Frequency and vibration for a better life

raise your positive vibrational frequency and live a happier life.

 

Practice self-love

Remember you are a spiritual being having a human experience

Search, learn and focus on who you want to become

Soften your energy to release creativity and harmony

Take responsibility for your life and energy today

Visualize yourself to live a fulfilling life

Perceive the diversity of creation to appreciate all things

Strengthen your thoughts and emotions to transcend limitation.

Keep a daily gratitude diary to practice thankfullness.

Meditate daily to clear your mental chaos.

Adopt and active lifestyle to trigger positive biochemistry.

Face your fears to awaken remarkable new possibilities.

Surround yourself with positive people

The secrets of the Subconscious

I took part in a workshop of Arian Lev who developed a method for re-programming the subconscious, the method that allows direct access to the depths of the subconscious and discovers the blocking factor that prevents the person from moving forward in their lives and living a life full of joy, freedom, light and fun.

I am a big fan of The Silva Method which uses the same techniques of lowering into the alpha waves of the brain and reprogramming the subconscious.

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What I really liked about Arian’s method is that she went further in her discoveries, recognizing patterns of conditions that are imprint in our subconscious since our first cell of our being was produced until around 10 years old of childhood. Her method goes by allowing yourself to recognize which condition blocks you, go into alpha brain waves and the re programming the new condition which allows you to set free.

An example of a pattern condition is love = rejection and then trough the process, change the pattern condition to love = acceptance in our subconscious

Well done Arian!

 

 

The Conceptual Age

Lawyers. Accountants. Computer programmers. That’s what our parents encouraged us to become when we grew up. But Mom and Dad were wrong. The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind. The era of “left brain” dominance, and the Information Age that it engendered, are giving way to a new world in which “right brain” qualities-inventiveness, empathy, meaning-predominate.

The Conceptual Age an era where individuals grow richer, technology becomes more powerful and the world grows more connected,  we enter an era of society of creators and meaning meakers.

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That’s the argument at the center of this book A Whole New Mind, which uses the two sides of our brains as a metaphor for understanding the contours of our times.

I invite you to fill THE CARD THAT KEEPS YOU ON TRACK to relate to the things that you consider most important in your life, to help you to achieve the best of yourself for this Conceptual Age.

25 Myths Broke People Believe

As Dave Ramsey says, poor is an attitude.

Dave’s blog readers and radio listeners for the most common excuses they hear from friends and family who are up to their eyeballs in debt and unwilling to change. If you find yourself struggling with any of these 25 myths, click on the following links to learn how to change your life and start on the true path to financial peace.

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1. I’ll save next year when I’m making more money.
2. At my age, it’s too late anyway.
3. Why save money? You can’t take it with you when you die.
4. Old cars just aren’t as safe.
5. What’s wrong with a 72-month car payment?
6. My car is an investment.
7. Buying used is just inheriting someone else’s problems.
8. Whatever you want, dear.
9. I just want my kids to have it better than I did.
10. But that new RV will help our family bond.
11. We’ll pay it off when the tax return comes in.
12. I’ll start my budget next month.
13. I’ll worry about the future when it gets here.
14. If everyone stopped borrowing money, the economy would fail.
15. I must be able to afford it if I was approved for the loan.
16. I need a house payment for tax purposes.
17. You’re only young once, right?
18. But we’re on vacation.
19. I work hard. I deserve it.
20. Why make more money? Uncle Sam will just take it all away.
21. The little man can’t get ahead.
22. If I earn too much I’ll lose my public assistance.
23. My rich grandparents are going to leave me money.
24. I can’t afford insurance. But hey, my weed eater has a three-year extended warranty.
25. It’s okay. I have overdraft protection.

If you want to win with money in the long term, you have to stop making excuses in the short term. It’s as simple as that. Change your attitude, and you’ll begin to change your life.

To be able to change start but making some order first!

It is time for a reality check!

  • Take an ordinary piece of paper
  • Write down a basic list of your expenses
  • Now write down a list of your available funds
  • Do the math
  • Read and study financial literacy, start with Rich Dad Poor Dad.

Lack of money is no obstacle, lack of an idea is an obstacle. – Ken Hakuta

Use your imagination – Visualize yourself in abundance

Hear the right tones – Connect to youtube and hear meditation for abundance

Write your right words – Sit and write your purpose, focus on your desire for abundance.

