September 30, 2017

Don’t Allow Others To Limit Your Life

We come to the end of another month and yet it is the beginning of another day. What hopes, aspirations, excitement do you breathe into this day? Will today become the tomorrow you worried about yesterday, or will today become the tomorrow you excitedly anticipated yesterday? It is really your choice. Your thoughts, beliefs, words and intentions have already prepared the subconscious mind to take specific action in preparation of the mindset and reality you have prescribed for it.

If you are working from a data base that this programmed with limiting beliefs and lies you are operating very similar to a vehicle with a governor installed on the motor. This is a device that sets and limits a car’s top speed. When the vehicle reaches a preset top speed, the device begins to curtail combustion and limits the supply of fuel and air to the engine keeping it from proceeding beyond the limits imposed. Most cars sold in North America come with electronic speed governors. While the purpose of vehicle governors relates to public health and safety, the governors within our minds are often there to control and limit a person’s ability to more forward and be the best version of themselves possible.

The Apostle Paul wrote in Romans 12:1-2, “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God–this is your spiritual worship. {2} Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you might discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.” The transformation of your mind is a process which involves your personal participation. It involves choices you will make and actions you will take in relation to God’s will, to create who you can become in the fulfilment of your destiny. Will you limit God’s ability to work through you, because you allow the limits others have imposed on you to remain, refusing to take action to change things? There are people counting on you to challenge yourself to learn, to implement the action steps, to be who you can be, and do what you were destined to do. Do not let yourself down or anyone else by continuing to stay stuck where you are.

Start each day realizing and declaring, “This is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it.” Then go forth and make it so.

September 29, 2017

Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day

This is a tidbit of information you may not have known. “‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’ is the usual English translation of a French phrase, Rome ne s’est pas faite en un jour. It was first known from Li Proverbe au Vilain (c. 1190) [1], and listed in John Heywood’s A Dialogue Conteinyng the Nomber in Effect of all the Prouerbes in the Englishe Tongue (c.1538)”. It comes from the website:

Joe Hyams suggests in his book titled, The Zen In Martial Arts, “You will never learn any endeavour properly unless you are willing to give yourself time.” What Joe is writing about is not the same as patience. Patience is about the capacity of staying calm while enduring a situation. In this instance he is addressing giving yourself the time to actively work toward a goal without setting a limit on how long you will work at it. This principle applies across all areas of life. It also flies in the face of much of the advice currently being touted which calls for a time deadline in which to achieve a goal.

It does not matter whether you are seeking to achieve a healthier weight, learn a musical instrument or anything else. Move at your personal rate of progression. This principal is not a license for procrastination, but rather an approach which lifts the stress and pressure which will shut you down as a result of missing preset time targets. When you miss those targets, doubt and discouragement will enter in and the likelihood of your continuing forward and achieving your objectives is diminished.

Joe responds to the current thinking about time targets by declaring, “When I eliminated the deadline from my mind it was like removing a weight from my body.” He was then able to proceed and achieve the goal he had set for himself.

Live in the present moment. Be concerned with the process you are experiencing. Learn what it is you need for the moment rather than focussing on what the future may be. Imagine the feelings of the future as it is achieved, and build your now with those feelings. You want to enjoy the present and make the process and the memories of the process something to be remembered with great joy. Stressing out over the timing will rob you of that which is most precious about your journey.

I am part of a year long mentoring process which finds me “behind” in the process, compared to some of the other mentees. When I finally stopped comparing my progress to others and began to focus on the process of simply working towards my end result, things began to shift and I started moving forward. This simple phrase, “Rome wasn’t built in a day” allowed me the freedom to be excited with the fact I am moving forward. Forward is the right direction in my situation.

I would encourage you to apply this valuable principle in your life and see the difference it can make. Open heart, open mind, resting in the assurance and confidence you are in the right place in the process of your journey.

September 28, 2017

One Day One Command Training Seminar

For more than a month the software program I had been using to auto post from my blog to Face Book and Twitter had not been working. I was not concerned about this situation because my intention was to make my blog articles available only to those who were interested enough to sign up for the email version or to go directly to the blog website. If someone puts no effort into learning something, its value is not perceived very highly and therefore no response it taken to improve the quality of their life.

