Tag: consciousness

EXCELLENCE & PERFECTION

“Demanding perfection assumes some external standard and definition of perfection. Such a mentality, combined with ourselves and the world not conforming to this standard, is the source of a variety of distressing emotional and cognitive states. A consciousness of striving for excellence perceives perfection in the process of life itself as it unfolds and manifests, without needing to adhere to some externally defined conception of perfection. Striving for excellence is consistent with giving fully, be-do-have, and all the strategies for living. In such a consciousness we naturally support and challenge ourselves and others to ever-higher and deeper levels of character and performance.”

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BE-DO-HAVE REVISTED

Be-Do-Have consciousness is joyful, contented and powerful from the start. Living these qualities, I naturally do the things that joyful, contented and powerful people do—with the result that I have things that joyful, contented and powerful people have. Being compassionate, loving and confident, I naturally act in ways that compassionate, loving and confident people act—and thus I have what compassionate, loving and confident people have. The salient point about Be-Do-Have is not that it culminates in have, but that it originates in be.

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URGENCY & CONTENTMENT

“… experiencing healthy urgency does not mean being dissatisfied with the present – that urgency and contentment aren’t exclusive of each other; contentment doesn’t necessarily breed complacency or laziness, rather if it’s coupled with urgency it can be a fertile and healthy birthing ground for continuous expansion of whatever kind…”
David B. Wolf

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FROM GRACE

“Thank you eternally for your guidance and association. This class has been a re-awakening moment and inspiration to be who I wish to be and wish to accomplish. I have all what it takes and you have allowed me to confirm it with my consciousness and heart.”
Grace Pampo
Foundational seminar – Florida July 2010

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MOSAIC OF LIFE

“Every act, thought, and choice adds to the permanent mosaic: Our decisions ripple through the universe of consciousness to affect the lives of all. Every act or decision made that supports life, supports all life, including our own.”
David R. Hawkins, MD, PHD


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TO RECEIVE APPRECIATION

I think that when we are in spiritually-connected consciousness we receive all genuine appreciation in the spirit of ‘It’s not about me. Rather, they are perceiving some qualities of the divine that I am fortunate to be reflecting.’ So, in such a state of mind we don’t become proud or arrogant when we receive appreciation, and neither do we deny or block the flow of giving, appreciation and affection. We receive it in a mood of celebrating our divine nature and quality.

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THE NATURE OF SPIRIT

Great wisdom traditions affirm that our nature reflects the supreme. In Genesis, for example, it is said that we are created in the image of God. What is this supreme nature that we represent? Is it fearful? Confused? Resentful? Weak? Overwhelmed with anxiety? When I think of divine nature, I envision qualities such as power, vitality, fearlessness, contentment and compassion. In accord with the world’s major wisdom traditions, my conviction is that our fundamental nature is spiritual and sacred, inherently balanced, whole and complete.

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LANGUAGE REFLECTS CONSCIOUSNESS

An important aspect of the courses I conduct is that the participants examine their lives from alternative perspectives, and change for the better as a result of that exploration. At the core of this examination are the principles of choice and responsibility. A stance of personal responsibility is the most effective attitude for living a life of excellence and creating the experience and results we desire.

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