Over a decade ago I began to expose the world to a powerful new coaching process that I realized was quite unique, remarkable, the answer to raising the consciousness of humanity and to helping empower each individual in any area of their life. A decade later I share with you our collective ... Views: 101
When was the last time you were physically intimate with your partner? If you say a long time, you are not alone! A lot of couples share their sexual life is in the toilet. They struggle getting along, among other things, to the point that being physically intimate is the furthest thing from ... Views: 119
Never in history have we had such comforts and ease of living. Our grocery store shelves are stocked and we can cook a meal in minutes. We can communicate with family and friends around the world instantaneously and face to face. Modern conveniences make our day to day life easy. Then why the ... Views: 70
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At the beginning of every year, I write down what I want to be remembered for… what I want people to think about me…what I want to achieve in my life. This writing is my long-term vision.
Along with this, I write my goals for the year. These goals are the ... Views: 94
For the millions of individuals struggling with alcohol and drug addiction, making the decision to go to detox is both difficult and scary. Whether it is your first time entering detox or a second chance at getting clean and sober, understanding the process can help to ease your mind throughout ... Views: 71
I hate sarcasm. It's rude, hurtful, and offensive. Yet I have met many people who insist that it is humorous. "Sarcasm can be funny, " my friend John told me. "I beg to differ", I replied. "There is nothing funny about saying something hurtful to another person." "Yes, but...", he continued, ... Views: 105
After a relationship break down the painful event remains stored in each partner as a memory that has embedded within it energy that hinders one's ability to return to a new relationship easily or at all. For many this outcome feels severely limiting. Did you know that such an outcome is not ... Views: 134
When a relationship collapses for whatever reason most people take it quite hard and fall prey to many seemingly "normal" feelings such as sadness, grief, anger, regret, rage, a deep sense of loss, low self worth, feelings of emptiness and loneliness, fears of being alone, low self esteem and so ... Views: 115
It is all too common to blame one's partner when a relationship is going through rocky times. Have you ever stopped however and reflected on whether you yourself are carrying some form of internal negative programming that is also contributing to the problem?
When a relationship fails it has ... Views: 70
Do you know that most negative limiting beliefs are held unconsciously and exert their influence in a manner that few are even aware of? Do you know this means you likely spend much of your energy and time trying to overcome this clandestine force while believing that this is somehow empowering ... Views: 111
Do you know that staying positive is not something one must work at but instead is supposed to be your natural resilient state of mind? Do you know that most people have this capacity stolen from them early in life by negative events that convince them they are weak, vulnerable, afraid, ... Views: 90
Do you know that procrastination is driven by old emotional programming hidden deep in the subconscious mind in the form of negative limiting beliefs and fears? Do you know that this programming behaves like an emotional straight-jacket that robs one of their power and freewill ability to act? ... Views: 120
Emotional eating is often an unhealthy and uncomfortable attempt of trying to distract ourselves from facing something we deem as unpleasant. So often we overeat without realizing we may be trying to cover up some level of insecurity. We may also be using food as a means to avoid doing ... Views: 113
The details related to our childhood, and things that we’ve experienced in the past, are still very much running in our subconscious minds. Our childhood memories are affecting how we are living our lives today. As children, we may have fallen out of the bed or down a flight of stairs. Or ... Views: 101
You hear it all the time. Someone gets angry and dissatisfied with someone else and the person whom they are upset with is the victim. Here is an important question. Why would someone who is happy and content want to abuse another? It just does not make sense. Let's take some less serious ... Views: 95
Waking up is like the sun rising. At first it's mostly dark, as glimmers of consciousness begin to light the shadows. Emerging into full wakefulness, the fogs and veils dissolve and the whole plain of your mind comes into view. It's quiet: a restedness in the body, sleepy still, not yet much ... Views: 43
Accept me as I am; whatever my faults may be, my weaknesses and my strengths. Like me and love me unconditionally. The old is the old, change has taken place, and time has put a divider in between friends.
