Friday, August 7, 2015

How To Develop Your Sixth Sense

This article is dedicated to those who are looking for some info about sixth-sense development, such as fortune-telling, clairvoyance, plant and animal communication, out-of-body experiences, etc.

Before, I deeply believed that those titles belonged only to super-humans born with "gifts." I never thought that one day, I could unblock some of those abilities through removing subconscious programming from my mind.

You might ask, "How is it possible to do that?"

Well, if you've read my previous articles, I have written about human mind programming there.

Humanity live in Collective Consciousness, which means we are all connected energetically like a spider web. Beliefs, memories and negative patterns connect us and create some kind of Matrix.

We live in the Matrix world, a little like the movie The Matrix - my favorite one.

This loud mind-chat you have in your head on a daily basis produces many different thought forms, and as a result, it creates a long chain of emotions-not always happy ones.

Many spiritual teachers are constantly promoting one dogma: "Live in the present moment; cultivate only positive emotions and happiness will appear."

All of that sounds great, doesn't it?

But you still have that negative, toxic chatter, so for many people it is hopeless. Spiritual and motivational "gurus" simply tell you to forget all that is negative and change it into positive emotions, and by doing so your life will change.

Manipulating energy to create a change is possible, and it gives positive outcomes for many people. But it is not true change, not true happiness.

When we use our logical mind, those negative mind emotions should go somewhere. If you try to be positive and happy when the truth is the opposite, the negativity won't magically go away from your mind.

The projection of your conscious mind will suppress toxic energy to the deeper layers of your subconscious mind, giving you the illusion that it is all gone.

But reality and truth are bitter. Sometimes it is really harsh.

You've been hijacked by energy parasites through social engineering, changes in

DNA structures, or life-long traumas, bad memories or conflicts in your relationships.

All of these things still exist in your system, draining your life-force energy and disconnecting you from your true authentic self and your natural abilities.

Your sixth-sense abilities can be unblocked naturally through a special process. Step by step, you can calm down your loud mind chatter and realize how powerful of a human being you are.

It may sound a bit mystical, reserved only for those who are gifted, but it is your human right to psychically sense the "unknown" naturally.

It took me a lot of time to unblock some of those abilities. Previously, I had no expectation that I could communicate with other beings such as dogs or plants.

If you project an expectation to the outcome you require, that produces an energy block to the natural flow of your own manifestation.

What you persist in, resists at the end of the day.

Only emotional detachment and resilience make things happen in your life.

Remember that you are a beautiful and divine being who has an infinite power to create what you desire.

Iga Wisniewska is a certified Mind Resonance Process ® Level 3 Life Coach (MRP). After hundred hours of her own personal work she helps people build their self-confidence and self-esteem to become free and self-empowered.

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Monday, August 3, 2015

Exercise Motivation : The Power of Potential

It was Steven Pressfield who acknowledged, "The song we're composing already exists in potential. Our work is to find it."

Every man yearns to express his potential through his life and work. The dictionary defines potential as: latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness.

Potential evokes the impression of an idle car, roaring with possibility before hurtling down the road. It is the car's engine and driver that decide the car's speed. Yet, without someone to take control of the vehicle, there is little potential to speak of.

I recall taking an elective subject in automotive design at university. The lecturer, a former automotive designer, spoke of how the badge ornament for the Ford Mustang, the galloping wild horse, came to be. The final design has come to evoke a sense of movement and potential, so that even while stationary, the car conveys the image of movement.

Regrettably, many people are held back by limiting beliefs, fears and doubts related to their potential. Left unchecked, these destructive energies perpetuate into a contracted self-worth.

Whatever you buy into long enough and with enough conviction, forms your reality.

We recognise potential within ourselves foremost when we abide by our highest distinction. In doing so, it summons our dormant strengths and commitment toward greatness.

Consequently, the power of potential is the idle horse ready to gallop.

Potential necessitates discipline, attention and commitment to bring it to life. "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free," declared Michelangelo.

It must be said that potential is harnessed when you give yourself to the process. The greatest minds in history began life with little potential. Abraham Lincoln's learning difficulties as a young man is an example of one who transformed potential into achievement.

To cultivate potential, we hold steadfast to move in the right direction, without becoming fixed on the path which leads us there. Potential must be obvious to the individual and is accompanied with passion and desire.

"Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes time. Vision with action can change the world," states futurist and author Joel A. Barker.

Make it your duty to nurture your strengths since passion and enthusiasm alone only get you so far.

An indomitable will, spawned by inspiration rouses potential.

It is through dedicated focus toward a vision or dream that transforms desire into action since strong aspirations alone are insufficient.

"The difference between those people living their potential and those who don't, is not the amount of potential itself, but the amount of permission they give themselves to live in the present," avows spiritual teacher and author Marianne Williamson.

Whatever is possible is attributed to the mind that can conceive it.

