A State of Mind by John Wood

Today is an excerpt from Possibility…a State of Mind by John Wood Distinguishing ‘Possibility’ From Possibility Possibility is a state of heightened awareness ‘If something can realistically happen, it’s a possibility.’ That dictionary definition is all well and good, but it’s not the meaning referred to in this guide. Beyond this limited definition is a...

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Love & Hate, By M.Neill

Recently, somebody told me that they hated their job. I asked them why, and they started to tell me all the reasons why they hated the job. I told them that wasn’t my question. It was actually: Why would you want to hate the job? And they said they didn’t WANT to hate the job...

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What If You Don’t Exist After Peeling Back The Onion

We are on a journey to find that someone who will complete us. We go from one relationship to the next, always thinking that we’ll find them and be happy. But what if there is no one for you? What if you have to learn how to get your own happiness from within? What does...

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The Secret by Mavis Karn

Here is how to read this letter and get the most out of it. 1. Read it without trying to ‘get it’. Let whatever comes to you while reading this letter come to you. 2. Allow the feeling of the words of this letter to soak into you; like taking a relaxing bath at the...

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Troubleshooting

An excerpt from “Stop Thinking Start Living – Discover lifelong happiness” by Richard Carlson: Troubleshooting is a way of life for many people. It means being on the lookout for what’s wrong, finding flaws, seeking out imperfections, pointing out potential pitfalls, finding fault, generating concerns, being a sceptic, and remembering mistakes. For a computer product...

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Trapped ?

Our ego is designed to create a lot of noise in our heads about nothing, yet can compel us into believing everything it says. Ego is intertwined with our entire being and we really have to come to know it intricately to not succumb to its fantasy world where we are all over the map...

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It’s a Lot Deeper Than You Think…Lets Take a Look.

An excerpt from The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle: Are you worried? Do you have many “what if” thoughts? You are identified with your mind, which is projecting itself into an imaginary future situation and creating fear. There is no way that you can come with such a situation, because it doesn’t exist. It’s...

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Social Masks

As a baby we are given our first social mask by our parents at birth and that comes in the form of a name given to you by them and that starts an identity build where as we grow we learn how to live by example…the example our parents set for us then our siblings...

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Who Are You Really ?

This was written by an amazing woman & good friend Dianne Tarpy. Please check out her website at the bottom of this page: Today, at the dawn of a new day,think about how you makepeople feel. What have you done that people will remember you for?What kindness have you shownto others with whom you live,...

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Insights in the Moment by Jane Tucker: True Love

Insights in the Moment by Jane Tucker:True LoveIf we look for love from outside of ourselves,we’re looking in the wrong direction. This is not tosay that two people can’t find happiness together,can’t be devoted to each other and find rich, beautifulfeelings together, the same goes for people in afamily, or groups of close friends. It...

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Death of Someone You Know

In the most difficult times in life, it is important to know that you are not alone. Death of a loved one can be devastating. It comes as no surprise that grieving and moving forward after death are both complicated processes. Grieving includes feeling sad, angry, numb or confused while trying to find meaning in...

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Awakening To Your Life’s Purpose By Eckhart Tolle

Words, no matter whether they are vocalized and made into sounds or remain unspoken as thoughts, can cast an almost hypnotic spell upon you. You can easily lose yourself in them, become hypnotized into implicitly believing that when you have attached a word to something, you know what it is. The fact is: You don’t...

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