Beliefs enhance or sabotage our lives. We manifest our beliefs into reality in our lives, and in our relationships. We are only limited by our beliefs. In fact, our beliefs are so strong that we unconsciously seek alignment with our beliefs, even if they are faulty and limited. Read the rest of this entry »
Posts Tagged ‘courage’
Tags: conscious parenting, courage, life by design, Life Entrepreneur, parenting advice, potential
Tags: authenticity, conscious parenting, courage, Life Entrepreneur, potential
So one night at dinner, Emily (our 8-year old daughter) presented a “you know what I want to do” idea. At first, the idea could have been perceived so outlandish and immediately squelched as an unobtainable grandious dream. In fact, I would like to suggest that our children are offering these opportunities to us every day, in big and small ways. Depending on our state of heart and mind, we respond from fear or love. Fortunately, when this story took place, we were in a state of love where everything is possible. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: a life of plenty, abundance, courage, Fear Matrix, influence, love verses fear, purposeful life, simplified life
I have had several powerful comments to the question, “What keeps you from being your best and living on purpose?” posed from my blog post Less to Need and More to Be. I invite you to share in these personal life changing ah-ha moments. This is parents raising themselves. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: 4:00 mile, 7Habits, conscious parenting, courage, dreams, goals, natural explorer, risk
Happy New Year and welcome to My Child’s Gardener. I am as giddy as a horse in the starting gate to introduce you to my 4:00 mile for 2011!
I was asked this question just a couple of weeks ago, by the facilitator of a ladies empowerment group that I participate in. We have been doing work on our fearless self and breaking through our barriers of fear. The question was posed, “What is your 4:00 mile for 2011?” Meaning what goal will you set outside your limits, a challenge to break your barriers. This is of course in reference to the first sub 4:00 mile run by Roger Bannister in 1954.
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