Get over your life & live your calling

When you understand that you can never lack, that you are infinite in each moment, that you are everything, that everything is yours, living to “survive” stops making sense and you start to wonder why do you are here and what is the purpose of the life that you have.

That’s when you find your calling, that when you finally “get over your life” and place your attention upon the intention that brought you here into this beautiful planet.

Then, you calling/your purpose becomes naturally everything that makes sense for you to be and to align your life with.

Aligned your life with the intention that it was generated from is one of best achievements you can have here in this physical experience. 

An achievement that is worth “dying” for, the 1st place on the Olympics of being alive.

Only at that moment, your true life had truly began.

“There is no spoon!” – Master your life

When you truly get this, when this knowing hits home for you and you comprehend it 100% you are free! You are unplugged from the “matrix”, you are off the grid, you are outside the box…there was never any box to begin with.
You will sense that you are above the water when everyone else is drowning.
“There is no spoon”
Have fun.

Five Motivational Classic Rock Songs That Will Never Die

“We believed anything worth doing was worth overdoing.” ~Steven Tyler Five Motivational Classic Rock Songs That Will Never Die I have been in the mood for music lately, which is why I am going to share with you five motivational classic rock songs that will never die. At least I am pretty positive they never will … Read more

Love your challenges

Love your challenges. ?
The challenges in your life are specifically made for you by you.
They are the keystones that will teach you, guide you, transform you into something great.
Growing trough your challenges will make you epic! 😉

Impossible is ‘Nothing’

When you get to that place where you are stuck, where it is quite literally impossible to move forward, that state when you will never be who you want to be and for sure that you will be forced to give up on everything you desire … Awesome, you are doing great! Smile at it … Read more

Create your Reality- The 3 “days”process

When it comes to create your reality, there is a process associated to it. Knowing it, how it works and what it means will help you a lot in creating whatever you want to create. You will understand why things happen the way they happen, why do you get inspired, why do you suffer and have … Read more

Pushing Words: Or How I Learned to Stop Procrastinating and Start to Love the Craft Again

fall-treeNovember is National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo for short) and this year I was determined to actually put my hat into the ring and write my first novel.

To be sure, the fiction end of the writing I have done so far, mostly unpaid for the last decade or so, has sharpened my skills and allowed me to meet some wonderful people (like the nice young woman who offered to do a cover for my book as a thank you contributions to her website project) and the like, but I never considered myself a real writer and sometimes I still do not at times.

BayArt was kind enough to give me a platform to reach out with my one fiction piece that fit the inspirational tones of BayArt itself, which you can read here.

As far as any other fiction was concerned there were story ideas in my head and some rather good ones in that crop I may add but the negative voices in my head would immediately chime in:

“Who do you think you are, trying to write a book, it will never sell, it is too much work and you really think you’re an actual writer? Like a writer-writer? Yeah OK buddy, good luck with that one.” 

During the last three to four years, I have been on a journey and a huge part of that journey is centered around debriding my mind of the nasty thoughts that have held me back for decades from showing my true potential.

It took me losing just about everything to come out of denial and then almost losing everything I have now just to get myself to this point, but if I have the courage of my own convictions then pain is only a doorway to enlightenment.

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