Living powerfully, what will it take to defy the odds?
Do you live powerfully? If the answer is yes, then I can tell you that you have a strong self-esteem.
What is your self-worth?
And I don’t mean how much you want to make an hour, a day, a week, or a year. What you want has nothing to do with self-worth!
Self-worth also has nothing to do with what you know, what you can do, what other people think you can do or can’t do. Self-worth is how much you think, deep inside, when the chips are down, when life looks hopeless, how much do you think you are worth then? Continue reading “Living powerfully, what will it take to defy the odds?”
Is There Any Healing Modality More Valid Than Others? Do any of them work better?
Though it seems that the healing modality that works for you is the only modality that would work for anyone, the truth is that the modality that works for you is the right healing modality for you and for people that have an affinity to the same modality.
What do I mean by that, and what the heck is healing modality anyway?
Modality, just like when we approach learning, or self expression, has a tendency to choose us: we don’t have much of a choice in them.
In learning we can be auditory, or visual, or kinesthetic: they are learning modalities. Continue reading “Is One healing modality more valid than others?”
The Core Belief of Failure – What is Yours?
The seed level of failure – what is yours?
What is the difference between a failure, a never do well, an underachiever, a disappointment, and the “successful ones” Like Tony Robbins, like T. Harv Eker? Like Wayne Dyer?
Are they smarter? Some of them, but not all.
Are they better looking, harder working, better educated, better connected? Some of them, but not all.
Yet, they are successful… what is the difference? What is the difference, across the board, case after case, maybe in every case? Continue reading “The Core Belief of Failure – What is Yours?”
is the technique of using mental images to realize certain objectives. It can help you achieve success and to accomplish your goals. It is a process that requires creativity, visual images, and a sharp and inventive way of seeing what the finished product, behavior, or result looks. It is a mental strategy, meaning it uses the resources of the mind with creativity to make ambitions come true. Creative visualization can be described as a self-help method which uses your thoughts to manifest what you long for in your own life.
Creative visualization is the strategy of utilizing a person’s capacity for thinking to picture specific behaviors or occasions taking place in a person’s life. It is the art of using mental imagery and a positive emotional relationship to that imagery to produce positive change in your reality. It is a way of utilizing little energy in the moment of constant practicing, to create yourself in harmony with the universe and the object of your desire. It can bring about abundance, happiness, joy, greater performance. The constant visualization re-calibrates your vibration to the level of vibration of what you want, be it material or emotional result. Creative visualization is the approach to attract your real-life goals and dreams and make those a reality. Continue reading “Creative Visualization: Will it work for you?”
Visualization is a tool to accomplish what you want, but it can also be the tool to diagnose what you are not resonating with.
The ultimate clue as to what you can have and hold onto, is to what degree you can visualize, what detail, what variety of images you can have in your “movie”.
This is what vision boards and vision movies use.
As with any other singular method, the results are a mixed bag: about 6% of the users see their vision materialize, some sees some result, most see no result.
Why is that? why is it that a Frank Kern, millionaire marketer, can envision in one afternoon a whole life, with a lot of detail, like the tiles of the bathroom, and a few years later get exactly that, while another person can’t imagine a coherent image, and can’t get results… Continue reading “How Visualization Can Help You Attain Results… and Why It Probably Won’t?”