Abstract: Corruption is thought of as part of human nature. But what if we change that by acknowledging that corruption starts on the inside? What if we admit our own corruption? What if we acknowledge how we hide our corruption, making up excuses to justify it? Discovering how addictive societies promote corruption at a very young age. How we try to gain personal power by lying and cultivating certain manipulative behaviors. Deciding to become part of the…Continue
Abstract: Thoughts are the raw material of our life and dreams, the rudders that steer us from one reality to another. Admitting that our thinking has been contributing to the chaos and destruction we see in our world today? Embracing our addictive thinker within and discovering that our mental heath is our natural state of being, not something we can get or lose, nor is it…Continue
Added by Crystal Presence on March 10, 2020 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Abstract: We all have experienced sarcasm in one form or another. Definitions and examples of different kinds of sarcasm. Asking ourselves if we are aware of how much sarcasm is part of our daily speech. Is sarcasm a heathy way to make the changes we want? Is sarcasm part of the resolution or a problem in our world? A list of choices that we can make in the moments of wanting to be sarcastic.
Added by Crystal Presence on January 30, 2020 at 2:14pm — No Comments
Abstract: Asking empowered questions can shape the landscape of our lives. Questions that open up new aspects of our minds, bodies and hearts. Summoning our desires with empowered questions empowers us to be part of resolution in our world. A list of suggestions for asking empowered questions.
“A question not asked is a door not opened.” – Marilee Adams…Continue
Abstract: We all know people who provoke in ways that enrage and exasperate us. What if we admit to the provoker within? The part of us that sometimes provokes the ones we love when really we want their love? A list of how we provoke and push people away. Tips to end the habit of provoking.
We all know people who provoke in ways that enrage and exasperate us. Those who seem…Continue
Abstract: Life is filled with a plethora of experiences that can stimulate our reactivity. Moments we wish we could do over again. Tips how we can master the moment and make the difference between being part of the resolution or part of the problem.
Life is filled with a plethora of experiences that can stimulate our reactivity. Moments in response to what…
Abstract: History shows us that what we have thought is impossible leads us to new ways of thinking and bringing forth resolutions. With climate change upon us, we are faced with the opportunity to ride the waves one of our greatest evolutionary breakdowns and breakthroughs. The good news is that we are not alone. Feeling powerlessness is one of most pivotal experiences that holds us back. What if acknowledge the reflection of climate change as our internal…Continue
Abstract: Cultural delusions about love. As part of saving our world, what if we focus on how we can bring forth the bodily felt sense of love? Simple things we can do to reconnect, experience and catalyze that love.
As humanity continues in the quest to experience love we often proselytize about it and try to control it. What if we accept love is beyond the physical, and is eternal in nature? What if embrace the…Continue
Added by Crystal Presence on June 24, 2019 at 1:09pm — No Comments
Abstract: Addressing the different ways that cultures look at the aging process. Deciding that aging is not something to fix or a disease to be cured. Embracing it as natural, empowering and lifelong process that we all have in common. Choices that we can make to keep our lives positive as we grow older.
As children we thought of being old as something very far away. We looked at old people with a curious mind and welcomed grandparents who…Continue
Abstract: Defining expectation and how to use it wisely. Addressing the possibility of disappointment, anger, shame or guilt when our expectations fail to come in the forms, times or places we were expecting. Understanding the nature of desires being realized and the things to remember as we embrace the process.
“There is a season for sowing and a season for reaping and they never happen at the same time” Bob Proctor
Abstract: How living in an addicted society can keep our destructive habits overlooked and considered part of how life is. How we loose sight of our disconnection with self and our source. Deluding ourselves into believing that using fixes will make our lives feel better, only to lead us down the rabbit hole of lack, fear and powerless. How fixes literally fixate our energy and personal power. A list of common fixes we often dismiss. How to release these destructive…Continue
Added by Crystal Presence on March 27, 2019 at 6:30am — No Comments
Abstract: Defining opportunities to let go. Embracing and receiving the moments in life when we are faced with the choice to breathe, connect, and let go or to constrict our breathing, disconnect and hold back. Embracing those moments that are calling us to let go and making more empowered choices, sooner than later.
Opportunities to let go are the moments in life when we are faced with the choice to…Continue
Abstract: Acknowledging that our future is calling us to collaborate like no generation before. Knowing that we need to change how we educate ourselves and children. Realizing that in order to navigate this next evolutionary passage as self-intelligent co-creators, we need to shift our perception of education. Ways that we can bring forth a new evolutionary education.
“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability…Continue
Abstract: Being our own best coach as a way of inspiring, motivating and discovering the possibilities that would otherwise remain beyond our wildest dreams. Bringing understanding into what is required of us. Bringing clarity to what being our own best coach is and isn't.
“The key to great coaching is in believing in the greatness of human potential” Jack Canfield
Being our own best coach lives in the spirit of inspiring,…Continue
Abstract: Holidays as a time to celebrate the constant flow of giving and receiving that connects us all. Addressing the addictive culture of consumerism, triggering feelings of separation and aloneness. Asking powerful questions on how to bring resolution. Ideas for giving and receiving from our hearts without spending money. Celebrating Jesus as a man who had a passion for knowing who he was and telling his story.
"Receiving and giving…
Added by Crystal Presence on December 2, 2018 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Abstract: Releasing the condition and continuity of war. Letting go of holding war as part of the human condition. Asking new questions. Changing the habit of making choices at point crisis rather than at point easy. Taking full responsibility for releasing the continuity of our own internal battle and tug of war. A list of things we can do to be part of releasing war from our inside out.
As we stand in awe awe and appreciation for our…Continue
Abstract: As politics takes a center stage we wonder how to get clarity with so much chaos happening in our world today. Embracing this time of history as a doorway to bringing forth a new context of living. Asking ourselves to stand fast, trust and focus on the divine intention and purpose of our country, in living freedom and well being for all. Things we can do and focus on to be part of embracing politics and being part of the resolution. …Continue
Abstract: What is the nature of sustainability? Cultivating sustainability within as a path to bringing forth a sustainable world. Questions to ask ourselves. Tips on how to create a new context of sustainable living from our inside out.
"The world is as we see it." -ancient Hindu scripture Yoga Vasistha
As we strive for a sustainable world we realize that we are also bringing forth a new context of sustainable living and being.…Continue
Abstract: Acknowledging that in times of change we stir up different moods. What if we knew that the relationship with our moods and emotions is one of the most powerful things we can do to shape the changes we want in our world? Tips on embracing our moods and emotions as a path to fill our lives with ease and well being.
In times of change we find ourselves heading into the unknown. We know we have to let go of how it has been, and wonder how make to…Continue
Abstract: Wondering about our ability to stay present in turbulent times. Coming to realize that we are shaping our lives by the way we think, feel and behave. Freedom on the inside out as the experience of knowing that what is happening on our inside is shaping the experience we are having on our outside. Tips on how to how to experience freedom from the inside out.
In turbulent times we ask ourselves if we can stay present, make good choices…Continue