Clarity


Free Your Mind! (Beauty, Clarity)

Posted on June 23rd, by Albert in Beauty, Clarity. No Comments

“A mind free of thought is aware of all the senses. Only then is it able to appreciate the beauty of what is around us.” – Vikas Jhingran 2007 World Champion of Public Speaking



Shield Your Eyes, It’s Getting Bright In Here

Posted on March 26th, by Albert in Accept, Action, Authentic, Bliss, Clarity, Courage, Happiness, Joy. 2 comments

“If someone told you that your natural state is one of radiant happiness and joy, and I’m telling you now, and you don’t feel it at the moment, then what’s going on? It’s not that it’s not there, it’s just being blocked by something. But What? It’s our carefully crafted self image and it’s being meticulously managed by our own ego. The ego is a cocky little thing, a mere drop of water that thinks it’s the ocean. Don’t be mad at it for holding you back, thank it for all it’s years of service protecting you. But now inform it politely but firmly that it’s time to step aside and take a back seat, that you’re in charge and you’ve decided to become your larger authentic self. When it steps out of the way, and you release yourself from … Read More »


Start with the end in mind

Posted on January 20th, by Albert in Clarity, Desire, Feelings, Goals, Strive, Success. No Comments

“You want it. Aspiring. Hoping. Reaching. So you make a plan to get it. The bucket list. To-do lists. Objectives. Goals. Except that, you’re not chasing the goal, you’re chasing a feeling you hope reaching the goal will give you. We have the procedure upside down and it’s burning us out. What if we get clear first on how we want to feel, then set our intentions?” – Danielle Laporte from “The Desire Map”


Who Are You?

Posted on December 18th, by Albert in Accept, Action, Clarity, Ideal Self, Your Path. No Comments

“We come into this world with a specific, personal destiny. We have a job to do, a calling to enact, a self to become. We are who we are from the cradle, and we’re stuck with it. Our job in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine we ought to be, but to find out who we already are and become it.” – from the “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield


Why Now?

Posted on December 16th, by Albert in Accept, Clarity. No Comments

Terminally ill cancer patients report dramatic shifts in life perspective and experience a richer mode of existence. They become able to trivialize the trivial, to assume a sense of control, to stop doing things they do not wish to do, to communicate more openly with families and close friends, and to live entirely in the present. This new focus gives a fuller appreciation of life’s elemental factors, changing seasons, falling leaves, the loving of others. The common refrain is, “Why did we have to wait until now, till we are riddled with cancer, to learn how to value and appreciate life?” – from “Happier” by Tal Ben-Shahar