We are what we ingest…

you are what you

Our experience of life, our choices and our beliefs, are all guided and experienced in relation to one’s consciousness.  Alteration of your consciousness presents you with a different world, for good or for bad.  Your consciousness is constantly affected by the experiences you have – consciousness cultivated negatively through bad choices perpetuates more negativity, consciousness cultivated with purposeful intent can help transform your world into a magnificent one.
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Food for Taste Vs Food for Life

It is amazing how one of the most essential elements for life can bring with it so much guilt and misery! Having quickly evolved technology to feed our every desire cheaply (in the developed world at least) our ancient bodies are struggling to play catch-up with the temptations of the bountiful harvest available to us 24/7. Having evolved very effective mechanisms to adapt to the feast or famine world that was everyday existence for early mankind, our bodies have had little opportunity to evolve to fit the new nutritional paradigm that is presented today.

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How free are you to choose your ideal life?

How free are you to do the things you want to do? For most of us I would suggest, not very… Absent of any external constraints on our freedom, all of us have things we would like to do, or behaviours we would like to change. But over and over again, this fails to occur. Doesn’t sound like real freedom, does it? We are usually our own biggest barrier, blissfully unaware we carry the keys to our own cell…

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Your best daily chance to change your life…

change your life

Many of us are locked into habitual behaviours or destructive patterns. We are presented with lessons that are begging to be learnt and then repeated day, after day, after day… The first step to change is awareness; without understanding the existence of our destructive behaviours there would never be any motivation to do anything different! [Read more…]

2011 and me – Part 3

After Maurice’s passing, it all hardly seemed real. I continued to go to work, managing the company I had worked with Maurice in for the last 5 years as before. Of course, nothing was like before, my main source of satisfaction from my job I was to find, was no longer there. Maurice’s wife flew me to New Zealand to attend and speak at Maurice’s funeral. In reflection, I could not have been more grateful for this experience. I was made so welcome by family and friends, and I participated in a memorial walk on one of Maurice’s favourite mountain trails, something I will always remember. [Read more…]