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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Diamond Hour/Ancient Child on Saturday!

We had technical problems last Saturday.  Let's try this again!   We'll discuss the Ancient Child meditation, and it's application to creativity, stress, self-healing, goal setting...everything.

Diamond Hour February show. - Saturday, February 16, 2013, 1:00 PM Pacific Standard time (4:00 PM Eastern)

http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/77111

Connect via phone or VoIP (Skype, etc.)

(724) 444-7444

7 comments:

Erka said...

Steve,
I'm 24 and have had some massive changes in my life over the last year or so. Life is really starting to open up to me, and I am seeing lesson after lesson unfold (and doing my best to figure out the lessons and learn from them). I consider myself very driven and focused, but I want more: I want to reach self-actualization and develop as a whole being. I frequently visualize the triangle and have a good idea of what reaching goals in all of those arenas would look like.

I have moments when the girl I strive to be overtakes all of me: I have narrowed focus onto my goals (which become even clearer), and I have this incredibly powerful mindset that pushes me to have faith in myself and that I will reach that point one day...it almost feels like I just became super human from the inside out. This feeling gradually fades, but not without leaving me wondering if that is progress knocking on my door. This feeling is very hard for me to describe.

During Diamond Hour, if you could please touch on how you measure progress using writing, visualizing, meditation, breathing, etc., in your everyday life (perhaps what it feels like, if there is such a thing), I would love to hear your thoughts.

I know that many consider me young, but I am so happy to have found your knowledge to help me propel myself into the person I want to become. I can already see how applying your techniques and teachings have set me apart from people 10+ years older than me.

My sincere thanks,
Erika

Erika said...

Steve,
I'm 24 and have had some massive changes in my life over the last year or so. Life is really starting to open up to me, and I am seeing lesson after lesson unfold (and doing my best to figure out the lessons and learn from them). I consider myself very driven and focused, but I want more: I want to reach self-actualization and develop as a whole being. I frequently visualize the triangle and have a good idea of what reaching goals in all of those arenas would look like.

I have moments when the girl I strive to be overtakes all of me: I have narrowed focus onto my goals (which become even clearer), and I have this incredibly powerful mindset that pushes me to have faith in myself and that I will reach that point one day...it almost feels like I just became super human from the inside out. This feeling gradually fades, but not without leaving me wondering if that is progress knocking on my door. This feeling is very hard for me to describe.

During Diamond Hour, if you could please touch on how you measure progress using writing, visualizing, meditation, breathing, etc., in your everyday life (perhaps what it feels like, if there is such a thing), I would love to hear your thoughts.

I know that many consider me young, but I am so happy to have found your knowledge to help me propel myself into the person I want to become. I can already see how applying your techniques and teachings have set me apart from people 10+ years older than me.

My sincere thanks,
Erika

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Steven Barnes said...

I'd say start with a free option, and stay there until you outgrow it. Invest your time and emotions...not your dollars.

Steven Barnes said...

Erika--

set measureable goals in all four
"worldly" arenas: body, career/art, relationships, finances. Set them such that, were you to achieve them, you would be delighted with the life of passion and contribution you are creating. Then journal about your results. Mastery of the visible world opens the door to mastery of the unseen.

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