Monday, June 29, 2009

How To Stop Smoking The Easy Way

I found this video on youTube and thought to share it. I suggest that you watch the other chapters too.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

5 Powerful Creative Visualization Tips For Transforming Your Life By Art Stanley


Creative visualization activates the law of attraction. By imagining things or circumstances as you would like them to be, and making them real in your mind, you're actually planting a seed that is sure to sprout.

The recent movie "The Secret" introduced the law of attraction to millions of people all over the world. But the law of attraction and the concept of visualization are nothing new. In fact, this great law has always been available. Early self-help authors exposed visualization as the tool to get the law of attraction working for you. Norman Vincent Peale, for example, called it "Positive Imaging". In fact, that was the title of one of his numerous books.

Visualization is a precious tool. It's something that is available to all at any time, in any location. And it doesn't cost a dime. Perhaps that's why so few value it and use this powerful tool of creation consciously and on a regular basis.

Below are 15 creative visualization tips to help you to recognize and capitalize on your own unlimited powers to create.

1. Choose your goals carefully. Whatever you want can be yours through your thinking, feelings and actions. Decide on something you will commit to having, being or doing in your life. Manifestation doesn't usually happen overnight. It takes persistence. If what you're shooting for doesn't turn you on, chances are you won't stay with it long enough.

2. Create an image of your desire. Stick to a single target and expand, refine and enlarge the mental picture. It's the details that help bring your desire to life.

3. Keep it to yourself. Don't tell anyone else about what you want or how you're going about creating it. Letting it leak out weakens the energy and leaves you open to negative questions and comments. Get what you want first and then you can tell whoever you want about it.

4. Add emotion to your visualization. Make it so real you can taste it. Put yourself in the picture, fully enjoying the rewards you envision. Lock in those positive feelings so you can relive them again and again.

5. Combine creative visualization with positive affirmations. Affirmations help recondition your old way of thinking, freeing yourself from limitations and allowing you to soar like an eagle. When used together, they provide an explosive combination.

These five creative visualization tips will help you make the most of any visualization session. They'll add fuel to the burning desire deep inside you. And they'll help you manifest all you can imagine in life.

The simple process of visualization works. I've seen it firsthand and I live it daily. Use these simple creative visualization tips and they will help you get wherever you want to go that much sooner.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

How to Use Your Intuition to Increase Your Success By Mark Piecha

Intuition is one of the most vital aspects of success that we can study and apply. Intuition is that part of ourselves that "knows" more than we think we know. It is somehow tapped into the great collective consciousness of mankind.

It has been said that there is nothing that the Universe doesn't know, and intuition receives instruction from this very pool of learning. All knowledge is timeless and therefore, there is nothing "new under the sun". All of this information is available to us for our greater benefit and growth.

How can you use this knowledge? Well, it surely assists us in problem solving and decision making. Since this information is always correct, we can always know the answer to our particular seemingly problematic situations. It knows what we should do-so why try to do something different? Why not use the wisdom of the ages to simplify our overcoming of challenges?

And, in regards to decision making...

If this knowledge is "perfect", then we should definitely use this in our decision making processes. It knows which direction to go, which path to take, which choice to make. Making decisions from information gleaned from our intuition helps us to stay on a course that is easier to travel. The going is so tough (or rough).

Many successful people are aware of the power of intuition and hunches. Even Donald Trump has been quoted in regard to intuition. One of his recommendations was that he doesn't make any major decisions if he doesn't "feel right". This is an application to learn from. If you don't "feel right", then you are somehow "out of whack" and can easily make more mistakes. Trusting your gut feeling, allowing your intuition to guide you-this helps to make you "feel right" more often when facing problems and challenges.

Too often, we ignore our hunches and go with decisions that create more stress and challenges for us. Wouldn't it be a nicer experience to go through life in a state where it seems like we know exactly what to do in every situation?

