It’s not uncommon that clients come to me wanting to tackle different challenges in their life. And one of the things I typically like to work on with them is their personal magnetism. Personal magnetism is not something only held by celebrities and politicians. All of us have our own kind or style of magnetism.

On a very basic level, our bodies have their own energy field, which like a magnet either attracts people, situations and even things toward us or repels them in the opposite direction. Our thoughts and emotions are also connected to the energy we send out, and our thoughts and emotions have a great deal to do with how others perceive us and how we interact in the world. Think about people you have been naturally drawn to, as well as those that you have been wary of.

Changing our thoughts and getting clearer about our emotions has a direct impact on our magnetism level. The key here is for us to become aware of the types of thoughts and emotions that we generate and process. Are these feelings and thoughts positive and open to possibilities, or are they negative and critical of others and ourselves? The simplest way to think about this is to realize that we tend to attract exactly what we focus on. To discover what that is, we just need to check in throughout the day to see how we’re feeling. What is your inner monologue saying? Where are your thoughts and daydreams taking you? This process isn’t necessarily an obvious one, and once you start paying attention to this inner space, you might be surprised by the state of your internal world.

For example, if you find yourself having a negative thought such as, “I’ll never get ahead,” you’re sending out negative or repelling energy. But if you turn that thought into a positive statement, like “I am tackling the challenges along my chosen path,” then you’ll be sending out more open, determined energy. Try this exercise a couple of times throughout the day with the intention of directing your thoughts more constructively. If you find that your thoughts are stressed or even tense, take a short three to five-minute break and do something positive. Get a glass of water or tea, or do some little stretches to loosen up. Do what you need to do to get yourself back on track!

One thing I often recommend to others and something I like to do myself, especially when I need a little pick-me-up is to listen to the old folk song, “This little light of mine, I’m going to let it shine…”

“You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him.”
Writer, Leo Aikman

Your action for today is to notice what you say about others.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for Play

We envision a world where people are no longer ‘working at life’ but are instead ‘playing at life.’ We see a world where every person is loving what they do so much that there is no clear distinction between what they do to earn money and what they truly love to do in life that aligns with their passion so much that it is just like playing.

We see a world where playgrounds and parks are just as prevalent as offices and institutions, where fun and games are prioritized over mandatory attendance and overtime, and where recreation time is truly a time of re-creating ourselves.

“One of the most lasting pleasures you can experience is the feeling that comes over you when you forgive an enemy – whether he knows it or not.”
Author, O.A. Battista

Your action for today is to think of someone who has hurt you and see if you can forgive them.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for Great Nature

We envision a world where everyone sees the life in all things; where the animals, trees, plants, even the largest mountains and smallest pebbles are seen and honoured for the spark of consciousness that resides within them. We see people beginning to treat Great Nature the way the would want themselves to be treated, and in response, Great Nature has begun to open her arms, reveal her secrets, and share her abundance with us like never before.

Now we see a partnership formed between humanity and Great Nature whereby people everywhere are rejuvenated and recreated because we are regularly walking the woodlands, visiting the shores, hiking the mountain trails, swimming in the lakes and streams. We see a grounding taking place within us now that we are touching the Earth and re-establishing our ancient connection – and as a result, the speediness of life has given way to a tranquillity in mankind and womankind. Once we learned that something magical happens when we take off our shoes, soak our feet, bathe and baptize ourselves in the natural waters, we gained a relief from our seriousness and the cares of life.

Now we see things more clearly, make better decisions, and live happier lives because we’ve made friends with the best friend we could have: Great Nature.

“No matter what accomplishments you achieve, somebody always helps you.”
Athlete, Althea Gibson

Your action for today is to thank someone who helped you accomplish something.

Have an extraordinary day!

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I’ve noticed that the people whose lives are heavily weighed down with responsibility tend to smile and laugh a lot less than those who have fewer concerns. While that observation isn’t particularly surprising, I am convinced that it doesn’t have to be that way… I am very fond of a saying attributed to Abraham Lincoln: “People are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” I am a firm believer that if you want to have fun and happiness in your life, you have to choose it and take steps to make it happen!

If you find yourself pretty much in the same routine, continually doing the same old thing, eating the same food regularly, following the same familiar route to work each day, you are probably in a rut. One way to combat this monotony is to shake things up a bit. Take a different route to work or when doing errands, try out a new restaurant or make your own gourmet picnic to eat outdoors. Try to vary your work tasks, even if it’s just switching around your usual order. Little shifts like this can change your perspective and pull you out of an unpleasant rut you may find yourself in.

