Be authentic, game on, happiness, Byron Katie, coconut flour, and Abraham


TIPS FOR TODAY:

 

# 1 – Great one to keep in mind….

 

# 2 – An inspiring post on a situation that could be considered depressing and/or scary….climate change. And I like that it presents ideas and resources for “being the change we wish to see in the world.” This Project Drawdown definitely sounds worth checking into. I especially liked this quote from Paul Hawken that was a part of the post….

Is climate change happening to you or for you? If it is happening to you – you are a victim, you are an object, you are dis-empowered. But if you embrace it, it is your ally. We need to embrace climate change as a guide to a far better world than we know now. Avoidance of despair is an essential condition in order for humanity to creatively respond to the future we face. The public’s willingness to respond to climate change can shift, if they can see opportunity instead of dread, that a transformation can benefit them individually and collectively.

It is not game over…it is game on.

https://lauraecpaul.wordpress.com/2015/01/27/project-drawdown-substantiative-solutions-to-climate-change/

 

# 3 – Good one! If you’re not familiar with The Work (the simple, yet profound process Byron Katie came up with to help you see any situation differently), you should really give it a try. 

 

# 4 – An insightful, thought-provoking read….

http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/8-things-bhutan-people-differently-that-make-them-the-happiest-people.html

 

# 5 – Trying to avoid wheat and/or gluten in your cooking? Check out coconut flour and it’s many benefits….

https://selfhelphealth.wordpress.com/2015/04/02/coconut-flour-try-it-youll-like-it/

 

# 6 – And food for thought from Abraham……

Relationships I Don’t Want, Clarify Those I Do Want… Whenever you know what you do not want, you always know more clearly what you do want, so in a poignant moment of awareness of another person’s undesirable situation, give your undivided attention to the idea of improvement that has hatched from your interaction/observation. And as you learn to do that, not only will you be of increasing value to others, but you will see how your relationships with others adds immeasurably to your own becoming. ∼Abraham

 

Enjoy!

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4 Replies to “Be authentic, game on, happiness, Byron Katie, coconut flour, and Abraham”

  1. Wow, once again a rich dose of soul sustenance :) I love that Paul Hawken quote and yes, I know (about authenticity…) but I do find it hard! Hope you’re well, and thanks as always for the concentration of inspiration. Happy hugs, Harula xxx

    1. Always so nice to hear from you! That your comment contains appreciation for the post is icing on the cake. Ummm, suddenly I’m in the mood for some dessert. :-)

    1. Always delighted when someone takes the time to leave a comment saying they enjoyed a post. Thank you! And if you read many of my posts at EME you’ll see that I love “Abe,” too. I often like to end things with an Abraham-Hicks quote. :-)

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