Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Has it really been four months?

Here it is almost the end of January. My mind has not caught up yet. I still feel like I'm in September. Last year was an amazing personal growth year for me. Not only did I become a certified life coach but in Oct. I also became certified One Command (R) practitioner. I discovered this brilliant and simple process in the spring of 2008 and found benefit from it and liked it so much I chose to become a practitioner and incorproate it into my coaching business. Although I can also do stand alone (one off) sessions. For more info visit my website.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

I think that it was Tony Robbins who said that the key to success was in taking massive action toward your goals.

Not just a little bit of action. Massive Action.

Abraham-Hicks and others teach that it’s your vibration, not your action, that makes the difference.

So who’s right?

Well, I think they both just depends on how you are looking at it.

As humans, we are naturally action oriented. We DO things.

I believe we are co-creators (with God/Source), and our vibration both causes and comes from that creation.

There’s a saying out there - “Fake it until you make it.” There's a lot of truth to this. It helps get you in the vibration.

All creation begins with a thought. Before a building is built, it’s mapped out on paper. Before a car is built, it’s designed. Before a book is written, it’s outlined. Even before a meeting starts, an agenda is created.

We can do the same thing with our lives.

The plan, the design, is where we get into the vibration of our creation. We see it, we feel it, we bring it into existence in our minds.

But then, in order to bring our creation from our minds and into the physical world, we take action - and the more massive that action is, the more quickly the manifestation will happen.

Sometimes, in our day to day experience, we feel like we just don’t know what to take action on, what to create, what to DO.

I always say "Just do something...anything that you think will lead you in the direction you desire to go."

For instance... say one of your goals is to get the dishes done. You can sit around and try to get yourself into the vibration of a person who has gotten the dishes done. Or you can just DO the dishes.

But sometimes it’s hard to motivate ourselves to do the dishes. How do we do that?

One way is to think from the end result. Think about how nice and clean your kitchen will be, etc. Sometimes, that’s enough to motivate. But not always. Sometimes it takes discipline and commitment to just set aside the time and just do it. One dish at a time.

OK, just walk over to the sink.

Now pick up a dish.

Clean off the major gunk, and put it in the dishwasher.

Now pick up another one.

Clean off the gunk and put it in the dishwasher.

Lather, Rinse, Repeat.

Suddenly, you're in the “vibration” of doing the dishes.

And eventually, as long as you keep taking the action, the dishes will be done.

Sometimes, the action creates our vibration which will motivate us to continue, and sometimes the vibration is already there, spurring us on to take the action.

And it doesn’t really matter who’s right, or which came first.

Contemplation alone never got the dishes done.


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Saturday, August 29, 2009

The Key to Happiness?

People often ask "What is the key to happiness?" when really I think it is joy they are seeking. I think happiness is the wrong word here. What we really desire is joy. The difference? Happiness is fleeting and usually comes from external things. I can buy a puppy and watch it play with toys and that makes me happy. But for how long? I can watch a sit-com on TV and that makes me happy. But for how long? Joy comes more from within and is more everlasting. And for me a feeling of connection with God and everyone/thing (God-made not man-made things) on this planet. And joy also comes from doing what one ENjoys in life in connection with our divine gifts/passion/purpose. It also comes from being balanced emotionally, spiritually, and psycholically.


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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Catching up....

Wow, I can't believe it's been since January that I wrote my last post. Life's been keeping me busy but I don't like to make excuses. My goal was to post on my blog every week. Maybe I better be happy if I just do it once a month. Sometimes I get writer's block as well.

A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit the Columbia river which divides Washington from Oregon. The weather was perfect. I love this area of the state and got to see a few more sights than I did last time. There is Vista House on the Oregon side. Beautiful views from here. Next is Panther Creek falls north of Carson on the Washington side of the Columbia. And then gorgeous Mt Hood.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Do You Reap What You Sow?

From Galations 6:7 it says, "Do not be mislead: God is not one to be mocked. For whatever a man is sowing, this he will also reap." But do we REALLY reap exactly what we sow? I can't remember where now but some time ago I read something on this that gave me a different perspective. It had to do with the fact that we don't always reap EXACTLY what we sow. For example, when you sow an apple seed you don't just get another apple seed you get a whole apple tree with many apples on it and within those apples you get more seeds. That's abundance thinking.

What kind of "seeds" are you sowing today? Ones that are fruitful (benefiting humankind) or ones that are rotten and distateful?


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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Can we really save time?

My mom and I were talking the other day about saving time and I got to thinking about whether or not that's really possible. I don't think it is. Each one of us is given 24 hours in a day. We can't really save any of it up (like putting it in a bank account) and withdraw later to be used on another day.

I also got to thinking about how many inventions over the years are touted as time savers. For example the washing machine, the dishwasher, hair dryers, typewriters, automoblies, computers, etc. And yet I would bet everyone using these "time saving" devices still only have 24 hours in each day and lives that are just as busy. It really ends up being more about time management and HOW you use your time.

Which brings up the question if you cannot save time, can you waste it? Hmmm...perhaps not but you can make poor use of your time. One of my goals is to make better use of my time this year. How about you?

"It doesn't matter where you are coming from. All that matters is where you are going." - Brian Tracy

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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Do I have to?

Words are very powerful and it's interesting how different words have a different vibe for people. When I first learned of the power of our words by people such as Louise Hay it really made a difference for me. Most significantly in regard to the use of the phrase "have to" and the word "should". Just by shifting those few words I could go from feeling disempowered to feeling empowered and at choice. I came to realize that there really are no "have to's" or "should's" in life and it's all about choices. Try making the shift yourself and see. Next time you catch yourself using those words just stop and and change it. For instance, instead of saying "I have to (or should) go to work" just say, "I choose to (or could) go to work." Don't you feel an energetic difference? I sure do.

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