Category: Perception

A Cure for “I Don’t Know”

Not knowing how to do something or what’s around the next corner can feel terrifying even life threatening. ‘Not knowing‘ can be spooky and if we use old models of understanding a shock to our ego.

Venturing into the unknown can feel like climbing Mt. Everest.

Or being stopped as something as surreal as this pretend bullfighter.

When we hit the wall of our understanding, it’s an indicator that we’ve outgrown our old definitions for how we think our world should be.

ADD Attention Differently Designed

What if Attention Deficit Disorder was redefined as ADD- Attention Differently Designed?

My Attention was always Differently Designed (ADD). I’m so thankful.

I am a wildly dyslexic gleefully happy man. Were it not for my rather astounding level of dyslexic perception, I would not be the Medical Intuitive that I am nor would I have had the visual skills to be the successful photographer and filmmaker that I have been.

My own unique form of perception is a gift I learn from everyday.

Thank God I was just called weird or stupid and wasn’t drugged like so many millions are today. My attention as a child by contemporary measures moved around a lot.  I was always drawn to the spaces between things and people.

Curing “Blindness”

Curing "Blindness"

There are many forms of blindness.

There are those who stop seeing because physically their eyes or their brain are no longer capable of producing the result we call sight. And there are others’ whose thoughts are so thick that they see the world through a logjam of beliefs, ideas and ideologies, expectations, hopes and habits resulting in a different loss of sight.

We’re referring to this logjam kind of blindness. How do we cure “blindness”?

How Thick is a Thought Anyway?

How thick is a thought?

Thoughts are things we create.

We’re filled with millions of them. They’re just part of being human and having a brain.

And thoughts can free us or run us.

Sometimes a thought or idea can seem to have the thickness and vastness of the Grand Canyon. They seem so thick that they feel insurmountable as if they are running the show.  And often they are.

Just how thick is a thought anyway?

How You See Is What You Get

How you see

Do you want to change your habits of seeing the world the same old way?

Do you want to have more energy?

Can’t see a way out?

How you see is what you get.

We invite you to put into slow motion a high speed habit called ‘seeing’ that you might not realize you have power over.

Serendipity- The Key to Health and Joy

The key to health and joy

Sometimes we can miss the answer we really need because we “think” it should look, feel and be a certain way. In fact, our choices are based on a proven model from the past not necessarily what is needed in the present.

When we cultivate serendipity, we allow ourselves the opportunity to find the answer we are really seeking that will bring the change we really need.