Monthly archive for ‘ March, 2011 ’

Test yourself

31st March 2011 | 11 Comments
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Imagine a young child testing his/her parent by toddling to that place over there that is off limits. They would look back to see if their parent is looking and take a tentative step away. If the parent does not say anything, the child ventures onward. The parent acts as protector while the child tests […]

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Any questions?

30th March 2011 | 4 Comments
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A true teacher welcomes questions because they mean that her/his audience is actively listening. The more questions you ask, the more you should learn. In the word QUESTion, you will find the root word “QUEST’, which means ‘a search or pursuit made in order to obtain something’. In the computer world, a failed search/quest  results […]

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Today is not yesterday

29th March 2011 | 11 Comments
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On a conscious level you know that today is not yesterday. It’s the subconscious that I am talking about. It has no concept of time. It does not reason. It just knows what it knows. Therefore, your subconscious mind believes that you believe the same today, as you did yesterday. This might be so, in fact, […]

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Don’t be lacking

28th March 2011 | 9 Comments
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The other day I was at an event where a gentleman photographer approached me with an honorable proposition to take my photograph because he thought I represented the ideal image for a project he was working on. Within the first minute of his introduction to me, I felt he made a good enough case for […]

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Recast yourself

25th March 2011 | 12 Comments
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There is a phrase that says, “keep your friends close and your enemies closer”. We’d like to think that our insecurities are not our friends, but we give them higher value than our friends because they are always with us. They follow us better than our most loyal friends, yet they are not supportive. In […]

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You, know

24th March 2011 | 12 Comments
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It is possible to move yourself from anxiety to confidence in a few moments. The best case scenarios allow you to utilize personal time to regroup.  The more you practice this, the easier it gets. With experience, you might even find that you can regroup right on the spot. Journaling is a great tool. It […]

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A Worthy Commitment

23rd March 2011 | 5 Comments
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I’ve made commitments before. Some of them worked the way I wanted. Some of them didn’t. The only thing I can think of that made the difference, is how far down the rabbit hole I chose to go. By rabbit hole, I am referring to the search for truth. And by truth I mean the […]

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Self Dependence

22nd March 2011 | 1 Comment
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Self dependence and independence mean the same thing, however I like the use of the word ‘SELF’. It reminds me of who’s in charge. Knowing I am in charge keeps me on my toes and accountable to myself. When I forget that I am in control, I practically loose my mind – or rather my […]

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New Thought

21st March 2011 | 5 Comments
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It’s easy to get stuck in an old thought because it worked so well for so long. However, our lives are continually changing and our old thoughts just don’t apply any more. We get a clue when we really want to do something, yet something is holding us back. The thing that is holding us […]

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Falling Asleep

18th March 2011 | 0 Comments
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When I doubt my ability to do something I am usually in my head and standing in the way of all possibility. I thus, become a roadblock by preventing the natural flow of divine communication that nurtures me. However, the things that I never doubt are the things that I take for granted -things that I have […]

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