Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Behavioral Barometer™

The Behavioral Barometer™
Developed by Gordon Stokes and Daniel Whiteside, the Behavioural Barometer is one of the most basic and fundamental tools of Three In One Concepts. It is a schematic (representation or chart) that clarifies the feelings, emotions and behaviors around any issue.
These feelings, emotions and behaviours are unique to you and give you a deeper understanding of what you do, why you do it and what you believe to be true on a given issue. Beyond representing feelings, emotions and behaviours, the Barometer embodies the vibrations around your issue on a conscious, subconscious and body level. It is a road map of the truth we perceived as children, how we dealt with it as adolescents and what we are dealing with now as adults.
As a cognitive tool, the Barometer helps us make connections to understand what is preventing us from going for what we want. It teaches us how our emotions are helpful in attaining what we want and how we might choose behaviours that are more effective in reaching our goals. It allows us to consider possible options for new courses of action and behaviour.
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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

I can do that! (Warren Stagg)

"Isn't it interesting that we spend so much time looking at life as a difficult struggle instead of a creative challenge. 
Every time we figure out how to handle the task before us we get wiser and stronger. It was a blessing in disguise we benefited from the experience. 
When we choose to change 'Why me?' to 'I can do that!' we invite solutions, we increase our power with a Yes and decrease it with an Oh NO! We are never given a challenge we can't find a solution for problems have built in solutions we just have to have a positive approach and know that the 'I AM' is capable of anything it believes it can do."

Warren Stagg

Thursday, June 6, 2013

The Law of Allowing

Allow others to be who they are, to do what they do and to have what they have. Do not judge them and do not have emotional attachments and expectations of them. They are what, who and how they are. If that is different to who, what and how you are, so be it. Accept, honour, respect, allow and support who YOU are. Accept, honour, respect, allow and support who they are.

Honour their right to live their life as they choose, to worship their perception of God as they want to, or not to worship if that be their choice. They are neither right nor wrong. They simply "are" what they are. Given where they are standing right now, their conditioning, their beliefs, their circumstances, their present needs and desires, their choice to be "just are" can be understood if you allow yourself to stand in their shoes. Do not judge, simply allow YOU to be YOU and allow them to be the Beings that they "just are". Release them in love and allow them to be.

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