Setting Intention

Nice article about using a daily ritual like hands in prayer position to overcome blockages and set the intention to “open to receive positive things into my life. “

Connected Breath

It’s the beginning of yoga class and we’ve been asked to bring our hands in prayer position to our heart as we sit in a comfortable position. Normally I would press my palms together, firm and even, but today my teacher says something different:

“Press your palms together firmly, now keep pressing through your thumbs and fingers, but create a little space in between your palms. In this way you make room for the seed of your intention.”

In the past, when I had set my intention at the beginning of class, it would feel superficial. This time, I found a great feeling of hope as I made space for my little seed – or pod – of intention. No longer was this just something I said before class, but something more tangible than that. By setting my intention into this little imaginary seed, I was creating a thought that would…

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Think about it!

J. Ricci Energy

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Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it.  Match the frequency of the reality you want to create and you cannot help but get that reality. This is not philosophy. This is physics.

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– Albert Einstein (found here)

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I love the above quote, it’s the difference between dreaming and doing!

 

The War Room

I remember when I was coming up, my mother would always say to me, “if you don’t have anything nice to say don’t say anything at all”.  Or when outside playing we often repeated “Sticks & Stones may break my bones but words would never hurt me” to something offensive said to us.

I’ve always known, somewhere within myself, words are powerful and can affect us sometimes more deeply than something physical. As I mentioned before, I’m on this journey to better myself and the world I live in by my presence. I’m fully realizing, how I think and what I say is extremely important.

If you get a chance to watch a movie called You Can Heal Your Life or read the book by the same name, you will come to the same realization that I have. Our words, manifested in what we say and think, create our present…

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Great article about watching what you think, do, and say!

Your Personal Motivator

Step 7: Always Avoid the Opposite

Law of Attraction simple rules: Your action must not contradict your desire. If your desire is to be healthy again, therefore, in every action you make; you must avoid the opposite acts of health. Here are the few simple examples.

a) Avoid Mention Your Illness
Sometimes we are tempted to speak of the illness to others for many reasons. One of the common reasons is seeking understanding from people around us.  However, if you have to speak of your illness, speak only one and that’s it. Practise ‘no repetition’ in explaining your illness to others.

The reason is; when you speak of your illness, you are giving your attention and focus to your illness. The energy and vibration that you put on your illness plus what others may have for you (like sympathy, sadness) only contributes more power towards your illness.

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Self-hate

Don’t eat yourself up from the inside out. Be gentle and treat yourself with kindness.

Motivation, Inspiration and Life

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I completely agree with this article about enlightenment. It talks about our energy being a precious commodity, not to be wasted. I came to this understanding too, that it is possible to let other peoples’ shit roll off your back and let it be theirs as you stay in your own loving and positive frame of mind.

It is difficult to maintain this mindset, but once learned it never leaves you and things affect you less as you grow in spirit. What is around us in our daily life is a make believe play — you can choose to react as scripted or write your own response. Think of your energy as a precious commodity and direct it positively for your own and others good.

Chores. Love. Service.

Three years ago I discovered the secret to life. I was elated and on a high. Nothing could bother me. I felt free and as light as Dandelion seeds completely absent any resistance and taking flight easily whichever way the wind blew. Things that used to infuriate me just didn’t anymore. It simply wasn’t worth my energy to feel rotten and miserable. The secret I learned is that our energy is a precious commodity, even more precious than gems and diamonds.

The euphoria came because it wasn’t just a theory. It was knowledge infused into the very cells of my body. I was a superhero who went out into the world unable to spend my precious energy in any way that was wasteful.

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Food for thought article … what exit do you take from the freeway and what street do you live on?

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You know when you’re driving on the highway there’s exit signs for the various street names and towns?  There’s also signs that welcome you to a new state – like “welcome to New Jersey, the garden state”.  Well try to think of your life as being on a highway, but instead of the exit signs letting you know which street or town a particular exit will take you to, the exit signs are thought related!  For example some of the exit signs you might see on the highway of life are “Feel Good Street”, “Joy Avenue”, “Excitement Lane”, “Laughterville”, “Perfect Health Blvd.”, “Wonderful Relationship Road” or even “Welcome to a Happy Life.”!  Of course I was giving you some examples of exits you’d want to take!  However, there is always contrast, so some of the exits you may see, or may be choosing to get off at may say “Not Worthy…

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Nice thought … I can’t emphasize more what a big role being grateful plays in enjoying life.

Taste of life by Sabi

Try to see all blessings given to you. No matter how sad you are. Try to find something positive even in the worst situation. Experience, and knowledge about people and life are also profits. Sometimes really more precious, than money. If you can learn from your failures, you’ll be able to get all, what you want.  So take bad times in life as they are – precious lesson of life.  Stand up, and move on! And be thankful for all good, what you got on your path of life. For all blessings.

