Between Worlds

April 29, 2020

  “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the  last of the human freedoms- to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

Viktor Frankl

I feel like I am living between worlds.  I still have one foot in the old world, a world that is quickly vanishing and my other foot in a brave new world. When will I allow myself to totally embrace the new and let go of the old? Maybe it is being courageous enough to just walk right into it. Maybe all I have to do is leave behind all the baggage of  limiting thoughts, beliefs, habits, behaviors and fears that have created all the upheaval in the world. Could it be that easy? Does it take a crisis to recognize this truth?

 

So many questions. There are many people who are hurting more than ever. The massive changes in the world has caused havoc in peoples  lives. Alcoholism, child abuse, domestic violence are at an all time high. In Naturopathic terms, this is called a healing crisis. Everything is coming to the surface to be healed. All our fears, worries, insecurities, and darkness that we want to hide is all being revealed. The corruption, deceit, and cover-ups are bubbling up to the surface. Everything is being exposed.

Staying calm in the midst of the upheaval takes faith in knowing that everything is for the greater good. The divine operation is always for expansion and greater expression. This means something beyond what has gone before. Something entirely new. However, this understanding comes from deep contemplation and practice. Practicing being mindful and to observe my emotions, is where the answers to these questions reveal themselves. To listen and feel my feelings without judgement. To be compassionate with myself and love myself deeply. When I do this, I am ready to step into the brave new world. I then am ready to let go of the old world of limitation and put both feet fully committed into the unknown. A world that is full of miracles and wonder. If you are feeling like you’re between worlds. Let’s take that leap of faith together. Are you ready?


Every Day In Every Way

June 28, 2018

The key to happiness is really progress, growth, constantly working on yourself and developing something.

Lewis Howes

 

This is the kaizen principle. The kaizen method is the Japanese word for improvement. In business, kaizen refers to activities that continuously improve all functions of you business and involve all employees from the CEO to the assembly line workers.

It is constant and never- ending improvement every day to bring you and your business to a higher level.

What are you doing today that will improve your life? What are your thought feelings and actions?

What if you invested an hour each day to create new ideas or improve in some way? The mornings are a great time to contemplate and stir up your imagination to improve. Before the hustle and bustle of the day, the morning offers solitude and peace to really think about where you are and where you would like to go.

The natural laws of the life are to grow and thrive. If you plant a tomato seed in healthy soil, give it water, fertilizer, sun, care for it and remove the weeds that will try to take over, you will be rewarded with an abundant of fruit.

Well the same laws apply to your life. If you want to improve your circumstances, you must take the time to feed your mind with positive thoughts,  practice the kaizen method, and you too will be rewarded with an abundant of good things!

If your business or life is struggling in any way to survive, take the time to dive deep into contemplation, and look to see how you can improve it.

Hiring a coach to discover ways to eliminate negative habits, beliefs, and behaviors can save you countless hours, dollars and stress.

Isn’t it time for you to thrive?