The realisation of our goals and dreams are constrained only by our limiting beliefs. They slow if not halt progress altogether, because the same creative intelligence that manifests our desires, also gives birth to our insecurities.

The power to unleash potential is overcome by rising above our obstacles, instead of being defeated by them.

Potential is clothed in: hard work, an indomitable will, commitment and courage. To take a contrasting view, I equate lack of potential to simmering water which never boils because the heat is turned down.

In recent times there's been much discussion given to the widely held opinion we use ten percent of our brain power. Whilst acknowledged as an urban myth, I believe we are yet to tap into our other faculties, such as intuition or the deeper subconscious mind to harness potential.

In The Power of Habit, author Charles Duhigg suggests we reveal our potential by developing sound habits. Many people's failures are attributed to poor habits gained throughout their lifetime.

To nurture potential, we form a strong foundation to harness those gifts and cultivate them as we evolve.

I am fond of the saying, Life doesn't know what it will become until you create it.

Similarly, author Michael Talbot who wrote The Holographic Universe affirms, "We are not born into the world. We are born into something that we make into the world."

Potential exists in all living things and is the lifeblood of universal intelligence. To allow this intelligence to act through us brings to life that which resonates with our deepest self. The same energy which gives birth to our ambitions does so at the right time and not a moment sooner.

"Everything in the Universe, including you, your soul, everyone else, and every soul, participates in a continual unfolding of potential," avows the American spiritual teacher Gary Zukav.

You cannot escape your potential any more than refusing to inhale oxygen from the air surrounding you. However, how you use that potential forms the foundation for life to express herself through you.

Steven Pressfield struck upon a crucial point in the opening quote: that all potential exists within the space-time realm.

Your task is to birth that potential by giving it life through: dedication, commitment and inspired action.

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Friday, July 3, 2015

How To Success

Franz Kafka is considered one of the most creative and influential writers of the 20th century. Unbelievingly, he spent most of his time working as a lawyer for the Workers Accident Insurance Institute!

Then, how on earth did Kafka produce such fantastic creative works while doing his job?

The secret is simple.

By sticking to a strict 'writing' schedule.

He would come back from work and take a nap. He would wake up, write for a few hours beginning from sharp 11 p.m, and only then, go to sleep. He did this again and again and again and again.

Research shows, many many great artists, businessmen, sportspeople and scientists, followed a consistent schedule.

Maya Angelou, one of the most outstanding poetess I have ever read, rented a hotel room to write. She arrived at 6:30 a.m, wrote until 2 p.m, and then went home to do some editing. She never slept at the hotel.

Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Chabon writes five nights per week from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Haruki Murakami wakes up at 4 a.m, writes for five hours, and then goes for a run.

Sam Walton of Walmart was legendary for his weekly review of EVERY one of his over 9500 stores from 4.30 a.m. to 8.30 a.m. EVERY DAY!

When yoga guru BKS Iyengar was celebrating his 91st birthday, he was quoted saying, since the age of 14 (that is for 77 years) he might have missed practicing yoga a maximum of 10 times. Can you imagine? In 77 years, not exercising for only 10 days!!! Phew! Mind blowing! But, that is what I guess is the secret of his high energy levels and brilliant health.

Sania Nehwal would appear for practice at P Gopichand's academy at an incredible 4.30 a.m. for that was the only available time slot! For this, she had to leave her home at 3.45 a.m. It's up to you to guess what time she must be waking up???

The work of top successful people isn't dependent solely upon resources or talent or fortune or plain opportunity. Besides one or a few before mentioned factors, they follow a consistent pattern and 'work' routine. It's the mastering of daily habits that leads to super successes, and not some mythical spark of genius.

Why are habits and routines so important in the making of schedules? Habits and routines are important in the making of schedules because they "free our minds to thinking about 'development and execution' in personally interesting fields of action."

In my career as a trainer and as a counselor, I have seen supremely talented people waste so much of their lifetime 'trying' to decide what time to work or where to work from or worse still completely ignoring the scheduling process. They wait for the 'right mood' and never truly take-off. They never condition themselves to 'peak performance'. In the process, they impede their capacity to do their best work.

There are plenty of research studies done all over the world on willpower, habit formation, inspirations, creativity, literature, sports, peak performance and motivation to back up the above paragraph.

To sum it all up, if you're sincere about compelling success, stop waiting for motivation and inspiration to strike or the right mood to set. Make it simple. Set a schedule for doing important work on a consistent basis. If a certain time works best for your 'important work', make that your consistent time.

Ironically, we set time to see movies, watch TV, read newspapers, all of them are not your 'important works'. By all means, do so. But, do schedule the 'important works' too.

You will be delighted with the results.

Looking forward to hearing from you on this topic. What is your take on this? What has worked for you? Would love to learn from your experiences.

With love, prayers and exceptional wishes,

Naren

Imagine, when we wake up, we are given only what we had thanked for.

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