Category Archives: Mark’s Weekly Brief

Sep 17
September 17, 2020

Mark’s Weekly Brief: Move towards power

One of my mentors is the late David Hawkins who left us with an incredible collection of his work on human consciousness. In his seminal work, Power vs. Force, Hawkins introduces the idea that we can utilize kinesiology testing to calibrate the truth level of different people, events, and energies....

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Jun 12
June 12, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Challenges as tools

Theme: Building your ‘life toolkit’ Tip: Reflect upon what challenges you may be currently facing and consider if you are addressing them head-on or shying away for some reason. If it’s the latter, then spend time to reorient a plan to use this opportunity for growth and development. Challenge will...

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Jun 7
June 7, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Pairing intention with practice

Theme: Pair intention with practice Tip: In your next box-breathing practice, write down a specific intention for the session and begin to implement this habit in every meditation session you embark upon. “Clean up, wake up, grow up.” – Ken Wilber You must match intention for higher development with focused...

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Jun 6
June 6, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: The 3 paths

Theme: Kokoro Tip: Journal and reflect on how you would like to integrate the three paths in your daily life. Set attainable goals and reevaluate often as you work towards progress. Three paths to the evolution of your consciousness: Path of the heart: devotional love for universal consciousness Path of...

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Jun 4
June 4, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: The witnessing mind

Theme: Thoughts & thinking  Tip: Tapping into the witnessing mind takes time, patience, and practice. If you don’t already, consider implementing a daily box-breathing practice that focuses on breath control paired with mindfulness of thoughts.  “The mind infers whatever the ego prefers, and such is the fog of our self-delusion....

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Jun 3
June 3, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: The Big Four

Theme: Practice daily skills  Tip: Begin implementing the following four skills in your every day life if you don’t already: Arousal control: Through box-breathing. Open space to make better decisions instead of operating under reactionary thinking Attitude: Eradicating negative mental energy and focusing on positivity Imagery: Win in your win: Visualize...

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Jun 2
June 2, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Be present

Theme: Live in the present moment Tip: As you go through this week, be mindful of how much energy you spend thinking about past “what-ifs’ or “could-be’s”. Instead, utilize your full attention to bring your full energy and attention to every present moment today.   “Don’t let yesterday use up too...

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Jun 1
June 1, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Perseverance

Theme: The courage to keep going Tip: Reflect on the following questions . . .  How do you deal with success and failures in your life?  Are you easily discouraged when facing an obstacle or do you find yourself resourceful in finding new ways to persevere?  “Success is not final,...

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May 31
May 31, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Accepting help

Theme: Accept help & support Tip: Consider accepting help the next someone offers it to you, whether it be solicited or not. Accepting support in turn allows you to lift others up by reinforcing their importance in your life.  “Accepting help is a sign of strength. Asking for it is...

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May 30
May 30, 2020

Mark’s Daily Brief: Emotional awareness 101

Theme: Acknowledging emotions Tip: Consider implementing the following tips when different emotions arise throughout the day: Acknowledge Take action … redirect it or dig into it on the spot Feel into it and then let it go “If you are tuned out of your own emotions, you will be poor...

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