People are always talking about success. How to be successful in business or have a successful relationship or marriage or succeeding at losing weight or being leaner or having financial success or even successfully managing our feelings and emotions. But have you ever thought about what success actually is? Let’s start with… How would you define success? People define it many different ways. However, over the past 30 years, I have found this to be a very valuable definition as it relates to business, financial and personal success: “Success is the progressive realization of worthwhile goals, ideals and objectives.” [Read more…]
Most people are frustrated with the results they have in life. They are not satisfied where they are and want more but they don’t know how to go about getting it or changing their position in life. It can be a very challenging thing especially since we were not taught how to do it. The bottom line is that it’s not your fault but that still doesn’t make us feel any better because we still are not getting what we want.
If you’re not getting what you want in your life, the question you have to ask is, “How do I break out of that negative (or failure or mediocrity) cycle? How do I escape from that seemingly endless loop?” [Read more…]
Today you hear a lot of talk about raising your consciousness in order to be more successful or peaceful or happy or joyful, but what does that really mean? What is consciousness anyway? It actually means to be aware of something, to understand it and to know it.
When I first started learning about Universal Law I was unconscious. I had a victim mentality and didn’t realize I was attracting unwanted experiences. As you’ll remember from a previous article what most people don’t understand is that every thing is really two things. It is the thing you desire and the absence or lack of it. In life you get what you think about and believe is yours consistently, not what you want (which implies lack of it). I was misusing the Law of Cause and Effect and suffering the consequences.