The Day After The Election and a Reflection

Well now that the election is over with and we have our new commander in chief, I would like to reflect upon what we must keep in mind and keep focused about.  This blog and the material in The Choice Is Mine is all about being unconditionally responsible for your thoughts, words, actions and emotions.   To be unconditionally responsible means you hold yourself accountable to these things without judging yourself.  If you had an emotional outburst, or did something to someone that wasn’t truly kind, then you do what you can to rebalance the situation without judging yourself, the situation or the other person.  “It is what it is” and move forward from that point on, because each moment is a new experience and each moment, you have the opportunity to do things differently.

It also means that we are the creators of our experiences and we don’t hold others accountable for the way our lives are.  If we don’t like the way things have turned out in our lives, we turn inwards for the answers and not outwards.  It doesn’t mean that we do it all by ourselves, because we are all interconnected, yet it does mean that we are responsible for bringing to us the help that is required in whatever way, shape and form it comes in.

How does this relate to the election?  Well we as a nation have chosen a path that requires us to be unconditionally responsible for our lives, or we loose any constructive change that we were all so desperately looking for.  Our choice requires us to be responsible for the way this country is being run and not follow like sheep.  Our choice requires us to be […]

By |November 6th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

The Illusion of Self Sabotage

How many times have you heard someone say “I am always sabotaging myself!”  Not only have I heard it many times from others, but I have also said it myself.  That was until I was exposed to a powerful new way of thinking that allowed me to see the huge illusion of that whole way of thinking.  There really is no such thing as self-sabotage.

The definition of sabotage from the dictionary is:  “Any undermining of a cause, or priority”.  So the definition of self-sabotage would be, “Any undermining of your own cause or priority.”  For the purpose of this article, we will talk about our highest priority in the moment.  Another concept will need to be mentioned before I bring this all home.  This concept is that in each and every moment, we are always creating and experiencing our highest priority.  Each and every moment is a manifestation of what we subconsciously want to create in our lives whether we are aware of this or not.

You may say “Hey, wait a minute, I just had a horrible, terrible experience in my life, so why on earth would I even want to create that in my life?”  I am not minimizing the scope or the intensity of your experience in any way.  I am sharing that experience created an end result.  Without judging the experience or the end result, ask yourself what did you receive from that experience?  We all have experiences in our lives in order to receive something.  It may not be obvious in the moment, but we did receive something.  And in that moment and time of the experience, you’re highest priority was to receive what the experience created for […]

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By |October 29th, 2008|Blog|1 Comment

Keeping a Positive Outlook In This Economy…

The news from Wall Street and the Financial industry is not very promising.  If we are not conscious and diligent, it can lead to stress and cause us to fall into the energy of despair and hopelessness. As in the law of attraction; what you put out is what you get back. So how do you continue to put out abundance, ease and wealth during these times without diluting your constructive energy by falling back into the hopeless feelings and erasing your desired outcomes?  Why is it even important to stay in a positive and empowered space?  Will it even make a difference?

You cannot solve a problem at the same level the problem was created. Raising your level of energy will allow you to not get caught up in what is going on with our economy and will allow you to steer your way through without falling into loss, lack and illness.

On Tuesday October 14th at 8:00pm EST, we will have a teleseminar where we will go over some of the tools that you can use to keep your perspective so that you can continue to manifest abundance no matter what the economy is doing.  With some simple tools and a powerful system, you will discover just how easy it is to consciously influence your life no matter what is going on.

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By |October 7th, 2008|Blog|5 Comments

Personal Development Tip – The Meaning of Can’t

What does can’t really mean? Can’t is actually not found in the dictionary, but it is used in our language on a daily basis. How many times do you use the word can’t? How many times do you say can’t during the day? When do you say it? Why do you say it? When you think about it, ‘can’t’ is a very safe word that keeps us in our comfort zone. When we say ‘can’t’ we are saying “doing this will take me out of my comfort zone and I am not willing to step outside of my comfort zone at this time.” It is a subtle, yet very powerful way that shapes our lives and keeps us in the illusion that we are not responsible for the outcome of our lives. Listen to this recording of the word can’t and what it means.

By |June 24th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

Are You Living Your Life and Personal Developent Training.

I had a conversation with someone earlier today about living our lives and some of the things that we have experienced in our past. One of the things that she was stating was that the reason why she was struggling for the past 5 years was because she wasn’t living her life. It was a struggle for her because she had to spend so much time in her head trying to figure out the things she needed to do to live a life that wasn’t hers. That got me to thinking…. Am I living my life? I then asked myself, if there was no societal or parental pressure, what would I be doing with my life? I had to answer truthfully, that it wouldn’t be what I am doing now. I realized that is why I am struggling in my life is because I am also spending a lot of time in my head trying to “figure it out”.  The things that come easily, naturally and joyfully to me aren’t the things I am doing to make a living, or expressing myself.  Because I can pick up things quickly, and my IQ is on the high side of average, I am able to make it work.  And for me, I think  that was the thing that took it so long for me to realize that I wasn’t living my life, because I was making what I had “work”.

