10 Trademarks. If you’re curious about innovation, today’s article can help you appreciate why we RES Experts talk about “leading-edge skills.”
Practically speaking, why does this matter?
When I published “THE NEW STRONG” last month, my intent was to build it like a workshop on vibrational positioning — what the book calls “A Program for Easy Vibrational Balance.”
However, I knew that I also wanted to give people a depth immersion, a workshop experience, with lots of personal coaching to explore vibrational positioning. That’s the kind of workshop I aimed to deliver.
Apparently that happened. For instance, I was pleasantly surprised when, within a week, one of the workshop participants had moved into Enlightenment.
Leave it to LEO, though, to describe what it was like for him as a student rather than the teacher. A student and, uh-oh, even a skeptic!
This may sound bad, but I went into taking THE NEW STRONG Workshop with tempered expectations. Although Rose had talked often about this new skill set, and it sounded great, I was definitely skeptical.
Blog-Buddies, this article originally appeared here on the date of this post.
But on February 12, 2016 I have moved it. Because it is being included in my latest book. More about that to come. 🙂
SARAH has entered the first full-length entry into our new Contest about Deeper Perception. Prepare to be shocked (maybe). Or maybe not so shocked at all….
What I learned is hard for me to summarize, since it happened somewhere completely separate from my intellect.
I finally let go of my need to love my family. In the process, I actually came to love them in a way I never have before. For the first time in years, I was able to genuinely enjoy a holiday spent with them, free of guilt or disappointment.
See, my immediate family is very close and loving and always has been supposedly. We all see each other regularly, everyone makes an effort to keep up on each others lives, my parents are still together, etc.
And this sense of family is extremely important to us, all of us. It must be. It’s some sort of implicit requirement for membership. I dont know how else to explain it.
But there’s always been something weird under the surface, like its all a big show. I’ve spent years convincing myself that this is all in my head, since I’ve never met anyone else who gets this vibe from them. My friends just politely say that they dont really know what I am talking about, so-and-so seems lovely to them.