Keep Singing

Keep Singing Even If You Don’t Know The Words

I woke up yesterday to the vocal stylings of my son Michael singing the song Viva La Vida by the group Coldplay!

I didn’t know the name of the song or the group at the time but NEITHER DID HE!

All I heard was WOOAAOOOOO! WOOAAOOOOO! WOOAAOOOO!

It was GREAT!

ENERGETIC!

FUN!

IT MADE ME HAPPY!

Even though he didn’t know the words to the song he kept singing as if he did!

It taught me so many things about DREAMING. Click the link to join and reawaken your dreams.

The fact that we, as adults, think we need to have all the answers; That in order to hold on to the dream we have inside, we have to know the who, what, when, where and why of it all.

We think we HAVE TO know the words to the song that our heart is singing.

We couldn’t be further from understanding the reality of it.

Singing Does  A Mind Good

WOOAAOOOO! WOOAAOOOO! WOOAAOOOO! WOOAAOOOO!

SEE!

You’re smiling already!

As you continue to listen to the song that your heart is singing, your dream, you begin the become more and more in tune.

You start to know the words because everything about you desires to be in concert with YOUR SONG.

Amazing how just an exercise in singing WITHOUT KNOWING the words, can teach us so much.

Thanks to my son Michael Scott, and thank YOU for stopping by!

Thank you in advance for visiting my website by clicking the link below and “TUNING” in to your hearts song.

WOOAAOOOO! WOOAAOOOO! WOOAAOOOO!

No More Attachments to the Outcomes

What does it mean to have attachment to outcomes?

If you were to ask someone to write down what they want their life to feel and/or look like, somewhere before they even start writing, they will already have decided what things they can have and what things they cannot have. This is what it means to have attachment to the outcomes.

People will already limit the outcome based on their attachment to a self-imposed or society-imposed belief system, regarding what is possible and what is not possible.

We do not pay attention to the fact that we are usually already trying to figure out the answer based on attachment.

Some examples of the internal questions we struggle with as a result of having an attachment to the outcome are:

When is it going to happen?

Where is it going to happen?

How is it going to happen?

With whom will it happen?

There is limitation in attachment if we do not realize what our own core belief systems are.

Some examples of the internal questions we struggle with regarding core belief systems are:

Do I believe I am worthy?

Do I believe I can have?…

Do I believe things can change?

A practical example utilizing a tool called: Vision boarding

Some people utilize the tool of vision boarding in order to place images on a board to look at on a daily bases or as often as possible, until the images become a subconscious thought.

For some, this tool may not work if an individual’s core beliefs are that they are not worthy of what they desire to have, do not believe that things can change, or that they can have what they desire to have.

These are core beliefs but they are also forms of attachment that must be looked at by the individual, in order to detach from thoughts and beliefs that no longer apply to the individual.

Let’s detach from what no longer works for us.

Let’s detach from what no longer makes us happy.

Let’s form an attachment to those things that we believe from the core.

Let’s form an attachment to the tools that are going to get us there.

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Life Lessons from Scrooge

Scrooge Teaches Us To Take A Deeper Look Inside

I have always wanted to write about the character Scrooge from the story, A Christmas Carol, and the lessons he taught us regarding business and life; The fact that we affect our business dealings and relationships if we have not “grown” as an individual.

Kristen Lamb also utilizes the Scrooge character to teach valuable lessons. refer to an article entitled:What Ebenezer Scrooge Can Teach Us About Great Writing.

How can this be the case you may ask?

The answer is that there may be aspects of ourselves which may be causing us pain, sorrow, fear, anger, etc., that we are carrying with us every day that we wake up, and are not willing to take a deeper look inside.

Why is this important? Well, what has the potential to happen from day to day, week to week, month to month, or year to year, is that deep rooted emotions may lie dormant inside of us until something or someone reminds a particular emotion to wake them up!

The character of Scrooge carried allot of emotions outwardly that were indicators that he had other things going on, on the inside!

For Scrooge, he woke up each and every day, and wore his emotions in much the same way that someone would put on a coat before walking out the door.

Scrooge was a perfect example of someone who allowed so much time to go by without addressing what was bothering him, that he affected everyone he came in contact with, whether personally or in business.

Scrooge Looks Deeper

If you know the story of Scrooge, you realize that Scrooge was visited by three ghosts who would change the course of his life.

For the sake of this article, let’ s pretend that each ghost actually represented a part of Scrooge’s conscience.

DEEPER STILL…

Each aspect of Scrooge’s conscience had to come directly TO Scrooge because it came directly FROM Scrooge!

The ghost of Christmas Past: This part of Scrooge’s conscience appeared so that Scrooge could gain clarity about a series of events which he perceived to have impacted his life in the present.

The ghost of Christmas Present: This part of Scrooge’s conscience appeared, giving him the opportunity to appreciate the HERE and NOW. That Scrooge could truly learn to “Like life.”

I LIKE LIFE!

The ghost of Christmas Future: This part of Scrooge’s conscience appeared for Scrooge to realize that he, himself is the creator of his Future, and that whatever he perceives it to be, he has the opportunity to change it.

Change your mind, change your life!

If YOU look deeper, the character of Scrooge really does teach us many different life lessons.

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