Turn on Your Third Eye

The two eyes in the front of your face can show you what’s here in three dimensions; the clock in your mind can express the additional dimension of time . . . the eye of your spirit (the third eye) explains what you face beyond this three dimensional space, and the truth behind the stories in the time of your mind. The third-eye is one of the three fully formed centers of intuition; the key is not in having this capacity — everyone does — the key is in turning it on; knowing how to use it, and using it effectively. This provides you with a clear sense of compassion; the ability to know, feel and measure the true nature of your every thought, word and action.

Atlantis, it is said, was devoured when their advancements in technology exceeded their levels of humane, intuitive, compassionate consciousness. When technology loses its compassionate purpose, it becomes solely the instrument of power, control and, at worse, potential destruction. We face these same dilemmas today, and have ever since harnessing the destructive power of the atom.

It’s the primary responsibility for those of you on the path of conscious-mastery to become a gyroscopic balance to humanity’s current path; to maintain compassion in doing it; to remain on course in the midst of it; to act as an inspirational guide for the way people, cultures, religions and nations are dysfunctioning, misinterpreting and rudely interacting.

You must actually accomplish this faster than the speed of light through ‘non-local’ conscious focus . . . the deepest states of meditation and prayer. There have been monks and sages of every tradition, throughout every century, on every continent that have had this intuitive skill and responsibility . . . now it’s your turn.

Our prayer is for these ancient traditions of compassion to be cleanly mapped into your intuitive psyche; become a champion for humanity achieving peace on Earth; don’t be shy — know that you are one of the ones to accomplish this; allow peace to spread through every conversation you come in contact with, and care for all life.

Guru Singh is a world-renowned yoga instructor, author, musician, and family man. Guru Singh works with the Dalai Lama, teaches with Tony Robbins, and has recorded an album with Grammy® Award-winning artist Seal. He can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Check out Guru Singh’s most recent book: Buried Treasures: The Journey From Where You Are to Who You Are.

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Get Connected to Your Heart Desires & Soul Design

Without a strong connection to your Self, your true self, not your ego self or personality self or emotional self, it is way too easy to create a life, choose a career, start a business, stay in a relationship or job that will never nourish or fulfill you, no matter how hard you try.

Without consistent check-ins with your Self, it’s way too easy to end up 10 degrees off your soul’s path.

Too easy to get lost in doing too many things that actually don’t matter to you.

We hear lots about body/mind/spirit connection. But where’s the heart? Where’s the soul? We make lots of decisions from our logical minds, but is your life design really constellated and set up in a way that you LOVE YOUR LIFE, that you feel fulfilled and nourished and sustained? How successful are you feeling these days? Where are you giving your life force? Are you living your soul’s path or someone else’s version of success?

These are the kinds of inquiries we dive into in today’s Feminine Power Time with me, Christine Arylo, feminine leadership advisor and MBA…




Starts with Yourself

The first is Connection to Your Self, the true self – HEART, SOUL and body and then mind. Then we will dive into connection to your intimate circle and your connection to Spirit.Universe.Divine.

  • What does it really mean to be connected to your Self? How do you know if you are or are not?
  • How we fool ourselves to think we are connected to ourselves and making good choices, but are not.
  • Four Foundational promises you want to make with yourself to make sure you stay connected to your true desires and path?
  • Why we make choices that are not right and true for our Self, and how to gain the courage to stay true to yourself.

I’ll lead you through a series of inquiries based on self awareness, self acceptance and self empowerment that will get you feeling and thinking inside about how you want to design your life, work and relationships in the coming cycle.

  • Are you designing a life you love, in which you generously to yourself? In what ways is this true? In what ways not?
  • Are you living your soul design? In what ways are you in alignment with your soul’s path? And in what ways are you not?
  • What is your body telling you about the health of your entire system? What your poop, periods and skin are alerting you to?

And lastly as I share these, you’ll start to open up to what you are intending and visioning for the new year …. from a deeper place than your mind. So you create a reality that sustains you, on all levels. Sustainable success.

I am excited to share these inquiries and stories with you in this Connection series, going through what I call the Trinity of Love – connection to Self, connection to Others, connection to the Divine.

May this support you to create a reality in which you can give your gifts, make a difference, savor your life, and receive what you need.

Big heart,
Christine Arylo

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Christine Arylo, MBA, is a women’s leadership advisor, transformational teacher and best selling author who works with women to make shift happen – in the lives they lead, the work they do, and the impact they desire to make. Marrying 20 years of business experience with 15 years of feminine & yogic wisdom training, Arylo illuminates how to lead and live a different way, the “feminine way” – professionally successful, internally empowered, and personally sustainable and satisfying. A powerful mentor and teacher known for her ability to translate deep wisdom into practical super powers, her programs on intuition, feminine power, and cultivating resilience, self-love and courage have reached over 35,000 students worldwide. She’s committed to working with emerging and established women leaders to awaken their full power and presence to lead the world and those they love and lead to more a more sustainable, compassionate and equitable world for all. Arylo is known for her powerful and real presence that inspires personal and social transformation. And for her stand for sisterhood and what is possible when women come together, drop their masks, speak from their hearts and truly support each other. Christine currently lives on an island off the coast of Seattle, where she is working on her fourth book: “Overwhelmed and Over It: Why It’s Not Your Fault and How to Find the Power To Change It.” Learn more about Christine at www.ChristineArylo.com and learn more about her Feminine Power Time Podcast at www.FemininePowerPodcast.com.

