Ive spent most of my career in the computer world. With over 40 years experience, I’ve learned that before you take on a project, you map out your plan.
Why not take this knowledge to everyday life. In our busy lives, we forge ahead to get through our daily tasks and then wonder why they don’t get done. I took a time management course. I learned that completion creates energy, incompletion, deminishes it. So we have a choice which direction to take on this map.
Programming is a lot of yes, no, if, then, and that thought process. You take situations of your life through this process. Write it down.
You get to see how much time you waste. You also make time for more activities. Some steps are just not necessary, so why go there or do them?
You also get to see how silly you were, to be anxious over a task, how easy it was to complete. Simply by eliminating unnecessary tasks on your journey.
I invite you to start mapping your life tasks, so you can make room to be truly alive!
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“If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got.” —Anonymous
Over the past 45 years, I have learned so much. I didn’t limit myself and there was always something just waiting for me to absorb the information. I love to learn (not test). I stood on the shoulders of giants in the metaphysical and natural healing fields.
My first introduction to healing was with Louise Hay books. You Can Heal Your Life. Her principles are on cause and effect. That we create our own illness, but we can create our wellness too. I liked this concept and I adapted it to my own core principles throughout the rest of my life. Over the years, as I learned new tools, I found myself going back to these principles.
These learning tools are just the way I followed my path. Not saying this is the way you should. No one can tell you that you should do anything. This is what helped me. My favorite part of Louise Hay’s book is she had a chart in the back of her book. That listed the ailment and then the cause. And a positive affirmation with the intention of healing the concern.
After all these years what do I do with all this information? There are many giants in this industry that I studied and I learned from. I will be sharing them with you and you can enjoy your own learning journey. Share it with you!
I was sitting in my favorite chair as I was reading one book on energy. I felt I needed another, Just because it wasn’t giving me the answer I needed. Because I was being lazy, I looked online first to see if I can find something (you can always find a home for another book). I didn’t find what I wanted I needed. So I did get up and walked along the wall of books that I own and found just what I needed.
Before I found what I needed, I looked at all the names of the books as I scanned them. I realized how much fun it is that I have this library to just go to when I want. I’m like a little child and always in awe of them. They are my friends. As I scan them the right one will speak to me!
I sat down and the book I found was exactly what I needed. I was looking for QiGong Healing, This book said massage. But it was actually the same according to this book. I just got so engrossed in it and am going to add it to my healing knowledge toolbox.
I went down for a nap after I looked over the book. I was happy about what I found. I woke 2 hours after and jumped to the floor because I couldn’t wait to write. Yes, I love to write. This is how I know what my passion is. I never took the time to write a book. I’d write 10 to 12 pages, maybe more. Coming to this format and writing what I love to talk about and share, Makes me happy. Thank you for being there my friends.