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13th
October

Reflection on the journey of being our best

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Way back in the beginning of March 2012, in my introductory blog, I invited you to join me on to the following journey:

“So … join me on this journey of exploration on what makes us being the best we can be. It will be a journey in which I’d love to share my insights and experiences obtained regarding my personal journey to date within this ever changing world we live in. I will do that with the belief that within this journey some new insights will also emerge from within your own being.”

Having now explored this journey of being our best within the context of a journey framework and the proposed roles to adopt in supporting a balanced approach towards this journey. Also highlighting the importance of being in the attitude of gratitude as well as being in action, whilst managing our travelling companion called the ego.

I now would like to open the floor, so to speak, to invite your comments on your exploring the journey with me so far, whatever your experiences may be. You can do that as a response on this blog page. I would love you to share your experiences with the reading community of this blog and for further reflection by myself on this blog for the benefit of the community.

If you aspire to personally take this journey of being your best to the next level, please feel free to email me directly on dirk@frontiercoaching.co.za  so that, via the appropriate medium, I can within a coaching context support you to have you realise this aspiration.

I thank You.

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5th
August

Our travelling companion called the ego

Within our journey of being our best, we have a travelling companion which is our own “ego”.

This companion has started to appear in our early childhood by a process of personalisation that is constructed according to the norms of society and managed by the good intentions of our parents, teachers and influencers within our community ... this is the way we [including yourself] are and do things around here! We therefore need it as our basic interface to this world in order to survive within it. Eventually, the ego also takes over our sense of identity in the form of a personality ... our personality.

Subsequently, your ego, as your travelling companion, suggests your sense of who you are, and who you are not ... how you see yourself ... the roles you have to play in life.

However, your ego is not you ... it is simply an “adopted” sense of self overshadowing your essential and authentic being which was there from the day you were born. Without this ego we would have ultimate freedom to simply BE, with no limitations of who we “think” and “feel” we are or are not!

There are distinct characteristics differentiating the presence of an egocentric person versus a egoless person. An egoless person is a person where the ego is normalised to its basic interface role and is transparent to the presence of one’s essential and authentic being.

An egocentric person has a “sense of separation” from the community he or she lives in. In order to survive there is a need for command and control in order to protect this position. It’s about the exclusive me, or the shared we as an exclusive club; having conditional relationships in the form of bartering – I will do this for you if you do this for me. He or she operates from reason and emotion as thinking and contracted feeling. In essence the egocentric person always wants to be right and to look good, hence the others must be wrong and look bad if challenged.

The egoless person has a “sense of oneness” with the community he or she lives in. This lead to acceptance and trust as well as surrender to the higher being within. It’s about being inclusive, expressed as us, within the community; having relationships with unconditional love as a basis. He or she operates from intuition expressed as an inherent knowing and sublime feeling.

So, the question now is that within our journey of being our best, do I “own” and manage this travelling companion ... or does it own and manage me ?

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15th
July

Being in action

Having a journey framework with regards to goals, opportunities, attitude, challenges and persistence is great for supporting you in being your best, as dealt with in my previous blog entries. However, these frameworks will not help you as intended if you are not committed to using them.

I have found that commitment in whatever venture you care to pursue is fundamentally important to maximise the probability of making it happen successfully. I have learned that commitment, within this context of discussion, is simply: “being in action to realise results”. Being committed is not wondering about it but is actually doing something about it with a goal in mind. This something can be active planning for it, preparing for it, resourcing it, and eventually walking the talk by doing it. These are all forms of commitment.

What is actually happening whilst being in action is that, as referenced by WH Murray, an established mountaineer, a context is created that attracts all manner of support to realise the outcome of your action. An analogy to that is that the moment a copper wire [the person] is moving [being in action] through a magnetic field [universal law] an electrical potential [context] is manifested that leads to the occurrence of an electrical current [all manner of support] – which is the principle used to generate power for consumption [for realising the outcome].

This manner of support is experienced in the form of the synchronicity of events as well as auspicious conditions and circumstances taking place, that enables you to better realise results. Hence, the importance of being in action (commitment) to maximise the probability of realising results by attracting auspicious conditions and circumstances enabling the latter.

Furthermore, being in purposeful action, draws your attention to the presence in which that action takes place. Consequently, your attention is away from memories of the past and anticipation of the future; bringing a sense of peace and fulfilment within the Isness of that action.

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29th
June

Being in the attitude of gratitude

It has been a while since my last blog entry ie the 13th of June, mainly due to family and medical reasons. However, I am back on line so to speak.

Since my last entry I have been overwhelmed, and humbled, with amazing responses to the material I have shared. I have not realised until now the number people that are looking for and are in need of as well as having appreciation for such material. Due to personal time constraints I cannot personally respond to each and every reply. Never the less, I thank you all for taking your time to read and reply to this blog. Hence the introduction of today’s blog. By the way, I had one reply on my spelling abilities within my writing. Please note that I am currently residing in South Africa and am using South African English.

As my main theme for now is our journey for being our best from a more principled perspective I am grateful that there is such a community in the world that can appreciate the value of that. A lot has been referenced regarding the principle of gratitude, specifically by writers and compilers like Eric Butterworth on Spiritual Economics - the Prosperity Process, Sandra Anne Taylor on Quantum Success, and Rhonda Byrne (The Secret) in her latest book called The Magic; as well as having released a while ago a Gratitude Journal which I use personally. Most motivational and spiritual writers do reference having an “Attitude of Gratitude” as the basis for a joyful as well as a successful life.

My take on this is that there is also a huge distinction between being grateful for all that you have and being grateful in all that you have, whatever little that may be. I chose to take on the latter distinction as the principled attitude of gratitude to live by. The reason for that is by having an attitude of gratitude for a specific thing is placing your focus and state of joy conditionally and dependent on that specified something, and therefore outside yourself. On the other hand being grateful in all things, places your focus and state of joy within yourself, appreciating the presence of it, but not becoming depended on it!

The Greek philosopher Plato said, more than 2500 years ago: A grateful mind is a great mind which eventually attracts to itself great things. My insight here is that a grateful person is also attracting great things because he is just being grateful unconditionally in all things.

So, what does this mean for you to be grateful?

What needs to happen or has to be in place in order for you to be grateful?

In order for you to come to an answer that is personally meaningful to you; I invite you to reflect on the above for say 5 minutes per day for a 3 to 4 days. You may find that the answer coming to you on the last day is the answer from the heart, from your true self!

I also invite you to share some of your answers on this blog - if this would be to the benefit of the community as a whole.

As always ... it remains you choice to do so.

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13th
June

Roles to adopt in supporting a balanced approach towards living your journey (continue)

On my previous blog entry I touched on basic roles that can be adopted to support a balanced approach towards being your best, which are:

  • Being a Health Maintainer
  • Being a Principled Individual
  • Being a Family Member
  • Being a Profession Practitioner

There are 3 more basic roles with associated affirmations that will complete this balanced approach, and they are:

  • Profession Educator:

I am enabling practitioners of my profession in their work through teaching, coaching, and sharing knowledge and experiences I have gained in this profession.

  • Enterprise Member:

I am contributing to the realisation of the mission of the Enterprise and relevant projects by executing my work with joy according to the precepts of my profession, as well as within the context of agreed assignments.

  • Community Member:

I am adding value to the well-being of my community through participation and contribution of my efforts and resources in specific community initiatives and structures.

It is my experience that these seven roles do bring out the best in you, if you are and remain committed to the affirmation that comes with it. Again, if you would choose to pursue this approach, what will it take to adopt these affirmations on a continuous basis to the best of your abilities?

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