To be empowered—to be free, to be unlimited, to be creative, to be genius, to be divine—that is who you are…. Once you feel this way, memorize this feeling; remember this feeling. This is who you really are….
When is that bill due? How do we get the order? When do we close the contract? How much is that going to cost? Why do I choose such a stressful life?
Regardless of which of the myriad insane minutia questions that are continuously spinning around in our mind, they are solely a distraction from the bigger picture.
We find ourselves in a perpetual state of keeping all of the open variables in our world afloat. The continuous daily ballet of maintaining all of the responsibilities that sit upon our shoulders is very capable of blanketing one’s conscious with a continuous layer of distraction so as to mask some of the greater power that lies within each of us.
When we go on vacation, we are often times able to shed significant portions of those responsibilities long enough to reawaken some of the deeper qualities that we treasure most about ourselves. We start to feel more alive, more in touch with the greater stimulations in life.
Dr. Joe Dispenza is excellent at helping people to pierce the daily layer of distraction in order that they might come back into touch with the deeper essence of themselves.
For me, when I am able to get out and walk around with my camera, I am able for a brief period to discard everything that is extraneous from that moment other than being fully present and enjoying whatever subject matter I am photographing. It is a meditative state for me and enables me to discard a lot of the perpetual mindfuck that is continuously swirling around inside.
Whatever distraction or intentional practice you find most useful in this regard should become a regular part of your daily regimen…For as we come back into intimate contact with whom we truly are, our life experience blossoms.
I hope your Thursday is off to a remarkable start.
If you like what you are reading in the blog, you will even love the book more. Take a free preview below and watch the Sizzle Reel. It will give you a sense of how this book might be of help in your life when you are looking to make some tough decisions.
Changing the world…One thought at a time.
This book is written for you. Whether you are just embarking on your journey in life, or if you are a seasoned veteran, we all have so much more to learn. Lessons from the Mountain is a conversational exploration of countless topics of personal and professional self help.
Mr. Weiner has collected a diverse assortment of thoughts from the great sages of the last two millennia, each sparking personalized discussions, intended to stimulate you into deeper contemplation of the subjects that intrigue you.
Leveraging his experiences in building The Illusion Factory and then, Sizzle, Mr. Weiner reflects on numerous moments of engagement that are relevant to all of us as we navigate our path in life.
In this zen entrepreneurial discussion, the myriad topics range from:
• Narrowing choices to increase opportunity
• Assuaging a hurt ego
• Managing the depression that comes with a failure
• Learning to continuously improve
• Owning your mistakes
• Increasing your likelihood for success
• Making ethical choices
• Pursuing seemingly impossible goals
• Coping with a loss
• Making unpopular decisions
• Communicating with compassion
• Learning to collaborate with others more skilled than you
• Accepting your reality, while working to change it
• Stopping bullies in their tracks
• Letting go of anger
• Deepening self-respect
• Understanding love
• Making the planet a better place
• Taking giant risks and succeeding
• The elusive pursuit of happiness
• The art of honesty and friendship
• Following your heart
• Overcoming PTSD
• Learning when to become impartial
• Questioning reality
• The probability of UFOs
• Attracting positive outcomes
• The benefits of being a zen entrepreneur
and many other interesting topics of exploration.
The book has been written over a couple of years of climbing a mountain in the darkness in order to be atop for the sunrise. Photos from those journeys accompany the beautifully illustrated aphorisms, whose content spark each of the philosophical discussions.
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