Being on guard for distractions from your Purpose is vital.

Posted by Ryf on November 28, 2013
Category : Blog

  One of the things I am continuing to learn as I move forward into living a self approved and self directed life is setting boundaries and learning when to say no. As the first born “hero” child of an alcoholic family my boundaries were nonexistent and it has hugely difficult for me to say no. I was the ultimate people pleaser. Putting myself and my spiritual evolution before everything else is essential if I…

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“If anyone can steal your peace, you are the loser.”

Posted by Ryf on November 25, 2013
Category : Blog

  Our lifetimes present us with one large classroom of continual growth. It is our choice whether we resist the teachings or welcome them with non resistance. It feels like I have been held back in the same grade for quite some time and I am being prevented  from graduating until I learn the lesson and past the test of non resistance. I love how Bikram’s very blunt quote, which is so on the nail,…

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  The more I move towards living a self actualized life the more I realize that everything is ultimately my responsibility. When we move away from being driven by story and existing in victim mode, we realize that it is by the meaning we give to events in our lives and the choices we make that we either move towards alignment with self or away. And this conscious choice is 100% our own responsibility. Self…

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  Sometimes I feel like I am stuck in a treadmill going in circles with no forward motion. Having lived a life time of compulsiveness if I don’t see things happening ASAP I can easily become disillusioned. I heard this interesting analogy of success and failure at a conference recently. There is a ratio of failure and success one must endure before the success formula produces an ultimate successful outcome. Typically there are two containers that need to be…

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  For most of my life I did just about anything to avoid feeling the full range of my feelings and emotions. I was an emotional anorexic. Avoiding emotions represents a false sense of security and essentially numbs us to reality. So now I tend to feel my emotions instead of trying to numb them out. Sometimes that sucks but I have learnt that this too shall pass. The challenge is to not to label…

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