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Manifesting What you REALLY Want! – The Secret BEHIND The Secret


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I resolve…

Not to make any resolutions for 2015.  I never ever follow through,  so why set myself up for failure?

I’d like to say that I resolve to lose 100 pounds, eat healthier, blog every day, keep on top of paperwork at work, and finish my novel.  I’d like to say that I resolve to be a better person, to volunteer more and to help those who are less fortunate than I.  I’d like to say that I resolve to only think positive, to find the bright side, and to believe in myself at all times.

However, as I said, I never follow through with my resolutions.  What I am going to do is to TRY to be a better person, and most importantly, I am not going to beat myself up if I don’t do these things.

I’m not perfect, I’m a work in progress, and I hope I keep progressing in the right direction.

Four Simple Steps to Success

by Chris cade

That may sound overly simplistic, but it’s true. Just four simple steps will guarantee success in any aspect of life.

All you have to do is…

  1. Know what you really want (your goals)
  2. Take action towards your goals
  3. Notice what results you’re getting
  4. Correct your course whenever you notice things are not working

Of course like any great spiritual truth, knowing the steps is easy. Living them… not so much. For example: How do you figure out what you really want? And what if you’re finding it difficult to take action? Or even worse, taking the wrong kinds of actions towards your goals?

My personal experience is that the above steps correlate with very specific aspects of our development.

  1. Knowing your desires comes from self awareness
  2. Taking action happens naturally when self-sabotaging subconscious blockages have been removed
  3. Noticing results comes again from self awareness
  4. Correcting course happens naturally when self-sabotaging subconscious blockages have been removed

In other words, you can sum up success into two basic principles:

Cultivate self-awareness and remove subconscious blockages that cause you to sabotage your own best-efforts.

 

What is Helplessness – Chris Cade

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Nobody likes to feel helpless. It is probably most frequently avoided human emotion. People push themselves beyond their limits as well as fall into deep depression just to avoid feeling helpless.

The thing about it is this…

Helplessness, like all other difficult emotions, is a gateway to deeper wisdom and greater inner freedom.

Sure it may not seem like that. After all, we try to avoid it! But it’s only when we stop avoiding our feelings of helplessness that we can discover those inner gifts contained within.

Here’s how I define (REFRAME) helplessness:

“Helplessness is a sign that your Inner Critic believes you ‘should’ do more than the Universe needs you to do in a particular situation.”

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

P.S. I thought about explaining the idea above, but I decided not to. Instead, I figure it’s best to let you explore it for yourself… even if part of that exploration includes the possibility that you might feel
helpless.

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But That’s Not Spiritual – Chris Cade

by Chris Cade

I can’t count the number of times in the past that I’ve thought to myself something wasn’t “spiritual.” In my case, a lot of it had to do with work and not getting enough sleep.

I didn’t think that working could be spiritual (after all, it’s just money, right?). When I had really bad sleep problems and insomnia, I didn’t think sleep was “spiritual.” Sleep was just another thing on the “to do” list in my already too-few-hours in a day.I

thought my job was separate from my spiritual life. I thought that what I ate, how I ate it, and whether I exercised was physical (NOT SPIRITUAL).  I believed my friendships and relationships weren’t spiritual. And the reason I thought those things weren’t “spiritual” is because they didn’t fit into my idea of what was spiritual.

I only considered things like “meditation” or “seminars” or “workshops” to be spiritual. If I wasn’t doing those things, then whatever I was doing was not “spiritual.”

I was always separating in my mind, heart, and in my life, what was spiritual from what was not. And whether we realize it or not (I didn’t at the time), this kind of separation is actually quite painful. Most of that pain is subconscious, but it’s still living with an underlying state of pain.

That was a few years ago when I held those beliefs close to my heart.  Fortunately, since then I’ve discovered more about myself and what is spiritual (to me).  In fact, now I can’t separate spirituality from any of those things. Spirituality, for me, includes every moment of every day.

Every breath. Every bite. Every message I share with you. Everything I read. Everyone I meet. Spirituality is infused with everything I do. To be candid, while I know it is infused with all I do, I don’t always consciously recognize it.

That’s my real inner work: to experience that in all I do… to go beyond the concept, beyond the moments of recognition, and enter a state of constant integration with that truth.

