Through the study and practice of these keys you will attract to yourself the inner harmonies of success in every aspect of your life and begin to realize your true potential and purpose.
17th Emerald Key: Beliefs Form Mindsets and Govern Behavior
What you see and perceive, and what you experience is governed by your beliefs. Change is not easy. We often wait for change to be forced upon us in some challenging or painful way. This happens when you refuse to take in and apply the hints coming from your own body and from the environment suggesting that your map of beliefs and meaning needs updating. When you ignore these hints they tend to get stronger and louder. When the world comes crushing down on you it is a crescendo message to help you realize that your map of beliefs and mindset is outdated and is taking you straight into a wall.
The Berlin wall was knocked down by people who gave birth to a new perception and belief. They realized that the power had shifted; they realized they had the power and ability to make a change. Today, many years later there are still people living in the two sides of Berlin who carry the wall around in their mind. It is often more difficult for people to make the change on the inside. They continue to resist a new reality that has emerged. It’s as though we all live in a time machine inside our heads and we each have the power to decide, whether we live in the here and now or in some other time and place.
18th Emerald Key: Maturity and Intactness
What are the signs of maturity? If you have children – what are your hopes for them? What do you hope for as a parent for when they grow up?
We explore the five most important elements of self-esteem and self-respect. And why are these t hings so vital for a person’s developmental journey and maturation?
Healthy self-esteem is the secret of flexible and resilient leaders. They know themselves and come out of an indestructible core that engenders confidence in the face of difficulties. They help people refocus on what’s important, move forward and take action from a place of strength.