March 31, 2018

There are those who identify themselves as part of the group called, “Christians.” Their belief system holds that certain words are like swear words. In their thinking words like “prosperity,” “abundance,” “success,” or anything that has a similar connotation equates to the “dark side” of life and is a target for judgment and criticism.

I witnessed this situation earlier this week when someone I know suggested the reading of a book that spoke about awesomeness. You would have thought this individual was promoting the spread of the plague.

For me, being the best version of ourselves we can be, making the use of our gifts and talents, and possessing the material benefits of this world is a matter of the stewardship of our lives to God. You cannot give for the benefit of others what you do not have. You cannot meet the material needs in this world if you are afraid of having those resources.

There are those who attempt to use the Scripture where Jesus tells the rich young ruler to give away all he has to the poor, as an example of what everyone ought to do. Having material possessions and giving it all away was not the focus of Jesus in this instance. Jesus was dealing with the focus of the heart and intention of this man. The motive of Jesus was to illuminate where this individual’s heart and love were centred. Money is not the root of all evil, but an over possessiveness, or love of money, that turns the situation evil.

The request in Proverb’s 30:8 for neither poverty or riches comes from a lack of wisdom and understanding (vs 2-3), but many use this as a template to suggest we should not seek to better our material lives. I contend these verses are present to provide an example of how we are not to fear the blessings of God in any area of life. Proverbs 10:22 declares, “The blessing from the Lord makes a person rich, and he adds no sorrow to it.”

As Earl Nightingale wrote, “We get what we think about, or we become what we think about, most of the time.” This applies not just in terms of abundance, but also in terms of lack. We sow what we reap.

March 30, 2018

Today is the day set aside to recognize the sacrifice Jesus the Messiah made on the Cross of Calvary in order to bring reconciliation between God and humanity. What you think, believe, say and intend about this event matters, because it impacts your actions, which determines the outcomes of your life. How you perceive your reality is directly connected to your perception of what happened as a result of this event. This is true regardless of what you believe about this event.

The SEE Method of Living is directed towards some specific outcomes in life. The three steps in this method, Shifting your mindset, Elevating your energetic awareness and Enhancing the quality of your life identify these outcomes. If you are not interested in achieving transformational freedom and expression, deploying your inherent potential and living your purpose, fulfilling your destiny and leaving a lasting positive legacy, then The SEE Method of Living is not for you. These are the specific outcomes being targeted.

For me, choosing to combine these outcomes with what is offered by God through what Jesus accomplished on Calvary provides a heightened level of benefit, which I am grateful for when I say YES to the relationship with Him and live fully committed to that relationship.

I also recognize and acknowledge that when a person choses to live in alignment with universal principles of truth, they can do so without saying YES to that relationship, and still benefit in their life. They may not acknowledge what took place on Calvary has any value to them, but the energetic expression of love, grace and mercy in this event still transmits a powerful vibrational frequency which permeates all of this world. In theological terms it is labelled as prevenient grace, meaning grace prior to our knowing, acknowledgment and acceptance of it.

The event identified as taking place on Good Friday, was good, because it offers transformational freedom and expression to all you will chose to accept its offer. The relationship transaction of this event removes barriers hindering our ability to move forward towards the deployment of our inherent potential. It also opens the door for the enhancement of the quality of our life in terms of living in alignment with our purpose and destiny for being on this earth and for the lasting benefit for those who will live on after our bodies return to dust.

What follows on Resurrection Sunday is a validation of what transpired on the Cross of Calvary.

Your choice! Your outcomes! No excuses!

The SEE Method of Living training is currently available at There are two tracts in this process. One focusses on the Biblical foundation. The other on the practical aspects of the universal principles to be lived out in the achievement of the outcomes.

March 29, 2018

I found myself in a conversation recently where a situation arose in which an individual was challenged with something in their life. This person has been looking for solutions to resolve their concerns over the last number of months. Each time this topic comes up, I have suggested a specific process that will address every aspect of the challenge and provide a full solution. The issue with my recommendation is, it is not a quick fix. It is a tried and proven, 100% guaranteed answer, but it takes time and effort to implement.

Had my recommendation been acted upon the first time I suggested it, this person would be well down the road to the resolution they are looking for. This started me thinking about the very first basic concept taught by one of my mentors a number of years ago. That concept is, “Who do you listen to?” Does the person have what you want and did they come from where you are?

This is a very basic life principle, but for many people is a huge challenge, because they want to follow the concept presented by Frank Sinatra about doing things, “My way.” As Dr. Phil often asks, “How’s that working for you?”

