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Your Thoughts in need of a serious Inventory.

September 11th, 2011 No Comments » Filed under The Hawk Mindset

You know that you can’t operate a business without maintaining at least a yearly  inventory schedule of your products, right?  It is standard procedure to have full control of  your product inventory and financial balance sheets. To have a real idea where you can apply needed changes.

Well, it happens the same way  with your thoughts. Except you have them all hanging around in the wrong places creating chaos  ad interference because it never occurred to you that you should maintain an inventory  of your thoughts too, the same way you do with your business.  Nobody told you that.

In other words, to create a schedule to discern which thoughts need to be archived in the archives of the of the past. Which ones belong in the archives of the present and which ones belong in the archives of the future.

That is why the first step is to start your inventory. For that yo need to start monitoring as many thoughts  as you can.

That is why you want a hawk to keep a pierce eye over your thoughts :)

When you set your obsolete thoughts in the archives of the past, most of them are actually thoughts that don’t belong to you, they start losing their power in the present. Their voice vanishes slowly becoming only a figment of  memory in the wholeness of your life to be remembered with empathy.

Now what kind of thought is really an obsolete thought that doesn’t belong to you,  you may ask.

Well, it is a thought that recites something along these lines:

((( ” How dare you be you? You will never make it” )))

Recognize those types of thoughts? See now why I said they don’t belong to you? At least not you in your right wholesome mind.

The reason why the thoughts of the past have to be archived is because they contaminate  your present with depression like a virus.

Now  let’s talk about the irrelevant thoughts of the future. Those are the ones that are trying to anticipate the outcome.  They are the  thoughts that don’t let you be present in the process which is more important than the outcome. They contaminate your present with anxiety, like a virus. You want an example?

((( “You will never make it, you don’t have it in you” )))

The thing is when you free your sacred present time from any virus rooted in  your thoughts inventory, you open your mind to unlimited possibilities without restrictions. Best of all,  by freeing your mind from feeling like a victim most of the time you also plant the seeds of empathy for yourself.

Now just imagine 3 big screens: the left is the past the center is the present and the right one is the future. Keep the center one as white immaculate as possible to allow he content of your purpose to pour in. Focus 100% of the time in the center screen.  That is where you make history in the present every minute of every day. You are on the way to harness your thinking to work for you, not against you and becoming a Thought Masters.  Congratulations, Now you can co create with coherence in oneness and connect to your life purpose.

 

 

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The word Clarity

January 10th, 2011 2 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

The word Clarity, comes from seeing with the eyes of the soul.  Inside and out. Clarity is what it is. Without attachments.  Without judgment. Clarity overshadows all darkness and ignorance. Clarity grows with the gentle water of knowledge.

Clarity means your capacity to see through BS.  Including yours. Clarity is there when you know that there are no good or bad experiences. They are all experiences, and all posses value.

The trap of clarity, though is that its flame can disappear with exposure to higher frequency  of light. Meaning that it can blind us.  To conquer Clarity, we need to be clear with ourselves first. We need to keep ourselves in check at all times,  with truth and honesty , at the same time we are able to  seeing other people’s circumstances  with clarity.

Otherwise,  we are separating ourselves from the oneness of all things and and competing with our fellow spiritual beings having a human experience. So clarity should be 50/50 directed to others as much as it is to yourself.

On Thursday 1-27-2011  at 3pm Neal Worthington and I will have our “Passing the Torch of Sustainability Program” featuring the word “Clarity” We’ll elaborate more about the word. Check the link.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/soulhangout

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

September 5th, 2010 3 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

As a little girl I used to daydream about my real father coming on a white horse to rescue me.

~Christine Keeler~

One way of reading my life is that I have been in constant search for a father.

~Christine Keeler~

In here you see “the drama of the gifted child” as Alice Miller would say. A little girl who dreams for her father to come and rescue her carrying the same dream into adulthood. What she didn’t understand is that in adulthood she didn’t need a father any more. Now she was an adult…makes sense?

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 17th, 2010 4 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.

~Buddha ~

That is why your child within helps, because she/he brings her/his dreams into the present. Possessing it with a capacity to disconnect from what happened yesterday even if it was painful. I always admired that versatility and sense of wonder in children. They are our best model.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 13th, 2010 5 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement


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This kind of forgetting does not erase memory, it lays the emotion surrounding the memory to rest.

~Clarissa Pinkola Estes~

Clarissa is one of my heroes.  She wrote “Women who ran with the wolves” a book that every woman should read, and every man for that matter. This quote is the one I am talking about when I say that real forgiveness comes from the adopting of your own Inner Child because that act is what will help put the memory to rest. You will remember, without the hole in the stomach, the reason is you took care to fill that hole with yourself!

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 8th, 2010 11 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement


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Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

~Henry Ford ~

Because with a young mind you can accomplish anything. This is why your Inner Child in charge of your Visionary Team makes sense.  He, she will make sure your mind stays young and creative !

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

August 5th, 2010 1 Comment » Filed under Inner Child Quote


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You know that the answer to change is repetition, right? There is no magic bullet. Repetition is the only non glamorous option. One way or the other. That is what suits the brain the best.  So… The question is What are you repeating? Are you repeating the unwanted things or the wanted things in your precious life?

