Understanding Yourself Through Others

This is a Great Practice From Deepak Chopra: Everyone we see in the world is a reflection of ourselves, and the traits we see most clearly in others are the ones that are strongest in ourselves. This is called the mirror of relationship and it is a powerful tool for emotional freedom.When we have a strong negative reaction to someone, we can be certain that they’re reflecting traits that we also possess but have been unwilling to embrace. We spend so much time denying that we have a dark side, and then end up projecting these denied qualities onto other people. For the same reason, we are attracted to certain people because they have the same traits that we have, only more so. This exercise will help you embrace the coexistence of opposites within yourself: Step One: Think about someone you find attractive. On the left side of a piece… Read the rest....
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Living the Four Agreements

Living the Four Agreements: Tips on How To Not Take Anything Personally Part 2 HeatherAsh Amara April 25, 2013 Personal Growth, The Four Agreements   “Every time we take something personally it is an opportunity to explore what exactly has been touched within us. By becoming aware of old beliefs that cause pain, we take responsibility for healing past hurts.” — From Tips on How to not Take Anything Personally Part 1 Last week I took something personally in a spectacular way. I was talking with a friend on the phone about the end of my marriage when they said something that caused a nuclear reaction in my heart. I simultaneously felt crushed, furious, devastated, and betrayed by their words. My inside voice said, “How dare they! I can’t believe they would say something so hurtful to me. Don’t they know how unconscious they are being and how much pain… Read the rest....
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Living the Four Agreements

Living the Four Agreements: Tips on How To Not Take Anything Personally Part 1 Heather Ash Amara April 15, 2013 Personal Growth, The Four Agreements “We don’t set ourselves up for failure by saying “I’m never going to take anything personally again.” Instead we say, “I am going to do my best to not take anything personally.” And then we use our awareness to be really curious about what the next thing is that we will take personally.” ~ From Starting with Agreement #0 The best way to embark on our exploration of not to taking anything personally is to understand that we are learning a new skill. Not taking anything personally is a practice, like playing the piano or running a marathon or learning to walk. All practice takes dedication, perseverance, and lots of falling down and getting up again. The truth is we will stumble and fumble our… Read the rest....
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Huna, Physics and the Law of Attraction

I'd like to share with you the seven principles of Huna because they beautifully and simply describe who you are and what is possible for you. These are some of the most ancient teachings on the planet, but as you read, see how modern physics is validating these principles and how the Law of Attraction is very ancient, indeed. Ike:The world is what you think it is… BE AWARE. Your beliefs create your reality. You conscious mind cannot be aware of everything going on at once, so your subconscious, based on your beliefs, filters reality for you. If you change your beliefs, you change your perspective and your life changes. If you become more and more aware of your thoughts throughout the day, you can begin to choose more positive thoughts that support the kind of person you want to be. Kala: There are no limits… BE FREE. The Universe… Read the rest....
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