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JAMIE’S BLOG – YEAR 7 – KINDNESS  DAY 60 :: looking

4 Mar

Kindness.

I’m on a mission of kindness this year. Trying to find it, share it, live with it. On purpose.

Today, I listened to part of this book and it all started to make sense: what we look for we find. What we think of we create. What we wish for we receive. Our thoughts are powerful things.

And, so, I am looking for kindness. Massive amounts of kindness.
Let the creation begin!

More tomorrow….
Lovemore,
Jamie

{creating?}
#lovemore

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JAMIE’S BLOG – DAY 330 :: best day ever

28 Nov

This morning my coffee cup predicted my day. It said, “Best Day Ever” right on top of the lid.

And I think that’s pretty powerful. Starting the day off with a strong intention. Even if it comes from the top of my coffee cup instead the top of my head.

Still powerful. And positive.

Today I also read more of the book The Seat of the Soul. It is quite literally blowing my mind. One quote at a time. Today a line jumped off the page right out at me:

“Where your attention goes, you go.” 

It sums up the whole point of this promise, and every promise I have ever made. What I intend I live. What I promise comes true (even if it’s not the exact path I expect.)

I know this to be real in the physical world too. In basketball, where your eyes go the ball goes. In driving, where your hands move go the car goes.  Where your attention goes, you go.  So it shouldn’t surprise me that it’s a universal rule.

And that makes me wonder…
Why not start every day with a focus and intention that it’s going to be good? Even great. Maybe even …the…Best. Day. Ever.

More tomorrow. 
Lovemore,
Jamie

P.S. See you Sunday. If you are curious about how to find more universal laws and the power of intention you will find my next peak performance interview quite interesting.  Click here to learn more.

 

 {what is your intention?}

JAMIE’S BLOG – DAY 328 :: just do it, the moment of failure

26 Nov

What was your peak performance moment of the day?

As we wrap up a short work week over here and get ready to celebrate some serious PIE and TURKEY, I am happy to report my new record.

One minute and forty one seconds! 

That was my plank today. I am amazed at what showing up and sticking to a routine can do for the body. Specifically for my pilates plank. If you have been around here for a while, you know that I started off at 30 seconds. I keep inching forward, every week, without practice, to a longer plank.

And it’s getting easier. Because I keep showing up. Even on days when I don’t feel like it, when I’m tired, when I’m sad, when I’m worn out, stressed out and laid out.

I keep showing up and doing that damn plank.
And you know what, it keeps getting better. Because I am pushed to the moment of failure. I go until my arms shake so hard my body starts to lose it’s grip.

But it’s the moment of failure that makes me stronger. (Isn’t that always the case?)

And that makes me remember some really important advice:
Stick to it.
Keep on it.
Just do it. 

Here’s to your peak performance. 

More tomorrow. 
Lovemore,
Jamie

P.S. Official invite here. If you are a fan of Abraham-Hicks you will find my next peak performance interview fascinating with a capital F (as in blow your mind).  Click here to learn more.

 

 {what can you stick to, keep up, just do?}

JAMIE’S BLOG – DAY 327 :: seeing clearly

25 Nov

It’s time. My glasses are goners. I need a new pair that will sit on my nose properly. These specs are all stretched out, plus it’s time for the new prescription anyway.

It makes me reflect on the fact that it’s hard to have peak performance when your glasses are slowly becoming out of date. Or sliding down your nose.

And so, a trip to the optician is in my future! Fun!

It also gives me pause about clarity. If there is one thing that this year has taught me, it is the power of being clear. The power of thinking clearly. And how that leads to a clear path of where you want to go.

Granted, a breast cancer diagnosis was a fast pass to clarity for me. Still, clarity is a gift.

So…. Are you clear about where you are going and what you want?

What do you see in your future?

More tomorrow.
Lovemore,
Jamie

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 {are you clear about where you are going?}

Day 100: lovemore monday :: commitment

9 Apr

As you know, I entered this year determined to be fearless. But, I don’t want more fear or less in my life.  I want more love.  So I made up a new word, lovemore!   That’s why Lovemore Mondays are here.

Today’s Lovemore Monday is a love story about committment.

As in, 100 Days.

We are officially 100 days into the year.
Did it go fast for you?

Tonight as I look over my goals for the year that I made around New Year’s Eve I am amazed at what has happened and what has not …yet.

What I expected to discover was my depth of fear.
What I found was that I can jump into the water with sharks — as long as I have a strategy of how to get out of the water with sharks!

More than anything, I have discovered that I am really not afraid of much, but I do worry too much.

Starting out this year, I expected to find shopping elation after taking a 365-day break.

What I discovered is that I forgot just how to shop and it’s been overwhelming in many ways. (Good thing I have had the help of Holly Getty!)

And, I have to admit, I expected to find new ways to enjoy and love my body through exercise like running and hot yoga.

Instead, I have discovered something that seems so obvious now — my life-long issue with my blood, from childhood anemia to teenage cancer to adult poor circulation, all of which I am now addressing with acupuncture.

Surprisingly, this means I need to take a break from the intense exercise I love (like hot yoga) and treat myself with a little less strenuous exercise (like tai chi).

So far, I must report I have not fully found the meaning of life and love
…but I am getting closer, really close!

And, there are still 266 days left in this year called 2012.
There is still time.
There is still hope.

