“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” — Albert Einstein
I have made it my life’s work to explore mind set, eastern philosophies, addictions and the wacky world of quantum physics (what little I could grasp) I have many beliefs and ideas about life, love, money and such and I realize that at any given moment they could change.
I wrote two books about my perceptions (The Year of Living Miraculously and The Tao of Numbers) and I share those conclusions and what has worked for me in my workshops, classes and articles. I guess you could say I’m a teacher and at the same time I’m also a student.. I consider myself someone who has found a passion and who has put in over 10,000 hrs of deliberate experience (beyond what Malcolm Gladwell speaks of) and someone who loves to share their ideas.
I love to post inspirational posts and like to share both funny and even irreverent ones. I don’t walk on water and have no interest in trying to convince you that “my way is the right way.”
So here’s the thing: I don’t ever want to be a preacher or someone who claims to have absolute knowledge or truth, because I don’t …and I don’t believe anyone else does. I have my days when I believe I can ‘fly’ and days when I question what the hell this is all about.
I’m saying all this because I believe when we put someone on a pedestal we give away our power which is the exact opposite of what I believe, a good an honest teacher wants for anyone with whom they share their beliefs and ideas. A lot of knowledge and a little knowledge are both dangerous: If you think you know it all, there is no room for growth. If you know a little you may think you’re an authority and again there is no room for growth.
Einstein and Holy Curiosity
Einstein said it best: “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity.”
We all have something special to share with the world which makes us all special and at the same time, all the same. Listen, read and study what calls to your heart and soul and most importantly, discriminate and evaluate what makes sense to you.
Pay attention to how your body reacts to new information and those sharing that information. If it makes you a little uncomfortable emotionally or physically, well, maybe it’s time to break out of your cocoon… and then again…. maybe it’s just not for you.
Find your truth and honor YOURSELF. You don’t have to convince anyone to believe what you believe. If you do, or if it angers you when others disagree with you, then I would suggest you might want to re evaluate what you believe. Develop and strengthen your intuitive muscle and you will always be lead in the right direction … for you. And never, ever lose your hope …or your holy curiosity.
If you are interested in what brought me to many of the perceptions I have… and my belief that we can co create real miracles in our life… then take a brief read of my new book on Amazon. I think you’ll like it!
“The Year of Living Miraculously”