Transform and Thrive!

What do the words Transform and Thrive mean to you?

Do you feel empowered by these words?  Inspired?  Ready for change?  One of the most wonderful aspects of living now, in this time, is the awareness of infinite possibilities.  While some may argue that we do not have access to infinite possibilities, science is proving that our thoughts have a direct effect on outcomes.  If we believe that we do not have access to infinite possibilities, we are creating a reality with finite possibilities.

If you could just take one small step outside of your comfort zone today, what would it be?  If you could do one thing differently today, what would you choose?  In order to transform, one must be open to change.  In order to thrive as a result of these changes, one must be willing to believe that thriving is not only possible but inevitable.  Sometimes one change, as the result of one choice, can change things dramatically.  I live in Canada and as a small child, I remember when leaded gas was still used.  I remember the heaviness in the air, the residue on cars, the toxic smells.   Now,  after 30 some-odd years of unleaded gas, the air is fresh, crisp and sweet-smelling.  While shifting to unleaded gas did not resolve our dependence on fossil fuels, it did make a tremendous difference in the air that we breathe today.  One choice.  One change.  Tremendous change.

I implore you to think about the words “Transform and Thrive,” to consider what they mean to you.  Will you welcome this concept into your life and dare to make a different choice, to make a change?  At the very least, please make a choice to join us on our next Transform and Thrive tele-webcast with Donald John Simon!

With love,

Rachel Frey

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3 thoughts on “Transform and Thrive!

  1. Well, I don’t want to be the “Yoda” here (Always two there be, the Sith) but I was a city kid, and leaded gas wasn’t too bad compared to the heavy stench of the coke ovens on a bitterly cold winter morning, when breathing through a scarf wasn’t enough to filter it out – but the people had jobs, and now 1/3 of the houses in my hometown are empty and on the market, and coyotes prowl – in Cleveland! If I could change one thing I did today it would be to have control over my projects instead of being told how to do it by someone who does not know how to do it. But that person signs the check. Dealing with power – that is the issue. People with power make moral compromises to get it and use it. Do you want to make those compromises too? What are the consequences? What if you go along and get bossed? Is it any less damaging than confrontation? Can you “Just Say No To Fascism?” I have a Romanian friend that says, you can’t do that – you have to escape it. What’s your escape plan? What’s your escape velocity? Gravity is the bow, Time is the bowstring,and Intention is the Arrow of Destiny. What are you aiming at? That is the question.

  2. It looks like no one comes here due to the convenience of Facebook – but who really wants to give more juice to that? Corporately? The Wal-Mart of the internet? Anyway – after the recent events in Boston, let’s all remember this: God bless everyone – no exceptions. You bless the victims, you bless the perpetrators, and you bless the witnesses. The Universe runs on three-phase – you have to understand that there’s the outpouring, the means of transmission, and the return flow to the source. Even praying for my own peace of mind and calm seems selfish – no one deserved what happened today, but we must pour love on the force that caused this atrocity, because anything less will only feed energy to make more of it. Love, love, love. Namaste’ all.

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