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Remember what you know

You bring things into your life not to have them, but because of the sensations you experience and the momentum of the process as it intensifies.  Something within you summons and activates vibration.  Another part of you resists.  Notice your focus.  Remember the complete force of everything flows through you.  You restrain it or unleash it. You appreciate every stage and all it offers. Its exhilarating beyond words.


Accept your cutting edge

As you deliberately focus attention on ideas and experiences, you influence the momentum and direction of your vibration, and the nature of conditions you invite into your life.  As you feel the rightness of certain choices, grow aware of what evokes good feelings inside.  Its like you gather momentum of everything that is required to make things show up in your visceral experience.  Every choice inspires you to feel more clarity about conditions and events that are bringing your dreams and what you are asking for into being.  Whatever you focus on activates a thought vibration and law of attraction responds to all of it now.

What is thought? To give your attention to anything activates the underlying energy vibration within you. To feel inspired is to validate the impulse to act. Motivation is the desire to act against or resist something. Notice your thinking tendencies. Do you imagine problems into being?, Do you self-criticize and discourage self from trusting intuition? Or, do you heed the pulses within that prompt you to feel secure confidence, that remind you of knowing you already have what you want? Recognize the power of that infallible, emotional guidance system. It always tells you where you stand between perception of 'here and there.'

Notice you realize every thought you put into motion. Notice the underlying vibrations of love and fear.  Being aware of difference and your freedom to choose means you accept you are at the cutting edge of creation.  You awaken to the journey of moving to align energetically with knowing. Every thought and feeling is a timeless teacher. You are student, teacher and energy being always transforming into more.


Its all cued up

You are reading this because this is what your vibrational nature is attracting.  As you make peace with where you are, then better feelings unfold or remain consistent within you where you are right now.  When you make an effort to bring others where you are, that is, encourage them to see what you see or feel what you feel, if these people are not ready, these people do not align with you. Feel the vibes. Discern the path of least resistance.  Notice what you are doing.  Are you allowing most of yourself to be in harmony?

The key is to recognize your vibration and make choices that enable you to feel good.  When you are inspired by or drawn toward things, you make decisions based on joy. Yet, its not your responsibility to bring others to your level of vibration and awareness.  You relate to others based on the emotional scale.  Know you are ready for environments that nurture your vitality and enable you to reclaim inner power.  

The best things for you are all cued up.  Ask and it is given but do you accept what is made available energetically? Standing where you are, notice how you feel.  Be  eager to express appreciation vibrationally regardless of what others are doing.  Identify positive aspects where you are to make peace with where you came from.  When you appreciate people as they are, you are also accepting self fully.  When how people feel about you no longer matters, resistance within you fades. Feelings of insecurity and inadequacy dissolve. Tune into feeling good now without requiring you or others to be different.  Allow others to be as they are.  Accept all of you.  Reasons for your fear no longer exist.  Allow the essence of being to be present and so it is. All things always work out for you. Know this and live in wisdom.


In the Hands of Destiny

A great Japanese warrior named Nobunaga decided to attack the enemy although he had only one-tenth the number of men the opposition commanded. He knew that he would win, but his soldiers were in doubt.

On the way he stopped at a Shinto shrine and told his men: "After I visit the shrine I will toss a coin. If heads comes, we will win; if tails, we will lose. Destiny holds us in her hand."

Nobunaga entered the shrine and offered a silent prayer. He came forth and tossed a coin. Heads appeared. His soldiers were so eager to fight that they won their battle easily.

"No one can change the hand of destiny," his attendant told him after the battle.

"Indeed not," said Nobunaga, showing a coin which had been doubled, with heads facing either way.


Zen koans such as that above encourage readers to learn not only to "read between the lines," but also "within the words." There is always more to such value tales than meets the eye.

A koan is a story that presents a paradox, a situation that baffles or makes no sense.  Yet, as a readers evolves, he realizes it is how he thinks that is unfounded.

Koans prompt you to alter perception of reality.
Once the mind is able to simplify, the paradox dissolves.

Additional Zen koans can be found at


Elizabeth Gilbert & 3 points about genius

Elizabeth Gilbert wrote, Eat Pray Love, about a year she spent travelling the world after a difficult divorce. She has written other books, but this one is particuarly engaging for its humor, trans-cultural flavor, and spiritual healing journey.

Regardless of gender or life condition, something about her journey resonates with every reader. It may be something you experienced in common, lost, abandoned or left behind during a stage of your life. It may be a reaction, a passing fancy or, a dream to venture where you had feared to tread. It all brings you back to your core self. Consider three points about genius;

1) Genius is not rare. Most people speak of genius as a prodigy, in terms of things they are not. They use it as a tool for alienation rather than the ket to reconnect to the deepest spirit. Recognizing your own genius is a normal state of mind blocked by a fundamental defect: lack of insight into yourself.

2) Genius is a second insight. The prospect of radical transformation from the inside brings thoughts of revelation, salvation, escape from suffering, solace, peace. To rediscover this is part of a process of liberation from what you thought you knew where you were. You turn to face your demons.

3) Genius is awareness. To discern dysfunction and reactions within is part of a core healing process. New levels of awareness bring new levels of consciousness and grasp of things as they truly are. Some people trigger revelations during long and perilous geographical journeys. Other people realize how they live, how they manifest or perpetuate certain conditions and mindsets, without ever moving. No matter where you think you go, your mind creates illusion. Becoming aware how it functions brings you degrees of sanity.