Laughing more also helps too. Even if you haven’t felt much like laughing lately, there are things you can do to bring laughter back. One of my favourite ways is to watch a funny show on the telly or to read humorous books. There is a Yoga exercise that requires taking a deep breath and then laughing out loud as hard as you can. It may sound surprising, but you won’t believe how calming it is. Studies show that laughing helps boost our immune system and lower our stress levels. Those are great reasons to laugh as much as possible.

Another idea to bring fun back into your life is trying something new and challenging, which may be a little more trying right now. Sign up for a class of some sort with a friend, even if it’s online. Look for a fun outdoor activity or spend an afternoon at a miniature golf course. The key is to find something you haven’t done before and then approach it with the goal to have fun. By choosing activities where nothing is riding on the outcome, you can focus on enjoying the experience rather than worrying about how well you do things.

These suggestions are ways to help shake up your routine, while having a little fun in the process. And while you’re at it, take time to notice all the wonder around you. Pay attention to how many things you enjoy doing each day, things you may do automatically or take for granted. Be mindful of them and see how your experience changes. I hope you’ll try some of these uplifting activities. It makes a big difference when we stop to count our blessings and work on creating an attitude of gratitude. We experience a lot more fun and joy in the process. Believe me!

My wishes for a wonderful week!Be

“A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities; an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.”
World War I Soldier, Reginald B. Mansell

Your action for today is to take one of your challenges and turn it into an opportunity.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for The Code

We see a world where people everywhere have rallied around The Code; where The Code has become a solid reference point for how to believe and behave in these most exciting of times. We see all those who were previously unempowered or feeling disconnected saying The Code once a day and having their lives turn around. We see those who were confused or wounded having found a guideline for living in The Code. We see The Code followed in every household, in every workplace, in every heart and mind. It is the helpmate to the helpless, the harbinger to the hopeless, the sure path to Heaven on Earth.

Indeed, we see The Code being known by all peoples in all lands as a solution for their ills, a light in the dark, a calm out of the storm. The Code is made for these times of transition; it is designed to guide you true through the changing times and bring you safely, securely, and sweetly into the fullness of your Being.

And it is our gift to you so that you may use it to reach your highest calling and achieve your goals, the goals you set for yourself, long ago, before you came unto this Earth.

“The sky is filled with stars, invisible by day.”
Poet and Educator, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Your action for today is to think of three things you understand today that you were incapable of understanding ten years ago.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for EducationThe following VISION comes from Intender, Tara Majeska. Tara wrote us recently, requesting that we write a VISION for Education, and we answered her back by suggesting that she write it for us. Well, as you will see, she couldn’t have done better! We feel blessed to be sharing it with you.Thank you, Tara!

We envision a world where all children everywhere have access to the education that best serves, enhances and nourishes their individual highest good; that aligns them with their highest potential and gifts, inspiring them forward to create according to their wishes and dreams every wondrous thing their heart desires.  We see a world where each child sees, honours and acknowledges the genius within their true Self and others; where every parent, guide and teacher also sees, honours and acknowledges  the unique genius within their own true Self, as well as each child on their path.

We see a variety of different types of schools that each offer a unique, positive, supportive, caring, and innovative educational environment; where all teachers and children envision, embrace, discover and manifest new, brilliant ideas and pathways that encompass a brighter future for ALL.  We see enthusiastic children, parents and teachers embracing an awareness of what is needed for the Highest Good, using their individual and unique gifts and talents to easily and effortlessly bring about simple, yet extraordinary solutions to challenges within their community, country and our world –  thus creating a sustainable, flourishing living environment that abundantly honours all Life.

We envision all learning as fun, engaging, and connecting – a celebration on a path of joy and involvement, that honours each person’s remarkable Spirit within – ultimately honouring everyone.  

Infinite Blessings to You,
Tara Majeska

“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.”
Philosopher, Seneca

Your action for today is to do something daring!

Have an extraordinary day!

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“The truly free man is he who knows how to decline a dinner invitation without giving an excuse.”
19th Century French Author, Jules Renard

Your action for today is to notice if you tell any “white lies” to avoid telling the truth.

