You wave your magic wand, and bada bing bada bang, a little magic dust, and you have a miracle.
- Or you take a little pill, and you wake up beautiful, slim, sexy, and rich.
- Or you pray that God gives you a miracle
- Or you meditate
- Or you buy that get-rich-quick scheme that promises overnight money with no work at all
- Or you play it over and over in the theater of your mind… You feel it… you appreciate everything… still…
But all these don’t cause a miracle.
No matter how skillfully you wave the wand, or how fancy (and expensive) the little pill is, how passionately you pray… etc. etc. etc.
No. none of them work.
Continue reading “Magic Bullet… How To Make a Miracle”
Watch this video.
The first part, where he brings examples of the sentence: if you tune in deep inside you, you may be able to come up with your sentence, and then you can design your life around it.
That sentence will be your functional expression of your life’s purpose.
Continue reading “Republished: Your Life’s Purpose Can Be Expressed in a Sentence… What’s Your Sentence?”
We live in a culture that wants answers, certainty, security, and abhors uncertainty. We live in a culture that we want instant results… and we act accordingly.
So my work doesn’t appeal to many people, because I am an experimenter.
I ask questions and then I test them… Every question is a theory. A theory that needs to be proven or disproved, if possible.
This, about Tinnitus, won’t be my first experiment that either succeeds or not. Either prove or disprove a theory. (The theory is that a break in your ‘energy body” will show up, to me, a true empath, as a pullable cord, attachment, and if I pull it, the noise in the ear will stop.)
A theory is just that… an idea that may be true. Arguments won’t decide it. Only experiments. Continue reading “This won’t be my first experiment that either succeeds or not. Either prove or disprove a theory.”
I had today, being Sunday, my Sunday call, the one I’ve had for 9 years now.
We’ve spoken about a lot of things. One of them will be of special relevance to you.
That is, why people want to change.
It all came out of both of us watching the first few sessions of the 67 steps, excellent, by the way. But what’s most interesting is that what he is getting out of it, and what I am getting out of those sessions, the 67 steps, are so different: it is hard to believe that we are talking about the same program.
The biggest issue the program brings up is deserving. And I think that is the biggest issue, the biggest missing issue for almost anyone I know, except professional marketers.
Continue reading “How can you get to do what you most love to do for a living?”
I just read an article on the Monday Morning Memo and I cringed. It hit me what bs is being propagated as wisdom.
As you have seen, if you have been with me for more than a week, you would know that I knock the idea of beliefs being important to your success in life. And after reading Roy Williams article, I am also going to start to knock the idea that the why is what’s important.
What am I talking about? What is the why, and why should it matter to you?
Here is what is being taught in the entrepreneur field today: If your why is big enough, you’ll do what you need to do, to succeed.
“They” encourage you to design your business, your communications from your why. Why are you doing what you are doing? What do you want to get out of it? Money? Fame? Love? Power?
Who gives a flying f…ck? Other than you, of course?
Continue reading “Who are you? How do you define yourself?”
I am a lot like you, except not always. I am forceful with the best of them, except I am not always forceful. I can be limp and resigned, like you, except that I am not always limp and resigned.
I have mastered to a large degree the capacity “allowing.”
One of the readers says in a comment: I have been practicing dropping the pen, and yet I find no change in my attitude towards anger that I don’t want.
Dropping is forceful. Surrendering is forceful. Changing is forceful.
Continue reading “What is the capacity that is like a linchpin… if you have it you can enter the kingdom”
You Can’t Get Enough Of What You Don’t Want
Warning: this is a very advanced article. You should probably start with the easier ones if you are here for the first time. OK?
An interesting glitch in the nature of reality is that our driving desire, the answer to our dreams, the one thing that would seem to fix our complaints doesn’t fix anything.
We could say that you can’t fix what’s not broken. and actually it would be a very astute remark.
But if that is the case, that the thing we are trying to fix isn’t broken, why does it seem that, what we most complain about not having, would fix it?
Continue reading “Republished: You Can’t Get Enough Of What You Don’t Want: The Nature Of Reality”