Mar 2, 2008

Einstein's Question

" Is the Universe friendly to our desires?"

Einstein suggested that the answer to this was very important.

It seems a little unusual that a scientist like Einstein would imply
that the Universe might have a bias about whether we succeed or not.
However, I think he was asking us to decide if the universe was
designed to make it easy for us,or difficult.

In other words,is there enough to go around?

How we answer this question does make a big difference!After all,
if there is a limited supply of "stuff" and lots of people want it,
then life is difficult.Many people believe this way.We call it "scarcity" or "lack" thinking.It"s hard to be
grateful when there is not enough.
This believe leads to competitive thinking - the idea that in order
to get what you want,you have to take it away from someone else.
this is a believe system that encourages fear and worry.Most sales
training is based on this idea.So are all wars.

How easy is it for anyone to be grateful when they think that the
Universe is designed to make things tough for them.

Let me show you how abundant the universe really is.
Both science and spirituality tell us that everything is made out
of the same original stuff.Science calls it energy.So how much is
there to make more of whatever we need?
A recent scientific survey shows that only 4% of the available
energy was used to make the entire universe!There is 96% left over,
or enough for 25 more universes!
That seems pretty abundant to me.

So let's choose a different way of thinking.We can see an abundant
supply,rather than scarcity.We can choose to create our success,
rather than compete for a limited supply.When we do this,we cease
to be victim of circumstances and we begin to reclaim our power over our lives!

Seeing the Universe this way is the first step In the law of gratitude.

Have a great week,

Jan 28, 2008

Change others

Consider how hard it is to change yourself and you'll
understand what little chance you have in trying to change others."
-- Jacob M.Braude!

I'm sure we've all wished, at some point or another, for someone
to change their ways.

Perhaps a friend. A work colleague. A relative. Maybe even a stranger.

"If only they would do this or that..." "If only they'd be more like
such-a-body..." "I wish she would change her ways..."You know the kind
of thing...But however much you wish and hope, you can't change
someone. They have got to do that for themselves.There's a great line
in the film "The Matrix" where Morpheus tells Neo something along the
lines of...

"I can open the door -- But you have to walk through it."
And that's just it. The most we can do for others is open the door...
a door-way to better choices and increased opportunities for personal
growth.You can certainly inspire, inform, influence or support someone in a
positive way towards change, but that's as far as it goes.And,
ultimately, you can only help someone who wants to change!Like Jacob's
quote, you know how challenging it can be to make changes yourself.So,
stand back a little ... accept that some people do not want to change
or are quite happy with their lives ... and direct your energies to
either changing yourself or to those who want to change and appreciate
your guidance.

Enjoy your day!

Jan 13, 2008

The Power of Prosperity

So what's the secret of creating prosperity? And just what does
prosperity really encompass?

It's a subject that has been studied and taught for ages. Yet
there is so much misinformation about the topic it's staggering.
Here are a few things we can say for sure:
The cliché that money doesn't buy happiness is true for the most
part. But it is also a safe bet to say poverty puts a large down
payment on unhappiness.

We can say that money alone does not make someone prosperous.
However, we don't ever want to make statements like, "It's just
money," or "just things." We know at their core level, money and
all things are actually energy vibrations. And positive or neutral
energy can be repelled by negative energy.

So what makes up real prosperity?

I believe it is a multi-faceted state. Health certainly plays a
large factor. Having a body that can't keep pace with your mind
can be a very distressing situation. Healthy relationship would be
another big factor. We all need people to share things with,
challenge us, and keep us vital. It's important that some of those
people call us on "our stuff," and protect against the very human
tendency toward delusion and narrow mindedness.

Another big part is a strong spiritual connection - being grounded
and in touch with the force greater than us all. I don't subscribe
to the judgmental beliefs of some in organized region that only a
devotion to a specific deity provides peace and harmony. I know
people of many faiths, and others who have a powerful connection to
nature or universal law that have attained wonderful states of
spiritual bliss.

I am sure many would find it shocking that I suggest both
selfishness and selflessness play a part as well. And those two
things are not as exclusive as they may seem on the surface. To
reach real prosperity, you must take care of your own needs first.
Contrary to what many believe, if more people were selfish, the
world would be a much kinder place. Taking care of other people's
needs before your own leads to co-dependency and enablement, and
very unhealthy mental health for all involved.

