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[New Year, New You] Day 6: Creativity: Not an Artsy-Fartsy Idea

So here you are. Day 6 of our 21-Day New Year, New You Challenge. In light of your persistence, I hereby certify you as a spiritual freakin’ ninja. By this time 90% of people who signed up would have given up.* But here you are, going strong and diving in for the big win. BRAVO!! It takes sharp teeth to show up and take life on, but you’re doing it!

Over the next couple days I want to share with you a few tools that will help make standing up to life even easier. They’re not common tools, but they work. The reason they aren’t common is because they cannot be patented and nobody would make any money for sharing them with you. The only mistake you’ll make over the next two days as you read these blogs and podcasts, is fail to apply the information and try it out. If you decide you’ve “already been there and done that,” or “already know that” and so neglect to physically put the information into action, you’ll miss out on what you don’t know about it.

We talked about presence, the importance of staying in the moment and seeing what’s there for what it really is. We’ve talked about the importance of taking things one step at a time, and being willing to swim with crocodiles instead of being stuck on an embroidered meditation pillow. Today’s blog post and podcast is your chance to put wisdom into action. What you’re about to read is painfully simple, but 99% of people still won’t to it, even it if will change everything about their lives and propel them toward their goals.

So let’s see if you’re in the 1%, or not, shall we?

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Comments ( 2 )
  • anna says:

    Thank you so much Tera for your wise speak and presence. it was so nice to be with you so even distance does not matter. love anna

  • Tami Livneh says:

    Thank you so much for reminding me the use of imagination and the process of putting the unwanted into (my way of it) a non-explosive balloon and then cleansing the empty place’ feeling it with cleansing white light and describing the new sens of that place.

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