When this becomes that


All miracles, start in your imagination.

One reason some folks refuse to believe in miracles, that is, events some expert or another says are impossible, is only because they look at things the way they have always looked at things –the way they were trained to look at them– or as some say today, aptly, the way they were programmed to look at them.

Today, this very day, you can begin to believe that anything is possible and once you believe that, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING will be impossible for you. I’d love to have some dialogue about the immediately foregoing remark with anyone just dying to take issue with it.

I saw something recently that exceeds what is recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records, what I saw, therefore, must be impossible, correct? WRONG! It simply hasn’t been recorded – YET.

We needn’t gather up every existing copy of Guinness for burning purposes, because people will eventually see that it doesn’t matter anyway.

This perhaps should remind us of the quote, “Even if someone were raised from the dead they still wouldn’t believe.”

Can health be conjured up?

I’m currently under contract to write a series of 25 articles that will be the basis for repackaging what to me is an extremely valuable method of healthcare. It is an online audio course in which an expert, a highly qualified physician, makes a statement of fact that simply isn’t true, in ALL cases.

The statement is absolutely true, however, for those who are stuck looking at things in one particular way.

In the article which introduces that particular segment, I’m not going to refute what this expert says, because literally less than one person out of every 100,000 people, who are very knowledgeable, sophisticated and, who will be taking the course (some for the purpose of working toward earning a degree, no less) already believe the statement to be true and won’t change their views, no matter what is written.

“Even if someone were raised from the dead they wouldn’t believe” (remember) …and I don’t want to take away from the power and value of the course, even though I want to SCREAM!

So why am I writing this little piece? I just want to be on record so anyone who wants to have a little dialogue about it, may be brought to the possibility of believing what they currently refuse to believe, conversely, because they’ve always believed something else.




PS: If you haven’t had enough of my wild ideas, try this on for size;



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A Three Letter Word to

 …Absolute Transformation

Transform into who you really are…

The word is yes. There you have it, quick and easy and the opposite to the word that was the key component to the phrase that was the original impetus for the war on drugs, you remember, “just say no” – that phrase proved effective only for those who didn’t have a problem in the first place.

How can “yes” be transformative, it cannot UNLESS you say yes to the power that can transform. Here’s the challenge – it is a proven fact that we humans HATE change and the word transformation means exactly that.

Just about all of us defend, in thousands of ways and mostly unconsciously, the way we are. Transformation, therefore, is not something in which we are even remotely interested. Those of us who are addicted to constant changes that we consider are making improvements in our lives are a case in point; think about it.

A key bit of introspection as to my own resistance to transformation is another word, responsibility. If I am transformed into something that will make me a better person according to my own values, it means I must take responsibility for helping others, because now I’m able – I didn’t even realize that was a value in which I believe, it’s no wonder I resist being transformed, even or perhaps especially since another belief is that real transformation would come about without any real effort, if I would merely stop resisting it so mightily.

You are as old as you do.

Over the holidays, I kept hearing the word “elderly” and wondered what/why the word kept intruding into my consciousness. Since I like to say, “I’m going on ninety,” as a defense mechanism against birthdays being troublesome; being in my eighties qualifies me as being among those with the label “elderly.”

My thirtieth birthday was a terrible shock to me and I began saying to myself and others that, “I was going on” and projecting my age out five years, so that I would never again worry about waking up to the shock that came over me when I realized I could no longer say, or think, “I’m only such and such,” as an excuse for not having attained whatever greatness I had dreamed of becoming by the time whatever age smacked me in the face.

I finally asked about “elderly” and why the word was bouncing around from cell to cell in my mind and realized I needed to be active in helping the elderly who want to transform their focus from heading toward senility, dementia and encroaching physical weakness into living and operating in the awesome POWER of I AM that, I AM within and beyond all understanding, yet is available to anyone who will say yes and stop allowing age to be an excuse for powerlessness.

What are you Chosen for?

If you have ever wondered about the meaning in the ancient text, “Many are called, but few are chosen” and how it is possible to be transformed into being one of the “chosen” few, I have a secret which I’ll share with you.

Visit: http://www.youwithoutlimits.life/?page_id=287 if you know an elderly person that may be ready to explore being transformed into living in power rather than being a victim of old age, direct them my way – I can help.

If you like the idea of helping the elderly in such a manner, perhaps it’s time to answer the call and be one of the “chosen” few, empowered to help, join me.

If you feel called to help younger people, you can be transformed into being one of the “chosen” few to answer that call. Let me know, I can help.

In Freedom,


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A Pipeline of Abundance

(And two things which stop the FLOW)

Keep the flow going…stay open.

Surely you’ve heard the old saw, “confession is good for the soul,” so let’s start with mine. The two things that are known to create poor mental and physical health are stress and tension. My hand is raised, guilty as charged, your honor.

Imagine a water hose with a kink, the flow of water stops (period). “All that water and not a drop to drink just because of the kink,” so it’s a corny rhyme, but it gives a perfect picture of you when you are tense or stressed over anything, BECAUSE IT STOPS THE FLOW! I confess to often putting a kink in my own hose and shutting off the flow, that’s why I AM an expert!

Tranquilizers and alcohol provide temporary relief (been there, done that) but both are lousy long term solutions.

Wonderful techniques that help us relax, including, but not limited to deep breathing, meditation and prayer, (being an advocate, teacher and even a creator of variations of these techniques, I confess I’ve also been there and done that), but will not permanently deal with the problem of tension and stress if we don’t get rid of the cause …CONFLICT.

Is this just a tired old ritual or a requirement for peace?

Let me be very clear, confession, just as an example of one excellent method of relief, is a great first step, but if it doesn’t lead to stopping whatever I’m confessing to, the stress and tension will just come back to bite me and I’ve never known anyone, YOU, that the same thing doesn’t apply.

The only permanent fix to conflict is to get rid of the cause. Before you can do that you have to dig down deeply enough to find it. Alcohol and drug addiction are relatively easy to fix once the conflict is erased. Tension and stress are fixed automatically once the conflict is resolved.

We’re talking here about inner conflict resolution. Once we get in touch with our own inner conflicts, we are free to help others, if your purpose in life is to be an aid to helping others, perhaps this message is for you . . .












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