Forgiveness – Deep Clean

A long time ago I came across Ho’oponopono, the ancient Hawaiian / Polynesian process of forgiveness. I used this and had amazing results. I still use this process today, not in the exact method, but in the spirit of it.

I also know that forgiveness is healing.  Did you get that?  Forgiveness is Healing.

The state of forgiveness is more important that the who, what, where, why, and when. However, once in the state of forgiveness, and you have forgiven someone for hurting you, and the reasons why you think they did, go ahead and forgive them for as many possible reasons why they may have hurt you. If you think you know, chances are you don’t. Now, it may not be necessary, but it may be more beneficial in the long term. It kinda cleans up any left over smudges of pain.

I found myself going over situations that pained me in the past, that still pain me in the present. So I started forgiving for multiple possibilities, and in multiple realities, in my multidimensional state, and I have found this to be much more comprehensive. It covered so much more. I felt a deep clean sensation. A complete state. A done-ness that was refreshing.

Go ahead…try it on. Forgive for all possible reasons you can think. Open up and see.

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Jack of All Trades

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The original quote goes: ” a Jack of all trades is a master of none, but often better than a master of one”.

I always felt that my proclivity to learning many things was a bad thing. Then I came across Emily Wapnick’s article and Ted talk on Multipotentialites. I am that…. for sure.  I have done many things, I learn about a lot of things, I am curious about many things.  Up until recently all of these things were purposeful, distracting, and in spite of a limiting belief. Once I resolved (removed) the limiting belief, I feel like a train running downhill. UNSTOPPABLE!

I still struggle with the stigma that I am a jack of all trades, master of none.  It’s usually referred to in the derogatory. In actuality, I am a Master Jack of All Trades.  I learn quickly and competently. I understand systems and how things work.  Then I came across the actual quote.  Interesting how our beliefs create our realities.

The common denominator of all the things I have done, not including the restaurant field, is that I fix things.  I have a knack for figuring out how something is supposed to work, finding the problem then a solution.  Cars, buildings, computers, people; just to name a few. Now I teach martial arts, fitness, self defense, and I am a peak performance coach.

My problem is that if something is not broken, and I need to figure out how something is supposed to work, the problem is not easily seen, hence, the solution is equally evasive. Example; marketing my business, and learning what works. I am learning what doesn’t work, and the trials are frustrating, especially when I am good at finding problems. In a way I need to create problems so I can identify them and try something else. Bring It!

Are you a renaissance man/woman? Shine baby, Shine! Be the Master Jack of All Trades!

 

…often better than a master of one.

 

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Do It

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Original Post 2/17/2015

Do it….Take the first step

Motivation is important. But what do you do when that flash of motivation starts to dim?  Where is the inspiration, the spark that started the whole thing?

A little determination might be in order to keep the motivation in high gear. How about humility, realistic goal setting, clear vision, certainty, or patience? These are just a few ingredients for change.

When I was cycling, I used to look up at the top of a hill I was climbing (searching for my next breath) and realized that I’d get psyched out while looking at the top. I started the mantra “big circles, big circles” (the circles your feet make while pedaling), ignoring the distance to the top to focus on only  making big circles. One circle after another is what got me to the top (as well as that breath I was looking for). I use this mantra while running, practicing karate, teaching, or anything that requires quiet determination…one step at a time.

For some of us the first step is the hardest.  The motivation, inspiration, and all the ingredients are there, however if you are not willing to ACT, you will not move from where you are right now. The first step is the most important. It establishes momentum.  I still find myself struggling with that first step.  My inner thoughts are often: I don’t want to waste time.  I don’t want to make another mistake or I’m afraid my dreams will be shattered and I don’t want to look foolish.   All of these obstacles are self imposed.  Take a step, any step. The right step, the wrong step, any step will do. Take it and see what happens. Some of us need to structure each step. Some of us just need to take the first one and off we go. I tell my karate students all the time, you will never know what you can do unless you try. So….try it.  Take a step.

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Fall In Love

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Original Post: 2/13/2015

When was the last time you fell in love?

You know, that feeling that flows through your entire being, the feeling that influences all your experiences?

Try This On:

Stand in front of the mirror, just like you do every morning, look yourself in the eyes, and say “I Love You”.

Do it!

Do it every morning for 30 days or until you “feel” it.

Go ahead! Make your day!

 

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Q & A

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Questions and answers exist simulateously.

Solutions and problems exist simultaneously. Most often the solution is in the problem itself.

Don’t search for answers… prepare for them. Answers are not “found”, they will show up when you are prepared for them.

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The First Step Requires the Most Effort

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Have you been struggling with that first step, putting off getting into shape, or starting a new fitness program?  How about a new way of eating or taking better care of your physical expression during your time here on this planet?  How many times have you started a new “diet” or exercise program only to succumb to the habit of late night snacks or big eye lunch orders?  How many times have you purchased a piece of exercise equipment only to use it as a way to save “clean” clothes from unnecessary washing? How many gym memberships have you purchased only to lose interest after a few months for one reason or another? Believe me when I say I’ve done all that and more.

It’s nearly impossible to “jump” from one level of vibration to another at the whim of a highly charged momentary desire for change. Especially if that charge is in a desperate place. After all, your current situation is a manifestation of all that you are and all you have been up to this moment. Imagine having the ability to manifest all you want and at the same time “un-manifest” all you have…that’s right….un-manifest!

How about trying a new way to make lasting change in your life;  One small step at a time?Fitness: Starting can be as easy as doing one pushup a day for the next 7 days.  Do them that same time every day (habit making); for example, every morning before you get ready for your day. Do one pushup. Once you are motivated to do an extra one, start doing two (but never do less than your last highest number), then three, and four, etc.  Before you know it, you’ll be pumping out pushups until they get boring.

Diet: Can be as easy as starting with a small change in quantity as well as a small change in quality. Portion control of one meal (usually your late meal) can make a big difference in how you feel in the morning.  WHAT you eat is more important than HOW MUCH you eat. Small changes start habits. (2% rule) Eating well is as much a habit as eating poorly. Good habits are as easily made as bad habits, except when conflicting with the bad habits.  When we attempt to replace those bad habits with good ones, it seems more difficult because we are so much more connected to the process. How, then, can we use this information to help us make better choices in our lives? One small step at a time… Go Ahead…Try It On!

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You Are Beautiful

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Original Post: 2015-02-23

How do you address your significant other (or anyone that you love, admire, or appreciate. It could even be a pet)? Do you call them by name, or do you use words like “Love’ and “Honey”, or “Baby”, or “Beautiful”?  Are you addressing what you LOVE about them?  Are you speaking to the part of them that shines?

So, you show them, and vibrate with, appreciation and admiration then? Do you express, from your heart, through your voice-box (or non-verbal) toward them? Hmmm…….You CAN?   Great!

NOW, Can You Talk to Yourself Like That?

Go ahead….try it on. Make Your Day!

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