And, I will admit, with each chapter I read in my Abraham-Hicks books I feel closer to something that makes the most sense to my heart — and that is, the key to life is really as simple as JOY and FUN.

Joy and fun!
What could be better than that?

So, with the idea of JOY and FUN in my heart, I am unveiling my new commitment.
Lovemore Fearless T-shirts.

What could be a better reminder than wearing a mantra of LOVE?
Here’s the good news …you can have one too!

More on that soon…

Until then, here’s to the next 100 Days.
I’ll be right here with you.

Day 92: vision boards and bath time: how sweet it is

1 Apr

It was bath night around here — for everyone:  the dogs and the humans in this household.

As all dog owners may attest, it’s hard, no — almost impossible — to bathe a dog and not get your own form of bath in the process. Especially when one of the canines weighs in at 60 pounds (that means 60 pounds of pooch shaking and spraying water in every direction in our tiny, tiled bathroom!).

After bath time comes the bewitching hour, which involves two dogs running around the house dragging their towels and shaking off the water stuck to their fur. I wish I would have taken a photo, but honestly, I think it would have been utterly impossible between the bathwater, dog fetching and towel wrangling.

It’s adorable, but it’s mayhem.
And, I asked for it.

Tonight, as I watched this craziness unfold, I looked up and saw my vision board tacked up on the wall.

On this board, just a mere four weeks ago, I cut and pasted images from magazines — and one was that of a dog.  This was before we knew about Brady, before we had even considered the idea of adding four more paws to our cause.

I am still struck by how easily Brady came into our life, just two weeks after I pasted that photo up on the board.  As if I had keen vision, or a super power calling him into our lives.

As it turns out — I did.  I do.  
And, so do you.

Yesterday, while sitting in the presence of Abraham-Hicks, I was mesmerized by the consciousness, clear-cut advice and deep “knowingness” shared right before my eyes.

One very important point was this:  when making a Vision Board, make sure the images on it invoke a feeling of “good” inside of you and not one of “lack” or “yearning.”

It hit me like a ton of bricks.
How many goals, visions, boards have I created where what I “WANTED” seemed lovely, but so out of reach, beyond me, too big that it just felt DISAPPOINTING every time I looked at it?

Many.

There is nothing wrong with dreaming big, but the message I took away from the seminar yesterday, was this:

1) Our vision has to be BELIEVABLE to us, and

2) It has to FEEL GOOD.  

If it doesn’t make you feel good then it won’t have the power to be created in your life. And, if you don’t believe it can happen, well… it won’t.

So, tonight, as I looked up at the Vision Board I created a month ago, I realized that the photo of the dog was what made me feel the best, it’s what I am drawn to most and… Surprise! It is what came into my life FIRST. (Even though I didn’t realize I was asking for it — I just loved the photo!)

I am comforted and overjoyed with the knowledge that we CAN and DO create our lives — especially when we come at it from a place of LOVE, JOY and PLAY.

It reminds me to keep having fun and dreaming up things that feel good — even more so, DWELLING on the things that feel good.

And, I think that’s how I will spend my month of April…

But, for now, I am going to return to chasing two wet dogs around the house with a towel. 

How sweet it is. 

Day 91: my cup runneth over

31 Mar

From the moment I stood in line waiting for those big doors to open today, I knew there was something amazing about to happen.

And, it wasn’t because I was wearing my fabulous new pair of jeans (thank you Holly Getty!). It was actually because today was my first live and in-person experience with Abraham-Hicks (thank you Rob and Debbie!).

There were so many aha moments, and brilliant one-liners, that it’s hard to know where to begin to share my enthusiasm and enlightment.

My mind is still spinning inside the positive vortex.

Here are a few goodies to reflect upon.

“Are you obsessed with what you  want …or, are you obsessed with the absence of it?”

“Make a list of the things you appreciate, of where you stand right now.”

And, probably the most important (and repeated!) concept throughout the day…

“The only questions you have to answer are:
WHAT do you want
And, WHY do you want it?”

It’s a great question, isn’t it?

I will write more tomorrow.
Until then… try this on for size.

WHAT do you want?
And, WHY do you want it? 

Personally, I want to keep feeling this way.
Ahhhhh …my cup runneth over.

Day 90: f*ing friday :: finally

30 Mar

TGIF.
F*ing Fridays are back!
And, they will continue to occur on Friday. I mentioned some of my favorite F words back on Day 5 in Year 1, including: Fearless, Fabulous, Fine, Fun, Faith, Freedom, Forgiveness, to name a Few.

Last week I dove into the word Fire It Up.

Today’s F*ing Friday is dedicated to the word:
Finally.

As in, it’s here.

I’m here. I am actually HERE!
Where, you might ask?

Orlando!

And, my excitement isn’t coming from the Minnie-Mickey-Disney-Epcot-It’s-A-Small-World sort of adventure.  (Not that anything is wrong with that sort of excursion.)

But, no… I am in Orlando, Florida to have a different adventure in life  — Abraham-Hicks.

And, I can’t wait.
I don’t even know what to expect, but expectant I am.

Tomorrow, I will see Esther in person (thanks to my favorite people!) and I can only imagine what I will learn from the law of attraction guru herself.

I’ll report back tomorrow.
Until then, I’m f*ing flipping with anticipation.

Because, the day is here.
Finally.

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