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Interesting article about what success really means to you, and how to “start to live life, instead of life living you.”

DAN

Everyone seems to strive to be ‘successful’ in life. We all look to apply the
‘Law of Attraction’ to gain ‘success’.

But what is ‘success’? What makes you successful, and what makes you a ‘failure’?

To answer this question, let’s first take a look at our world. Our societies are
completely focused on our five senses of seeing, hearing, tasting, touching
and smelling. Our five senses are constantly stimulated. They are enticed
and exploited all the time.

It is therefore no surprise that we tend to focus our minds on materialism
24 hours per day. We tend to focus all the time on big cars, big houses,
lots of money in the bank, and so on.

There is nothing wrong with that in itself. Neither does this mean that being
‘spiritual’ equals being poor and living in a dump. That doesn’t make sense either.
The problem is not with the…

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Life is short — make the best of it!

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Have a good start to the week friends. 🙂

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I love this article from Journey to Self Acceptance. It reminds us of the contrast between letting people put their @%#^$#& on us, and our choosing not to accept it and instead be happy in each moment.

JOURNEY TO SELF-ACCEPTANCE

This is the first day of my commitment to my own happiness!  Today I make a declaration to choose to do things that make me happy and to find pleasure in the simple moments in my life.  Even though sometimes I don’t feel I deserve to, I will be happy regardless of my accomplishments (or idleness) and despite all the things I think I should have first.  I can live in a perpetual state of happiness, without conditions or prerequisites.  (Love) and happiness is the key to existence.  I already enjoy being happy.  I choose to smile a lot.  So now I get to seek out and do things that make me happy. 

Of course a major factor in this is project is to stay in the present moment.  It’s easy to experience joy in any given moment.  In fact, it’s the only way some people can experience it.  It happens to them unconsciously in moments…

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Here’s a wonderful article that I have reblogged from A Woman’s Guide, which talks about the mindfulness of Thich Nhat Hanh in stopping to be mindful when you hear a bell ring, and Fred Rogers from the popular children’s television show who took 10 seconds of time in his Emmy speech to thank those “who loved him into being.” It’s an inspiring reminder to take a moment from our hectic life to contemplate.

This Way Up

“A moment of silence, please, for the lost art of shutting up.”

– Neil Genzlinger (American Playwrite)


I belong to a wonderful book club!  The No Guilt Book Club.  We go along to the group each month and have a glass of wine, or don’t; talk about books we’ve read, or haven’t; share some books, or don’t.  No Guilt, No Rules!  It’s fantastic!

Last night at book club, my friend Anne talked about the time she spent at Thich Nhat Hanh‘s Retreat Centre, Plum Village.  She explained that everytime a bell rang, a phone rang or any alarm sounded, everyone would take a moment to stop, be silent and mindful.  Imagine that, instead of rushing and hurrying everytime we hear a phone ring or an alarm sound to take just a split second and use that as a reminder to be silent and mindful.  When I asked her if…

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Step out of your comfort zone!

kaftan to bikini

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Don’t Worry… Be Happy

A great article on “Happiness” that I reblogged … enjoy.

Can't Stand The Heat

“The Constitution only guarantees the American people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself.” ~Benjamin Franklin

After last week’s ranting, I figured that it would be appropriate to do an entry on happiness. Yesterday, my co-workers and I attended a social, where we watched an awesome, inspirational documentary, called “The Happy Movie”. It’s one of those topics that everyone searches high and low for, when it’s simply placed right under our noses. Media teaches us that happiness is something that only certain people achieve; the beautiful, the rich, and the famous. However, people of the exact opposite have seemed to have more fulfilling lives. The start of the movie shows a man from India, who wakes early every morning to carry passengers on a rickshaw. He does this physically strenuous job in the beating sun, for hours, while wearing flip-flops .. He comes home to an…

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Inspirational stories about now famous people who were inspired to change their lives.

DAN

1. Harrison Ford

“The Vice President of Columbia told this actor that he was never going to make it in the business.”

After Harrison Ford’s first performance as a hotel bellhop in the film Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round, the studio vice-president called him in to his office. “Sit down kid,” the studio head said, “I want to tell you a story. The first time Tony Curtis was ever in a movie he delivered a bag of groceries. We took one look at him and knew he was a movie star.” Ford replied, “I thought you were supossed to think that he was a grocery delivery boy.” The vice president dismissed Ford with “You ain’t got it kid , you ain’t got it … now get out of here.”

Not happy with the roles being offered to him, Ford became a self-taught professional carpenter to support his then-wife and two…

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