For most of us, our workplace is a source of challenge. While we can grow from the pressure of stress, when responses become habitual, the tendency is to keep us caught in our patterns until something pushes us over the edge and we have to look for a better way of coping.
Life is meant to be bigger than simply coping with the conditions surrounding ‘work.’ Instead of either capitulating to the environment and the set, mostly unstated rules of your work group, why not take on a new challenge and begin to envision yourself as a kind of athlete, developing your prowess in facing the pressures inherent in being part of a group that is called ‘work.’
As an ex corporate tightly-wound over achiever, I would like to share that the adjustment of my own mindset and emotional patterns has been a key for me to make my world anew. Rather than repeating my built-up reactions, I had to learn how to find the space of allowing more curiosity for why a problem for the group or myself continued to circle round without solution.
Like in meditation, I had to learn to apply a more expansive sense of awareness to whatever arose in the moment. When I lost my perspective, it was simply more garbage to be given over as compost. The richer way of responding would eventually arrive as I learned to get out of the way and surrender to something larger.
That larger way of living, through opening my way of seeing, has been at the core of the work I have been developing through energetic solutions. Just as I have learned to embody the elements, now I can skillfully guide you to transform with speed and efficiency. Rather than having work become a source of frustration and depletion, through the solutions-centered approach I have developed, I can assist you to jumpstart into a fresh approach with much better rewards, both in perspective and results.
I’m doing an event in Arizona in early December; so if you feel called, see the link below. If you have any questions, give me a call at (714) 374-1988.
Work, like our lives, presents us with a mirror to how skillfully we cope with pressures in the moment. Wisdom is the ability to access your own inner treasure, the gifts that you were born with, to meet life and enrich it with your own offerings.
How do peace and success fit together? Well, when we set out to accomplish something and finally arrive at the goal, it brings a great sense of inner knowing and calm when it does come together and we find ourselves at the destination of our dreams. To achieve this success though, often we need to find the right tools that will take us beyond our own blind spots. To move forward we have to find ways to connect with our own wisdom so that our lives can flow.
The Golden Flow is a set of tools that I have developed to bring momentum to issues that have kept us scratching our heads and wondering how we are going to ever handle certain perplexing puzzles of life. In the I Am Success Now Wisdom event in December, I will show you how to access your own hidden wisdom so that you can jumpstart your ability to realize your dreams.
The Golden Flow is a way to align your mental and emotional ways of being with how you function in your body to achieve success in a way that has not been possible before.
Our lives are catapulting at greater and greater speed and it can be difficult to slow down enough to focus, let alone dive in to find the wisdom that is needed in the present.
While the accelerating pace of life can feel like we’re being driven more and more off course, I can help put you back in the driver’s seat, so you feel like the GPS of your inner guidance system is operating correctly.
I’d love to help you with any course correction so you feel that you’re steering in the direction of success. To reach out, call me at (714) 374-1988.
The speed of life is putting great pressure on us all to find simple techniques to be present in the moment with peace. For too many of us, the accelerating speed is doing too much to increase the chatter of what is known in Buddhism as ‘monkey mind.’ Meditation is a way that we can access inner resources and increase resilience in the face of mounting pressure to do everything faster and smarter amidst sensory overload.
While meditation hasn’t been the panacea to resolve all the challenges in my own life, it has been a (daily) key to help me to move from a corporate workaholic to an efficient multitasking master of energy. I can honestly say that meditation has improved every facet of my life in some ways and helped me to come down from my over-the-top life in corporate America.
Now that I can access the inner quiet and calm in my own body much more readily through meditation, I’d like to share these tools as a guide to meditating in two easy minutes. Whether you’re a beginner or just need to re-ignite your practice, meditation is a necessity in these times. Even with the pace of life today, we can all afford two minutes to find greater ease and expansion.
With every thought and every emotion we are creating, so as with all things, I would suggest that you meditate on solutions to life’s problems, rather than focusing on problems. We already have an abundance of problems, so no need to keep creating more! Use these simple meditation exercises to let go of stress and feel calmer and more centered in your daily life.
If you’d like more of an immersion in accessing your own gifts of wisdom, I’m doing an event in December. You can see the details at:
Please let me know if I help boost your process to make changes and find the center of calm. You can reach out to me at (714) 374-1988.
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