Recently, I was once again humbled at the perfection of how my life is being guided by a wiser intelligence than mine. My soul and Life colluded to give me a message about my life purpose that I cannot deny. Even now, I get chills just recounting the miraculous unfolding of a perfect sequence of
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Thoughts are creative, and unconscious thoughts shape our experience of life. We all know that, but how many of us truly get the significance of that statement? In my last blog I talked about the “glass ceiling” of unconscious thinking that limits how much abundance we can allow into our lives. I’ve been ruminating on
The recent discoveries in neuroscience tell us that our rational, thinking mind does not make most of our decisions or motivate our behavior. It is our subconscious mind that does. Our unconscious limiting beliefs about belonging, attractiveness, our right to have our needs met, and our worthiness of love all impact our behavior and ultimately
Likely most of you have seen this picture at some point. It’s been around for many years. I used it 20 years ago when I taught Stephen Covey’s landmark personal effectiveness workshop, Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. We would divide the workshop participants into two groups. One half would close their eyes, and we
I recently returned from my spring retreat in the immense and beautiful Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. I yearned to rest, reflect, rejuvenate and gain clarity for moving forward in my life. However I was not expecting to gain my clarity from a coyote! All during the week I had powerful encounters with coyotes. However, the
The fear gripped me; I could barely breathe. As I looked up at my white-knuckled hand frantically grasping the fraying root, I searched with hawk-like intensity the cliff wall for another handhold. A part of me knew that at any minute the root would snap, and I would plummet into the black yawning abyss below.