Tag Archive: fear

Oct 23

Introducing Dream Warrior Battle Song One

Hey feeling down? Not motivated?  Your dream seems like a – well – far off dream?  No worries  mate!  We have just what you need!  Inspiring and motivating Dream Song exclusively for your inner Dream Warrior.  A Cool hand-curated list for your listening motivation!  Prepare to slay the demons and get the job done! Listen …

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Jan 01

Two months without a job taught me what I really want from my career

Original story written by Linda Eliasen at Quartz Two months ago, I quit my job at Dropbox because something was very wrong. I didn’t know what it was, but I knew that I was broken and that I just needed to go. I already look back at that girl like she’s someone else–like I’m watching …

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Sep 30

My Story – How a bad day at work changed my life forever

I had just moved to Houston, Texas from Los Angeles. I had just discovered spiritual things, and was looking to switch from an ambitious “I have to be a success” path to more of a spiritual path, but I had no idea how to do that.  I was still very much practical and was trying …

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Dec 01

This is ultimately a battle between God and your Ego.

Your ego mind to be exact. Here is something else you might not have realized. The you that thinks it’s you, is not really You! In all likelihood unless you are one of the few enlighten beings on the planet, the you, you think you are is really a fake role that you play called your ego.

Nov 12

Ask for real help – you are not alone

Breathe deeply and know that you are all so tenderly loved. God loves all of you dear ones, each and every one without exception. God loves you always and constantly, whether or not you are in a good frame of mind, whether or not you are proud of your life, whether or not you even believe in Him.

Nov 02

The Power of Peace

Find Peace First The other day when I was freaking out about my latest crisis, I realized that fixing this external thing that I was worried about was not going to solve the real problem. The real problem is fear and the only true solution is to find peace. In our society we are taught …

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Oct 31

Dr. leaves practice and takes family to surf the world.

Abandoning a successful medical practice, he sought self-fulfillment by taking up the nomadic life of a surfer. But unlike other American searchers like Thoreau or Kerouac, Paskowitz took his wife and nine children along for the ride, all eleven of them living in a 24 foot camper.

Oct 07

Start Living Authentically.

I recently received a letter from an Atlanta Falcons player who told me he quit the NFL not long after reading my book The Secret of Shelter Island.

“I realized I was living someone else’s dream, not mine,” he said. “The truth is I haven’t enjoyed football since high school.”

Some might be surprised that anyone would walk away from all that money and celebrity. But perhaps he’s an existentialist. They recognize the dangers of living an inauthentic life.

Who, exactly, are the existentialists and what do they know?

Existentialism is a philosophical movement that came about in the late-19th century. It is not some abstract set of theoretical truths. Rather it is a no-nonsense philosophy that encourages you to take a hard look at your life and ask two essential questions: Who am I and how shall I live?

Aug 04

Find the place where everything feels ok

Today while I was alone and cleaning up the house. It came to me that I was at peace in that moment. And then I realized that we are always at peace but choose to leave that place. Basically we have to find the place inside where everything FEELS ok. It may not be ok materially or financially or what ever but if we can find that place where it feels ok that is the place of peace, that is where God is.

Jul 27

Release yourself from worry

So many of you have been taught that to worry is to care, to obsess over things is to be ‘responsible,’ to save and fix others is a display of compassion, and yet, there are higher ways to care, more truthful ways to be responsible, and ultimately more loving ways to show compassion.

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