“When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.”
Inventor, Alexander Graham Bell

Your action for today is to see if there is something that you are wishing would be “just like it used to be.” If there is, look for the opportunity it currently presents.

Have an extraordinary day!

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The last 20 months have been a painful and frustrating time that most of us could never have believed or predicted beforehand. Many clients have expressed their impatience to have this situation behind us … and I couldn’t agree more. While certainly some things seem to be changing or loosening up, it does feel as if we are moving at a snail’s pace and with much contention added to the process. At some point in life, we have all experienced a feeling of impatience. Whether it’s waiting for an important phone call or having to wait out the slow start of a new project or endeavour, when we come up against such moments, I stress the importance of patience.

Understandably, patience is not a word most of us want to hear. We’re not used to being patient, especially in the Internet age when we have such instant or near instant access to so much. But the truth is that some things simply take time, and trying to hurry them along doesn’t necessarily produce the results we are looking for. Learning when to take action and when to step back and let things happen at their pace make for a better and more peaceful life.

So when you are feeling impatient with some aspect of your life, it’s good practice to stop and ask yourself why you are in such a rush. Is there really something you can do right away or are you simply in the grip of your own impatience? It’s only through the process of examining such situations and our reactions to them, that we can discover whether there is something we can do to move things along or if we simply need to bide our time until change happens in its own time.

Now, I know this practice is easier said than done. Often, the best solution is to take your mind off of the fact that you just have to wait for things to fall into place before you can move in your desired direction. Maybe you need to slow down and spread out your tasks throughout the day and focus on what is going on in the present rather than what’s to come in the future. This could also be an opportunity to “practice” patience by learning how to stop for a few minutes and just breathe… or maybe just try to sit still and quiet your mind. You could learn a lot about yourself by doing just that.

Patience simply means being able to accept delay or difficulty without being angry or upset. The next time you find yourself growing impatient over a situation you want to change, try out some of my suggestions. You are likely to discover a reserve of patience within.

“The miracle is this: the more we share, the more we have.”
Actor, Leonard Nimoy

Your action for today is to look for an opportunity to share something with someone.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for Conscious Community

We see a world where groups and circles of people gather together regularly to support one another in the manifestation of whatever their individual dreams are; where people easily align with each other because everyone wants only for the highest good of all and everyone else; and where the people are socializing, sharing food, playing, and having fun when they come together.

We see communities popping up everywhere with high creative ideals; where new ideas, inventions, arts, handicrafts, technological and recreational projects abound; and where the people are loving what they do because they are doing what they love.

And we see communities frequently devoting time together for the sacred aspects of life; where they remember to create a spiritual environment that makes it easy for everyone in the community to experience Oneness.

“It is the petty expenses that empty the purse.”
Italian Proverb

Your action for today is to track your expenditures of $50 or less. Do this for a week and see to how much money you spend on these types of purchases.

Have an extraordinary day!

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A Vision for Peace

We see a world where peace is everywhere, where humanity has risen up and out of our old defensive mindset; where we all see, ever-so-clearly, that every time we bought into the idea that we needed to take a defensive stance or felt we had to defend ourselves against foreign enemies, unfriendly neighbors, dangerous criminals, the local militia, or anyone who appeared to threaten us, we were actually attracting an attack upon ourselves because we were holding the thought of being attacked – a thought which will manifest as easily as any other. By the same token, we envision a world where where mankind has risen up and out of our need to be in opposition to others because we have seen, ever-so-clearly, that when we oppose another, we become just like them. 

With these two thought patterns having gone by the wayside, we now see a world where we no longer support anyone or any institution that advocates aggression, destruction, or harming others in any way. Now, we envision a world where people walk the sidewalks and roads of all lands freely and openly, where we smile at one another easily, work together in cooperation, and want only for the well-being and goodwill of everyone else; where all weapons are gone and we solve our challenges by negotiating, by compromising, and by helping one another to realize our dreams in an atmosphere of peace and unbridled creativity.

It is in this environment – an environment where everyone feels completely and utterly safe – that the peace in our hearts and minds has worked its way outward into our world as well; where all people enjoy their lives because peace – true peace – is both inside and outside of us at the same time.

“Managers light a fire under people; leaders light a fire in people.”
Management Consultant Kathy Austin

Your action for today is to see if you can light a fire in a co-worker, friend or family member.

Have an extraordinary day!

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