Reikilifecoach's blog listings. Feed Zend_Feed_Writer 1.10.8 (http://framework.zend.com) http://community.beliefnet.com/reikilifecoach The Power of Silence For the last 6 days I've been living, eating and sleeping in the Medical Oncology unit of our local hospital. My partner's mother has end-stage cancer and both of us have committed to staying with her as long as she's in the hospital. 

While keeping vigil for her, I've found myself enveloped by a beautiful sense of silence that I haven't experienced in a very long time. The hospital does an amazing job of creating a peaceful, healing atmosphere for it's patients. So there are no beeping monitors, no blaring televisions. Just silence. 

In this silence, I've taken time to go deep within myself, to connect with the indwelling Christ presence I've read so much about. Lo and behold, there it was, patiently waiting like a parent waiting in the wings for their child to finish their performance and come offstage. 

In this silence, I discovered a wellspring of compassion, love, peace and power. Just when I'd thought I was running out of compassion, just when I thought I couldn't love and accept myself, just when I thought I would have to carry the burden of this anxiety alone, I found my true self in the silence. 

The most amazing part, was that I didn't have to resort to any methods of meditation or relaxation. I simply got still and closed my else. Just as scripture tells us, "Be still and know that I am God". Knowing that I AM presence is inside of all of us, this passage came alive for me in the silence. Be still and know that I AM God. Once I really embodied this concept, the doors of compassion, peace, love and power flew open and I had the opportunity to view and confirm that we are all connected by one presence, and this presence is us. 

All this, by simply closing my eyes and being with the silence. Allowing thoughts to drift in and out of my consciousness. I can honestly say I've had more profound spiritual experiences here in the hospital than I've ever had inside the walls of a church. And that's because I finally took the time to enter the temple inside of me. 

Blessings,

Dustin

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Tue, 03 Apr 2012 11:25:26 -0500 http://community.beliefnet.com/reikilifecoach/blog/2012/04/03/the_power_of_silence http://community.beliefnet.com/reikilifecoach/blog/2012/04/03/the_power_of_silence For the last 6 days I've been living, eating and sleeping in the Medical Oncology unit of our local hospital. My partner's mother has end-stage cancer and both of us have committed to staying with her as long as she's in the hospital. 

While keeping vigil for her, I've found myself enveloped by a beautiful sense of silence that I haven't experienced in a very long time. The hospital does an amazing job of creating a peaceful, healing atmosphere for it's patients. So there are no beeping monitors, no blaring televisions. Just silence. 

In this silence, I've taken time to go deep within myself, to connect with the indwelling Christ presence I've read so much about. Lo and behold, there it was, patiently waiting like a parent waiting in the wings for their child to finish their performance and come offstage. 

In this silence, I discovered a wellspring of compassion, love, peace and power. Just when I'd thought I was running out of compassion, just when I thought I couldn't love and accept myself, just when I thought I would have to carry the burden of this anxiety alone, I found my true self in the silence. 

The most amazing part, was that I didn't have to resort to any methods of meditation or relaxation. I simply got still and closed my else. Just as scripture tells us, "Be still and know that I am God". Knowing that I AM presence is inside of all of us, this passage came alive for me in the silence. Be still and know that I AM God. Once I really embodied this concept, the doors of compassion, peace, love and power flew open and I had the opportunity to view and confirm that we are all connected by one presence, and this presence is us. 

All this, by simply closing my eyes and being with the silence. Allowing thoughts to drift in and out of my consciousness. I can honestly say I've had more profound spiritual experiences here in the hospital than I've ever had inside the walls of a church. And that's because I finally took the time to enter the temple inside of me. 

Blessings,

Dustin

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Your Life, Inc. Imagine for a moment, your life were a mid-size corporation. 

  • What would the name of your company be? 
  • What does your company specialize in?
  • What services do you provide for others?
  • What position do you currently occupy?

CEO – The ultimate master of your destiny. The captain of your ship.

Assistant Manager – You can affect change, but you must first gain approval from another

Clerk – You do exactly as you’re told to do. There are many managers in your life.

Administrative Assistant – You’re forever supporting somebody else.

Janitor – You’re constantly cleaning up the mess

The similarities between our personal lives and the business world are stunning. Don’t believe me? Have you ever heard the expressions “we’re having company over” or “mind your business”?When we view our lives as we view corporations, it’s easier to put things into perspective.

For example, we have lots of people in our lives that fill various positions in our company. Your best friend might be your closest advisor, while your spouse may be your top Public Relations person.Think about who you've employed and how they can better support you.

This week, I invide you to take a few moments to reflect on your company and the role you play. 

Once you’ve considered the offerings of “Your Life, Inc.”, ask your soul what it would take to give yourself a promotion.

Namaste

Dustin

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Mon, 02 Apr 2012 00:38:27 -0500 http://community.beliefnet.com/reikilifecoach/blog/2012/04/02/your_life,_inc. http://community.beliefnet.com/reikilifecoach/blog/2012/04/02/your_life,_inc. Imagine for a moment, your life were a mid-size corporation. 

  • What would the name of your company be? 
  • What does your company specialize in?
  • What services do you provide for others?
  • What position do you currently occupy?

CEO – The ultimate master of your destiny. The captain of your ship.

Assistant Manager – You can affect change, but you must first gain approval from another

Clerk – You do exactly as you’re told to do. There are many managers in your life.

Administrative Assistant – You’re forever supporting somebody else.

Janitor – You’re constantly cleaning up the mess

The similarities between our personal lives and the business world are stunning. Don’t believe me? Have you ever heard the expressions “we’re having company over” or “mind your business”?When we view our lives as we view corporations, it’s easier to put things into perspective.

For example, we have lots of people in our lives that fill various positions in our company. Your best friend might be your closest advisor, while your spouse may be your top Public Relations person.Think about who you've employed and how they can better support you.

This week, I invide you to take a few moments to reflect on your company and the role you play. 

Once you’ve considered the offerings of “Your Life, Inc.”, ask your soul what it would take to give yourself a promotion.

Namaste

Dustin

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