Archives For January 2014

“Chocolate Bar” Living

January 23, 2014 — 1 Comment

When Dylan learned that his best friend was sick, he knew he wanted to do something to help. He went to his room and emerged a few hours later with a hand-written book. Chocolate bar, the name of the book, according to Dylan, means really awesome.

Dylan has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars so far; which is more money for research on his friend’s rare liver condition than any other organization, grant or charity. He’s 6 years-old.

What would happen if we all chose to be this tenacious in the way we care?

There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside them for reality and never let the world within assert itself. – Hermann Hesse

-Hermann Hesse

Are there things that you have experienced in the past that seem impossible to move beyond? Are there hurts that have occurred that you just can’t seem to let go of? Do you find yourself playing the same story over and over again in your mind and wondering if you’ll ever be free?

What would it take to truly move beyond the hurts of the past? What would it take to remove your energy from those situations and to put it into truly creating the life you desire?

For starters, take a look at who’s running your life. Are you? Or is all of the anger, rage, fury, hate and resentment? If anger and resentment are who’s in charge, are you ready to choose something different? Perhaps you are saying, “Yes! I’m willing to choose something different. But how? I’ve tried so many things and I just can’t seem to silence the resentment.”

Here are a few tools that you can use to unstick you from the hurts of the past and move you into the place of total freedom:

Moving beyond the hurts of the past starts with a choice. Have you made that choice? Would you be willing to? Would you be willing to say, “I’m choosing me. I’m choosing the power and potency of me. I’m choosing to move beyond these situations that have been holding me back.”?

Ask: What’s the value of holding on to the hurts of the past? Whenever we choose something, we perceive that there is something of value in it. For some of us, we hold on to hurts because we want to be right and we want to prove how right we are. For others, we hold on to prove that we are indeed as wrong as we have decided we are. Whatever the reason may be, when we are holding on to the hurts of the past, we are not in charge of our lives. Something else is.

When you ask, “What’s the value of holding on to the hurts of the past?” everything you’ve decided that is locking that in place comes up and you are able to clear all of that away with the clearing statement. Right and wrong, good and bad, POD and POC, all nines, shorts, boys and beyond.

When being free has more value to us than proving that we are right or proving that we are wrong, the hurt we are holding on to start to fade away.

Undo the idea that there are hurts in the past that you can’t go beyond and that you can’t change as well as the idea that they are greater than you. In order for the hurts or situations of the past to be controlling your life, you have had to make them greater than you. And the truth is, NOTHING IS GREATER THAN YOU! So everywhere you decided that someone or something was more powerful than you, everywhere you made yourself small rather than being the total potency, the total capacity and the total brilliance of you, would you now be willing to let that go? And would you be willing to claim, own and acknowledge the true potency of you?

Moving beyond the hurts of the past begins with a choice. The choice to no longer be at the effect of people or situation. The choice to be the greatness of you. Are you ready to be free?

-Dain Heer

Nothin’ if you keep sitting there!

“We can make every day better for each other…. Let’s get out there!”

 

Possibilianism

January 10, 2014 — 5 Comments

Living a life “free from dogma, full of awe and wonder.” Does that interest you?

David Eagleman is a neuroscientist and a possibilian who asks us to “celebrate possibility and praise uncertainty.”

How does it get any better than science asking ‘what else is possible?’!

Watch this video to find out about “possibilianism” :

What if this active exploration of new ideas and creating beyond the realm of certainty also is what the Awareness Revolution is about?

A Magical Day

January 8, 2014 — 2 Comments

Some days are not like others… Some days are phenomenal, magical and wondrous!!!

January 6th was one of those: The Very First Global Access Bars day!

This is a day I will tap into in days to come. It gave me hope that we are indeed…changing the world.

Yep, I included a tool in the video as well, just couldn’t help myself!

(Oh, and a weather update from Texas. The important stuff!)

What else is possible now?

Dain

 

As this little experiment shows, it’s hard to stay sad when you express your gratitude!

What if you, being grateful, could brighten someone’s day today?
What if it is the very key to brighten yours?