Monday, November 8, 2010
But by the time you had reached the age of six all that had been taken from you. By the time you had reached the age of six your life path had been fixed. It had been cast in concrete. You had nothing to say about it. You were no longer the master of your fate, and unless something drastic occurred to change that at some later stage in your life, that is still where you are today.
But with my help, you can reclaim your birthright. You can become the Master of your Fate, the conscious creator of your world. It's all up to you.
Whichever area of your life you feel needs changing, change is possible. No matter who you are, no matter what your past circumstances, no matter how you feel about yourself, if you feel the need for something better in life, or a better life overall, you can make those changes!
You can become the person you were really meant to be!
Monday, January 25, 2010
Who are you? – Really.
Often, when I am at a cocktail party or other social gathering and things seem to be slowing down a little, I’ll walk up to a stranger and say, “Hi, my name is Samantha. And you are...?”
A loaded question, if there is one, because the answer is always something like, “Hi, I’m Jane.”
I am often tempted to reply with “No you’re not,” but usually I just smile at my internal joke and continue with some form of polite conversation.
In actual fact, she is not “Jane.” That just happens to be her name.
Of course we all have names. You have one.
You have a great many possessions, not the least of which is your name. You have clothes, books, a postal address, probably an email address, (or two), a car, a personal computer, a telephone, a cell phone, telephone numbers, a television set, several radios, probably an iPod or mp3 player, and who knows what else. These are your possessions! They are NOT who you are, although there are those who would like you to believe that you are. (“Clothes make the man!”)
Imagine witnessing this conversation at a gathering: “Hello, I’m the three story brownstone house similar to the one at the corner of Fifth and Main. Nice to meet you.” “Nice to meet you too. I’m the black, 2009 Cadillac Sedan deVille.” Sounds ridiculous, doesn’t it?
You are NOT your possessions. But then, if you are not, who are you?
That question should definitely give you pause for thought.
The answer comes from Chapter Six in Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s book, “The Power Of Intention” where he says,
having a human experience.”
You are not a human being who has spiritual experiences.
Think about it.
Perhaps it's time to reevaluate your approach to Life.