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”
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…when someone, finally, out of the blue, comes into your life and gives you what you haven’t been able to get from anyone, even though you have been trying and trying and trying… in vain.
And then you feel love. No, I mean LOVE… if I could I would make the letters as big as a house. Love. really.
You see, my soul correction, “Forget Thyself” instructs me to listen to someone smarter than me, so I don’t have to learn everything the hard way, but, of course, listening to the instructions is not part of my soul correction, in fact the opposite of it.
So all my life, all the 72 years, I have been a somewhat dumb person, making mistakes of my own design, all the while hopping for someone I can trust to guide me. Continue reading “I don’t know if you know the feeling…”
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What are good questions to ask of me? tons, actually, but here are a few I just thought off looking at some of the pictures customers send me:
- What is the cause of the bumps/blemishes on my face?
- What is the cause of my bad breath?
- What is the reason I have plaque on my teeth? In my arteries? In my brain?
And the question I want to talk about today is: Continue reading “What to do if you are part of the 70% of humanity who are…”
I have been noticing a strong reluctance of people to find out the truth about themselves.
When they do, they are relieved… so it is before… when they don’t know what’s wrong with them.
There is, there are signals that you are not in perfect alignment with who you would need to be to be happy, to be fulfilled, to be healthy, vigorous, the world is my oyster kind of guy or gal.
And you hate it, because it niggles away on you, like the thought of getting a C diagnosis from a doctor, the diagnosis of almost certain death.
So you procrastinate. Continue reading “I have been noticing a strong reluctance of people to find out the truth about themselves.”
But it’s so “normal” to be a small thinker, that many people think they are big thinkers because they have big pie-in-the-sky desires.
What is a pie-in-the-sky desire? It is an end goal to which there is no ladder and there is no intention to build one.
One of the things I measure in the Starting Point Measurements is the size of your desire vs. the size of your ambition.
People with sky high desire entertain pie in the sky goals.
The easiest “test” to find out is to ask them to do the skill-finder process from the book “What Color is Your ParachutE” that has been published, I guess, for 50 years? OK… I just checked, for 49 years. Continue reading “Small thinking always indicates a small life, small opportunities, low vibration.”
Either everybody counts or nobody counts… this is the principle that makes Michael Connelly’s books so dear to me. Obviously, to me, that labels me as a commie, a Democrat, a lefty… but I really don’t care… It’s your issue, not mine. My job is to be true to my principles.
I like crime novels. Most of them are clean and most of them go into the details that allow me to be forced to ride on the surface, to turn the page too eagerly, but stay on the page I am on: savoring it. Rare to find books like that.
No FOMO, I am where I am supposed to be. No desire to be anywhere else, doing anything other than what I am doing.
Priceless. Continue reading “Does everybody really count, or is that a seductive slogan?”
If you are in business… or even if you are only selling your time/work at a job or freelancing, pricing your merchandise, friendship, advice, companionship, your time, your service is going to be something worth looking at.
A few decades ago I published a magazine. The magazine was free, the income came from advertising.
A girl whom I knew from before, who worked at the same architect’s office I worked, called me and asked if she could trade cleaning my office for advertising. Turns out she was turning tricks…
She came to the office, worked for an hour and expected it to cover the price of a quarter page ad, $200 at the time.
Why? Because that is what she got paid by her johns. lol Continue reading “What is your time worth? What does it have to do with your worth?”
My Sunday calls, a kind of podcast with limited accessibility (paid), used to be called Sunday Rants.
A rant is a loud and extended complaint.
I am a joyfully exuberant person… I stand out wherever I go, some people love me around, others hate me… I make ripples, I ruffle feathers. I am that way. I don’t try to, I don’t have a “what to do to appear exuberant”… Continue reading “If you can’t even SEE a better future…”
If you’ve known me and my work, you know that I talk to something I call Source. I begged it for decades to allow me to do the work for it, and today I get all my knowledge from it.
Our conversations happen on many levels, feelings, premonitions, dreams, stuff showing up when I need to deal with it, and also through things that I initiate: muscle testing yes/no answers.
A few days ago I spent some time, not long, I ran out of intelligent questions. The question I wanted an answer to: who or what are you?
Source said it is physical, even though it has no particles, no shape, no volume, no… whatever would make it physical in my world. And it is sentient. Continue reading “Raise Your Vibration: The Original Design”
An experiment is always successful. It is successful at showing what it shows. Whether you interpret accurately what it shows or not… is up to you. And then what you do with what it suggests is up to you…
“Do not be timid and squeamish about your actions. All life is an experiment.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Considering my life, life is an experiment has been probably the best thing I’ve ever invented for myself. Why? Because it killed 90% of the voices inside that said that I was stupid, that I was a loser, that nobody will ever love me.
I hate learning new things… Why?
Yeah, why would anyone hate learning new things?
What does learning new things means? REALLY REALLY MEAN? About you…. Continue reading “Life is an experiment. Unless you only have good and bad, successful or failure in your vocabulary”