“We are not physical beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a physical journey.”

In varying forms, that quote has been attributed to many people. And with good reason. It is ineffective to sit high in a mountain and meditate to feel inner peace, if we can’t bring that peace with us to everything we do. For example, how effective is feeling happy if the only time we feel happy is when we’re NOT living our daily life?

Please keep in mind that this is not a judgment about people, such as monks, who choose a monastic life. We all make our choices about what is right for us. It’s not about “good” or “bad” but rather about what is “effective” or “ineffective” in helping us inscribe the life of our dreams.

What I’m talking about is you and me living where we live. In the cities, suburbs, small towns, fields, farms, everywhere… we have chosen to be “a part” (not “apart”) of our society. That means we have the realities in our life of finances, relationships, and our physical well-being.

I have noticed in my own life that when I am mindful and conscious of my environment, the people in my life, and myself, then miracles happen. I truly am much happier.

Further, once I finally realized the limiting beliefs and lies I told myself about work and financial abundance, I also became much happier. No longer was I saying “work isn’t spiritual” and “money isn’t spiritual.” Instead, I began to see all my work and income earning as opportunities to practice spirituality. I saw them as opportunities to bring my love into everything I do and share it with everyone I meet.

Speaking of “sharing,” I thank you from the deepest reaches of my soul for being a part of my spiritual journey and for honoring me with the privilege of being of service to you. I hope that you have a delightfully “spiritual” day. 🙂

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your LIfe

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On the surface, what he shares about becoming a highly-paid expert doesn’t look “spiritual.” But all you have to do is listen to him share how his nearly fatal car accident changed his life forever to realize – he’s a living example of spirituality in action – and that he is a gift to those of us who want to live abundantly in service to others.

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Old? Get Out! New? Bring it on!

by Chris Cade

Or phrased another way, “Out with the old and in with the new.” This is the mantra billions of people worldwide have been saying to them as the new year passed from 2011 to 2012.

People have made resolutions to be different than they were. To lose weight, meditate more, save money, work harder, start a new business, start a new relationship, exercise more, judge others less, begin personal transformation programs, and so on and so forth. The list goes on.

What I find interesting is how all this relates to forgiveness. Most people have the idea that forgiveness is something they give to another person. “I forgive you for hurting me” we might say to a friend or family member.

But that’s not true forgiveness. True forgiveness is “out with the old and in with the new.” It is a letting go of what was to make space for what is. Real forgiveness is the opportunity to see what lies here and now without being clouded by the memories of the past. Put in financial terms: “Past performance does not predict the future.”

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying to just discard memories. Forgetting means not learnng the lesson. Ignoring the past is choosing to remain ignorant. What I’m suggesting is that we can learn the lessons without carrying the emotional baggage. We can get on the metaphorical airplane and visit new places, see new sights, without having our attention be ‘back home’ so to speak.

This is important when we think about new years resolutions. Are you trying to lose weight because you have emotional baggage about the past? People teased you (or you teased yourself)? Are you trying to earn more money because you’re tired of being poor or disappointing others?

If so, there’s nothing wrong with that. Those are all valid reasons to want change. The thing is, by using the past reasons as justification for future actions, we are choosing not to live in the present moment. We are choosing NOT to forgive. We are choosing to have the past dictate our future.

What if we looked at it through the lens of true forgiveness?

That would mean looking at who and how we are… right now. Exactly right now. Then allowing our heart, mind, and body –together in unison–inform us of what is best for us in the present moment. Maybe you would still try to lose weight or earn money.

The difference is, it wouldn’t be a reaction to the past. It wouldn’t be trying to avoid being who you were or avoiding the experiences you used to have. Losing weight could instead be for the purpose of feeling a greater sense of aliveness and vitality.

The goal of “losing weight” could become “experiencing more physical energy.” Earning more money could transform into the goal of “creating more abundance that I can share with others.”

In other words, by truly “forgiving” yourself, decisions to change would come from a place within you that says “This is what I authentically want… because it’s right, and not because of my troubled past.”

This is a substantial shift. It moves away from a lack mentality of what you don’t want (the past) and into a heart-centered abundant space of what you want to experience more of in your life.

The difference is subtle. Some would call it semantics…

I consider it fundamental.