The hunches that we receive can sometimes make us question them. The guidance may appear to be illogical or counterintuitive. This is because our intuition is actually BEYOND what our own logic may dictate. And, our own logic can often be flawed. Trust in these hunches. Trust in yourself to know what to do in all situations. Soon, you'll be amazed at the results you are experiencing in your life. And, as this happens, and you trust your instincts more and more-it becomes easier to do and the benefits are generally more identifiable.

One of the more common examples of when hunches appear is during sleep, or right upon waking. It's usually a problem that you have been dealing with and the answer just comes to you-at these randomly appearing moments. These flashes of inspiration are priceless. Unfortunately, we often ignore them. And, when we ignore them-they have a tendency to stop coming to us.

Cultivate the habit of listening to these inspirations and taking action immediately. When you act immediately on these inspirations, you're giving your subconscious/unconscious mind "permission" to give you more and more inspiration. Like a muscle, the more you use it, the stronger it becomes.

Conversely, the less you use it-the weaker it becomes.

Another fascinating aspect of your intuition is how it brings ideas to you when you're doing something else. Even while reading this article, your subconscious/unconscious mind is working; and, it may have already given you some ideas of things that you should tackle. The best time to act on them is RIGHT NOW, just trust the information and act upon it.

Develop your intuition and it will develop you.

Mark Piecha is a student and practitioner of success principles. Through personal study, application, experimentation and collaborating with experts in the field of self-improvement and personal development, he has created a unique and refreshing way of sharing this knowledge. To learn more about Mark and some of his programs, please visit the website below.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

An easy to practise relaxation excersise, Wonberful!

This is an easy and very effective relaxation excersise which focuses on breath work. Love it? Then visit to learn more.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Serendipity - The Fortunate Accident By J Finnis

How organized are you? Does your life run like clockwork, adhering rigidly to some pre-determined optimal schedule? Or is it relatively chaotic, following whim rather than plan? The former is usually considered more virtuous, but there may be advantages in allowing a little randomness into your lifestyle.

One example of many is the discovery of the antibiotic penicillin, responsible for saving numerous lives. This wonder drug was isolated by biologist Alexander Fleming after neglecting to properly clean his culture dishes.

When I was a kid my Dad loved driving, and we'd go out for rides every Sunday afternoon. However, his enthusiasm for motoring was unmatched by his sense of direction. As such we discovered numerous, fascinating little out of the way places on our weekend outings.

Despite the predictions of Newtonian mechanics the universe does not operate like a giant clockwork machine in which the entire future is pre-determined by the past way back to the "big bang". The contemporary physics of quantum mechanics instead speaks of an inherent randomness in which reality is created as it goes along significantly influenced by the act of observation.

By being tightly organized and following a rigid schedule we minimize the role of chance in our lives. To a degree we protect ourselves from the nasty surprise - but not completely, as 'fate' always finds a way to introduce itself. But we also risk blinding ourselves to hidden opportunity.

By doing things the way they've always been done we help ensure that is the way they always will be done. But this is not the way that has seen mankind extend himself way beyond the capabilities of our animal brethren. The fruits of human progress we all enjoy today are the result of those who dared say the status quo could be bettered. Not every deviation from the straight and narrow will yield success. Indeed many paths are blind alleys. But without seeking we cannot find.

So, how might we invite the fortunate accident into our lives? The key is to loosen up a little. Make room for randomness. Don't always follow the same routine just because it's always been that way. Don't be afraid to (try to) fix what ain't broke.

Start simple. Stop organizing your life so rigidly; go with your instincts on the day. Read a different newspaper. Take a different route to work. Change your day for shopping/laundry/gym... Take up a new hobby. Read a different kind of book... And if those things don't bear fruit right away don't get despondent - Rome wasn't built in a day - keep the doors of opportunity open.

Johnny is the editor of new age spirituality - exploring the idea that this life, this world, is not the totality of our existence. In fact, it might be just one small part of something much bigger, just one tiny step along an infinite journey... Have your say on our forum the hang out.