Learn to look through new eyes, a new perspective, and with new hope. Look through ... Views: 73
Many work hard at achieving success. Unfortunately most of that work is externally oriented. What do I mean by that?
Well I mean that individuals do the following:
1. Learn new skills.
3. Learn to read their environment.
4. Learn to second guess their ... Views: 86
Intentions are those conscious freewill choices you make which help you manifest your life's reality. Too often however these intentions are not only weakened they are also "unconsciously" driven by programming that is rooted in early negative experiences that most people have no way of ... Views: 76
Do you know that bad relationships persist because one (or both)of the partners has significant emotional blocks to being able to leave? Do you know that some of these consist of fears i.e. the fear of being alone, the fear of being unable to cope on one's own, the fear of feeling like a ... Views: 75
Do you know that a relationship breakup can damage one's self esteem and self worth to the point that it can take 3 to 5 years, or more, before the individual regains enough courage to re-enter the dating scene? Do you know this is unnecessary time wasted? Do you know that it is possible to ... Views: 107
Do you know that if your relationship is on the verge of collapse that it is so because of deeply buried emotional forces that you may not even be consciously aware of? Do you know this means that your relationship life has been hijacked away from you without you even realizing it? Do you know ... Views: 80
Do you know the main reason relationships fail is because the individuals in them are emotionally unprepared to have relationships in the first place? Do you know however that emotional adequacy in this context does not require years of psychotherapy but instead simply the recognition and ... Views: 95
Daniel Amen, a psychiatrist and Tedx speaker, revealed to his audience in a segment called “The Most Important Lesson from 83,000 Brain Injuries” the ineffectiveness of modern psychiatric practices. He also referred to the influx of returning U.S. combat veterans who served in Iraq and/or ... Views: 84
It is commonly known that prolonged exposure to combat can serve as a serious trigger for veterans to develop any sort of mental illness. Two types of mental illness, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and depression, are some of the most common, and many of the symptoms overlap, causing frequent ... Views: 89
We hear the word ‘surrender’ and the admonishment to ‘live in the moment’ all of the time in spiritual circles – even ‘Let go and let God’ – However, for many of us, this is not only a challenge, but it often feels impossible as we’ve been so conditioned to ask – ‘and after that?’.
If you ... Views: 91
The trouble with arguments is that they don't work.
I'm not talking about a good debate, where you have some great ideas, and they clash, and you start a healthy back-and-forth that feels fun. I mean arguments – where tension starts to rise, responses start to get personal, and you go around ... Views: 79
We all need an emotional harbor; a place where we can relax our sails of tension, frustration and worry. Needs and definitions vary, and many find sufficient peace and release in the presence of family, friends or others therapeutically. This is a good way to stroke the heart, distract the mind ... Views: 70
Do you know that procrastination is driven by negative feelings and beliefs such as: the fear of failure, fear of disappointment, fear of taking responsibility for one's own life, the need to remain dependent of one's friends, parents, and loved ones, the fear of facing the world and becoming an ... Views: 86
Do you know that feelings of inadequacy serve to significantly paralyze and shut down one's innate and immense potential to create a fulfilling life? Do you know that when one comes into this reality they arrive fully potent and ready to express them self but that the barrage of ... Views: 75
Take a journey with me to the other side of the fear of rejection.
I'm sure you are aware of what this does to you and to your relationships. It leads to an inability to be truly honest with your partner, to be unable to be spontaneously your self, to have to hide behind a mask that will ... Views: 85
Shyness, or what is technically referred to as social anxiety, is something that many individuals suffer with.
It can literally determine the level of success one achieves in areas such as relationships, career, wealth, happiness, fulfillment etc.
