Attempting to force our will on another becomes unnecessary once we acknowledge and utilize our freedom in exclusively placing our energy only where it serves us in an optimal manner. I've taken to repeating the mantra, "I require NOTHING!" Okay, full disclosure: sometimes I need to shout it so that it really sinks into my … Continue reading I require NOTHING (from YOU)
I prefer to view my life as some sort of a show or film in perpetual development rather than some irksome idea of reality that's so emphatically forced on us at every turn. Carrie Fisher summed it up: "I don't want life to imitate art. I want life to BE art." Yes. What she said. … Continue reading What’s your time loop lesson?
So you've read Part 1 and in your effort to lose weight, stop drinking, eat healthfully, stop smoking, etc... (fill in your own blank of ANYTHING you want to change) have decided that you're ready to sit in the Space of Want. But how do you start? What will you need? You start with an … Continue reading A magic space- Part 2
What if I told you that there was a space you could visit that would accelerate your weight loss journey? And what if, by merely choosing to sit in this space whenever it availed itself to you, you were not only assisted in your weight loss efforts, but additionally, were led to discontinue habits and … Continue reading A Magic Space: part 1
If you're struggling with the concept of: "I HAVE EVERYTHING I NEED" it may be due to our human tendency to compare what we have in relation to what this, that, or the next person has. We take a look, get out our internal measuring tape or scale and start "working the numbers". We unconsciously … Continue reading Comparing is a waste of energy
I recently confided to a close friend that one of the main reasons for my decision to stop drinking was the realization that it went against the very foundation of my biggest core belief. That belief being the 5 word POWER mantra I'd like you to repeat with me: "I HAVE EVERYTHING I NEED." It's … Continue reading 5 word POWER mantra