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The Mosh Pit of Your Mind
The story of eraser bear

86,400 seconds
per day!

Take 30 seconds a day to be nice to yourself.

You owe it to yourself!

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Questions to ponder…

  • What in your past is holding you hostage from becoming who you are truly intended to be?
  • What is the reason for your fear, doubt or anger? What, or Who, has helped you to foster change?
  • Why do we tend to become so obsessed with either the past or the future that we don’t let ourselves live in the moment?
  • What would you consider to be the first step you should take if you want to begin truly living in the present moment?
  • We learn from the past and we need to plan for the future. How can we still do those things without allowing ourselves to put too much of an emphasis on either the past or future?

What is happiness and a life fulfilled worth to you?

Why wouldn’t someone spend $199.99 on the betterment of their life?

I am not talking about the illusion of happiness we find in a new toy, new pair of shoes, new clothes and so on. Believe me, if you saw my shoe collection you would understand!

Yes, these moments of happiness are fun, but after the emotional high wears off we are left with ourselves once again.

I am talking about spending $199.99 for a life transformed.

If I asked you to put a price tag on your life, I am confident you would be insulted if someone valued it at only $199.99!

The Mosh Pit of Your Mind (Chapter 3)

For far too long anger, doubt and fear jumped around the “mosh pit of my mind.” Thankfully I found a way to replace them with positive thoughts, affirmations. This transformation allowed me to see the world through different eyes (thoughts).

Our minds process over 50,000 thoughts a day! What do you think happens when your thoughts are negative, self-sabotaging, self-defeating, hateful, angry..? What do you think your day, week year and your life will be like?

Eraser Bear & The Barrel O’ Fears

The long awaited days of spring were finally upon us. On this beautiful bright day of new beginnings I stood in my daughter’s bedroom talking with her about the day ahead. A shower of tears darted from her eyes sprinting down her cheeks drenching her sheets. In between sobs she moaned about why she didn’t want to go to tennis practice.

“I don’t want to go!”

“Why not?” I asked.

“I just don’t want to go!”

“Well, can you help me understand why you don’t want to go?” I asked.

Her tears were real, I could see them and touch them as I wiped them away. But, her fears were not. I could not see them, nor could I touch them. If I could I would have wipe them away, as well. The illusion of her fears taunted her and teased me as I pondered ways to help her understand…

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