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How the Past and the Future Can Rob You of the Present

“Remember then: there is only one time that is important and it is now! The present moment is the only time when we have any power.” ~Tolstoy

Stop for a second and tell me: What were you thinking about just now? Chances are very good that you were thinking about something either in the past or in the future.

Of course, some of that thinking is necessary. For instance, we think about what we need to get at the store to make dinner tonight, or what we saw on the news yesterday to consider where we stand and what to do about it.

Sometimes, thinking about the past or future is also a pleasure: remembering happy times or anticipating something exciting in the near future. But often—usually—we end up dwelling instead on things we can do nothing about, because the past and the future exist only in our heads.

We allow our present moments to be filled with negative emotions caused by something that is not even happening right now—and may never happen!

Caught in a mental sand trap of our own making, we miss out on real life—what is happening in front of us in this very moment.

These are the thoughts that rob you of the present. They call up very distinctive emotions: usually regret, anger, and sadness (the past), or fear and dissatisfaction/longing (the future). Although we all indulge in both past and future thinking, I think most of us have a tendency to concentrate on one or the other.

My tendency has usually been to focus on the future. I used to worry a lot, which is a technique many people use to try to control what is essentially uncontrollable—the future—by imagining all possible outcomes and how they might respond in each case.

The extreme version of this future-based thinking is a crippling anxiety that robs the here and now of any possibility for joy. You can’t live your current life when all of your energy is spent worrying about what might happen in the future!

We future-thinkers also tend to be obsessive planners and goal-setters. Rarely pausing to enjoy what we’ve achieved, we’re already focused on the next step in the plan. That (often unconscious) feeling of dissatisfaction with the present and the longing for something different can also take the form of daydreaming about the future.

What we have right now is never enough—there’s always something “out there” in the future that’s missing, the magic ingredient that will finally make us really and truly happy.

Unfortunately, that mythical something we’re chasing is a perpetually moving target that keeps us from experiencing and enjoying our actual lives as we live them.

This came home to me once when I was living in a sweet little rental just blocks from the beach in Hawaii. Obsessed at the time with buying a house (which I couldn’t afford in Hawaii), I moved back to the mainland, only to later regret squandering that wonderful opportunity in favor of the next thing on my list.

Focusing on the past, on the other hand, often keeps people stuck in a pattern of victimhood. We become prisoners of what has already happened to us, carrying our stories and experiences with us like a burden we can’t (or won’t) set down.

Yes, they are a part of us. Yes, we can learn from them, use them, and legitimately own their impact on us. No, we don’t have to continually relive them in the present moment.

This is a hard one. In the case of past physical and emotional trauma, the body actually carries a sensory imprint of the original event that, when triggered, can send a cascade of emotions from your past into the present moment. When that happens, you have no choice but to deal with those very real emotions in real time—but even then, you don’t have to get sucked back into the story. Try this instead:

Acknowledge the emotions that were triggered, let them move through your body, and stay present. What is happening right now, in front of you? Can you feel your feet on the floor, or your back against a chair? Can you take a deep breath and tune in to any sounds or scents around you? Let your physical surroundings gently bring your body and mind back to the present. That’s the only moment when we have any power, remember?

Most of the time, it’s not trauma reactions that keep us mired in the past. Usually, it’s just our stories. Stories about bad decisions we made. Stories about people who didn’t treat us well. Stories about things that happened to us. These are the thoughts that rob us of both the power and joy that can only be experienced in this moment.

You can always recognize when you’re stuck in an unhelpful story by the emotions it stirs up—usually anger, sadness and/or regret.

Most of our stories are very well rehearsed, because we’ve thought and spoken of them many, many times. Their familiarity gives us a sense of identity, and even a strange comfort.

I think of how many times I told the story of my divorce, both to myself and to others, but I wasn’t able to finally heal and move on with my life until I stopped telling the story. I stopped letting it define who I was.

The past and the future exist only in our minds. Focusing on them is a poor stand-in for really living, but for many of us it’s such a pervasive habit that we don’t even realize we’re doing it. This, right now, is the moment when life is actually happening to us, and if we don’t pay attention, it too will disappear into the unreality of the past.

About Amaya Pryce

Amaya Pryce is a life coach and writer living in the Pacific Northwest. Her books, 5 Simple Practices for a Lifetime of Joy and How to Grow Your Soul are available on Amazon. For coaching or to follow her blog, please visit www.amayapryce.com.

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