Friday, June 27, 2014

Happiness

People who are happy light up a room. Happiness is contagious and irresistible. We find happiness, share it and lose touch with it. We hear laughter and laugh, smile when someone calls with good news, and feel happy when we have done our best.

Today I discovered that writing about happiness made me feel happy. Writing about how happiness happens and how to stay in sync with it, I picked up the vibe. Because music is sensual refreshment that keeps us happy, I posted a child's music video on the site. Inexplicably, I was humming the music and generally giddy while walking to yoga this afternoon. When we're open to it, the energy of happiness is a tenacious thread thru, no matter what we're doing. How delightful!

Happiness isn't complicated. Sharing a smile, a song or eye contact keeps energy of happiness bouncing around us. As my friend Anna says, "Happiness is easy to catch."

As sensual beings, it's natural for us to connect with and turn towards happiness. It's good to know why we're happy. When happiness happens, we are at peace with ourselves. Basically, happiness feels good. Music is sensual syncing everyone uses to connect with happiness. Listen to Bobby McFerrin singing, "Don't worry, be happy." and Be Happy. :)

 
"Hold on to what's important. Let your worries go. No matter how you look at it, some things just don't make sense. The way you choose to carry on is what matters." ~ Author Unknown


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Monday, June 16, 2014

Bravery and Change

Change in our lives is not an option; Harmony is. 

We experience change every day. Thinking sensually syncs keeps you in sync with change. If you ignore gut feelings, or what's in front of your eyes, you block your own momentum. When you find yourself fighting change, it's time to upgrade your thinking.

What feels right is never harsh or glaring. This is a call for bravery and a global unity to find harmony. It is a call to talk less and sense moreBravery is an attitude that connects with needs that unite us. Iconic values are our connection with timeless wisdom. Thinking sensually hooks us comfortably into momentum we call change. 

Your senses are how you notice the difference between day and night - and between right and wrong. Thinking sensually is resets the moral compass. Thinking with your senses and feeling with your mind, is using your 6th sense. Understanding attitude takes no words, it's intuitive. Intuitive thinking is not passive, you feel it.

Life is a spinning golden compass. Every day we face what feels joyous or important and need to stay aware of the big picture to maintain harmony. Bravery is our connection of inner desire for harmony. It is an intuitive urge to connect with what feels right, to keep you on a smooth path of wisdom and unity.  

Foresight is intuitive self-defense. It's part of bravery. It is making choices based on feeling what is right by being present and looking ahead at the consequences of what you're about to do. This keeps you in sync with change by staying clear about the direction and potential results of your actions. Bravery isn't something you seek; it's something you are. Use foresight to keep your connection with the big picture clear and steady your momentum to do what feels right.

When stress or frustration build in our lives, we intuitively seek harmony within, with each other and with our planet. Each of us is part of what matters. Hooking into the energy of change is creating a new era of bravery.

It's easy to recognize an intuitive nudge to seek harmony. Be brave and smart. Use iconic attitudes like courage and dignity to have a solid foundation for enduring healthy change in your life. When you sense what is not right, you feel an urge to change, you feel the momentum to be brave. The way to create change is by being it.

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"May you have the hindsight to know where you've been, the foresight to know where you're going, and the insight to know when you have gone too far." Irish saying 



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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Communication and Passion


Communication + Passion = Connection 

Sweet dreams are made of this. Genuine connection is the stuff of satisfaction. If you want to make a point, if you want to connect with passion – tell the truth. 

Communicating, like love and kindness, comes from an inner need. Whether we’re trying to sell a concept, get directions or let our feelings be known, our success is always the result of sensual syncing -- the recognition of a common truth. Truth is passion we share.

Great communicators, like Dr. Martin Luther King, stir us because the truth is timeless. We can feel he was true to his heart. We are born to respond with a natural faith in what feels right. That faith is the energy of powerful communication.

Communicating with passion happens when we’re clear about who we are and what we value. Sensual thinking with intuitive global values constantly fuels momentum we need to find what feels right. When we connect with the truth, our energy changes. People sense it and listen closer.

Intuitive values like courage, self-discipline, patience and determination are universal truths that answer to no dogma. In every situation we can trust these for genuine connection.

Everybody is looking for something. It’s automatic to bond with what’s true. We feel nourished by it. When sensually in sync, we feel enthusiasm that touches our whole beings, and we peak. Sensual syncing is the 21st century way to communicate. It’s priceless.


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Monday, June 2, 2014

Be physical.

Because we're physical, sensual thinking is a powerful, physical way to think, communicate and collaborate. We feel attitude with our mind. 

Everything you sense is physical. You recognize touch, taste, smell, sight or sound. Intuition is your 6th sense. You can feel it and need to respond to it to think with your senses.   

You will have more fun by being more sensual.

Sensual thinking is recognizing attitude is part of the conversation. It’s intuitive to recognize and communicate with attitude. For example, someone's been looking at you with a certain attitude of curiosity. You respond with a gentle smile and a frank expression of dignity. We can’t describe dignity, but there is a physical attitude of dignity that's easy to sense. It’s intuitive to use attitude to recognize and communicate. Dignity sets the stage for high potential connections. 

Relating to others always through what we think, can become confusing and tedious. Unless we're doing something mechanical, there's more going on than what meets the eye. Tuning-in to attitude by feeling with your mind saves time while making connections. It's satisfying.
  
Attitude is a physical connection. Intuitive attitudes are global, contagious and powerful. For example, courage. In a crowd, as soon as one person stands up for what is right, everyone is inspired.

In every relationship, there is the unexpected or the ‘impossible'. Talk less and sense more to have a neutral communication zone. Communicate with dignity and patience to build a solid foundation for moving ahead. Be a sensual thinker to keep the big picture in focus. Being in rhythm with the rolling realities of life is cool.

Sensual thinking is not emotional thinking. Instead it is using intuitive attitudes you feel with your mind as filters to trust what feels 'right'. For best quality of life, there is no option to ignore what you know is true.

In the 60's, hippies called attitude, vibrations. Enjoying music is a common way we relate to vibrations we can’t see or touch. Intuitive attitudes like courage, dignity and curiosity are physical ways to sync with good vibrations.

Like seeing and hearing, your intution is automatic. Good communication is physical. It pays to use intuitive attitudes. Feel with your mind to understand where you’re going. Be physical and sense more to notice walls, see alternate routes, to get what you want and to relax.

The next time you feel stress or frustration, why not turn the tables on what’s happening by choosing an attitude of patience or curiosity? Take control of communication and collaborate, by being physical. You'll be glad you did.




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