Monday, 25 November 2013

Feeling fruity?

Keeping Abreast
The fence
Flowering Beautifully,
With Purple
Well Hung
Its Own Delights.

(that's me!)

The Fruit of The Bloom!

Friday, 8 November 2013

You Want To Be Happy?

     It's true that the pursuit of happiness, by default, embraces its opposite polarity - unhappiness - it can be no other way. However, at the point of equilibrium between all opposites sits the pure clarity of simply being.

Being can sound kind of uninteresting to some because it doesn't sound all that exciting, and in fact it isn't exciting at all; neither is it depressing. Being, being in equilibrium, also has no expectations - therefore it isn't disappointed. It doesn't like this and hate that - being simply is.

Being is what is. And the wonderful part about being is that it contains within it what some have called bliss, or joy, or love . . .
Being is whole and complete - it is reality - the reality of wo/man before the conditioning sets in - and when all opposites are in equilibrium one can drop down into being and simply be what is, love what is and live joyously as what is . . .

. . . but don't get me wrong, one can also call a spade a feckin spade and not a shovel!

Thursday, 7 November 2013

Oh to be free . . .

Let’s talk about Freedom.

There are two things you would like to have more of in your life, which I pretty much guarantee, and I don’t even know you, you really, REALLY want - but you don’t have - right now.

What are they?

They are, and forgive me for being presumptuous here, but please bare with me because this message carries some weight; the two things you’d like more of are time freedom - the freedom to be able to do all those things you’d like to do, and more money - enough money so you can afford to do all the things you’d enjoy doing if you had more time.

That’s right, I’m talking about living a life of money and time freedom, you need both, they work in tandem. They’re pretty much a team. If you only have one without the other then your life isn’t your own, there is NO freedom in having lots of money if you have to work 50+ hours a week only to have a few weeks holiday a year to truly enjoy that money - am I wrong? Okay, I admit that the money may be good - but eventually working for the boss whilst running your life into the ground isn’t in any sense freeing - is it?

What happens when a person retires? Do they, generally speaking, have an abundance of funds with which to enjoy the remainder of their days here on earth? They certainly have freedom of time, but can they drop everything and do what they like, buy what they like - are they free financially?


Okay, I admit that in this article I am generalising, and that all generalisations are false, including this one, but the point is not being missed here is it now? The average retiree has worked all his or her life only to retire on a fraction of the money - correct?

Think about it, at which stage of your life will you have both - in tandem - money and time freedom?

Notice the questions I’m asking you within this post? You have to answer them for yourself, they’re important questions, which you need to know the answers to so that you get a much clearer vision of how your life can be if you decide to flick the mental switch that’ll bring about change in your life.

You know that it’s been said in the past that the only constant is change (except from vending machines), and I don’t doubt that, change is truly constant. Every moment is fresh and new. Right now, you, having read this blog post will be looking at life slightly differently, especially if you’ve taken the questions I’m asking seriously . . . have you? If you have you’ll answer this one last question:

When are you going to start living a life of both Money and Time Freedom?

Maybe now would be a good time to take a little action?
It would be great to work with you,