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place pt 2 – Chris Cade

by Chris Cade

“I understand sometimes situations require a fast response and a decision. If you practice the above on a regular basis, what you’ll notice is that the time you need to ‘be in the unknown’ and arive at a solution will become less and less.

You’ll also be able to more quickly recognize when you’re making sub-optimal decisions, and therefore, correct course more effectively before it’s too late.”
Many times when we are experiencing conflict, our values and integrity are also being challenged. What makes it “a rock and a hard place” is often that two or more things of importance to us are not playing nicely together.

Maybe our parents want one thing, and our spouse wants another.

Or perhaps we are sick and feel torn between conventional medicine and natural medicine. Continue reading “Between a Rock and a Hard Place pt 2 – Chris Cade” »

Between a Rock and a Hard Place pt 1 – Chris Cade

by Chris Cade

Nobody gets through life unscathed. We all have difficult situations. And we all have extremely difficult situations. And as pleasure-seeking-pain-avoiding creatures on this planet, when we are in difficulty the first thing we usually do is try and “fix” it.

When in pain, we seek to eliminate the pain.

When in conflict, we seek to resolve the conflict.

When in uncertainty, we seek to find grounding.

Mind you there’s nothing wrong with wanting to minimize pain, conflict, and uncertainty. In fact, it’s something I am conscious of regularly. However, the way most of us go about it is often detrimental to finding the optimal solution. Continue reading “Between a Rock and a Hard Place pt 1 – Chris Cade” »

Shining the Light on a Broken Heart

by Chris Cade

Yesterday I shared how pain is like a hardened shell around our hearts, and when that shell breaks, it doesn’t literally break. It opens up that exterior to reveal the gifts and joy within.

I also promised to share with you my thoughts about that from a “light” perspective.You might think of it this way…

Frequently when in pain, we close our eyes. We cover them. We cower. We hide. We do whatever it takes to avoid feeling the pain. We’re naturally pleasure-seeking-pain-avoiding creatures, so we instinctually do whatever it takes to make the pain go away.

It’s a survival mechanism, and when we were younger it was an important one. As a child, we didn’t have the capacity to deal with pain. The way to get our needs met was by pleasing our caregivers, and it’s a rare family where emotional pain was supported, embraced, and honored.

Instead, most of us learned that pain had to be hidden if we were to get what we want. So we hid our pain. And we still do until we learn how to work with it differently.

The perspective of light gives us that opportunity.

The painful hardened shell is a blockage to light. Like a black hole, nothing can come in as long as the pain is blocking the way. Once the heart breaks, the opening is created.

Then a little bit (or a lot) of light can then illuminate what is within the heart. The heart is not inherently made of pain and hurt. It sometimes feels that way, but that’s because pain and hurt are the blocks we must go through to get ~to~ the real substance that our hearts are made of.

Within the heart is your joy, love, compassion, and other heart-centric qualities.

Why is it then, that even as adults we withdraw from the pain? Even if we might logically know it is revealing our most desired gifts to us, why run from the pain?

It’s because the light is so bright we don’t know what to do with it. It comes in and highLIGHTs all the dark aspects of ourselves we haven’t yet owned, loved, and embraced. That’s not something we’re taught what to do with. There’s no classes in grade school on this.

And so we withdraw.

Even though we know it is that exact light, shining in, that allows us to SEE the joy within.

I like to look at it this way…

Have you ever sat in a very dark room, and then stepped out into bright light? What happens?

Your eyes cower and withdraw. It’s too much light. Your eyes “haven’t adjusted.” It hurts.

When that happens, the pain is not from the light itself. It’s from your perception of the light. Your eyes haven’t adjusted to the light yet. Your eyes will stop hurting as soon as your perception of the light changes.

For most of us who still have our vision intact (or at least well enough with some glasses), we’d agree that we prefer a life of being able to see than a life of blindness.

And so it is with our emotional pain as well.

Rather than trying to get rid of the pain, to reject it, to project it onto others, to suppress it, or to override it with positive thinking, we have a different choice:

To acknowledge it…

To own it…

To appreciate it…

To love it…

To let the light in…

To let the light do its “inside job” and do what it does best…

Illuminate our most precious gifts.

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life

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