Living In Faith ~ Invisible Energy

Something To Think About By Mitch Santell

I found this on the internet and wanted to share it with you my kind readers and followers:

Invisible Energy

“Just because you cant see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.

There is invisible energy you cant see such as the wind.

You can only see the effect of the wind, but you cant see the wind.

The wind is a invisible energy.

There’s a invisible energy that you use when you use a remote control to control your tv. Or think about how your phone works, how is it that you can talk to someone thousands off miles away, because there is invisible energy that you could only see the effects of this invisible force and so it is with consciousness a invisible energy that exists.”

The Power Of Gratitude

Life Is Amazing by Mitch Santell

Living in gratitude may be the single best way to keep your life grounded. Happiness is a decision that you make in your life. No one can give this to you. Ever meet a person who is simply miserable? There may be a way to help by being kind to them, or you may be stuck with the blow back of their own misery.

For me this Thanksgiving? I am Thankful, Grateful and Blessed.
My heart and prayers go out to those who are alone this Thanksgiving Holiday. 
Gratitude and Love

5 Things To Quit

Hat Tip To Ricky Ray

5 things to QUIT….

1. Trying to please everyone.

2. Fearing change.

3. Living in the past.

4. Putting yourself down.

5. Overthinking.

 

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Ladies, How To Look Rich When Your Not

Perception Is Reality By Mitch Santell

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Natalie Wood in the middle, Jane Fonda on the right. Who is on the left?

HERE’S HOW TO LOOK RICH WHEN YOU’RE NOT

1: CARRY A STRUCTURED HANDBAG
Nothing says success like a good handbag. It doesn’t matter how corporate or casual you are, an expensive-looking bag will always pull your look together. And nothing looks more expensive than a classic structured handbag. For many women, a handbag is more accessory than necessity. But if there is one investment every woman should make, it should be a good handbag. It doesn’t have to be a big-name brand or luxury label, it just has to be structured, made of leather and be plain … very, very plain. Simple but elegant.

2: WEAR HEELS (when necessary)
My grandmother always used to say that “we spend a third of our lives in bed and two-thirds on our feet, so it is essential to wear good shoes”. Shoes can make or break an outfit. Stilettos or high heels are a necessary evil, but they elongate the leg and will make any outfit look rich and expensive, even jeans. High heels also force you to throw your shoulders back and walk tall and more elegantly. But heel and toe shapes date more quickly than anything else, so if you must buy one item every season, make it a pair of on-trend shoes. And where possible wear all-leather shoes. Tip: Make sure your shoes are also unscuffed, reheeled and polished.

3: WEAR A NAVY JACKET WITH GOLD — OR SILVER — BUTTONS
Navy is the colour of old money, private schools and the upper classes. It spells sophistication and elegance, particularly when worn with jeans or neutrals such as nude or white. But don’t just stop at the jacket. Navy is the epitome of European chic.

4: DRAPE A JACKET, CARDIGAN OR COAT OVER YOUR SHOULDERS
OK, so this is not about what to wear but how to wear it. It’s an old trend that is back in vogue and won’t cost a thing! In warmer weather or if indoors, drape a cardigan instead. It looks sophisticated and oh-so grown up. Tip: Up the style factor and carry a clutch bag.

5: BELT AN OVERSIZED TRENCH OR COAT
An oversized trench, cashmere coat or even a fur coat, especially when belted with no other clothing visible, gives the illusion that you are wearing nothing but designer underwear, expensive jewellery and an exotic perfume. Confident and sexy!

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Elizabeth Taylor, a true classic.

Life Outside Your Comfort Zone…

The ability to take risk is in all of us. I am willing to take risk all the time just because I experience a world that has substantially changed.

The fundamental pillars of society are falling away and leading to a new culture that so many cannot put their finger on.

There has never been a better time to spread your wings and try something new. May this blog posting inspire you as much as it did me!

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In my previous two post on comfort zone we discussed on disadvantages of comfort zone and how can we come out of comfort zone… Have a look at those post if you have not yet read…

Comfort Zone is a danger zone…

How to come out of comfort zone…

So now let’s analyze the advantages of coming out of the comfort zone:

More adaptive to change: Once you leave your comfort zone, you will become more adaptive to change and moreover you will yourself start bringing the change.

More Creative: Since now you are no more in comfort zone, your thinking pattern will change as now there won’t be any boundaries or limitation in your thinking. You will become more creative in thinking and approaching towards things in your life.

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Netflix, Look Away In 5 Seconds

This just in by Mitch Santell

Many years ago a dear friend of mine in the movie business told me that Ben Stiller paid extra money not to have anyone look at him while on a movie set. While I thought this was a bit extreme, I think Netflix has set a whole new standard.

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The new sexual harassment policy started by Netflix is a bit overboard. It all boils down to this when you are in production you have 5 seconds to look away; otherwise, a charge of “sexual harassment” can be filed against you by management.

Check out more here: http://bit.ly/2wOz3GC


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Life Used To Be So Much Easier Back in the Day!

As part of an effort to further the goals of the #MeToo movement and enforce more stringent sexual harassment guidelines in the workplace, Netflix has independently implemented a series of feminism-inspired rules for some of their employees who work on shows like “Black Mirror” in the United Kingdom.

Among the most bizarre of these new rules is Netflix’s directive to film crew members that they should never “look at anyone for longer than five seconds.” This appears to be an attempt to stop all flirting in the workplace, and to be fair, it is quite hard to imagine how sexual harassment could take place at Netflix in the absence of normal social interactions where people look at each other while having conversations that last longer than five seconds.

