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Transform your left brain into a hawk training your thoughts to partner 50/50 with your Inner Child, and the creativity of your right brain to become unstoppable in your purpose.

April 11th, 2011 1 Comment » Filed under The Hawk Mindset

Let me elaborate…

In a nutshell,  I am a Thought Master… An Authority in Thoughts. I studied the human mind for a lifetime, researched the CRUCIAL field and science of thoughts in depth in relationship with marketing and the new business mindset for the last 4 years,  24/7  and the bottom line is reflected like a mirror  in the above title.

Transform your left brain into a hawk training  your thoughts  to partner 50/50 with your Inner Child, and the creativity of your right brain to become unstoppable in your purpose.

In other words, become a Black Belt Thought Master. An Expert in harnessing your thoughts to work for you, not against you.

After 4 years of developing my own comprehensive trans formative thought training program I can finally say that the whole  vision is condensed in the above  title and the 3 following paragraphs…

 

I inspire Entrepreneurs  to train themselves to copy and paste” the model of a butterfly by breathing transformation.


 

Train themselves  to “copy and paste” the model of the Hawk Mindset to optimize their left brain, and…

 

 

partner with their Inner Child who is to hold and manage the passion and creativity of  their right brain, 50/50 in the magic middle line, where the expansion of  their Internal Visionary Team takes place.

 

I believe with all my heart in that quote of Albert Einstein that says: “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”   I believe with all my heart that aligning your thinking to work for you instead of against you in this time and age is imperative.

Period.

The huge 80% failure in small businesses comes straight from the thinking frequency you are vibrating. Therefore, getting on with your thoughts is needed not today. Yesterday!

The only truth is that while you feel helpless your thoughts are creating your reality as we speak and there are a lot of thoughts in that process that simply do not belong to you, you see?  So there is no time to waste. You have 2 choices.

  1. Train your Thoughts to work for you. Kiss the pain of dissociation good bye.
  2. Or maintain the status quo.  Be the victim of Thoughts creating your reality that are not working for your benefit. …Those have to go, darling! Besides they are not even yours.

Here is to you and your success thinking, feeling  and speaking the language of the heart. And activating the magnet of your heart.

With a hawk as your  left hand and your Inner Child as your right hand ready to unite and partner supporting  your Internal Visionary Team for success in your business. Associating the Dissociated Inside Out.

                 Here are  some more details about the BIG WHY’S.

           “Why the Hawk Mindset”

http://www.soulhangout.net/so-why-the-hawk-mindset/

“Why the Inner Child”

http://www.soulhangout.net/whyyourinnerchildinchargeofyourvisionaryteam/

If you want to go deeper on the Inner Child, this is for you. You will love it.

http://www.soulhangout.net/howtoharnessthepowerofyourinnerchildtoachievesoulpurpose/

The Seven Pillars of Thought, the Foundation of the Mindset

http://www.soulhangout.net/the-seven-pillars-of-thought-the-foundation-of-the-mindset/

Here is the One on One Coaching Program including some more information

http://www.soulhangout.net/6-benefits-to-find-out-why-re-parenting-your-inner-child-is-a-good-idea/

So, your Hawk Mindset course is composed of 3 modules”

  1. Thought /Heart Mastery
  2. The Seven Pillars of Thought
  3. Your Internal Visionary Team

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It’s Friday Already!

April 9th, 2011 No Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

My friends over the years have always laughed at me in that way that only true friends mirror back to you with the humor of their acceptance. It happens that as far in the past as I can remember, I always was a junky for that human connection that comes from a smile, a hug, or a soul to soul conversation. It felt so good that it was always the rule to see me hug total strangers on the street after a glance or a two word phrase. I felt it kept me alive…little did I know consciously at the time that there was a very good reason for that. We are all one and living with the pretension of being so separated and in  competition with one another, was a huge burden to carry. So, I went through life acknowledging as many people as I could looking for my drug…the need to be connected, even if it was just waving at every person at every car that passed by when I was 5 years old…it makes me happy that my grandson inherited that condition…a bigger than him need to connect to strangers…what does that mean…that they are not strangers for him, the way they were not strangers for me at an unconscious level.

