The Aikido of Inner Change
You can’t fulfill your life mission by overcoming any part of yourself with force, because your highest calling requires every particle of your being. When you are fully on purpose, nothing you’ve ever learned or experienced will be wasted. You will feel completely utilized in your life like never before. This is why the kind of inner alignment required to be a change agent in the world requires much gentler and subtler intervention. It’s more like the art of aikido – you don’t meet strength against strength, but rather take the energy and direction of a part of your psyche opposing you and then redirect that energy in a better way.What If Eve Did Not Eat of the Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge
Christian doctrinaires insist that our lives are replete with sorrows and pains, including the pain of death, resulting from Eve’s betrayal of God’s trust. Looking at it another way, it was not all that bad. It gave birth to two very powerful desires that, more or less, govern our lives – ego and sex.Are You Using All Your Gifts?
You have so many natural, gifts and abilities waiting to be used right now. Are you aware of these gifts and more importantly are you using them to your advantage?Your Diamonds Are Within You
We all want to succeed in life. And we try a lot of things, buy a lot of books, seek coaches and mentors. One crucial thing we always miss – to look inside and harness what is already there.What Is The Main Difference Between a Player And a Victim?
There is a big difference between a player and a victim. In fact, most of the time it is easy to spot a player amongst the victims. Players have a different attitude towards relationships, dating, attraction, and life in general. Simply by looking or talking to a player will tell you that this person has something more than the average person, when it comes to attraction and dating.Move Toward Your Dreams – And Away From What Doesn’t Support Your Dreams
Most of us learned social graces early in life. We were taught to be good, polite, kind and considerate of others. Oftentimes we were rewarded for these “good” behaviors which reinforced the patterns. Unfortunately, as grown adults, we have blurred boundaries when it comes to “no” and “yes” behaviors.Pain As a Path to Peace
Painful experiences can lead us to find peace within ourselves. When we lose that person, job, good health or whatever it is that brings a feeling of connection or importance or belonging, we lose a part of ourselves, unless we move through the loss and beyond it to a deep abiding sense of inner peace and connection to all. Pain can be the key motivator for looking within to where the peace resides.Tips On Increasing Your Productivity
Productivity doesn’t have to be finite. Everyone is capable of improvement. You just need a little help.10 Steps Out of a Rough Patch
Here are 10 tips to get through a rough life path and thrive! If you are going through hard times then hopefully these tips will steer you in the right direction.Inspiration Vs Motivation
Motivation will only get you so far before you run out of steam. Sometimes it will carry you for several years, months or just a few days. Inspiration on the other hand can lift you into the heavens where work doesn’t seem like work and time flies by in the blink of an eye. If you can jump onto the inspiration train you can ride it all your life gaining more and more success and more and more momentum. We all know this as a fact deep down so really the question becomes how can I stop depending on motivation to get me through my tasks and start seeking and receiving inspiration.Recognize the Power Within You for Building Your Dream Life
If you believe that life always gives you the short end of the stick, remember there is something wrong with the way you operate rather than the scheme of things. Your life is what you make of it. Instead of waiting for a miracle to happen, proactive people look for the power within which has the capacity to change your existence towards better.Mid Life Career Change: When Is It Necessary? And Why?
Are you one of the 10,000 americans between the ages of 45 and 65 trying to figure out what to do next in terms of the next phase of your life and work? If so, the current trend is not to retire at all, but at least re-invent yourself. For many, retirement will indeed no longer signal the end of working, but more so a career and lifestyle transition, where the individual has multiple options — such as continuing to work (though perhaps at a different pace), returning to school for additional training or education, changing careers, venturing into entrepreneurship or becoming more involved in volunteer work.