Yet part of being selfish can be the joy you get from helping
others. Helping those less fortunate than yourself makes you feel
good. And it can provide you with a greater appreciation for the
blessings you have in your own life. That feeling of gratitude is
a powerful prosperity element.

We must also develop certain traits and skills to manifest abundant
prosperity into our lives. We need self-discipline, the power of
concentration, a thirst for knowledge, and an active imagination.
These things keep us moving forward on personal growth, give us
determination to overcome temporary obstacles, and seeking greater
good - but without losing the balance necessary to enjoy that
greater good. Which takes us back to the most intriguing

Just how important are money and material things to living a life
of prosperity?

I think they are less important than many poor people believe - yet
a lot more necessary than many mystical and religious leaders
suggest. Like a lot of poor people, when I was broke, I thought
money would solve all of my problems. Rich people had a lot of
things I wanted and I thought having them would bring me happiness.
That turned out not to be the case. I went from being a very
unhappy and poor to a very cynical person with money.

I bounced from one dysfunctional relationship after another. And
once I started to get money, I tried to fix these with that money.
So every time a relationship reached a stress point, I thought a
new dinette set, an expensive piece of jewelry, or a European
vacation would solve it.

Of course, that just prolonged the inevitable. The core issue was
my worthiness issues. Because I had low self-esteem,
subconsciously I didn't believe I deserved to be happy. This
prevented me from accepting love, and thus unable to open up and
give it. When you love yourself, you can love another, and find
great happiness with each other, even in the absence of material
wealth. If you don't like yourself, you'll do nothing but find
fault in everyone and everything around you.

We like to believe that money and things can solve all of our
problems, but usually they can just assuage our feelings or
distract us from the core causes. If you make bad choices when you
are poor, there is no reason to believe that you won't make the
same bad choices if you were to win the lottery or inherit a
sizable fortune. In fact, research has shown conclusively that
poor people who come into a windfall almost invariably face
disaster because of it.

To achieve happiness, I had to do a whole lot of work on myself.
And that's when prosperity started to manifest itself more and more
for me. But that takes us back to that intriguing question

material possessions can become a slippery slope, always seeking
for the next thing. And money can have the same effect. I think
one of the most lack expressions ever spoken is, "how much is
enough, anyway?" But that doesn't mean that some people never
stop seeking more money at the expense of true prosperity.

I don't think, "having your needs met" can really qualify for
prosperity and abundance. You have no need to see a rainbow, hear
your favorite singer sing, or play with a puppy. Yet these things are
wonderful demonstrations of prosperity. And if you reduce your
wants to only the things you need such as shelter and food, you
would miss some extraordinary things that can add much texture, joy
and beauty to your life.

The skeptic mired in lack, makes statements like, "a car just takes
you from point A to point B." What nonsense.

Money can do a lot for your prosperity. And so can material

This is not to diminish the ever-present prosperity that surrounds
us at all times. Eating a three-dollar frozen pizza while watching
a thunderstorm can be as wonderful as a $500 dinner at D'Vito's in
South Beach.Spending a four-hour dinner engrossed in
thought-provoking conversation with good friends can give you a
greater high than buying a $20,000 watch.

But you don't have to choose...

Nature presents us with opportunities to experience abundance all
the time. And as sentient beings with inquisitive minds, we have
all kinds of chances to develop even greater prosperity. Why not
celebrate it all?

Have a great week,

Dec 20, 2007

How you can attract what you want ? every time

A lot of people talk about the Law Of Attraction and how
working with this fundamental, universal law can help you
live the life of your dreams.

The premise is simple - what you think and believe is what
you get.

Change what you think and believe you change your reality.

Simple - right?

But the truth is - it's not that easy to change your thoughts
and beliefs - especially if you don't know how.

The first step to attract what you want and working with the
Law Of Attraction is to change or shift your energy.

Everything in this world is made up of energy including us.

Other people pick up on your energy. If it's positive you'll
attract positive people into your life. If you have negative
energy, you'll always attract negative people and negative
situations into your life.

