Sunday, 5 December 2010

Zen moment....

Friday, 12 November 2010

For an optimist, a crises is an opportunity

One of the hidden benefits of a crisis is the opportunity to transform in the face of disaster. During your crisis you have the potential to shift directions and make important changes in your life. Even in the darkest of times you are able to re-evaluate the meaning of life, discover your life mission, and gain a greater sense of direction and purpose.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

The negative you see is just a sign to become the positive you don't see (yet)

What if, dear reader, loneliness was simply a feeling of impatience, telepathically sent to you by friends you've yet to meet, urging you to go out more, do more, and get involved, so that life's serendipities could bring you together... Would you still feel alone?

What if illness was just the signal a healthy body sent to urge clarification of your thoughts, feelings, and dreams... Would you still, at times, think of yours as diseased?

And what if poverty and lack were simply demonstrations of your manifesting bravery, as a personal challenge to acquire wealth and abundance... Would they still cause you to feel powerless?

What if mistakes and failures only ever happened when your life was about to get better than it's ever been before... Would you still call them mistakes and failures?

What if feelings of uncertainty and confusion were only reminders that you have options, that there's no hurry, and that everything is as it should be... Would you still feel disadvantaged?

Monday, 4 October 2010

Manifesting a good life

It's one trick, dear reader, to manifest exactly what you want.

It's another to bring about something even better.

Leave the door open,


The ease of change, dear reader, is directly proportional to one's willingness to reconsider what's best for themselves.

I say let it be easy -

Responsability for our actions, thoughts and happiness

Young souls learn to accept responsibility for their actions.

Mature souls learn to accept responsibility for their thoughts.

And old souls, dear reader, learn to accept responsibility for their happiness.