A few weeks ago in the fast forward wave we are riding, a dear friend on Facebook, the “Hawk”, who has earned her name with honor for walking through life like the sacred bird of the soul, with keen vision, and….., posted in Facebook, one phrase:  “It’s Friday already”. That phrase brought instant memories of  a story about an encounter with a “soul sister” or what we call a “stranger” in this planet. I couldn’t resist to share with my friend the “Hawk” that her post reminded me of this story and I promised to tell her the story…here it goes, a few weeks late, but you don’t mess with a hawk :) .

It was Friday night, late, close to 10 pm.(at the time I did catering on top of my Hispanic Media advertising job, so I had to prepare some food for a client. I headed to the Safeway in Adams Morgan. The place was empty.  You could feel the “farandula” on the streets, and the restaurants and bars around were filled with guests ready to decompress after a rat race week. I did my shopping slowly, almost in slow motion.  When I was done, I walked on the empty aisles heading to the cashier. By the time I was approaching the hall to find the probably only open cashier, there was a black woman probably in her fifties like myself, coming towards me.  She looked at me straight in the eyes and said “It’s Friday!  Already”  I stopped, connected with her eyes and answered, somehow like picking up a conversation we have had before, that was written in the wind… like in total astonishment of that strange perception of time we are used to…”Yes! Can you believe it?…like that, just like that and I snapped my fingers in disbelief.

“Yes!” she said emphasizing even more that sense of absurdity of time, and repeated “Can you believe it?” echoing my disbelief.

“Before you know, you realize on a  Fridays that  5 years went by”, just like that” I added opening my arms to gesture with my hands the feeling of empathy and acknowledgment… Yes!!! years gone…just like that…She answered: “Yes!!! Just like that.  It was then when we started a duo of laughter.  The kind of laughter that comes from your stomach…the best kind, especially if it is in the same frequence of vibration. From then on,   we completely lost track of time. I don’t know how long we laughed, I don’t know if there were people around, I don’t know if the cashier was there watching us…it felt like it was her and myself our laughter, our connection and the thought we were sharing…the absurdity of time. I don’t know how long the laughter lasted. I know it lasted as long as we both were completely satisfied with its vibration. I know when it finally ended  felt like I landed in my body again and there it was. The cashier probably patiently waiting to run our  groceries through the register. We cashed out and hugged. A long,  bear endearing and grateful hug with no restrictions. We both thanked each other. “Have a beautiful life and see you in five years” I said laughing. We smiled with that satisfied smile that comes after pleasure, a moment of  oneness in the land of separation… each one took her own way. I never saw her again, and I always will remember her with gratefulness and love for those moments of  joy.

Thank you Bertee, for reminding me of that experience.

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“The Hawk Mindset” A “Thought Masters” Transformational Training

March 31st, 2011 No Comments » Filed under The Hawk Mindset

What is it?

My newly developed program.

But let me tell you the story…It happened in facebook  as so many other things happening  dispersed within thoughtful and soulful facebook threads.

My fb friend Dalia ElGabaly gets in my chat box to say “hi”  and touch base, as many other times before when we talked about our mutual projects in life purpose.  We are pretty much on the same page. She is the first Arab woman to bring NLP to the Arab countries I profoundly admire her.  She has been telling me for a while now,  while I have been working  in creating my program,  that she wanted to translate it  into Arabic as soon as it was ready. We have  been exploring on several ideas to work together in the near future.

Now I have her in my chat box. Excited about the news, I tell her that the program map, is ready to go and in the editing  process. After a few minutes of chatting she asked me the question: “What is the name of the program?”  I stopped, thought for a moment  and remember  how the name of the format came from a thread from facebook.  “Co-Creative Circles of Coherence”  mastermind groups to consciously connect and combine intelligence. Remember? It was my facebook  friends who helped me come up with a concept for the mastermind groups. Right then is when I realized I had done everything to launch the program except think of a name for it.  It made me laugh!

I don’t remember what I answered to Dalia, but soon we went on with the situation about Egypt and her involvement in the revolutionary process…as everything she does it was a  fascinating revolutionary experience.

