Being Clear About Desires

April 22, 2009 at 12:59 pm (Law Of Attraction) (, , , , , , , )

 
Getting What We Want

The best way to get what we want from life is to first know what we want. If we haven’t taken the time to really understand and identify what would truly make us happy, we won’t be able to ask for it from those around us or from the universe. We may not even be able to recognize it once it arrives. Once we are clear about what we want, we can communicate it to those around us. When we can be honest about who we are and what we want, there is no need to demand, be rude or aggressive, or manipulate others that are involved in helping us get what we want. Instead, we know that we are transmitting a signal on the right frequency to bring all that we desire into our experience.

As the world evolves, humanity is learning to work from the heart. We may have been taught that the way to get what we want is to follow certain rules, play particular games, or even engage in acts that use less than our highest integrity. The only rules we need to apply are those of intention and connection. In terms of energy, we can see that it takes a lot of energy to keep up a false front or act in a way that is counter to our true nature, but much less energy is expended when we can just be and enjoy connections that energize us in return. Then our energy can be directed toward living the life we want right now.

Society has certain expectations of behavior and the roles each of us should play, but as spiritual beings we are not bound by these superficial structures unless we choose to accept them. Instead, we can listen to our hearts and follow what we know to be true and meaningful for us. In doing so, we will find others who have chosen the same path. It can be easy to get caught up in following goals that appear to be what we want, but when we pursue the underlying value, we are certain to stay on our right path and continue to feed our soul.

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Jordan Williams Alaska–

April 21, 2009 at 12:37 am (Uncategorized) ()

My heart sank when I read this report.  “Avalanche at Thompson Pass”

You see, Jordan, a co-worker and a very nice person.  He was a big guy, a Teddy Bear of a man, married (very much in love with his wife), father of three little children. 

He died doing something he loved — snow machining in Alaska.  Man, machine and nature.

I truly believe that when our time here, in our mortal body, is up then there is nothing for us to do –but that does not ease the sadness one feels when someone who is so young, has so much more living to experience, and has a young family nurture – when their life has ended so soon.

Remember – life is meant to be lived and to enjoy– to love and be loved — always live fully and love freely — have no regrets at the end of each day.

Jordan will be deeply missed.

Accidental Death

Jordan Williams

4-18-09 at approximately 1245 hours, Alaska State Troopers and Valdez Fire Department received a report of a snow machiner being caught in a Avalanche at Thompson Pass.  Investigation revealed that the snowmachiner, identified as Jordan D. Williams, age 27, of Anchorage,was riding his snow machine in Niches Valley located at Thompson Pass near mile 31 of the Richardson Hwy.

 Jordan Williams was climbing a hill when the Avalanche started.  Jordan Williams then turned and started heading back down the hill.  JordanWilliams was overtaken and buried by the Avalanche. 

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Feelings and LoA Law of Attraction

April 19, 2009 at 8:56 pm (Good Vibes, Law Of Attraction, LOA)

footprintAre there things you do because you feel you have to?

Many people convince themselves that they have to know so much, do so much, and be capable of so much.

Spending time on all the things they have to, there is not any time left for what they want to.  Seeing life as a series of have to’s can be destructive. In reality, you don’t have to do anything.  On the contrary, you choose to do everything. 

If, in fact, you were governed by have to’s, you would be renouncing all responsibility for your life.  Taking full responsibility for your existence on Earth gives you the key to recognizing your freedom of choice. It is liberating to stop saying to yourself that you have to and rather say that you choose to.

Of course, consequences follow from your decisions, and become apparent as you actively make choices.  If you decide not to choose, there will be consequences nonetheless.  Taking a step back from your life lets you see that what you are and where you are results from the choices, conscious or not, that you’ve made along the way.  That’s why it’s so important to practice being mindful of your choices.

Now, reading about this is helpful, but it won’t change you unless you use this information to take a deeper look at yourself and make some new choices about your life.   Master this, and you master the Art of Leading Yourself. 

The reason www.plbenson.com exists is to make this process easier, faster and more pleasant for you. 

Contact me and lets talk about your goals, life desires, and where you want to be in your life.  info@plbenson.com

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