unconditional responsibility.

The 5 Commandments Of A Success Consciousness:

As a service provider, not only is it important to develop and maintain a success consciousness for yourself to keep your business profitable and growing, it is also important to have that consciousness for your customers and clients.  Whether you realize it or not, your degree of consciousness is on display to your customers by how you interact with them, and by the experiences they have in your store.  The condition of your store, the quality of your business and the feeling people have when interacting with you, or your business is a direct reflection of your level of consciousness.

Why is this important to be aware of your level of consciousness?  Because service providers are considered the leaders, or experts in their field and need to have a good handle on their own inner growth, and awareness.  Your customers come to you for more information and guidance to become more successful themselves, and if your business is disorganized, if you have trouble making your rent, or your personal life is in chaos, then how can you be the shining beacon of light for your customers?  Even if they may not be conscious and aware of this, we are all one, and on some level, they DO know.  Why should they spend thousands and thousands of dollars on inner growth material with someone who is struggling just as much as they are?

The good news is that it isn’t as difficult, or doesn’t take as long to turn things around.  If you are aware of the 5 commandments of success consciousness, you can apply them not only to your business, but to your personal life as well.  Using these concepts consistently and in a grounded way, […]

By |March 9th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

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

How To Manifest Quickly and Powerfully

The way to manifest quickly and powerfully is to be unconditionally responsible for your actions and your experiences.  When you do this, you place the source of how to change things from external random forces squarely onto yourself.  This powerful and subtle shift will actually give you the power to change what it is that you want in your life because you are placing yourself behind the wheel.  To move into this mindset of being unconditionally responsible, you can use tools that will support you very effectively in this mindset.  These tools are mentioned in this post about the 12 keys.

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How to Create the Life You Love – Through Unconditional Responsibility

You don’t have to be a captive to your external experiences, the economy, your finances… etc. Your subconscious mind creates what you experience. Your understanding of your subconscious beliefs is what will allow you to change your life to what you want. State what you require and continually support your requirements through your words, thoughts and actions. How to support yourself in the moment so you can diffuse negative thoughts and emotions permanently.

True Inner Intent Always Equals Outcome – Personal Responsibility

This key is important in assisting you to become unconditionally responsible with your life. If there is something you are not liking in your life, and you consistently claim that you don’t want it and are doing all you can to change it, well, if whatever it is is still occurring, then there is some belief inside of you that has created this situation for you to experience, for whatever reason. A good example is when someone says they hate their current living conditions and the constant struggle for money in their lives. When you look at this situation unconditionally and responsibly, then you could say that there is a reason that this person is living in constant struggle for money in their lives. It is because for some reason, that is their highest priority to experience struggle in their lives. It doesn’t make it right or wrong, it just is what it is. When that individual realizes that they are just experiencing their highest priority, and not judging their highest priority (such as calling themselves stupid, or worthless, etc.), they can then make the decision to do something different because they are now conscious of what they are doing and are willing to do something about it.

Another important thing to remember is to not judge your current situation, but accept it as perfect in the moment and know that all things are temporary (this too shall pass). In judgment, you cannot move into a new way of being because your judgment locks you into your current state of being. Be in the joy of now and set yourself free.

By |May 3rd, 2008|Blog|0 Comments

I Am That I Am – Really, The Reflection of Self From Others

I was reading another persons blog today and they spoke about an incident she had with another person… Apparently the other person was rather irate with her and wasn’t willing to solve the problem through discussion.  As she was reflecting on this incident, she related to the moses code “I am that, I am”, and how she was able to say that she was this person and had been this person several times in her life.  She said this allowed her to see the other person with more compassion because she has been in their place before.

I would like to take that a step further….  Life is a reflection of you, just as others are.  When you are experiencing anything from another person, they are a mirror to what is going on within yourself.  At that moment, you can choose to be unconditionally responsible for what you are putting out into the world (see that the other person is really reflecting what is going on within yourself), or put it all on the other person.

This point of view empowers you because it allows you to see where you are being conditional in your life, and you now have the awareness, and thus power to change it into something that will be more supportive of what you want in your life.  Does it mean being a doormat for others to spew all over you?  No, everyone has to be responsible for their actions, but it does mean that you have to see what it is that you are putting out into the world, and how you are being in the world, if you want to be  unconditionally responsible and live as a conscious and abundant […]

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

Self Esteem vs. The Esteemed Self

If we to choose to separate and divide ourselves and our consciousness with such words as ‘high self esteem’ and ‘low self esteem’ and we continue to choose to layer ourselves with these types of words in an effort to identify ourselves to seek, to find or discover worth outside of ourselves, then this is only going to continue the separation of self with confusion.  And in confusion it’s hard to remember that your worth comes from unconditionally and responsibly being yourself.  Listen to the podcast for more on how using the very terms themselves self esteem vs the esteemed self, can have an impact on how we live our lives.