So, after we finished chatting, as you can imagine,  she left  me with the need to find the name, PRONTO.  Prior to this incident with Dalia, I  had a conversation with Michelle Nixon, my partner and friend about “The Hawk”.  Michelle had said she loved the visual and the word hawk in the title. After all, the hawk is an important component of the program.  It happens that the first step  is to assign a hawk to watch your thoughts…A Hawk provides a powerful symbolism to our equation.  I love what Susannah  @ “Divine Sparks”  has to say about that symbolism.

Here it is…you will understand how powerful it is to have a hawk as a model and on your side.

“In representation to humanity, the hawk is called messenger, protector and visionary. Keen vision is one of its greatest gifts. Hawks see things others miss.

The hawk comes to you indicating that you are now awakening to your soul purpose, your reason for being here. It can teach you how to fly high while keeping yourself connected to the ground…” (read the rest)

http://divinesparks.blogspot.com/2008/04/hawk-symbolism.html

Thank you so much Susannah for that profoundly powerful article.

I am so grateful to Michelle for seeing  the need to bring our hawk to the title. She definitely has the “Hawk” mindset.  After giving it a little thought, the name came up: “Hawk  Mindset”  A Thought Master Training for Entrepreneurs. It came up on March 23rd. 2011.

Therefore my friends, after 4 years of research and a lifetime of conscious experience in the field of the thoughts, I am proud to share the name of  “The Hawk Mindset” program soon to be launched and the story behind it with you. You all are participants of this journey.

So what is the “Hawk Mindset”?

It is an experimental experiential program consciously connecting and combining information to inspire the Art of the Cooperative Entrepreneur mindset, divided in 3 modules.

  1. “Thought Masters” (I know you are thinking “what’s up with the hawk” ). To become a “Thought Master”, the first step is to assign a hawk to monitor your thoughts.  Thought Masters  know how to use  the power of their thoughts to work for them instead of against them.  To get there, they need keen vision to monitor. The Hawk becomes your left hand.
  2. “The Seven Pillars of Thought, the Foundation of the Mindset. Acknowledgment-Truth-Fear-Judgment-Error-Clarity-Self Responsibility”. An in depth review of the pillar concepts in your mind to align them to the same vibration of your heart.
  3. “Your Inner Child, head of your Visionary Team.” Incorporate your Inner Child in your life.  Your right hand. Recover and remember your right brain attributes, creativity, innovation, community collaboration, critical thinking and more. Your Inner Child will make them work for you. He will become the motor of your passion to contribute.

In other words, when you create your Internal Visionary Team, those are the two most important parts of yourself you need to remember. The hawk and your Inner Child will take you anywhere you envision going. Your left hand and your right hand in partnership.

I want to thank everybody who helped with their ideas and enlightened conversations to make this come true.

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Start up Entrepreneur’s Live Thoughts Out Loud

October 23rd, 2010 17 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

THE INNER CHILD ..

I was born on March 9th, of the year 1949 in Santiago, Chile. The city of the valleys  surrounded by mountains. In the winter, those mountains were covered with snow. When the sun came out of his hiding place behind the clouds, and lit the snow on its thick  coat on the mountains, against the clear blue sky they just  reflected the immaculate shine of their whiteness on us, the inhabitants of the city, as if they were reminding us to celebrate the powerful star in the center of our universe.

Exacerbating its brightness to the point that your eyes would almost get blinded with such clarity. As if they wanted to remind us of our own brightness and immaculate whiteness.

Bringing the message of the heart from the Condor from the South.

That is perhaps one of the things I miss the most about Santiago. The joy of the snowy mountains on a winter sunny day. Every time I go visit, I secretly hope the next day will be sunny and bring that memory and magnificently comforting  feeling of my childhood. I can’t stop admiring them and talking about their majesty. My nieces laugh at me. They are used to them. They never left them for good. They see them with different eyes.

My early childhood went by,  surrounded by flowers, butterflies, Swiss cotton, velvet, and organza, music, ballet, Spanish dance, and tango, books, buttons, Nannies who brought  great stories from the South, Hungarian Gypsies trying to read your hand for a couple of coins, and a black cat named Nino.

