When I published Finding Zero-A Practical Guide to Manifesting Your Abundance in 2015, I released the World Perception Model question process that would provide for you a guide to how you see the world. In the model, there are three distinct ways you can view the world, sparked by your...
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Like most people, I find myself caught between the world we knew and the world we’re in, a world of transition to a new place, a new state of normal. And during this time there are things I really do not like. My elderly father had two falls at...
In the last post we talked about the impact of Covid-19 and the extreme uncertainty that has spiralled across the world because of the large – and largely publicised – deaths we have all seen on television and computer screens. As we ended that post, I planted a seed...
One of the most vital aspects in determining your RESPONSE-ABILITY is the amount of programming you choose to consume every day. And in the current worldwide situation, too much exposure to ‘keeping up to date’ is not helpful. There’s a difference between being educated and dwelling on the subject....
In tumultuous times of upheaval, when we are faced not only with health concerns but also economic and socioeconomic challenges, when social distancing is creating more space at the exact time when we have to come together – what do we do? We have to accept that there are...
As the world comes face to face with a 1 in 100-year event, we are all coming face to face with challenges to the way we have led our lives. Across the world, industries are shutting down, people are balanced on a precipice of fear vs rationality. Two sentences...
You have to fall in love with the process, not just the goal. Sure, the goal matters. But if you don’t love the walk to the buffet, you aren’t likely to take the first step. If you don’t like the journey or the process that is required for you...
Do I fold or scrunch? Makes no difference if I have no toilet paper. We all know what stress does to us. We tighten up. Our breathing becomes shallow. Our mind becomes very scatty – unable to focus on just one thing. Everything appears to be urgent and important...
I’m just finishing on my second reading of Wishes Fulfilled by Dr Wayne Dyer. It’s one of my favourite books because it points the possibility of creating a world driven by our deepest desires as long as they are based in love. There are many sections of this book...
Robert Heinlein, a classic sci-fi writer from the ’50s and ’60s wrote a book called Stranger in a Strange Land, where the protagonist, Valentine Michael Smith comes to Earth in early adulthood after being raised by Martians. I have to say, that I have not read it, but my father...
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