Archive for September, 2007

Create Your Life with Conscious Intention

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

How is more Important than What
One of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to manifest their dreams is working from some perceived skillset rather than the correct mindset. “I can do X, Y and Z. Therefore, I should get result A” is an example of relying on your level of skill in a particular area rather than on your mindset. Skillset thinking always emphasizes what over how.

In the example above, the what might be PowerPoint, Excel and running a projector during a presentation. While it is often very important to have these particular skills in a modern business setting, your skillset – or what you do – is really not very critical at all to the outcome of a successful business presentation, or anything else for that matter.

Which Reality Do You Choose to Participate In?

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Sometimes we hear people say, “I can’t afford this,” or “It’s too expensive,” which of course then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy of limitation. Remember to hold only the thoughts and vibrations that reflect the world you choose to participate in. The Universe is always ready when you are ready and it is standing by, waiting for you to choose and commit to your heart’s desires. Remember, abundance is not something you create, but that which you ATTRACT AND ACCEPT.

You can flow energy toward the joyful experiences that you desire, which attracts the money magnetically. What are you now ready to ask for intensely and receive expansively?

A Thought Experiment for the Heart

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

Imagine, for a moment, that you are the universe. But for the purposes of this thought experiment, let us imagine that you are not the disenchanted mechanistic universe of conventional modern cosmology, but rather a deep-souled, subtly mysterious cosmos of great spiritual beauty and creative intelligence. And imagine that you are being approached by two different epistemologies-two suitors, as it were, who seek to know you. To whom would you open your deepest secrets? To which approach would you be most likely to reveal your authentic nature?

Suffering – Only The Ignorance of Our Real Nature?

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

Vedanta, one of the world’s most ancient philosophies, says there are only five reasons why humans suffer: not knowing who we are, identifying with our ego or self-image, clinging to the transient and unreal, recoiling in fear of the transient and unreal, and fear of death. Vedanta also says that the five causes of suffering are all contained in the first cause – not knowing who we are.

If someone were to ask, “Who are you?” your response would probably be “My name is so-and-so. I’m American, or I’m the president of this company. You may also identify with your body, “This bag of flesh and bones is who I am.” But sensory experience is totally illusory. You may think you are the body that your senses can locate in space and time, but the body is a field of invisible vibrations that has no boundaries in space and time.