I was surprised to see that the latest update to the auto posting software seems to have fixed something which was broken and yesterday’s article appeared like it was supposed to. That was okay because yesterday I announced my decision to proceed with a training event on November 25, 2017 which will take place in Shelburne, Ontario from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in which attendees will be introduced to the six step process of The One Command®. I am working on the possibility of making it available on-line, but live in person is always better.

If you have a flat tire, you take action to deal with the situation. If you have an aching tooth, you want the tooth dealt with. The One Command® provides the same opportunity in addressing the limiting lies and limiting programs in your subconscious mind. The challenge is, people tend to have become so used to living the way they are, they are not open to change, even if the change takes them to a better place.

If someone is being held back in one area of life it tends to spill into other areas of life. My desire is for people to come to the realization and experience of having mental, emotional, physical, spiritual and even financial health through learning and implementing the processes which will allow for a liberating life lived to the full.

Knowing how to and following through with the six steps of The One Command® gives a person the opportunity to move forward towards their goals and dreams. Do you know the connection of The One Command® process to health in the various areas of your life. Do you know its connection to prayer? If you don’t, you might want to look for upcoming announcements as to how you can register and find out. There will be an early registration discount for those who take fast action. Watch for details coming soon.

September 27, 2017

Make A Decision

When you are considering doing something there comes a point where a decision is required. Procrastination is not an option. The decision to move forward is best made with a sense of passion, conviction and commitment that declares, “This is what I will do, that’s it period.”

Once you have set your course do something immediately. Take some action, even if it is something small to declare to your subconscious mind you are moving forward and in launch mode. Allow your action to demonstrate you are in alignment with the passion, conviction and commitment of the decision. Do not accept negative feedback or disparaging comments from anyone to fill you with doubt and fear, such that you shut down and give up. This is your dream, your goal, your passion and no one understands what it is you are looking to accomplish as well as you. If there is constructive insights offered, consider their merit and value and adapt your plan accordingly.

Remember Jesus had a life mission and goal and dream that was life transformational for the entire human race. There was opposition to His plan, but nothing hindered Him from proceeding. We read in Matthew 16:21-23, “From then on Jesus began to point out to His disciples that He must go to Jerusalem and suffer many things from the elders, chief

priests, scribes, be killed, and raised the third day. {22} The Peter took Him aside and began to rebuke Him, ‘Oh no, Lord! This will never happen to you!’ {23} But He turned and told Peter, ‘Get behind Me, Satan! You are an offense to Me because you’re not thinking about God’s concerns, but man’s.’”

Jesus did not allow even people close to Him to deter Him from His goal and mission in life. You do not want to allow that to happen in your life either. Continue to move forward, eliminate limiting lies and limiting subconscious programming, and seek out and develop positive, supportive relationships.

My decision just made:

One Day One Command Training Seminar

September 26, 2017

Self Talk Matters

I picked up a book off my bookshelf yesterday afternoon which I had purchased, but never read. As I began the second chapter titled, “The Power of Your Inner Voice” in the book, Mental Power is Real by the Amazing Kreskin, I read, “Each of us carries on conversations with ourselves inside our heads. . . . Sadly, about the only time our modern society addresses this practice of holding inner conversations is to make fun of it. . . . Indeed, there is an interesting contradiction in modern society’s outlook on this. If you talk to God, you are praying; but if you hear God talking to you, apparently you are hallucinating. Thus we are taught from an early age that the inner dialogue is a bad thing, when in fact it is actually our key to thinking and reasoning.”

In the third session of my introductory event titled, “Your Wealth Mindset” which was held yesterday morning. I spoke about the fact that your “self talk matters.” I have attached the slide from my presentation to this article.

The amazing Kreskin in his book warns against “being conditioned into thinking that it is bad to talk to ourselves.” What would be good for us to understand is the value of being aware of what is transpiring in our conversation with our self. Are we being positive or negative? Are we programming our subconscious mind towards success or failure? Is what we are telling our self moving us forward, or holding us back in terms of our dreams and goals?

When you listen to your self talk what do you hear? Are you developing a mindset which empowers you to move forward towards a brighter and abundantly blessed future? Your thoughts, beliefs, words and intentions will determine your reality. So make wise choices.