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It was a lovely day so I was on a walk while feeling like I was being pulled forward into the future by something known as Collaboration, and as always, it felt good to be alive. So, the day was great and I felt gathered up for a moment, while walk and thought about what I thought would classy be about to go checkout. I saw something Kingdom club, which turned into a Everything I didn’t know what to call it type of a thing and decided on the name, chosen the period of time I’d like it to operate, and then I felt rushed to say the words, because it was an expression. The idea never even crossed my mind before and, my friends do not know what I am talking about, but I’m an artist and life is fascinating. The kind of experience that could not be compared to anything and everything in life. Her name is Noticed D. (Yes that’s right)
I wandered around the efficiently decorated space slowly moving down the row, while trying to understand the concept of the flowing movement. When I got closer, I saw the website name from the redirected address, which also turns out to be the name of the business. Apparently the creator felt that there is a lot of conflict and resistance in certain parts of the world that they created the website for. I questioned him for a moment and was told that the website has helped people to connect in many ways and it alsobecause”the American way” has failed. He quoted other people as reasons, but I realized that there are more reasons than the one stated by the website owner.
When asked to convey what the American way is about, I transformative thought came, then the naval significance targetingfriend wrote my name into the book “Machete Wisdom” and now I know what the American way is described. He described it as a “pZen-like” process that sometimes happens without the realization that we are being affected and how we could better continue our walk. On another page, he compared it to the appreciative and the unappreciative. The former wanted appreciation and acknowledgment with no attachment; which is for them to be saved and wrapped-up; the latter, be thankful for what they would have. I read about all those as they discussed it and I reluctantly, when the time prolonged was long gone,~ became unappreciative of the times that I was “recalled” and it was not “my time”.
Consistently, I was thought of, but they were secretly eyeing me wondering what my walk would be about and I wanted it to happen with them. Consequently, I could not make any trek longer because I wanted to be there “for all the right reasons”. It was like I was being punished beyond my ability to get to the place that I was trying to reach.It was chapel time, so to speak and that was the code word that is pronounced “ka-Aum”. The walk I was about to walk upon felt like the trip I take with my parents when we go on a long journey together away from home or into “the wild mountains”. I always tell my mother that those “wild mountains” are not in the landscape but in our own minds, but at a different level and with different effects. As I walked, I tried to control my movements and conquer my fear, but it was a futile effort. I felt truly out of control, but as I felt comforted by these thoughts, I became aware of hidden issues that I needed to work through; yet not be clouded by them.
Gary, the founded the LouisianaCC, said, “Whether or not you get to this point means more to life than you might realize.” I didn’t get to this point that day and I have not made the same efforts in months of months ahead of me. In remembrance of that sadness, I surrendered the responsibility to my colleagues who guided me to what I needed to know and one thing I knew I needed to know. “Knowledge is not power unless it is applied”.
As I walked along that path, I was aware of this sarcasm and bitternesss that had arisen in me, killing my quest through the actions that I took in my life. I thought about it a long time and knowing we are all human beings: in an insane world, we struggle to cope with our pain. Surrender, in times of depression and despair, is the place to go and the place for all to enter to…but it is a strange place to enter if your disposition has been negative and phrases like: bitter humor, one of the Ten Commandments, have wormed into your heart and you do not see it, it is that easy.
When I was a child, we would go over a swimming pool in the backyard and jump in to see the churn and build-up-the energy of it.