Artist dates are a weekly commitment to take yourself out and do something that interests and intrigues you. They are a window for inspiration, rejuvenation, and remembering how to play—something most of us forget to do as adults.
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An artist date might involve taking a trip to a local art gallery to peruse at your leisure for a couple of hours. It might involve setting aside an afternoon to cut interesting words, phrases, and images out of magazines and create a collage for the fun of it. Artist dates do not have to involve; creative endeavors (in fact, it's better if they don't)
As Julia Cameron, creator of; The Artist Way (and the concept of artist dates) explains: “The Artist Date is a once-weekly, festive, solo expedition to explore something that interests you. The Artist Date need not be overtly artistic think mischief more than mastery when choosing an Artist Date, it is good to...
Guilt is a tricky thing and most definitely a mind screw. It is imperative that you let it go or it will eat you up inside. Even worse the manipulator (aka victimizer) will eat you for lunch and spit you out.
We discuss guilt in the episode this week Transurfing on Tuesday.
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Note from Kathie: This is not suppression or repressing thoughts of healing. Healing is a process and takes time. This is simply letting go of what the ego sees as having things a certain way. Healing happens. Read more on that here!
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The first time I heard about David Goggins was when my youngest son Kody told me to listen to the Joe Rogan Show. Link to the exact episode here. This was in early 2019
Kody rarely listens to podcasts so this was a sign that I needed to listen to this one. And he was right I loved it!!
Since that time I played one of his YouTube Videos at an OCuSOFT team meeting and discuss him from time to time in inspirational conversations.
But I just realized I have never read his book. What?
Yes, it wasn't until my interview with Natalie Kime of Wealth Wave (coming out Thursday, January 13, 2022 Link to it here: www.kathieowen.com/16) that I even thought to look at the book, even though that podcast episode was a promotional episode for the book.
Natalie mentioned in the interview that the book was in her top 3 and she recommended listening to it on Audible as there are mindset challenges at the end of each chapter.
So I ran down to Audible, got more credits, as I used...
Today we discuss pendulums which are just thought structures that everyone else thinks, they are very contagious and only want your energy.
Best quote of the episode: "The secret of a genius lies in remaining free of the influence of pendulums." Vadim Zeland Reality Transurfing I-V
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"Dissatisfaction and lack of fulfillment are the pendulum's favorite dish." Vadim Zeland Reality Transurfing I-V
So it's best to identify what these pendulums are and how to stop giving in to their destructiveness. Stop mind screwing yourself out of your power.
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Today's episode is an excerpt from the book Reality Transurfing I-V by Vadim Zeland.
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This can be a good thing or a bad thing. Do you wonder why you are feeling down? Perhaps it is because of your thought energy. This is why it is imperative that you consider your thought habits.
We move to lifelines based on our thought energy. Again it is imperative to consider your thought habits. A step in stop the mind screw process.
Obstacles that we hit only appear that way due to our thought habits....
The one secret to success is building a habit. Once you have that down you are set. That is the one secret that I teach in the Silver Wellness Academy.
You want to know the habit you are building is successful! You don't want to waste your time either. So today we are talking about how to build a habit and make it stick.
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It's easy to just say you want to start a new habit. But how will you commit to it? What needs to be done? Do you need to wake up at a certain time? How often will you commit to this new habit?
Be careful with commitment. You can overcommit. You can also under-commit.
Write this commitment down. Promise yourself you will commit.
If you have a plan and you know exactly what you are going to do it's way more likely you will stick to it.
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Stop mind screwing yourself out of health and wellness. Here's how to stop making excuses and start to take action!
We all make excuses from time to time. This is a simple habit we use to rationalize why we didn't follow through on a specific commitment.
If you've developed this bad habit of making excuses all the time, it might be time to start curbing that bad habit.
I was reading toxic positivity girl's stories a few weeks ago and of course, she was supporting the "excuse mentality" in a weird way. Typical, it was in true victim-mindset mentality.
She spoke of reasons why some may not be able to exercise. Honestly, it rubbed me the wrong way. So I decided to write this post.
Improving self-discipline can help in your career, physical and mental health, and any dreams you may have. But as you probably know it can be difficult to cultivate discipline. So that's what we are going to talk about today.
Probably the most important thing you can do is identify where you can improve.
What aspects are your weakest points?
Grab a notebook and be honest with yourself. (Lying to yourself will not help with your goal of improvement) Besides this is just between you and you, why not be honest?
Do you spend too much time on social media? Struggle to keep focusing? Do you have a hard time saying no to others? There’s probably something that immediately comes to mind when you think about where you are lacking self-discipline.