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Kids dream of a peaceful life where people are happy and healthy. Children cant wait to grow up to be free to do whatever they want. Kids play in a world of unlimited opportunity where anything is possible. Childrens natural passion is to live to the Max! Are you still squirming with excitement to get up in the morning? Do you have the zest in your relationships, career and spiritual life you dreamed of having when you were a kid? If your answer is "Not yet," why havent you been able to create the abundance you want? WE ARE EACH BEINGS OF LIGHT Within that light are all the colors of the rainbowall the aspects of God and humanityall the power of our natural spiritual abilities. Why do some of us open to the full spectrum of our magnificence and power? BLACK AND WHITEWhy do most of us continue to see only black and white? My Dad was colorblind his whole life. He was a "good" manfaithful husband, dutiful father, respectful son, hard worker, trusted employee, solid citizen, on the school board, town council, church eldersheck, he was even the Mayor of the citybut he only saw the world as various shades of gray. He often asked me as a child what color different flowers were. Id describe to him the planet I perceived as best I could. As a child, I often wondered why he chose not to see all the colors of the rainbow of life. TOO MANY CHOICES? Funny, I always saw his colorblindness as a choice, a decision. I could feel my fathers fear of being bombarded with too many colors to look attoo many attractive choices, too many exciting paths to follow in life. I could feel his relief, his comfortableness, in not seeing too many attractive possibilitiesand in doing so, not having to choose between too many intense passions and divergent options. I cry for my father and all the other men, and women, who choose to limit their exposure to disappointment and frustration in life by limiting their visionwho decide to be safe, rather than sorry, within their gray skies and gray walls. I CRY OUT OF LOVEAND UNDERSTANDING I know why they look away from the alluring bright lights, the captivation of the dazzling dawn, and the frighteningly brilliant hues of a fiery sunset. They are scared of bring snared, captured, by the wonders of the world if they acknowledge the infinite magic of each moment, the aliveness of unchecked spontaneity, the wild electricity of every life encounter. They feel risk where others see adventure. They feel threat where others see opportunity. They feel danger where others see liberation. ADVENTURE OR RISK? Why are some people excited by lifes banquet and others terrified? Our openness to lifes bounty is determined by the decisions we make along our journeydecisions about what we can "safely" handle, what we can "pragmatically" create, what we "realistically" deserve. Our freedom to grow and be happy comes from discovering and re-making those choices, mindsets and self-imagesabout who we are and what life is really about. WHAT DO YOU THINK LIFE IS REALLY ABOUT? What do you think is the purpose of life? And do your actions flow from that perspective? Do your life choices flow from what you think is the meaning of your life? Or does your behavior in life actually reflect a different set of beliefs? WHAT DO YOUR ACTIONS SAY? One of my teachers observes, "You can tell what a person really believes by watching how the person acts, not by listening to what they say." A persons behaviorpersonal everyday choicesreveals most accurately what they really believe is central and important in life. We often sincerely think we believe one way, yet we act in another. For example, many people think they believe that life is about sharing their blessings of time, talents and money with others. However, if you closely watch how they allot their time and resources, you see a very different motivating force driving their choicesmost of their energy goes into building private reserves of money and "things." Many folks genuinely think they believe "we are all one," yet their actions scream separateness and competition. A lot of people say "the universe will provide," yet they worry all the time about money and they take jobs they hate. Many "believe" they have a "soul mate," yet they settle for a "comfort mate" just to keep the horror of loneliness at bay. People believe in abundance, yet dont have what they want. Many people believe they are "eternal souls," yet their fear and insecurity shout "Im not safe." CLOSING THE GAP Why is there a discrepancy between how we "think" life is and how we actually experience it? Why the gap between what we say we believe and how we act? Because our "unconscious" beliefs are running the show! The same observant teacher comments, "What we create in life is the sum total of our conscious and unconscious beliefs." How can you tell what beliefs are lurking under your surface, keeping you from true happiness? Its obvioussimply look at what realities youre currently creating in your life. Anywhere youre strugglingfinancially, emotionally, physicallyyou have subterranean beliefs undermining your stated goals. The way to create the prosperity, love and health you want in life is to transform your unconscious sabotage. Then your actions will align with your natural state of abundance and supportand the goodness will flow naturally in your life.