Symptoms of Worthiness

Symptoms of Worthiness

According to the dictionary, worthiness involves being “good enough.” It defines worthiness as possessing qualities or abilities that warrant distinct recognition or respect. In relation to specific roles, jobs, or awards, worthiness has its place. But when its comes to human beings, what are the symptoms of worthiness? Continue reading

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The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

We all have a story, a way in which we describe ourselves to others. This story—our self-definition—reveals how a we see ourselves and how we want others to see us. There is as much information in what we say as is in what we don’t. Closely observed, we can learn a lot about someone when they tell us their story. Continue reading

Cycles of 9: Phases 1 to 3

Cycles of 9: Phases 1 to 3

Nine is an interesting number. It is the highest of the single-digit numbers, always results in itself when it is multiplied by any other number (i.e., 2 x 0=18 and 1 + 8 = 9, 3 x 9 = 27 and 2 + 7 = 9, etc), and is used to check arithmetic calculation (casting out nines technique). Many things follow a pattern consisting of nine phases, such as universal years as described in numerology. Other things that follow the 9-phase pattern include a new idea, project, life, thought, or event. The nine phases repeat or cycle, thus I refer to this repetitive pattern as the cycle of 9s. Continue reading

Setting Intentions to Accomplish Goals and Improve Attitude

Setting Intentions to Accomplish Goals and Improve Attitude

Most of us set daily goals—the chores, tasks, things, and projects we want or have to get done. But what if we set intentions to help accomplish those goals? The difference between goals and intentions seems subtle, but the use of intention is extremely effective. Continue reading