Festive gatherings with friends and the large basque clan carrying my father’s ancestors, my two little brothers, parents who called me the little golden girl and meant it, godparents who taught me how to imagine  enchanted faraway cities from Paris to the Berlin before the 1st world war, passing by London and Rome,  Kyoto and Delhi. The sharing of their  foreign traveling experience.

You have to understand, Chile’s geographic location  is so far away, that makes  people living in the valley surrounded by mountains dream of ancient places afar, like European and Asian cities.

Now, when I look back, I see clearly why I ended focusing in the Inner Child as in starting a movement by divulging the imperative need to take action to re-parent it, for all of us. It was Alice Miller who scientifically confirmed what I believed with all my heart. In a phrase,  “violence is not genetic”.

I was privileged to have a good life foundation for the first 9 years of my life. I think I lost the innocence when I was 7.  That is when everything started falling apart.

By then, the entitlement of being and feeling the center of that universe was already imprinted in my soul.  I still had my full emotional integrity. That is what helped keep my Inner Child pure, creative, innocent, using out of the box and critical thinking no matter how much resistance I encountered in the outside world.  No matter how much the rejection to innovation that used to feel so personal hurt. No matter how much I felt like I was coming from another planet. No matter how her soul was broken in a thousand pieces.

Critical thinking was very important for my parents.

They were always expressing and verbalizing their passion for Philosophy, History,  Art and Metaphysics,  the eternal question of “why are we here”, was often asked and thoughtfully attempted to be answered in deep and satisfying conversations.  They incorporated reading very early in my childhood.

I attended a private German School for girls subsidized by the German government. Even though the happenings were in the middle of the 20th Century, it was a very progressive school. For those nuns it  was about educating thinking women who stand out of the pack. They had a very ambitious and expansive curriculum.

My parents’ traumatic divorce at 9 caught me with an armor of love that helped deal with the bruises and blood shed of separation and competition. An out of the ordinary  foundation of unity laughter and love. I guess at some level I could hear my Inner Child’s voice,  Grace, almost always, no matter how much I needed to bury her in pain.

How was it possible that all of that world I lived in was suddenly broken for the rest of my life, and I had to learn to accept living with it. What a cheat!!! . How one does throw such a quality of life down the drain. It was hard to understand. Not only for me, for the entire family. Some people speculate that it was too perfect, and they still tell the story in disbelief.

After 9,  it always felt like the behaviors of the adults were too conditioned to things they didn’t even know they carried inside from their parents. I could feel the wounded Inner Child very early on, starting with my parents. Perhaps because mine was always acknowledged prior to the separation, I  refused to at least consciously turn my back to her.  Unconsciously her emotional integrity was broken. Even though she was even though she was not always acknowledged,  her fire was present all of the time.

That is one thing I am grateful for my parents. I don’t think I could have made it the same way without that dreamy contented full foundation of the first years. I was always extremely empathetic and conscious of people’ Inner Child pain.  Soon,  a natural coach developed in me.  She was the person everybody came to when they had a problem. My openness, authenticity and passion for the truth made people trust me in a very easy way.

So, by the time I started Soul Hangout, all my friends were saying “It is about time”

December 19th 2010.

When the cards were laid in 2007, and I counted on all of my time,  24/7 to think about my tribe business model and its contribution to sustainability, I asked myself the question. What is the theme closest to your heart what is the theme closest to your experience what is the one that will make the most impact. What is the story you want to tell every day with all your heart for the next 2 years, or 10 years.

The truth is, I have lived such a diverse life that gave me the opportunity to master so many different crafts  in the self improvement industry, that it was difficult to choose. It required some thinking. Self Improvement is one of the leading industries and the most important one for this time and age. We need to train our thoughts to re invent the world…because it is a new world.  It requires a new language coming from new thinking.

So, again, what is the thing in your life repertoir that will ignite your passion to get up in the morning every day with a renewed expanded energy, the thing that you see as your purpose and is bigger than you. Nothing less of that or short of that is worth living. Not worth living. Very simple.

Don’t you want to say that you are done living a depending, useless, and without purpose life?  For me it was like that. It is not worth one more minute working for some corporation with the only purpose of making a living. Not worth it one more minute, totally worth to explore no matter what happens and how many bumps on the road I encounter. Bigger than me. Way bigger. It scares some people. But that is another story.

