Getting Your Fears Met

There’s lots of talk about “getting your needs met.” Heads nod as a list of needs gets reeled off including happiness, peace of mind, abundance, the ability to do what you are here to do and so on. Besides the fact that these aren’t needs nor wants but vague terms that are more feelings than…

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Prioritize Yourself

We are prioritization specialists handling more activities than our ancestors ever dreamed would happen in a lifetime let alone a day.  We do more, know more, have access to more than ever in history.  To navigate this we’ve become manifestation-time navigating-prioritization experts.  However we rarely utilize these skills for our own benefit other than to…

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The Coast Is Clear

People seem to think that if you haven’t done something from the time you were little that you won’t be able to do it. It’s a bit like the reverse of those signs next to the rides at amusement parks.  “If you’re this tall then you’re too old to ride this ride. Move along to…

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Old Habits Can Be Changed

Habits aren’t just something that we do, they are small bits of our identity.  They are part of the framework we have built our lives on and therefore not easy to change.  Life is a full body experience exploding with sensory input in every second, so much so that we need to shut off input…

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Power in Let

The word “let” is connected with issues of power and control.  The easiest way to recognize this is to remember when as a child you explained to others that your parents let you do this and wouldn’t let you do that.  They had the authority, the power, the control over you at the time and,…

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Concentration

There is something that happens when we give ourselves permission to be ourselves. When we allow ourselves not just time outs to catch our breath before plunging back into the cacophony of all the business and the messages, the expectations and needs, the grinding of the wheels and everyone around us murmuring and gasping and…

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Perception

So much of what we struggle with is a matter of perception. We expend energy to fix something we perceive is broken and yet nothing ever changes. We see this as something which is a permanent flaw or an inherent error and so spend even more energy working around it with marginal success. Eventually someone,…

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Stop Pushing

We’ve all done it.  More than once, I’m betting.  Whether in big matters or small we have ignored every message, every indicator, every response, every reaction even within ourselves and pursued that one thing we’re stuck on to the point of exhaustion, just to take a deep breath and keep on going.  “Stuck on stupid”…

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