Even more here: http://bit.ly/2M8lLcS

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Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life

Commenting on Brain Power by Mitch Santell

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Each day when you wake up, you get to make a decision. What is that decision? Today will be fantastic, or maybe I should have stayed in bed. (That is the decision). Your brain has millions and millions of neurons that are firing at all times. You can tell your mind whatever you wish, but it is still up to you.

One of the ways that I keep my brain calibrated positively is to avoid complainers as much as possible. Sometimes the best way to solve a problem is to complain about it, but I am talking of the deeper connection we have with our soul.

You cannot control what others say or do or even think, but you can control how you feel.

Here is something that you may find of interest in your quest for a most positive future. How is that possible? By changing your thoughts now.


Negative people are almost always complainers, without fail. Worse, complainers are not satisfied in keeping their thoughts and feelings to themselves; instead, they’ll seek out some unwilling participant and vent. 

Undoubtedly annoying to their friends and family, these “Debbie Downers” aren’t to be chastised but understood. 

You see, we all complain from time-to-time. In fact, researchers from Clemson University empirically demonstrated that everyone grumbles on occasion. Some just do so much more often than others. 

Complainers generally fall into one of three groups:

Attention-seeking Complainers: People who seek attention through complaining; always dwelling on about how they’ve got it worse than everyone else. Ironically, (rational) people are apt to ignore outright the person rather than waste mental energy focusing on their negativity. 

Chronic Complainers: These folks live in a constant state of complaint. If they’re not voicing about their “woe is me” attitude, they’re probably thinking about it. 

Psychologists term this compulsory behavior rumination, defined as “repetitively going over a thought or a problem without completion.” Rumination is, unfortunately, directly relayed to the depressed and anxious brain. 

Low-E.Q. Complainers: ‘E.Q.’ is short for emotional quotient, and constituents within this group are short on E.Q. What I.Q. is to intelligence, E.Q. is to emotional understanding. 

These people aren’t interested in your perspective, thoughts, or feelings. You’re a sounding board – a brick wall. As such, they’ll dwell and vent at every opportunity. 

Is the Brain to Blame?

The answer is (mostly) “Yes.” 

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Thought Of The Day

Guest Posting by Ricky Ray

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People have ALL been born into a Maze of deception with countless alternative corridors, rooms, dead ends to walk into, trapped like Theseus in the “Labyrinth” of Minos; to face the Minotaur or his own Shadow Self confused, stifled, paranoid, fears kept private but NO escape.

And in this time, we are still engendering new Myths and Cultural Icons. Our Hercules, however, is a TV Wrestling Star on steroids. Our Aphrodite is a fake Reality TV Star. We have a “Mad Max” Apocalypse Culture emerging, glorifying images of savagery and death this 2018 CE.

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Will it continue to be as ever in history that violent Myths and Religions will re-emerge and that the “Gods” of the Vanquished will become as always the Devils of the Victors?

This repeating History is too time worn and too dangerous for this Earth to bear in these times. Maybe we should ALL grow up at last, NOW. This IS the REAL “Childhood’s End” for Planet Earth. We as a Race-Collective, are at the brink of a new Renaissance, or the worst Dark Age in recorded History. We NOW have the technology to make the Earth a Garden of Delight or a burnt Charnel Field. This IS a Decision that must be decided upon Globally by the PEOPLE and NOT left in the corrupt murdering hands of the Religious/Political Ruling Hegemony as in Times past.

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No Expectations Leads To A Happy Life

Commentary by Mitch Santell

There have been so many times in my life where I am at some venue or gathering, and there will be people there who were “disappointed with this” and “disappointed about that.”

These are people who are never happy. How to cope with them?

First, ignore them.

Second, if they keep bugging you, next, you have to deflect them.

Third, if you discover they won’t stop and are toxic, all you can do is to make them think you’re crazy.

You may not like my approach so here is something else I found:

  • Toxic people try to control you. Strange as it might sound, people who aren’t in control of their own lives tend to want to control yours. The toxic look for ways to control others, either through overt methods or subtle manipulation.
  • Toxic people disregard your boundaries. If you’re always telling someone to stop behaving a certain way and they only continue, that person is probably toxic. Respecting the boundaries of others comes naturally to well adjusted adults. The toxic person thrives on violating them.
  • Toxic people take without giving. Give and take is the lifeblood of true friendship. Sometimes you need a hand, and sometimes your friend does, but in the end it more or less evens out. Not with the toxic person — they’re often there to take what they can get from you, as long as you’re willing to give it.
  • Toxic people are always “right.” They’re going to find ways to be right even when they’re not. They rarely (if ever) admit when they’ve messed up, miscalculated or misspoken.
  • Toxic people aren’t honest. I’m not talking about natural exaggerations, face-saving or white lies here. I’m talking about blatant and repeated patterns of dishonesty.
  • Toxic people love to be victims. The toxic revel in being a victim of the world. They seek to find ways to feel oppressed, put down and marginalized in ways they clearly are not. This might take the form of excuses, rationalizations, or out-and-out blaming.
  • Toxic people don’t take responsibility. Part of the victim mentality comes from a desire to avoid responsibility. When the world is perpetually against them, their choices and actions can’t possibly be responsible for the quality of their life — it’s “just the way things are.”

Do any of these sound familiar? They might help diagnose toxicity in the people around you, even if the toxic pattern isn’t always or immediately obvious. In fact, toxicity can easily go unnoticed for years until you stop to consider your own experience of a difficult person. Though our thresholds for toxicity are relative, that’s often because we fail to recognize the symptoms.

So how do you go about removing toxic people from your life?

Read the rest here: https://theartofcharm.com/empowerment/cut-toxic-people-life/

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