Happiness is a way of life

November 13, 2007

Below is a video of a presentation given by a Buddhist monk. He describes how to use your brain and emotions to live a happy and fulfilled life. We really can train our mind to develop the habit of happiness.

I really enjoyed his description of chocolate cake.

You can also find the direct link here.

Fat Britney?

September 11, 2007

So there is a huge uproar about Britney Spears latest performance at the MTV Music Awards. For many reasons, including that she doesn’t meet the expected standard of an emaciated dancer. The message from the media and Hollywood is clear – if you are not a size 0, then you have weight problems.

Unfortunately this is the way the world is at the moment. And that makes it very hard for anyone that is trying to lose weight. You are constantly bombarded with messages telling you that you are fat, and being fat is wrong. These messages arrive directly with advertisements and indirectly with ‘news’ events like Britney’s performance.

One of the main aspects of The Butterfly Effect Life Transformation Program is teaching you how to be able to identify and nullify these messages. This helps you deal with these conflicting messages, keep your emotions under control and be able to be secure and safe in yourself.

Here is a first hand description of the power of how changing your thinking can change your life. Go read it!

Being able to do this is a very valuable skill. But there is much more to it than just changing the words. You have to make sure:

  • you feel the words in your body
  • you have no negative statements
  • you have a specific tonal quality to what you say
  • you connect the words to good feelings and events
  • you reinforce the words through changing habits and beliefs
  • and much much more…

And probably the most difficult for most people; how to replace the current automatic statements with the statements you want. All this and more is revealed in the Butterfly Life Transformation program. You can sign up here.