That is the crux of things.  Is what you are doing now making the life you are living “work”? You are able to be somewhat successful, but you have to put a lot of effort into it.  You have fallen […]

By |June 17th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

The Subtleties of Our Intuiton

I attended a teleseminar the other day, and it was basically about the intuition and how it is really the guidance system we should be paying attention to, and not our mind.  The subtle understanding of the intuition is that it is completely unconditional.  As a result, following our intuition will never lead us to experience loss, lack or illness because when we make decisions and live from an unconditional mindset, or beingness, we are not pushing away abundance by living through fear.   The simple physics of it is that no two things can occupy the same place at the same time, so we are either being unconditional in the moment or conditional in the moment.

One of the things that was mentioned on the teleseminar is that sometimes people feel that they have followed their intuition and it got them into trouble.  The presenter explained that if whatever feeling you followed, you ended up with some sort of loss or struggle, then it wasn’t your intuition, but some conditional based feeling that you were following.  The intuition doesn’t come from an emotional place, so if you are experiencing any kind of emotional jolt with whatever feeling comes up, then you can pretty much bet that it isn’t your intuition.  That is a pretty powerful subtlety that makes all of the difference in the world when it comes to knowing when it is your intuition and when it isn’t.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.  To go much deeper, it is explained much better in TCIM.

By |June 13th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

What Kind Of Creators Are We?

The upcoming teleseminar generated a small discussion in a personal development forum. It was about one of the submitted questions that was answered prior to the teleseminar. One part of the answer caught the attention of someone which was:

We never create what doesn’t in some way serve our highest priority.

This answer was in response to someone asking how they could create $7000 by June 15th. Well, if we are the creators of our experiences, then why would we create a situation that would put us in the hole for $7000? I mean, who enjoys that? Why not just create a situation that you don’t need that amount of money so quickly, or that you already have it in your bank account?

The importance of this answer is that for some reason and purpose, the situation was created exactly as it was because the person is receiving something out of needing $7000 in less than a week. This is the key understanding when it comes to the Law of Attraction and manifestation. We are ALWAYS using the Law of Attraction, and we are always attracting to us, what is our highest priority. We just may not be aware of what is our highest priority.

The power of a system that allows you to know what is your highest priority, is that it very quickly uncovers what are your subconscious beliefs that are holding you back. The power of a system such as TCIM, is that it uncovers your subconscious beliefs in a way that allows you to be unconditional with yourself. Your current highest priority is your current […]

By |June 9th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

What Is Karma and How Does Karma Fit Into My Life?

I was recently on a forum where someone was asking about karma and what is it exactly.  They gave an example of person A taking $5 from them and then they took $5 from person B, how does that work in the karmic bank so to speak.  Karma is a very interesting subject that can be quite confusion.  First Karma is not about keeping a balance sheet.  It is a pact we make with ourselves to show us when we are creating from love or creating from fear.  This is a great excerpt from the personal development course The Choice Is Mine that describes it in wonderfully.

“….What I have discovered over time is, Karma/dharma is really
you. You holding you back until you choose to look at and experience
life by being love instead of being fear-conditional. Until
you get that, you will continue to repeat, fear-based conditional
experiences as you hold yourself back repeating what you choose
to repeat until you allow love to be your guide instead of attempting
to control and manipulate your experiences through
conditional fear-based choices. ….”

This makes sense when you look at how some people can do the same thing and have very different outcomes.  It is  because karma takes into account the intent of the action.  If the intent is fear based, you will experience karma through loss, lack and illness.  If the intent was based on love, you will experience karma through grace, ease and abundance.

So what about the case of what happened to Jesus Christ?  The Choice Is Mine can explain it much better than I could.

By |June 5th, 2008|Blog|1 Comment

How would you like to speed up your personal growth?

The Choice Is Mine, an out-of-this-world personal development system is giving a teleseminar Tuesday June 10th at 8:00pm eastern time, on one of the tools in the personal development system, that discusses how we can speed up our own personal growth.

The topic of the teleseminar is:

Remember what I have forgotten within myself and I have no life lessons.

This concept is interesting because it basically says that we already have everything in us that we require. It’s just a matter of pulling it out of ourselves. Think of the energy and time that can save us!  It also makes me wonder if the experiences we put ourselves through is not really about learning at all, but remembering, and we are just in the illusion that we are learning!  Hmm… This would be just cutting out the “middle-man” so to speak!

For those of you who are interested, you can reserve your spot online. Spaces are limited. The concepts in this material are very new and come from a fresh perspective. A perspective that is very effective in assisting you in moving past what blocks you and quickly.

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By |June 4th, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

Accelerated Personal Development… Just Remember What We Have Forgotten

We feel we need to go through lesson after lesson after life lesson in order to grow, or to gain insights so we can become more conscious.  Each lesson takes us closer to the insights that we feel we need to learn to get to that next step.  However, we have forgotten that we already have all of that insight, and knowledge within us already.  It isn’t a matter of going through lesson after lesson.  It is just a matter  of allowing ourselves to remember what it is that we have forgotten.  We don’t require life lessons when all we need to do is allow our intuition to come online and connect us with that inner knowledge.

The energy it takes to allow is much lower than the energy to learn, especially if it is done through going through experience after experience after experience.

By |June 2nd, 2008|Blog|3 Comments