 

Leonardo Da Vinci – Way of thinking

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The Life of Leonardo Da Vinci
Here is a list of DaVinci’s major accomplishments:
“Leonardo The Artist”: he transformed the direction of art.  He was the pioneer for many different ideas and methods in the art world.
“Leonardo The Architect”: a major focus in general principles of design.
“Leonardo The Inventor”: made plans for a flying machine, helicopter, parachute, and many other marvels including the extendable ladder, 3 speed gear shift, machine for cutting screw heads, bicycle, adjustable monkey wrench, snorkel, hydraulic jacks, revolving stage, etc… More than any single invention, DaVinci deserves credit for pioneering the concept of automation.
“Leonardo the Military Engineer”: he made plans for weapons that would be deployed 400 years later including the armored tank, machine gun, mortar, guided missile, and submarine.
“Leonardo The Scientist”: Significant contributions in Anatomy, Botany, Geology and Physics

The Seven Da Vinci – Principles

Curiosita DaVinci had an intense desire to understand the essence of things.  This led him to developing of such an investigative, curious lifestyle. DaVinci noted that is also a good idea to go away and relax from your work so when you come back, your judgement will more clear. The questions that engage our thought on a daily basis reflect our life purpose and influence the quality of our lives.  By developing an open mind, we can broaden our universe and improve our ability to travel through it.

Leonardo’s notebooks demonstrate his curiosità.

Dimostrazione “The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” Learning to think like DaVinci requires eye opening work of questioning our own opinions, Create Affirmations – Strengthen your resilience like DaVinci by writing out affirmations to inspire you in dealing with your greatest challenges.  Some examples of DaVinci’s affirmations are: “I do not depart from my furrow”, “Obstacles do not bend me”, “Every obstacle is destroyed through rigor”, “I shall continue”, “I never tire of being useful”.

A commitment to test knowledge through, experience, persistence, and a willingness to learn from mistakes.

Sensazione The continual refinement of the senses, especially sight, as the means to enliven experience.

LISTENING AND HEARING Layered Listening – Once or twice each day, pause for a few moments and listen to the sounds around you.  Peel back the different layers of sound in your head. Listen For Silence – practice listening for the space between sounds Practice Silence – experiment with a day of silence.

AROMATIC AWARENESS Avoid general descriptions of scents like “that smells good” or “that stinks”.  Think about the smells and use a wider vocabulary in your aromatic descriptions.

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TOUCHING AND FEELING “The secret of sensitive “feeling” touch is an attitude of receptivity, learning to “listen” deeply with your hands and whole body.”

SYNESTHESIA Synesthesia – the merging of the senses.

Sfumato  Incubation and Intuition – DaVinci said “the greatest geniuses sometimes accomplish more when they work less.”  Incubation is most effective when you alternate, as DaVinci did, between periods of intense, focused work and rest.  Without periods of intense, focused work, there is nothing to be incubated. Take Time for Solitude and Relaxation. A willingness to embrace ambiguity, paradox, and uncertainty.

Arte/Scienza Whole-Brain thinking. The development of the balance between art and science, logic and imagination. Left Brain: Logical, analytical thinking. Right Brain: Imaginative, big picture thinking.

“Study the science of art and the art of science.” Leonardo DaVinci

Corporalita The cultivation of grace, ambidexterity, fitness, and poise. Balancing the body and the mind.

Connessione recognizing and appreciating that all phenomena are connected.

Make all your goals SMART: S- Specific. M- Measurable. A- Accountability. R- Realistic and Relevant. T- Time Line.

 

The Mirror Exercise

The exercise is called The Mirror Exercise,  stand in front of a mirror by yourself.

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For the first few seconds, just stand there and really look at yourself, deep in your eyes. Chances are you’ve never done this before, so it will probably feel very uncomfortable or awkward, and you may find yourself turning away from the mirror! Rest assured that this is normal, and simply direct your gaze back to your eyes and send yourself as much love and acceptance as you can. Really look at yourself and see what you look like to the outside world. Look at your eyes, your skin, your forehead, your nose, etc.

Say out loud to yourself “I love you” and then your full name. Do your best to just stick with any feelings that come up, whether positive or negative. They are just feelings and you can accept them and allow them to be.memo you said you would finish.

The idea is to acknowledge and appreciate yourself for things you achieved during the day, month or life. Again, aim for 5-10 things and remember you are saying these things out loud to yourself!

While continuing to look at yourself in the mirror, flow love and compassion towards yourself as best as you can. Now you want to find things that you love about yourself and acknowledge those qualities. For example, “I love that you have such pretty eyes.” “I love that you are such a loyal friend.” “I love how creative you are.” “I love how toned your arms are.” You can focus on things you love about yourself that are either physical characteristics or that have more to do with who you are as a person. The key is to find things about yourself that you can truly love and appreciate and acknowledge yourself for.

At 83, Louise Hay is a wise person and writer — a woman who’s lived an extraordinary life   that has inspired millions.  She used the mirror exercise and help herself to change her life and so of so many more.

 

The thought of doing the mirror exercise  can feel awkward or silly. It’s just not an easy thing to do. I tried it and feel embarrassed. Then I found myself focusing on the wrinkles around my eyes, the hair and the way my skin seemed to sag a bit at my throat. Difficult exercise but I sticked to it!.

