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Quests. Questions. Being up to something. Game ON!

Everything you encounter during your Quest is either of distraction or of assistance.

Yet there is a lesson hidden in either. Remember about paying attention?!

Attention is the only universal currency.

At any given moment you have a choice what to give your attention to – something that moves you forward or something that is not. The choice is yours.

Trick: want to store up some energy necessary to pay attention? – find something you appreciate about whatever you are looking at at that particular moment. Can’t find anything? Keep searching until you do find!

Snap: don’t look at this text! Find something you appreciate about next thing you get distracted by! 😉

Warning: to multi-taskers, read this: The Multi-Tasking Myth

Listen to Miracle

Dare: try to listen in a way as if you are hearing that for the first time.

The truth is, if you’re listening to anything as if you have heard it million times before – you will miss the message.

The other truth is – you actually have not heard the story before! Not really! As there is no way to draw ten stars to look exactly the same, there is no way for two stories to be identical, even if told by the same person using same words.

The reason you are hearing the story is because you need to get the message. You have a lesson to learn. Or generally speaking – you have asked for it!

Everything happens for a reason. Everything has a purpose. Just take your time and identify what is it this time.

Promise: if you will give yourself permission to pretend everything you encounter is something new, never seen or heard before, the world of miracles will open up for you.

How this works: training perception into new mindset, one being capable of noticing the newness instead of the sameness. And once in a wile mind will notice something truly amazing, extraordinary and beautifully unique – a miracle! Guaranteed!

Snap: you asked for this!

Warning: failure to apply this technique will result in hearing same stories and/or/and encountering same circumstances over and over and over again. Boring? I bet!