εїз Mentoring with Love

Visual, Audio, Kinesthetic  (VAK, coined trough Neuro Linguistic Programing or NLP) VAK Triangle These are the three main senses we use to determine if reality is real. If we can see it, hear it and feel it, we believe it's real. Rarely do we use smell or taste for this, but of course it can be included. In other words, [...]

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When I say Belief System, I mean, how you believe the world works, how you work. I don't mean any particular faith or religion, although, as a matter of course, religion also deals with ideas about how the world works, but there is more to this idea. As an example of a belief, you may say, "I cannot relax before I have cleaned my house". This would be a belief, because, obviously, you can relax, and then clean the house, or even clean the house in a relaxed manner. But until we question that belief, that is how the world works for us. Now to be fair. this was a simple belief, and simply looking at it, or questioning it, would be enough to change it. But sometimes, or rather often, you will find that it's not enough. Just looking at it won't change it, even when one sees the futility or silliness in it. That then [...]

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Growth implies vulnerability because vulnerability implies openness to new experiences and love. When we are defensive, we are caged off from all of it by our own hand. When we are closed minded we degrade, because stagnation of energy is death. When we are condescending, we are doing it to our Self primarily, and when we think we know best, that is the time to question our motives and our egos. But when we are open, allowing and vulnerable, that is when we get to experience all the beauty of all that IS without judging it, which allows the universal love to flow to us, and through us. That is when we start experiencing new wonders of this Universe every second, things that make us say "I never knew...." and remain in silence [...]

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We all understand what polarity means. Night and day, male and female, yes and no, positive and negative, extrovert and introvert, active and passive, sound and silence, and so forth. Irony is, it is not all that black and white ;) Naturally, one would cease to exist without the other. Most of the spiritual teachings tell us about the "negative" as something we do not prefer, and "positive" as something we do prefer, however, let us go beyond these definitions. Let's start with one idea that explains much of it. Everything is Source energy. What does that mean? Even the things we choose to perceive as negative are part of it. So knowing that, why would we avoid anything at all? Because of the human experience. We only define something as negative when we feel threatened by it, and that is exactly why we continuously make the [...]

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