Negative feelings, thoughts, words and behaviors affect our mental and physical health, our self-esteem and our sense of self-worth. Forgiveness is not something we do for another person, it’s something we do for ourselves. By refusing to forgive, we hang on to feelings of blame, judgment, guilt, resentments, hurts and do not make room for the positive emotions and feelings we need to cut Fresh Tracks.
Join me in this 30-minute, guided meditation and forgive, release, and ultimately give yourself permission to move forward creating your life by design and with ease. Ultimately, forgiveness allows you to more easily create your Fresh Tracks!
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One of the most powerful truths in the way Universal Law works is you have to let of things of a lessor vibration to make room for things of a higher vibration. The releasing needs to happen before, not after, what you desire arrives. This is known as the Law of Sacrifice. For example, you quit drinking beer and eating unlimited pan pizza every night before you attain the beach body you desire. In this Fresh Tracks meditation you will easily shed the baggage that’s holding you back and release what no longer serves your highest and best good – making room for the new. Providing you with the courage and ease necessary to manifest your Fresh Tracks!
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Giving and Receiving are an integral part of creating Fresh Tracks. Money, gifts, time, service, donating, reward, self-worth, circulation, flow are just a few of the myriad aspects to this freeing and enlightening meditation. The Universal Law of Giving and Receiving is a beautiful and often overlooked aspect of Universal Law we explore in this meditation.
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In episode 72 of Fresh Tracks I speak with mindfulness expert John Allcock. We dig deep into the role mindfulness plays in setting and achieving goals, our belief in ourselves, and how we handle failure. John shares that being mindful (aware) allows us to recognize if our thoughts are unrealistically negative – which impacts our belief in our self. Once we are aware we can then make the decision to check the thoughts out and see if they are correct and, if not, replace them with more accurate, positive beliefs and intentions. Which ultimately allow us to live a happier, fuller, and more meaningful life.
Sounds great, but how do you do this you may ask? John shares techniques to train your attention so you don’t get wrapped up in distorted thinking that’s not realistic. Awareness gives us the power to realize we are choosing to listen to negative thoughts and the choice to choose positive thoughts. In this week’s show we also take a look at how we handle failure. Because if you look at failure as something to avoid you won’t set lofty goals or cut Fresh Tracks. In reality failure just means that you are trying new things. John shares that mindfulness training is the solution to all of these difficult issues. Check out this week’s show and decide for yourself.
4:00 – Why believing in yourself impacts the quality of the goals you set
5:50 – Tips for working your way through failure when you are in the midst of it
8:20 – The secret key to training your attention
12:00 – The art of being skilled in awareness
15:10 – An insight into how kids handle paying attention to their awareness
19:00 – You can try to pave every path or you can make some shoes….
22:00 – The one thing you can do to avoid anxiety
23:50 – What if much of what you believe is wrong?
26:20 – How to start assessing what your beliefs are – particularly if you are unhappy
About the Author:
John Allcock has dedicated over 15 years to the practice and instruction of mindfulness. He is the Co-Founder and Director of Mindfulness at Sea Change Preparatory, a trailblazing academy that regularly implements the practice of mindfulness in it’s curriculum. The school’s emphasis on mindfulness set the foundation for the success of it’s students, including world-record-breaking swimmers, which were featured on NBC Nightly News. John is also a Harvard-educated trial lawyer and has been the Global Co-Chair of DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property Group. He lives in Del Mar, California with his wife and co-founder Cheryl. Together they have four children.
In this special edition of Fresh Tracks we have a guided meditation on the Law of Success.
Do you expect Success in everything you do? Did you know that success is your birthright? The Law of Success is one of the 12 Universal Laws each of us uses as we manifest (whether we know it or not!).
If you are struggling to achieve success in any area of your life you are blocking your energy in some way. It’s usually unconscious and can be unblocked rather easily if you know how. In this special edition of Fresh Tracks we have a guided meditation for embodying the Law of Success.
You are made for progress and growth because it is the nature of human beings to grow and expand. Advancement in all things is your overall purpose in life, and knowing this is imperative your achieving it. Because you have to expect success to get it!
In this Fresh Tracks meditation we are embracing and embodying the Law of Success. Releasing blocks, listening to what our heart guides us to do, and helping others above all else are all aspects to the Law of Success.
How different could your life look if you KNEW you were guaranteed to succeed?
Join me in our Law of Success Meditation and find out!
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