Emotional Sobriety

The idea of “twenty-four-hour living” applies primarily to the emotional life of the individual. Emotionally speaking, we must not live in yesterday, nor in tomorrow. AS BILL SEES IT, p. 284 I believe Bill was sober ten years or more when he discovered a process he titled “Emotional Sobriety.” When I first heard about the … Read more

Passion

“There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life.” — Frederico Fellini In August of 2012 I set out on a new venture,  My goal was to build a brick and mortar agency that utilized the recovery success principles I had been developing and refining over the course … Read more

Aloha!

To consciously manifest life joyously in the present! Aloha I do not remember the show I was watching but a few months back I heard the actor make this statement.  I thought, “wow that is wonderful, I want to write about that.”  So I jotted it in my notes and well, today is the day.  … Read more

Multiplication

Unless you have gone through school with the Common Core system you probably remember the “Multiplication” tables.  We needed to memorize those tables and had better learn some shortcuts and not with our fingers to assist in the process.  I recently saw a “gif” of the multiples of “10,” it went like this: 10 x … Read more

Recovery; Simple but not Easy!

It took me a long time to understand that I could be what I choose to be, that I am, indeed, that which has the capacity to look fear in the eye and dissolve it. No problem can be resolved from the point of view of the problem. I learned to ask myself, “What’s another … Read more

Mastery Starts Now

“Mastery does not come from dabbling. We have to be prepared to pay the price. We need to have the sustained enthusiasm that motivates us to give our best.” — Eknath Easwaran In order to overcome any obstacle and addiction is an obstacle in living a successful life, we must recognize that there is a … Read more

Limitations, Limit!

“Argue for your limitations and surely they’ll be yours.” – Marshall Sylver The most hurtful phrase in our vocabulary is, “I Can’t”. When we set limitations on what we can and cannot do we are stifling our human potential. We are human becomings i.e. we strive to become better and better people each and every … Read more

Self Improvement

“If you expect the best, you will be the best. Learn to use one of the most powerful laws in this world; change your mental habits to belief instead of disbelief. Learn to expect, not to doubt. In so doing, you bring everything into the realm of possibility.” — Dr. Norman Vincent Peale Possibility thinking … Read more