If you are green you grow, if you are ripe you rot.
Who you be, you eventually become.That is what the word be-come means, the coming of the being. Whomever you are choosing to be right now, you eventually become it in the future. Yet there is no future. Everything that's ever happened, is happening right now - and everything that's ever going to happen, is happening right now. There is only one moment, the golden moment of now. All that you wish to become, you already are. You have it all now, you are simply not experiencing it. It's therefore up to you to reach into the sea of infinite possibility, calling forth that which you wish to experience now. You call forth that which you wish to experience now, via three main devices - thought, word and action. All three...
These golden moments provide you with a choice in life. To do what you know you should be doing, or to continue doing what you feel like doing. Most of us seek the path of least resistance. Why is it so hard to do the little things that we know would improve our lives? Simple, what's easy to do is easy not to do. Yes, but why is it equally as easy not to do though? The mind has evolved to protect us from harm. It is designed to stop us at all costs from doing anything that might hurt us. We are not designed to do things that appear uncomfortable, scary or difficult. Our brains are trying to...
There are golden moments of opportunity throughout your day.
Don't fall victim to FOMO, an acronym for Fear Of Missing Out. Many people set themselves up for drastic change, till it all comes crumbling down. They embark on a new lifestyle and somewhere along the way, they trip up because of FOMO.
If you have made a decision to change and then begin experiencing FOMO, you need to ask yourself this question:
"What exactly am I fearing to miss out on here?"
Look at the conventional ways of mankind and see how things really are. Many have been misguided and as a result are unhealthy, financially broke, emotionally traumatised and spiritually disconnected.
In the early 1900's, most Americans usually ate a hearty protein and fat breakfast, typically in the form of sausages and eggs or bacon and eggs. The shift came about through Will Keith Kellogg, who was a seventh-day adventist and did not practice the eating of animal products. He came up with other ways for seventh-day adventists to stay away from meat, hence introducing the very successful Kellogg's Corn Flakes in 1922.
At that time, General Kellogg was very influential in the US Government and caused a lot of people to start eating Corn Flakes and other forms of carbohydrates for breakfast. The rest of the country soon got on board with this practise, none of which was based...