After a while, practicing this exercise, an internal shift occurred. I started to develop a deeper, more loving relationship with myself.

It’s not unusual to feel silly, embarrassed, like crying, or just generally uncomfortable.  Hang in there.  It gets more fun the more often you do it—and you deserve it!

I would suggest to write in THE CARD THAT KEEPS YOU ON TRACK the things that you love about yourself.

The 11 steps to MAGIC

Jose |Luis Parise author of the eleven steps to magic, is an Argentinian researcher, writer and psychoanalyst. In his books he shows us a map of 11 step towards magic, to direct us to our own magic in our life.

From the Initiation of History, mankind passes down a Legacy that Teaches that it is possible to use Subtle Forces which help Man in his Life. That same Legacy, unmistakably, has also shown that a deep Change is produced in those Who take the Path that leads them to reach such Forces. In fact, He Who takes these Steps, has been given the mythical names of Hero, Shaman, Witch… and Magician.

What are these mysterious Forces that the Magician (Hero, Shaman, Witch) summons? Why do these Subtle Forces sometimes turn up as the most powerful Ally, while other times they present as the worst enemies? Is it possible to work with those Invisible and Subtle Phenomena with the same certainty as the modern man has learnt to work with the Visible and Manifest Phenomena?

These were the Questions which, almost thirty years ago, Started Our Journey. A Journey that would embark us on more than a Hundred Journeys, and which led us to the so called Iniciatic Cultures on the Planet … to meet Those whom we were not even certain that Existed: Those Who are literally since ever Pointed out as The Ones who Know the Magic … and who nowadays are named as The Guardians of The Wisdom.

Something in common threads with Gold Strings all what in those different cultures presents itself as Magic. As if an identical original Teaching should have been spread as Fundamental Paradigm for Humanity. In what we nowadays see as different cultures and religions … all of them had learnt to follow the same Map.

A Map… that takes to the Most Elevated, Powerful and Sacred of the Human Being.

A Map … that Transcends the human being, unifying him with His Divine Forces.

A Map… of Eleven Steps.

1. The chaos of the idea

2. The order of the word

3. Feelings

4. Signs

5. The exam

6. The use of the energy

7. Magic appears

8. The art of Negotiation

9. Obtacles, final exam

10. The Realization

11. The Master – what we learned

Here I found the best explanation in English http://www.edipo.org/indexeng_elevensteps.html

The Sleep

We spend many hours awake, talking, working, eating and thinking and hopefully doing things that we love, we are in a constant rush, dealing with obligations and chores, looking for ways to relax more and be more productive.
We avoid sleeping good, we take hours from our sleep to do things more efficiently, to simply do more.

The sleeping at night is the laps-us that rebuild us, that stop us and tranquilize us in a prodigious way to awake with new energies for the next day.

Why we avoid such a natural gift?

Our sanctuary is our room at night, a good sleep is where we can ease our minds, our desires, our love and build a better life.

It will be nice to design our night room with the right light, create a paradise with the perfect position of the bed and a good mattress so it will become the best remedy for our needs.
Your mornings will start much better after a good night sleep.

Before going to sleep try doing some focusing in what you really want, visualize for few minutes your perfect life, use the power of gratitude and you will be rewarded big time!
Have a good night sleep.

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The Pygmalion Effect

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Psychologist Robert Rosenthal saw this happening in school systems between teacher and student and dubbed it the “Pygmalion Effect’-named after the Greek myth of a man named Pygmalion, then a king of Cyprus, carved a statue of a perfect woman, who falls in love with the statue that he created to such a degree that he asked the gods to make the statue alive so he can love her and she can loved him back.

Essentially what he discovered was that when teachers expect high performance from some children, the children do in fact, show better results. Label them as “gifted” (even without supposed evidence to support the label) and the teacher will elicit gifted performance from the students.

Long before this research was done, human relations guru Dale Carnegie wrote, `Become genuinely interested in other people.` When we are genuinely interested in others, really curious about them, they feel respected and valued. Implied in our interest is the suggestion that they have a lot to offer. As we show our interest, they tend to become more interesting, more creative, and more capable.

One of the most valuable NLP presuppositions that I consciously adopt each day is: “every person already has all the necessary resources to affect any desired change”. What this means is, if a person wants to change in any way, they can do it! They have all the inner resources. Resources are thought of as internal images, sounds and feelings. They can be memories in the form of reference experiences, whether that person has done it directly, or has seen or heard someone else do it. They may lack the “how” but they have the capability.

If you make a conscious choice to expect the best from others, you will tend to get it, from friends, family members, colleagues, and service people. Your behavior toward them, genuinely expressed, will begin to create the self-fulfilling prophecy that people are often more than they seem.