It can be a crippling problem associated ... Views: 79
Why does Co-dependence arise? Well because two or more individuals make an unconscious contract with each other to try to satisfy the unmet needs of the other. Initially, especially in the case of a couple, this contract is defined as "love". For instance, how many times have you heard yourself ... Views: 98
Regain Your Inner Core By Working On Core Issues
The concept of family goes back to the beginning of time. It’s the traditional social system that shapes our inter-personal dynamics and provides the working model for the story we create about ourselves. Of course, we’ve all been children at ... Views: 61
Many people define themselves by their past. If you had physical, emotional, or sexual abuse in the past you are angry, depressed, anxious, resentful, mistrusting of people and can't do anything about it, it's just the way it is. However, more people now are discovering that you choose how you ... Views: 57
Do you ever wish that something in your life had happened differently? Maybe you made a bad decision in a career or marriage? Were you bullied in school? at home? at work? Is there a memory that you continue to think about?
There are some simple exercises that can help you heal a memory. It ... Views: 68
People throughout much of the United States will remember the winter of 2013-2014. You have recent memories of shoveling snow, driving through ice, snow, and slush, staying home with the kids when they had a day off, and worrying about the safety of people you know. Those of you who do not live ... Views: 93
Are you one of those individuals who still "lives in the past"? Do you continually find yourself rehashing past events all the while wishing they could have been different, better, more satisfying or fulfilling? Do you continually use the past as a way of licking your wounds and as justification ... Views: 92
As you move through your life do you ever find yourself repeating or recreating situations that are less than desirable? For instance do you find yourself caught in certain self sabotaging or self destructive habits that have taken control over your mind and life? Do you feel sufficiently ... Views: 99
Do you know it's possible to make your public speaking fears disappear to the extent you won't even remember you had the problem in the first place? Does that sound hard if not impossible to fathom? Well, the truth is that your public speaking fears are driven by subconsciously stored negative ... Views: 59
Do you know that most people, without realizing it automatically operate from a series of subconsciously driven programs that cause them by default to feel and behave like dependent, small, helpless and needy children? Do you know this makes them unattractive, unsuccessful in relationships, feel ... Views: 83
Do you know that most people, whether they choose to admit it to themselves or not, feel a sense of inadequacy and incompleteness within? How do I know this? Well if you look around and witness the extent to which many attempt to prop themselves up with wealth, sexy looks, flashy clothes, fancy ... Views: 92
Do you know many individuals who exhibit self sabotaging behaviors don't realize that their minds/bodies have been hijacked by subconsciously held hypnotic-like programs that become automatically triggered by daily events? Do you know that once such programs are activated there is little one can ... Views: 73
How would you know if you were the only sane person in an insane asylum? Now imagine yourself as a child with no prior knowledge of what is sane or normal. How would a child know if they were a sane person in a family with disturbed parents?
A significant part of the trauma of growing up ... Views: 79
Are you one of those people who thinks of everyone else before ever thinking of yourself? Have you been taught that thinking of yourself first is selfish or that you are unworthy of having a happy and fulfilling life? Have you been conditioned to please others at the expense of yourself thereby ... Views: 106
Do you ever feel like life is against you? Do you walk around feeling angry most of the time? Do you spend a lot of your time feeling envious of others? Do you feel cheated or that life has been unfair to you? Well if you answered yes to any of the above then you will likely agree that you feel ... Views: 113
Are you coming off a bad relationship? Are you still feeling the emotional wounds from your ex? Do you have old deeply buried wounds from previously failed relationships? Well if you've answered yes to any one of these then I can guarantee that these scars will, whether you like it or not, ... Views: 52
Do you know that many people who are afraid of rejection, intimacy, and abandonment often tend to fall into self sabotaging behaviors such as manipulation, avoidance, overeating, jealousy, drug and alcohol use, having affairs and so on in order to try and "protect" themselves from being ... Views: 91
Partners love telling each other what to do, how to behave, how to be, what to think, how to feel, and even things like what to eat and how to dress! They are on a mission to change their partner, consciously or not. This is a sign of lack of boundaries and personal ... Views: 58
What happens when you are gripped in fear and anxiety with no idea how to get out? It can be easy to feel trapped in those heavy feelings for days, weeks and for some people even decades... But it doesn't have to be this way!
If you find yourself in a situation where you feel gripped by fear ... Views: 103