AHHHHH… The Change of Seasons…
Here in the Northeast, we deal with change every three months or so… and in many ways it keeps things fresh. It keeps us on our toes. I reminds us that CHANGE is the one constant thing in this adventure we call “our lives”.
There’s a saying around here, “Hey if you don’t like the weather, wait 15 minutes.”
Speaking of change, I got a new camera yesterday and as I unpacked it and attempted to figure out how to use it (without looking at the manual)… I realized… well… this may be a bit embarrassing to admit….
BUT SOMETIMES YOU NEED TO LOOK AT THE DAMN MANUAL….
Oh but NO ONE GIVES US A “MANUAL” for LIVING OUR LIVES!
And I’m sure someone could say, “well, that’s what the Bible or the Bagadvad Gita or the Koran is.” And yes perhaps. However, we are dealing with change in our lives right now at an unprecedented rate in all of human history. Please understand I appreciate all of our ancient books of wisdom. This is not a criticsm, just a reflection on the fact that they were mostly written thousands of years ago. And we actually have a map of how our neurology responds to change and processes the information in our external world but because everybody is so overwhelmed with the daily task of just living in the midst of information overload, it seems like very few people actually have any conscious clue about how to deal with it.
That’s what I’m intending this website and my courses addressing. And what I love about all of this is that teaching people how to master their own minds for a change, gently forces ME to really learn it myself and practice it EVERY single day…
So here I was with this new camera, it took me 15 minutes just to figure out how to attach the little string that keeps the lens cap from disappearing!
Eventually I figured things out enough to make you a fresh “test drive” video this morning.
What came up in the process was how challenging even small changes can be. :o)
Here’s the short video I made with a helpful Mind Mastery Daily Tip for you…
Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, is to take a moment to learn something new on some gizmo like a phone or a camera or a remote control or whatever. That’s it. Take a deep breath and learn something new. LOL
or just learn something new about ANYTHING. Or heck, REMEMBER something new you learned yesterday or last week and practice doing it better.
Now on to other new things!
P.S. A Long Distance Transformation Nation shout out to Ian from the UK! As well as all of you who I hear from regularly. BTW have I mentioned lately that I LOVE to hear from you? I don’t need approval or praise. I DO LOVE to hear how you are all using these ideas and sharing them with your loved ones, I LOVE answering your questions. AND… as a result of several of you asking me questions about various challenges I am focusing my new course development on what you actually need and want. THAT feels deeply congruent and on target for me. so THANK YOU!!!
photo credit: “Starsky” L.