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The Golden Thread


If you heard our audio of the 11:11 Turning Point, you’re probably
familiar with the concept of the “Golden Thread”.

In essence, the Golden Thread is the one core energy or belief that
connects all the main issues in your life.

Listen to Track 2 of the 11:11 Turning Point Audio at this link
and you’ll get the vibe of what I’m talking about

Here’s the Key…

What you’re seeking isn’t “out there” somewhere…

It’s hidden in the very core of your day to day problems.

But few of us we were ever taught to look at life that way.

The old paradigm was whenever you felt stressed or bothered by a problem
you were taught to “eliminate” the problem.

The only problem with that paradigm is if you only seek to eliminate problems
– you miss the underlying message that problems (part of the waves of life)
are here to teach us.

“Modern” systems like medicine think that same way.

Example:
Let’s say a person is diagnosed with cancer.  Instead of seeking the
*underlying* cause of the cancer (and the  deeper message it’s trying
to communicate through the state of dis-ease) the “modern” approach
is to try to “kill” the cancer (and in many cases the patient as well).

This model is called the reductionist model – meaning the doctors and
scientists who view the person with disease see the person as a series
of “parts” that can simply be drugged, cut out and removed (like a
new hose or sensor in your car engine.)

But the human mind/body is far more complex than that plebian point of view.

A car engine doesn’t have a Spirit like you do.

It doesn’t have emotion.

It can’t sense its own existence.

And it can’t feel like you do – with all the highs and lows that give life it’s
incredible qualities.

When you seek that hidden meaning behind all events as DaVinci once taught,
you begin to discover the “Golden Thread”.

In other words, the common thread that holds all your life issues together.

If you have a major challenge – especially one that recurs over and over again
– the old paradigm would simply seek to eliminate the problem.

But in doing so – more often than not, you’ll miss the valuable message
that the problem came into your life to teach you.

Q. So are you saying that problems are good?

A. Yes – and the key is when we let go of the mind and open our Hearts,
something unexpected begins to happen.

Judgment ceases – and new possibilities are free to present themselves.

You begin to discover that hidden within the very problems you’re
trying to avoid is the energy and the love you so dearly seek.

And this process of seeking the “Golden Thread”, of finding the gift in our
problems and challenges (especially the BIG ones) can be the most practical
AND rewarding experience of our lives.

What if this could work for you?

What if you decided to look for the good in a problem today?

I invite you to challenge yourself to find the “Golden Thread” in one
of your life issues – and begin now.

Don’t let your mind tell you things like: “It can’t be done”, or “I can’t
find the good in my problems”.  That’s giving in to the ego mind.

And that ‘s the old paradigm of thinking that your mind is you.

Make today the day you begin to look deeper into the Golden Thread
of your Heart.

And So It Is…

Blessings of Aloha,

Paul

Stay tuned for our next message on the 11:11 Turning Point and how you
can tap into the incredible power within you to create your Heart’s Dreams
and passions.


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  1. 3 Comment(s)

  2. By Jim Tour on Oct 5, 2011 | Reply

    Paul… I just want to say (with all honesty & sincerity) that this article of yours is BRILLIANT.

    Spread it far and wide my friend

    (just what i needed to hear, and I’m shocked there’s not more comments to this post)

  3. By Clarinda Chant on Oct 24, 2011 | Reply

    I’m just back from being away and have only just read this brilliant post. Paul, you have an excellent, straight forward and very easy to follow style of putting out the information – a skill which many people lack!

    For myself, I’ve always “known” that problems in life are there to teach us and help us progress, but of course it isn’t always easy to see that when one is coping with the problems! It is good though to hear someone else saying all the things I have always believed, and saying them so clearly! Thank you – and ps I am getting a lot from “Clear Mind”. After trying it regularly for two and a half weeks, I am beginging to find that true peace within me.

  4. By Bernard Naughton on May 16, 2012 | Reply

    I really liked this comment about looking inside your problem to find the `golden thread´ It opens me up to a state of mind where I´m no longer a victim. I´m a student with exciting things to discover (solutions). and more….

    Bernard

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