As the presidential race continues in the Unites States, I believe it’s important to address the concept of intentful thinking. I recently read a blog post from a local vehicle wrap company that you can check out at www.phoenixautowrap.com, where the gentleman at the company stated that our presidential candidates are so focused on what we don’t want. It said how we are focused on enemies that we don’t want, scarcities that we don’t want, and overall problem we don’t want. Similar to what I have said here, that which we focus on grows, so if were focused on problems, then we will most likely encounter more problems. One candidate that I really want to center this post on is Donald Trump. A man who has so much to say about the faults of other people (races), and has worked towards creating segregation between the American people. After listening to him and reading the blog post, it all got me thinking about what other societies outside of our planet (if they exist) would think about all of this. How would they perceive our infatuation with segregation and what you could call modern racism? Would they see this issue as something that stifles the progress of the human race? I believe they would. Continue reading
This is something I have pondered for a long time. So finally I have put thought into writing. Hopefully it does not come off as a rant, but instead spawns some serious critical thought on the subject. If you have any questions or would like to talk further on this subject please comment below or shoot over an email. Continue reading
Today I wanted to discuss a subject that is of recent interests to me. It’s something that has been on my radar, but nothing I have given an over amount of attention to, until now. That which I am speaking of is commonly referred to as the path of least resistance. A term that essentially means, exactly what it sounds like – a path of least resistance.
From my understanding the term developed its meaning from nature. Being that the path that nature takes is the one that poses the least resistance. A river will travel down a stream or water way, following the least resistant route. A lighting bolt will come down from the sky following the least resistant path. A current will travel through wiring, again following the least resistant path. And the more you study nature, the more apparent this theme of least resistance will show itself to you.
What does that all mean? Is nature lazy? Well…not exactly. Continue reading
If you haven’t tried it before you ought to start now. Being thankful and showing appreciation in your life can yield overwhelmingly positive results. I witnessed this first-hand, this past weekend. I rented a limousine for a friends birthday party in Scottsdale Arizona. My friend is an art major, so we decided it would be fun to take her throughout the city and go to a couple art museums and then finish by spinning pottery and grabbing ice cream. The plans were set, and all 8 of our friends were excited for the event filled day. Continue reading
I’m not sure if you ever heard the term abrah kadavrah, but I imagine you probably have. It’s a term used to invoke some sort of magic, whether in a t.v. show, movie or what have you, and I’m sure the meaning goes way back. The word has a lot of meaning to me because it always reminds me of a time in my life where I possessed magic, or at least I thought I did. My dad was involved, and if you have read my post about the power of intention, then you know my dad has played a large part in my discovery of the power of intention. Continue reading
In this article I want to give a shout out to a special person in my journey that has helped me come to learn about the power of intention at a deeper level. Her name is Esther Hicks and she is probably most known for her appearance in a popular book called the Secret. Before that, she and her husband were successful in a MLM company called Amway, where I imagine she must have used the power of intention quite successfully. Continue reading
As a young boy my father taught me of the power of intention. Not with any real intention. But almost accidentally. One day when we were camping, we woke up to a cloudy and very over-casty day. Upset by this, because of what we had planned for the day I went back into the tent to sulk. For the night before, my dad had talked about the fishing and hiking we would do in the beautiful sunlight canyon. Continue reading