Do you believe in blessings in disguise? Let me reveal to you the golden nugget of COVID-19 and the current crisis - the precious gift we're unwrapping together. A peaceful smile is resting on my lips and it’s hard [...]
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your life’s circumstances? You want to soar in freedom and reach your dream destinations, but you feel confined by the situation, like an caged bird. It gets exhausting, frustrating, and you don’t know what to do... I’ve been there many times, and I know firsthand how to navigate the maze, even if all you see is walls. I help my clients to get out of the dead-ended perceptions and operate on a whole new level, where conditions in their lives have no power. The truth is, many of your life’s situations you cannot change: If your lover left, you can’t make him fall in love with you and come back. If your boss is micromanaging, you can’t alter his approach. If your spouse is not supportive, you can’t make him/her to cooperate. You can’t even make your own children do everything you say… Funny enough, we still try. When attempting to change people and circumstances yields unsustainable results, we get stressed and tired, feel disappointed and powerless… The SECRET to True FREEDOM
“The moment I looked into Heather’s eyes, I recognized a knowing. This sort of knowing is beyond any other knowing you had before and a human being standing in front of you is eliciting this sensation. It’s not hormones, it’s [...]
There is no doubt that there are insecure women out there who try to manipulate men and play games which prevents them from experiencing deep intimacy and fulfillment. However, an evolved man is unlikely to devote to a woman like that. Your partner is ALWAYS your mirror. An evolved woman knows God in her man and doesn’t settle to accept a mediocre version of him.
I was returning to Los Angeles after 2 days of Strategic Business Planning with Kelly O’Neil when my ability to stand my ground and honor the truth in my heart was tested. A friend dropped me off at the airport parking lot and I was to walk across the bridge to get inside the terminal. A pedestrian walkway to cross the street was closed and a woman in Police uniform was directing traffic, facing me. She held back the pedestrians and allowed taxies to drive by. About 3 minutes had passed, but the woman made no attempt to let the pedestrians cross the street. The crowd was growing on both sides of the road. It was quite cold: 34°F. “Can you be a human being and let us go – we’re freezing,” I shouted. “You have to wait!” She snapped back.
When I was in kindergarten, my father told me: “If someone tries to hurt you, grab the heaviest object around and hit them over the head.” Now, that’s quite an unusual advice to give to your little girl. I remember protesting and saying “What if I kill them?” He said “You worry about that later, if someone endangers you - you protect yourself!” “But I am a girl!” I gasped. “Exactly, and you need to be able to stand up for yourself.” As harsh and unusual as this advice was, it served me tremendously throughout life. In fact, I remember clearly two instances when I had to apply it.
This story started with a riddle someone posted on Facebook: “The most ephemeral substance in the universe is pursued by both rich and poor, both learned and ignorant, both strong and weak. It can be both a tonic and a poison. What is it?” The answer posted to this riddle was “romantic love,” with which I argued that True love doesn't have an antagonist, it's irresistible and heavenly, and it is only a tonic. Obsession, on the other hand, turns into poison and it has nothing to do with love. The next comment got me thinking – it read “Romantic love and true love are not synonymous.” They’re not?