Over the last twenty years, my wife has drawn me into her world of coffee, dogs, long beach days, and country music. These last two weeks have been a real treat as I've gotten to experience all of them in abundance during our summer getaway to the Outer Banks!
Every day I'd trek a mile + down the beach to the naval pier and get lost in both my memories and imagination. This year, I had a profound experience of spiritual freedom as a result of releasing my attachment to all things, including the painful experiences of my past, which I've previously felt defined by. I became completely weightless and remarkably aware of my intrinsic goodness, evident entirely by my breath. It was an undeniable experience of heaven on earth as I'd lost sight of all my roles and responsibilities, and entered into pure, human BEING.
Previously, during experiences like this, I'd try to hold onto the feeling, which is understandable but also the manifestation of a scarcity mentality. This time was different, I had absolutely nothing to lose and nothing to prove, and this encounter lasted for days. I never felt I deserved to experience this type of satisfaction, but now I recognize it as a grace gift that can only be received.
There's nothing I want more from my life than to teach others how to experience an abundance of peaceful, loving joy through The Whole Person Project, an online Group Coaching Program that takes a cosmological (Identity-focused) approach towards helping people outgrow their challenges.
"You only need to experience freedom of Identity just once, then you'll never settle for anything less, and the things you previously thought you needed to be happy, will seem less meaningful as you learn how to draw your life from within." Michael Rizk
We had 15 new people join us for our two-week free trial in July for The Whole Person Project, and within a week, healing and transformation are already occurring. Here's what a few of them have said:
"I am looking forward to supporting others in their journey by listening and being as open and honest as I can be with my life and experiences--which is something I usually don't do."
"Sometimes, it just takes a few well thought through words to help me think and act differently. It (The Whole Person Project) is very helpful."
I now feel I want to shift my perspective and learn how to lead a more fulfilling life for myself. I'm thankful for this opportunity and journey.
Life doesn't have to be hard, and you don't have to do it alone. We'd love to have you join us for our next trial on August 16th, 2020. In the meantime, you can also join us for a FREE weekly REST-Day Rejuvenation: 60m meditation + restorative movement: www.conditionforlife.com/public-events.
Last week's posts...
Sunday: Intensity or Consistency
Two types of people: inconsistent, leading high-intensity lives. and consistent, leading manageable lives.
Monday: Replacing should with...
Remove "should" from your vocabulary and use this helpful alternative.
Tuesday: Pleasing vs. Delighting
People-pleasing is an egoic control tactic while delighting others is an expression of soulfulness.
Wednesday: The sun always follows you
The sun is always communicating our inherent goodness to us.
Thursday: Unhelpful quotes #1
Not all quotes are created equal or well-intentioned, but a little reframing can go a long way.
Friday: What's more important...
We're all busy, but when we're too busy to care for ourselves, something's wrong.
"We do not believe in ourselves until someone reveals that deep inside us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch. Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit." E.E. Cummings