This is a consideration for us not just within the material world, but also the spiritual realm. We must make a decision whether we will live life our way, or God’s way. Hebrews 4:14-16 reminds us, “Therefore since we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast to our confession. {15} For we do not have a high priest incapable of sympathizing with our weaknesses, but one who has been tempted in every way just as we are, yet without sin. {16} Therefore let us confidently approach the throne of grace to receive mercy and find grace whenever we need help.” Who will you listen to?

March 28, 2018

My schedule has been rather full in recent days and I was feeling rather weary. Yesterday, I made the decision to cancel all my plans for the day and give my body a chance to rest a little. I felt the need to follow the advice of a “wise person” who the previous day, during the Life Enhancement training session of The SEE Method of Living, revealed as the first principle in the Second Step (ELEVATE your energetic awareness – Discover your location), the importance of taking care of your body. You might want to go to and watch the video replays of this training.

When I got up after some extra sleep time in the morning I found a note on top of my razor which said, “Bob. Please stay home. Your safety is more important. You have been pushing too hard . . . . you need to get stronger for facing next week. Please stay home. M.”

It would seem my wife had, at some time after I went to bed, come to the same conclusion I got up with. After a string of more than a week of sunshine and clear skies, a very unusual experience for our location, yesterday was a dull, rain filled day. It was just the kind of day you want to curl up and rest.

As I sat with feet up and the book, Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, by Robert B. Cialdini in hand, I began to chuckle. The section I was reading was about the Law of Commitment and Consistency and how Marketers use this universal law to manipulate people to get them to respond in a certain way.

Robert was writing about the tele-marketer who calls up, and in my case almost 100% of the time, mispronounces my name (clue one for me). Then comes the set-up question in their script. Be ready for it, because your answer to what appears to be an innocent question is what proves to be your downfall. The individual reading the script says, “How are you today?” If you answer, “good, fine, okay” or any other similar kind of response, you have just placed yourself under the universal Law of Commitment and Consistency, without even realizing it. To refuse to follow up on their coming offer leaves you in a negative position of incongruency to this law. Think about the impact on your life and body when you are living in incongruency. Most people, even unconsciously, do not want to be in such a state and will therefore, even if they do not want what is being offered are conditioned to give consideration to the proposal. WOW!

After reading this, I began to imagine how I might respond to the next phone call I receive where the person begins with mispronouncing my name. Will I do it? I don’t know, but I did have fun thinking about how that might play out.

Energetic awareness includes listening to and taking time to care for your body. Otherwise you will not be in the place for full deployment of your inherent potential. Remember, “your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? {20} For you were bought at a price. Therefore glorify God with your body” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).

March 27, 2018

I had the opportunity to share with a couple yesterday afternoon my passion and excitement regarding The SEE Method of Living. This couple, who I first many years ago, was travelling through our town on their way home and stopped in for a visit. It was a great time where we got to reminisce about the past and catch up on the present. They were also seeking to find a Biblical response to a situation which they felt the “Church” in most locations was failing to respond to. It was a situation which I had been forced to consider, from a Biblical perspective, more than once through my life’s journey. The first time being back almost four decades to a time when we first met. They expressed appreciation for my insights. You never know in the midst of a challenge why something may be happening, but when you trust God through it, you may find a time and place where that challenge will be valuable as a mean to help someone else in their journey.

What I discovered as part of our time together was how certain aspects of who I am and how my passions have consistently manifested over the years. The comment was made about how I have always been out on the leading edge of creativity. I do not say this to promote myself, but as an insight I gained about myself in terms of how I have lived my life. At one point a few years ago someone said to me, “You are always looking to do something different, out on the edge.” The tone and intention of this statement was not a compliment at the time. But now I can SEE, that it was in fact, at least a recognition of my continued consistency and alignment with who I am and what I seek to do in my life.

The SEE Method of Living is yet another aspect of my life to express the truth and relevancy of the universal principles of God’s Word in a way that will empower people to SHIFT their mindset to achieve transformational freedom and expression, ELEVATE their energetic awareness for the full deployment of their inherent potential, and ENHANCE the quality of their life, living their purpose, fulfilling their destiny and leaving a lasting, positive legacy.

What I realized, after our guests had left this afternoon, was just how excited and passionate I had become about this process. My desire is to experience in my own life the very outcomes I am seeking for others, as they become unconsciously competent in their journey of life.

Don’t give up on yourself, don’t let anyone steal your dreams and keep you from living your purpose and fulfilling your destiny. Your persistence, creativity and love is a blessing from God. Never despise it, or diminish its significance in your life. “With this goal in mind, strive toward the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 3:14).