As expected, I received a lot of responses to the blog I posted prior to Oprah’s PR marathon ‘rehab interview’ with Lance Armstrong. My thanks to you if you were one who bothered to write. The comments split roughly 50/50. They were either of the “Bravo for saying what you did,” variety or “Shame on . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
I could care less that Lance Armstrong took drugs to enhance his performance. What I do find odious about him, as well as interesting from the broader perspective, is the extraordinary lengths he went to win all his races, destroying loads of people in the process.
The broader perspective is that the whole . . .
At this time of year, many people are setting new intentions. The top two seem to be spending more time with family and friends and losing some weight. Maybe you’ve realized that holding a grudge or some other form of anger is holding you back from those goals.
To clear the path, perhaps . . .
On Monday, I had a somewhat reproving response to my recent blog and FB posting from a lady named Christa. She said, “I believe that global consciousness has shifted into a higher vibration. Why not be more optimistic about it?” It is a good comment and worthy of some discussion, not only . . .
Are you enjoying your New Year’s celebration? I usually enjoy mine, but as I write this blog I must confess I am feeling a little bummed out with it being 2013 already. Why? Because it feels a bit like another Y2K moment.
You see, about 10 years ago, I came up with a . . .
Last week I invited you to join me in visualizing the change in the world we want to see—the consciousness of the planet moving towards the new paradigm. To help you develop a clear enough mental picture of the new paradigm to join me in this visualization, I presented part one of . . .
Item 1. Today I am sending Season’s Greetings to everyone and wishing you all a lot of peace and joy in 2013. But yet, I feel a much deeper and more urgent desire to yell out at the top of my voice “Happy Birthday,” to all of you who have incarnated at this . . .
A Radical Transformation Worksheet
Applying the Strategy of Radical Forgiveness to World Events
Note: The actual worksheet looks better than how this comes out on the screen in the blog, but I hope you get the essence of it — that it asks us to become open, after we have felt and expressed the pain . . .
The whole nation is in mourning for all those who lost their lives in Newtown CT. And rightly so. But, what about those 6 and 7 year olds who survived the ordeal, and their brothers and sisters? How can we help them process what happened, so their minds are not permanently crippled . . .
Comfort and joy—as well as manifestation—can come from visualizing the change in the world we want to see. You may know I visualize the consciousness of the planet moving towards the new paradigm, but you may not have a clear enough mental picture of the new paradigm to join me in this . . .