Posts Tagged ‘ decision ’

Survival skills

2nd September 2011 | 0 Comments
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In a matter of life or death, (or what seems like life or death), we quickly assess our situation. Being alert, we can determine if we should fight or take flight. Quick decision making is critical – just ask a deer that realizes she is being preyed upon by a lion. If she knows she […]

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Stinky thinking

22nd June 2011 | 0 Comments
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Stinky thinking thoughts get you what you don’t want. They are thoughts about yourself, thoughts about another, or thoughts about a situation. A lot of the times we don’t even know they are there – but they are. Just look / listen for them. I have a thought that tells me that a critique of […]

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Whose plan?

11th May 2011 | 0 Comments
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My personal growth over the last 8 years involved me looking at me and deciding what I wanted for me. The journey had some rough patches as I defined and refined who and what I wanted in my life. The more I understood what I wanted, the easier it was to determine who I wanted […]

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What a difference

22nd April 2011 | 0 Comments
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For the last 2 months or so, I have been telling myself to get back into meditating. I had a regular pattern going on for a while, where I would meditate first thing in the morning. At first it was a drag, and then I started looking forward to it, as it put me in […]

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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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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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