Focus Creates Reality…What Are You Thinking?

How often do you catch yourself thinking the same old thoughts—over and over and over again?
What most of us don’t realise is that our thoughts are creating our reality, minute by minute, hour by hour, day by day, week by week, year by year. You may feel like you’re at the whim of the economy, your boss, your upbringing, but it’s actually your beliefs that trigger thoughts and feelings. Most of which we’ve completely made up.

What you think you become.

What you focus on you’ll attract. Is it that simple? Yes, it is.
Paul and Gina discuss ways in which you can shift your focus from doing what you hate, to doing what you love. How can you begin to live a more passionate life? By focusing on the things you love. And by engaging your will to take action and move towards engaging more with your heart. Your heart always knows, but the head often wants to keep us safe and in our (uncomfortable) comfort zone. Dare to dream, dare to take risks. Dare to live a passionate life!

You don’t have to leave your job overnight. Begin by making a list of all the activities, friends, places and even food you love. How much time do you spend engaged in any of these areas? If it’s currently very little, then make changes. Step by step.

Life is absolutely NOT meant to be a struggle.  Start living a more passionate life TODAY. Begin doing a few things daily that you love. You’ll soon see a marked difference in the way you are thinking and in the way you perceive the world. You are a creator!

Recommend Resources to living a more passionate life:

Darren Eden:

Robert Fritz:

William Whitecloud:


Turn the Tables of Judgement!

Angry Mandy!
It’s all too easy to make snap judgements with friends and loved ones. If someone upsets us, we often go into immediate reaction with statements like: “You always…” or “You never…”.

Not the best way to engage and make positive emotional connections! It simply makes the other person shut down. Sam and Gina discuss the J-word vis-a-vis their own relationships. And offer 3 helpful tips on how we can check in on our own behaviour – and make powerful adjustments – before we start projecting and blaming others.