What Do You Believe?
I’m Tim O’Connor
Join me in the discussion on how we can change beliefs that no longer serve us while anchoring in empowering beliefs that heal and serve us all.
We align with unifying principles from an inside/out frame of reference, anchor in harmony, justice, peace, and love, and act based on redefined values that serve all of us regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, country of origin, and religion.
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Align – Anchor – Act
The practice of alignment centers your frame of reference from outside/in to inside/out where your self-worth is empowered without the acknowledgement or approval of others. It is a process where you learn to listen from within and consciously align your thoughts with unifying principles, like wisdom, clarity, harmony, unity, peace, creativity, wholeness, & love.
The conscious practice of recognizing your highest intentions, not based on expectations or comparison with others. You consciously choose empowering thoughts by anchoring in principle. You challenge learned values that no longer serve you or your community and create empowering values that serve everyone. It is a process that tunes your body, mind, and emotional state into a balanced rhythm of thinking in the present moment, where the past does not determine your worth and the future never arrives. You are motivated by principle, not wealth, power, or pleasure.
Acting on principle focuses your choices in the direction of your highest intentions as well as the good of others. It directs your attention on principle as opposed to the values of others. It is a process that keeps your actions grounded in unifying principles, like wisdom, clarity, harmony, unity, peace, and love. It is this action through which you leave a legacy. In this space you are not censored by others as these principles are self-evident. All recognize them in your action.
Discover the Power Within
What centers and empowers you?
What roles to unifying principles and values play in your actions?
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