It is in the process of repeating where the light is. Not in the end result. Otherwise you miss your life. You were in a rush to get to the end of it :)

Your Inner Child is waiting for you to archive all the things that you are carrying from your parents or society and  are destructive to you,  in the archives of the past and keep the ones that will make you blossom and ignite your passion to contribute in the eternally unraveling present.

~Luz~

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 1st, 2010 3 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

~Anais Nin~

And honestly, that is the very moment that your Inner Child has been waiting for. To embark with you in the wandering awareness of blossoming.

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 1st, 2010 39 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

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What is sad for women of my generation is that they weren’t supposed to work if they had families. What were they going to do when the children are grown – watch the raindrops coming down the window pane?

~Jackie Kennedy ~

You may ask why this quote is relevant to the Inner Child. Let me elaborate. This quote marks a moment in history that changed the life of many children  for ever.  Jackie has a great point about the well deserved  woman’s fulfillment as a professional at the same time that she is  a satisfied mother.

We, the Baby Boomers were not going to stay at home and become the domestic type, no matter how glamorous they may have looked  from the outside. It was too painful to see how unhappy our mothers had been. We had more to give to society than “just” changing diapers, cooking, cleaning and driving back and fort  kids from one activity to the next. We believed in it and trusted we could do both well. That was  how we fell in the trap.

We didn’t stop and think how sustainable the professional development of ourselves  was going to be for  our children. We didn’t stop an think if society had a support system that would make up for the change. We jumped to the opportunity of following the carrot hanging from a stick in front of our nose. We didn’t ask any questions. We did what women do most of the time. We gave ourselves completely to the two worlds. Unconditionally.

How much trade in human capital we were exchanging, was the question.  It was a trap. We ended up doing double and of course not really succeeding at neither. No matter how much money we were making.

The truth is, we were writing a contract with the workforce namely corporations, where work was first, second and third. Our children came after.  We ended up with 50 working  hours per week and our children grew up by themselves home alone, with the company of their peers,  the  TV and their  video games.

The corporation was everything. I will remind everybody that the family leave act was only signed in 1992. Before that, there was always a Damocles sword hanging on your head that said “if you are pregnant you could be fired without impunity any minute”.  Think about it for a moment.  Your salary or your kid. What message were those kids e receiving from the moment of  their creation.

For those of you that are shaking your head, I will remind you how the hole in the stomach felt when our child was sick, on a rainy day in the middle of the winter. Honestly how did it feel. Let me help here. It felt like an inconvenience, because he or she was interrupting the work flow.

The truth is they were an inconvenience. We had already settled for that kind mindless mindset.   So, what is the message we were giving to our children.  Very clear, right? They were an inconvenience in this bizarre  new social equation we had created where money ruled everything. It was swallowing us all.

We gave our loyalty to the corporation. We also gave them our sweat our blood,  our children’ precious time and our peace of mind. Most of our children grew up with a lot  of stuff, in a very lonely place.

When we spent time with them we were too absent  or exhausted to be present. Then, we praised them and enable them because deep down we felt so guilty. Those children of yesterday are the beautiful generation of today that grew up after that decision we made when Jackie Kennedy was  through the experience of her generation championing for us.

This is a “little detail”  about millennials that everybody is forgetting. They experienced our hole in the stomach when they were sick, and the panic in our eyes many times not because they were sick but it was a disruption  for our workforce.

Now, can you blame millennials for refusing to conform to our model? They are the direct result of that.  It wasn’t good growing up with absent parents running around like maniacs, pretending to be big shots of something they even didn’t know what it was about,  an illusion  only in their heads.

They experienced the  very clear  abandonment from every aspect of society.  Honestly don’t deceive yourself,   they didn’t matter. We were busy with more important things. Now, did we do the best we could with what we had?  Sure we did.  But it wasn’t a good contract for us, nor our children.  We got the short side of the stick,  and it didn’t even make us happy in the end.

This is what millennials refuse to compromise today. Their solid principles.They put family, relationships and friends first. They want to be good parents  but are not interested in giving their children  a large empty house.  They understand their time and attention will be critical for their children. We taught them that. They will not settle for any less than the quality of life they envision.  Who can blame them.  It was too painful for them to watch us too.

…And yes, it is relevant to the collective consciousness of the Inner Child. It is up to each of us to raise it.  Millennials are leading the way. Good for them!

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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day.

July 29th, 2010 11 Comments » Filed under Inner Child Quote

“A quality education has the power to transform societies in a single generation, provide children with the protection they need from the hazards of poverty, labor exploitation and disease, and given them the knowledge, skills, and confidence to reach their full potential.”

~Audrey Hepburn~

Today, my friend, I want to envision this quote as the blueprint of the new world. Today I want to stop and create the image of a future world where every child’s full potential will be the priority. A world where no child will grow to become violent because his very entitled needs were not met. A world of peace where your Inner Child will become your partner at thriving and blossoming into the gorgeous flower you are. A world where your passion to contribute is important.



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