Sunday, October 13, 2013

What is Faith?

Faith is trusting the purpose of the moment. It's doing the right thing, for the right reason, the right way.  It is not being able to see the future, but it is being clear about what you're doing to create it. This means, if you're screwing something, pay attention and make sure you turn the screwdriver in the right direction. 

It's time to think differently. Learning isn't just for children. The tuition we pay for the school of life is aging. Attendance isn't optional and the sequence is spontaneous.  That's why humor is so important!  :)  Cheers!

Sensual thinking makes sense of life today. It's the result of scientific evolution we call the computer age. Because sensual thinking is really trusting being exactly who you are, it's easy. You feel good, in your groove. It's the confidence in the option to pick yourself up when you've hit a wall.

We are launching this 21st century thinking internationally in a profound, playful and powerful way, through multimedia happenings.  Clear examples of the success of Sensual Thinking are all around us: Health, Turning plastic back into oil, Graphene. 

Sensual thinking is trusting what you sense and responding to what makes you feel curious. It's weighing options, but not putting limits on your possibilities. Instead of being guided by fear, you're led by goals. There's clarity to protect your choices. Guidelines for sensual thinking are intuitive values that everybody feels inside: self-respect, grace, patience, tenacity. These - all rolled together - are a private beacon of potential and possibility. Maybe, that's what faith is, too.

This is a time of change. It takes courage to change. Sensual thinking is the 'get out of your own way card'. The past is over. Move forward toward what feels right, guided by universal values, and you will feel the magic.

You were born with this kind of natural faith in what feels right. Tune-in to your natural curiosity. There are no limits to creating the future every moment.

Stand By Me/ Playing Around the World


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