So, my dear friend, here are the 4 questions again.

What is the thing you will pick to be the icon of your life purpose? What is the closest to your heart, what is the closest to your experience, what is the one that will create more impact and most of all which one is the one that will make you jump out of bed in the morning riding the wave of  your full potential and passion to create?

…Passion to create and purpose are one of those things like being born and dying. You have your own reasons, it is your journey.   Somehow you do it alone, and invite people to celebrate, cooperate and share with once it is born. You need support with that process.

You need the support that understands there is no conditioning in that support. Instead, complete respect for your vision. The respect you have for your vision.  The respect that a friend of Thomas Edison would have showed when he witnessed the 5,000 time of trial of  the fluorescent bulb, and patiently would be willing to extend the support  5,000 more times if it was necessary. That kind of support. Any other support, is detrimental. So if you encounter it, run away from it. It interferes.

Here is an article I wrote about Thomas Edison and his 10,000 tries.

http://www.soulhangout.net/what-would-you-have-said-if-your-were-thomas-edisons-friend-at-the-5000-try/

December 26th 2010.

Some people have asked me to blog more often.  While I am creating service products, actual info products and books, and using most of my time in sales letters and other content marketing materials, I want to let you all know that I will be doing it more  often  by the beginning of the next year. Once the systems are in place and working.

Thanks for all your great comments and encouragement. Some people are interested in expanding the conversation of the Inner Child as in charge of the visionary team. It will come very soon.

Thanks so much to Soul Hangout followers and members. Have a happy holiday and a new mindfully coherent co-creative year in 2011.

Tuesday 20th of April 2011.

It has been 4 years and 3 months since I started to work full time on my life purpose. That is the time it took to research and co-create in coherence “The Hawk Mindset” . The only trans formative Thought Masters training for Entrepreneurs to ignite their passion to contribute and full creativity.

It was like having thousands of keynotes in my head that I was to use to create my own melody. The melody of my unique experience expanded in marketing words that would come from the bottom of my soul from the writer and the coach inside . At times it was hard to do. They seemed too many keynotes…

No way they all belong to only one program… Well, I was wrong…every piece I have written, every conversation I have had, every quote I have thought of, every article came form the wholeness of what now is the The Hawk Mindset. Everything fits in one comprehensive program. I am the first one surprised.

It is something like walking with the burning desire with its perception of the big picture and the blind faith sustaining all my doubts emerging from the doubts from the small picture.

What is fascinating is that today I am thrilled to announce that each single key note had a fundamental place in the finished product. Each single letter enhances the tone to the next in the wholeness of my newly found sequenced language. Launching very soon. Thanks to all for the great support

Today

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

July 28th, 2010 9 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

If a little dreaming is dangerous, the cure for it is not to dream less but to dream more, to dream all the time.

~Marcel Proust~

We all have the obligation to go back to reinventing out capacity to dream.  Nurturing our imagination as we did when we were kids. It is in that sacred place where our connection to divinity was broken where we can find ourselves again. Giving birth to that Inner Child that was induced to keep silence and not allowed to dream.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

July 21st, 2010 4 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength.

~Maya Angelou~

All the colors of the rainbow when mixed become the immaculate “White” . As in the rainbow, we are not separate from each other. We are all one. The virus of the mind, separation and competition create fallacy that one person is better than another one or one color is better than the next one. Thank you Maya. Thank God/dess the Gen Y,  Millennials  have overcome that virus and embrace diversity.  They are quietly changing the collective consciousness. Thanks Millennials! You understand that all colors mixed together become the immaculate “White”

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

July 20th, 2010 4 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

All the works of man have their origin in creative fantasy. What right have we then to depreciate imagination.

~Carl Jung~

Awe! I love this. We live in a planet where imagination is depreciated. Here is the thing. Imagination is power, power to become not power over anybody. Mind the difference. It also is part of your identity as a child. Your creativity. We are all born with it. The good news if we can tap into it again when we are adults. Is not lost. Is just waiting to be awaken in your memory bank. The memory bank of your experience as a child.

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