If you find that you are getting exactly what you don't want
or if you find that you are not getting what you want then
there's a very good chance that you're simply sending out
the wrong energy.

In the end you'll attract what corresponds to your energy.
Negative energy attracts negative situations.

Positive energy attracts positive situations. It's really
that simple.

Change your energy - and you'll likely start getting what
you want.

Just what is your energy?

Your energy is based on your thoughts and beliefs.

Your subconscious mind picks up on your thoughts and beliefs
and goes out and creates situations that correspond to your
thoughts and beliefs.

Other people pick up your energy on a subconscious level.
They're not consciously aware of your energy but they just
develop a feeling about you based on your energy.

This is how the Law Of Attraction works - it's tied to the
beliefs that your subconscious simply follows - attracting
the people, situations and opportunities that mirror your

If you constantly think of the worst, if you find that you
are negative, if you don't believe that you can ever achieve
anything, if you don't believe that anybody can be good, if
you constantly complain, if you always see the worst in
situations, if you regularly put others down, if you're just
a negative person you will develop negative energy and in
the end you'll only attract more negative situations into
your life.

In the end - your negative energy makes your life miserable
and it becomes to achieve your goals and create the changes
that you want.

At the same time you repel positive people and positive

So by being negative or by developing negative energy things
will continue to get worse. Being negative is really a no
win situation and you should do everything that you can to
stop being negative and eliminate any negative energy that
you have.

So what do you do?

How do you turn things around?

Change the way you see things and begin eliminating the
negative thoughts and negative beliefs. This will help change
your energy so that you begin attracting what you want.

This means that you focus on positive situations, understand
that things will work out, look for solutions instead of
complaining, be more understanding instead of getting angry,
try to look at things from a different perspective, embrace
changes and look for opportunities instead of focusing on the
problems and no longer believing that the worst will happen.

As you continually change the way you think and see things
you'll begin to naturally attract more positive situations
into your life.

You may have heard it before: you are what you attract.
And if you are not getting what you want out of life it's
time to change the way you think and act, then only will you
be able to change your energy and attract better, positive
situations into your life while creating and attracting what
you want.

During the day observe how you respond to situations, see
how you react to things you don't like, or just to
situations in general.

Pay attention to the comments you make to friends,
colleagues and relatives.

Are they positive or negative?

Do you always point out the negative?

Do you complain or think of the worst?

If something goes wrong do you get angry, blame somebody, or
have a series of negative thoughts?

Or do you focus on a solution, accept responsibility and
create the changes that you want?

If you find that you have a negative reaction then you're
only creating more negative energy and attracting more
negative situations.

Start changing how you think.

Create positive thoughts and positive beliefs.

Focus on finding solutions and you'll begin attracting more
positive situations into your life.

Take Positive Action

Besides just changing your thoughts and beliefs you also
need to change your actions and how you respond to

If you come across somebody who is wealthy and you have a
negative reaction others will pick up on this. They will be
less likely to help you become wealthy because you're sending
out the message that you don't like wealth or wealthy people
so why should they help you?

Now if you were to embrace somebody who was wealthy, applaud
them for their success, and praise them for their
accomplishment then you will create positive energy and in
the end they will pick up on the energy that says you think
having wealth is a good thing and others would be more
willing to help you create wealth.

You cannot attract that which you are not. You only attract
what you are.

If you are not kind, thoughtful, understanding, supportive
and encouraging you simply won't attract great people with
those qualities into your life.

Make it a daily habit to look for the positive qualities in
people that you interact with.

If you have a boss that you feel is difficult then look for
and focus on his or her positive qualities. By doing this
you'll begin to change the energy between the two of you and
you might find that after a while things begin to improve.

Begin changing the way you see things.

Start being the kind of person you want others to be. Take
time to be nice and look for positive situations in people
and in all situations.

Your subconscious mind will then begin to attract all that
you want in life and more.

There is one catch to all this: you have to practice this
with all your heart.

That means you have to be serious about it and you have to
intend your goodwill and kindness. You can't just be nicer,
and more positive just to attract better situations in life.
If you practice what I just suggested and don't have serious
intentions you'll only attract people who are the same they'll
end up manipulating you and taking advantage of you in the
same way.

