Tuesday, December 02, 2008


If you are like me, you will often be annoyed by your “monkey mind.” The mind that is always thinking thoughts, both positive and negative. Peruvian thinker, Carlos Castaneda, says; “When we are quiet, we realize someone (or something) is trying to teach us. Whenever we manage to stop our inner dialogue, something happens in our lives. We discover things we never thought of consciously but are there ready to help us. So the really difficult part is managing to attain this silence – our head is always filled with songs, lists, things to do, worries, news in the papers and our [financial condition].”

The coach agrees . . . “If we manage to stop this useless flow of reflections that leads us nowhere, then everything becomes possible.”

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