Our answers to the age-old questions – “Who am I?” “Why am I here?” and “Where am I going?” – form the foundation of our lives. It makes sense. Your perspectives on who you are, why you are here, and where you are going become your reality. These questions also define three lines of transformational personal and spiritual development.
Each of us is unique, as are our responses to these age-old questions.
As we evolve, our perspectives evolve.
It’s a beautiful journey and reflecting on these questions can open doors for a miraculous transformation we call “The Ultimate Paradigm Shift.”
From the perspective this shift, we would answer these questions in this way:
The moment passes quickly.
Catch it before it passes; it will not last.
Until the next moment appears …
Actually, you can’t catch the moment.
You can’t hold or possess it.
You can store the moment in your memory
for future use and enrichment, and have it
be more a part of yourself.
What can you do with each moment?
In the end, you can only do your best
participating in the many moments
that make up your life.
Being in the zone… remember the thrill of being fully engaged in something that intrigues and enlivens you, sparks your creativity and problem-solving?
After the thrill is over, we come back to everyday routines and maintenance, and if our life is relatively in order (for the moment), we are happy and content.
But lifting yourself into the zone is part of a joyous life, the place where so much is unknown, exciting and possible. Here are four fun ways to get there:
There is a magic in thinking big. You may have a dream of a better world: social justice, racial and sexual equality, a protected environment and more. To find a way to contribute, consider your talents, skills and interests. Therein lies the key to making a difference.
One lady we coached wanted a world that had a more functional medical system. This inspired her to pursue energy work to follow her heart and make the world a healthier place.
Your life purpose is hugely important. But what is perhaps the most common misconception, the biggest myth about life purpose. Don’t let this stop you in your tracks. Watch the short video below.
Without your life purpose you…
With Your life purpose you…
alive and energized
Would you like to learn more about Discovering Your Purpose? Check out our “Discover Your Purpose” mini training here.
How do you build your self confidence? What are the key ingredients you must evaluate and improve where needed?
This short video explores five key ingredients to check for your self confidence. To learn more see our Confidence Building Tool Kit Telecourse.
The 3-part teleseries includes the Confidence Quiz handout with five more qualities, in addition to those described on the video.
We view destiny as making empowering choices to realize your brightest future.
It’s not fixed or pre-destined. Destiny is about choosing to thrive more than just survive. Your destiny emerges from following your deeper desires and heartfelt impulses.
Yes, there are influences: karma (past actions), genetics, environment and ancestry. As biologist Bruce Lipton has pointed out, however, your beliefs directly affect your DNA and genes.
William Wallace noted, “Every man dies. Not every man really lives.”
You can author your life. In effect, you become your own director with Continue reading
1. Direct your imagination.
Interestingly, we are continuously imagining. But much of the time it is not what we would like to intend. The idea is to direct your imaginings – what you internally see, hear and feel – towards a positive outcome.
For example, what do you imagine about your health?
purpose or anything you want?
Here is how you gauge it: by your first response.Continue reading
To take advantage of this energy, let’s explore four ways to have a wonderful, heart-centered year.
1. Get a dream.
It all starts with a desire for something bigger and better, for you and others. Envisioning a greater world opens your mind and heart.Continue reading
One of the simplest, most direct ways to trust yourself is to take one step at a time. Actually, just like when you physically walk, you can only take one step at a time. You might take a big or small step, or a leap, but its still manageable.
You know your next step, and you can do it. You’ve done it before. And you will do it again, trusting that it will Continue reading
Find out how to trust yourself and the universe. Turn on your speakers and
Trust is hugely important. Without trust, the world can be a scary place. With it, you know you are supported and you know you can cope with what comes up. And you can truly appreciate your life more.
You must learn how to trust yourself first so you can know how to trust others. To trust yourself, consider the following five ingredients.Continue reading