Feelings don’t always come easy, especially for men. We are told from the earliest age of understanding – don’t cry, suck it up and get going, stop being a cry baby. We are taught to not outwardly display our emotions, especially the heartfelt ones.
So it comes as no surprise that many, many people have a major problem practicing feelings, when trying to manifest using the Law of Attraction. It’s almost as though our feelings have been wrapped in multiple layers of insulation. Continue reading
Sometimes I feel as though my “vision” goggles are fogged over. When I’m deep into some inspired action, lead by the Law of Attraction and my intentions, I’ll suddenly feel as thought I’ve lost sight of my vision, and the goal. Does that ever happen to you?
The good news is that the Law of Attraction is still working in the background. It’s still bringing forth those things that we think of, the most. And it is indeed, taking into full consideration the things we are learning as we take the inspired actions before us. No matter how busy we may seem at the moment.
Our vision goggles aren’t becoming fogged over. The prescription is changing. Because our visions are changing. Continue reading
Today I’m excited to present an article on Clean Language, by Sheryl Andrews. Sheryl is Founder and Managing Director of Step By Step Listening, as well as a Power Group Facilitator. When speaking with Sheryl about Clean Language, I could see many uses of the idea in both counselling, and everyday interaction. So I asked her to write an article about what it is, the benefits of it, and how you it might help you. Here’s the article, and we hope you enjoy it!
What is Clean Language, and How Can I, and Others Benefit From It?
Clean Language was developed in the 1980′s by an incredibly generous New Zealand man called David Grove, who gave it away using a framework of generosity.
There is one thing especially that winners, and successful people have in common. They know how to plan, to organize those plans, and then the discipline to follow through with those plans.
They don’t wait for someone to give them orders, to tell them how to think, or what to do next. They understand the end need, what the finish line looks like. And then they assess where, and with what they have resource control over, plan how to use those resources, organize the resources together for the best result, and follow the task through to the end.
GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL, THE NEEDS ARE THE SAME
These assessments can be done in group, as in an Executive Chef in the kitchen. Or a pro-ball coach; in the locker room, and in the arena.
It’s easy to grind away at it, day after day. It takes a lot of momentum to get the rock sliding, the sled moving, and things going in our direction.
But if you really want to make something happen, be the spark that ignites the fire. Be it work, sports, or passion, be that spark. Not just the grand effort.
We get lost so easily in the daily grind. It becomes expected by others. And ourselves. We get lost thinking the same ol’, same ol’ will one day, yield something fantastic. Keep your nose to the grindstone, and all you get is a flat face.
Light the fire. First in yourself. Then watch how quickly it spreads. Enthusiasm is contagious! And attitude is everything.
I love those little moments of non-memory. Where I unplug, and take a little mental siesta.
I’m not worried about them. I don’t call them short term memory loss (or worse). Because they are usually, if not always, precluded by a very brief moment of perfect awareness.
And then they are accompanied by such a feeling of bliss, of comfort and security. Those moments of ‘checking out’ as it were, are my extreme, pure moments of awareness.
I’ve learned to just pause, sit back, and savor the moment [after]. I just sit and smile. And I physically ‘feel’ the back of my eyes, deep in my skull. Then I feel my spine relax, and a total sense of peace come over me.