Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Moving on

It has never been easy – never has and never will. Personally, I hate goodbyes. I hate saying goodbye and I hate being said goodbye.

Being able to withstand the pain or the loss takes time, patience and a lot of courage. Getting up in the morning knowing that the person whom you got used to is not physically present is indeed heart breaking.

Indeed, life is a vicious cycle – people come and people go. Some tend to stay while others leave. Never has it been forever on both ends.

Letting go and moving on are but the deadliest combination a person could withstand. The task requires focus – something that we, humans, lack. Let me state that yes, we do focus and concentrate but only for a short span of time. Given the nuisances around us, we tend to devoid our minds from the important things and acknowledge the superficial details around us.

Everything happens for a reason. We may be blinded by superficial thoughts regarding the pain and the negativity we feel but at the end of the day when the lights are out and we only have ourselves, we ponder and reflect on the situation and   realize that indeed, everything happens for a reason.

Indeed, the best way to let go of negative emotions is to come face to face with it with our head held up high. There shall be no room for negativity in our lives. Life is short – why make it shorter? Learn to walk away from all the negativity that surrounds you. Enjoy life, one waking day after another.

To be able to move on and let go is the same as forgetting about your negative past experiences. Learn how to put back the pieces. Smile though your hest is aching. Love your own self more than you have ever did. Listen to the sound of life and cherish your today as much as your future. Never, for a moment, underestimate your capacity to be happy. Certainly, God must have spent a little more time on you as he wants you to see beyond the roadblock and appreciate what tomorrow might bring.

Thus, the only way is up – not down or sideways. Keep moving forward and see life beyond the past.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

The Six step Reframe Technique

From the recorded lectures and workshops of John Grinder and Richard Bandler comes this enticing book Frogs into Princes (1979). Transcribed and translated by John O. Stevens and thereafter published, the book focused on helping therapists develop their craft in relation to their clients. This book contains techniques, anecdotes and everything else that you need to know about Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Meet Brad Greentree

Anthony Robbins once said, if you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten’. Indeed, change is but the only constant thing in this world. It is but an inevitable factor to accept and embrace in one’s life. Without change, everything would remain the same – no movement, no development and no growth. We would all be stagnant.

Brad Greentree
Brad Greentree has been instrumental in helping individuals rediscover inner strength for over fifteen (15) years now. Accordingly, he has been practicing Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) with the likes of Dr. Tad James, MS, PhD and Dr. Adriana James, MS, PhD, for quite some time. Together they seek to reform, reprogram and aid thy self into letting go of the past, living the present and painting the future.  

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Personal Coaching

There is no such thing as failure, only delayed success.
-Bili S. Lim

Personal transition is one of the most basic but hardest route to take. Nobody wants to steer towards that direction as it connotes change. Change, for most of us, is a curse – never a blessing; always a curse.

The idea is that change is the only constant thing in this world. Without change, we would all be stuck in the same place for as long as we live. Stagnation, on the other hand, connotes a stoppage or a halt.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Life as we live it

Fixation. A simple yet complicated word that usually appertains to a powerful obsession or fascination of a particular thing, behavior or vice that leads to addiction. The likes of smoking, gambling, shopping, overeating and sex could emanate from a simple fixation and transform into an addiction.