This is not something to take lightly.

Studies have shown that those who are more positive, kinder
and more considerate stand a better chance of achieving
their goals and are more likely to live fulfilling lives.

Stop being negative.

Take positive actions.

Search for solutions.

Look at things differently.

Search for the good in people that you interact with.

Take time to be complimentary and positive.

When you do all of the above you get your subconscious mind
working for you. You change your energy level and your
subconscious begins to create more positive situations. Stay
negative and you get negative situations.

It's time for a new approach and you will begin to see
dramatic improvements if you follow the simple steps I just

Start shifting your energy and you will begin attracting
what you want and you'll eliminate all those negative
situations in your life.

You can create a better life.
You can attract what you want.
You have the power and ability to do anything you want.
Begin changing your energy and begin creating the life that
you want.

Thank You,

Dec 9, 2007

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Dec 1, 2007

Inspirational message

Today, I found an inspirational message on the Net.
I've copied and pasted it here... I really think you'll like
it.Does any of this ring true for you?* * * Isn't it amazing that
George Carlin - comedian of the 70's and 80's - could write something
so very eloquent...and so very appropriate.A Message by George Carlin:

The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but
shorter tempers, wider Freeways , but narrower viewpoints.
We spend more, but have less, we buy more, but enjoy less.
We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time.
We have more degrees but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgment, more
experts, yet more problems, more medicine, but less wellness.
We drink too much, smoke too much, spend too recklessly, laugh too little,
drive too fast, get too angry, stay up too late, get up too tired, read too
little, watch TV too much, and pray too seldom.
We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values.
We talk too much, love too seldom,and hate too often.
We've learned how to make a living, but not a life.
We've added years to life not life to years.
We've been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing
the street to meet a new neighbor.
We conquered outer space but not inner space.
We've done larger things, but not better things.
We've cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul.
We've conquered the atom, but not our prejudice.
We write more, but learn less.
We plan more, but accomplish less.
We've learned to rush, but not to wait.
We build more computers to hold more information, to produce more
copies than ever, but we communicate less and less.
These are the times of fast foods and slow digestion, big men
and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships.
These are the days of two incomes but more divorce, fancier houses,
but broken homes.
These are days of quick trips, disposable diapers, throwaway
morality, one night stands, overweight bodies, and pills that do
everything from cheer, to quiet, to kill.
It is a time when there is much in the showroom window and
nothing in the stockroom.
A time when technology can bring this letter to you, and a time
when you can choose either to share this insight, or to just hit delete...
spend some time with your loved ones, because they are not going to
be around forever. Remember, say a kind word to someone who looks up
to you in awe, because that little person soon will grow up and leave your
side.Remember, to give a warm hug to the one next to you, because that
is the only treasure you can give with your heart and it doesn't cost a
cent.Remember, to say, "I love you" to your partner and your loved
ones, but most of all mean it. A kiss and an embrace will mend hurt
when it comes from deep inside of you.
Remember to hold hands and cherish the moment for someday that person
will not be there again.
Give time to love, give time to speak! And give time to share the
precious thoughts in your mind.
AND ALWAYS REMEMBER:Life is not measured
by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our
breath away.
If you don't send this to at least 8 people.....Who
cares?George Carlin


Have a great weekend,

Nov 24, 2007

The truth

In Jerry Spence's book, "How to Argue and Win Every Time"
he states it clearly:

"The most articulate, greasy-lipped lawyer is not
able to fool ordinary juries, at least not for long. But my
two-year-old grandson, pounding the table with his rattle, is credible.
He cannot launch a pedagogical argument brimming with splendid language.
Yet, when the child cries, we know he is hungry or tired. Credibility
is becoming the child."

Could YOU be more credible?
Could YOU wear your heart on your sleeve a little more?
Could YOU be open to becoming the child again?

Winston Churchill said: "What the people really want to
hear is the truth. It is the exciting thing - to speak the

Today, at least, try being more open to the truth.Try being more
readable. More honest. More sharing. More "heart-on-sleeve."And see
what a difference being more genuine and credible really makes.

Open to You,