Going Back to the Beginning

When you’ve made a big mistake, beginner’s mind can help you find the reset button, decide on the best solution, and move on without wasting any more of your life. Beginner’s mind opens the door to new ways of thinking, creative possibilities you would never have thought of. It allows you to let go of what is not working, find your real strengths, realize your weaknesses, become clear on who you really are, and what you are meant to be doing with your life.

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The Secrets of Lucky People

Luck goes by many names: premonition, synchronicity, intuition, hunches — whatever we call it, it is a creative channel through which warnings or information that are beneficial to us in some way flow into our lives. During WW2, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had numerous premonitions that not only saved his own life but the lives of many around him.

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How to Create a New Vibrational Tone in Your Life

Here is a mantra to help recreate your life in 30 days: “Today, no matter where I go, no matter what I am doing, no matter whom I’m with, it’s my dominant intent to look for that which I am wanting to see, which makes me feel good when I see it.” But you have to be selfish enough to say that nothing is more important than that I feel good.

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How to Be Happy Now

“I’ve got the bowl, the bone and the big yard. I know I should be happy.” Recently – while waiting my turn, during one of those fleeting moments in a line up, I shared a few moments with a woman, who told me she had traveled all over the world. As we talked I thought she had the ideal life, one that I wouldn’t mind having. But one thing seemed out of place in this picture . . .

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The Game is To Find Out Who We Already Are

When I think back, I realize that I spent the first 30 years of my life trying to “become” something. I saw everything from that perspective. I wanted to become really good at everything I did – at school, on the job, my relationships and so on. I believed that I wasn’t good enough the way I was, but if I could become good at something, then I could be someone.

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