Sunday, July 31, 2011


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After a few warm and sunny days, our weather has slipped back into drizzly rain and overcast skies. I'm struck by how this word picture can also describe a human being's journey through our daily living experiences. I'm also reminded that when I encounter sunshine or drizzle, my experience of it depends on how I CHOOSE to experience it. I choose whether the sunshine is glorious or a nuisance in my eyes as I drive. I choose whether I experience the drizzle as a downer or a watering of the plants to keep them green. What choices will you make as you experience the days of this coming days?

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Monday, February 15, 2010

Lost Generation

This is simply awesome - brilliantly presented and imaginatively crafted...enjoy!

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Friday, February 12, 2010

Using Intentions For Any Experience | inviteCHANGE Partner Blog | inviteCHANGE

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BJ Levy, PCC | February 12, 2010

Using Intentions For Any Experience

Coach Training, Community of Coaching, Life Coaching, Human Wholeness  

I have learned in my 10 years as a coach that setting intentions really does make a huge difference in the experiences I have.

After I set my intention and choose some actions and/or attitude that will support the intention, I set myself free to be PRESENT and live in the present moment.  Preparation (Intention) supports presence and increases my likelihood of enjoying my experience and feeling success.

I am getting read for a trip to Viet Nam and I again want to set an intention for that experience. 

My Intention for my trip to Viet Nam is:  I say %u2018yes%u2019 to new opportunities, relish every experience, bask in the light (physical and emotion) and refresh my spirit.

 I%u2019ll be writing a blog from Viet Nam%u2014let%u2019s see how I do!

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Intentions are the magic behind the 'secret' of manifestation!

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"Meaning is not something you stumble across, like the answer to a riddle or the prize in a treasure hunt. Meaning is something you build into your life. You build it out of your own past, out of your affections and loyalties, out of the experience of humankind as it is passed on to you, out of your own talent and understanding, out of the things you believe in, out of the things and people you love, out of the values for which you are willing to sacrifice something. The ingredients are there. You are the only one who can put them together into that pattern that will be your life. Let it be a life that has dignity and meaning for you. If it does, then the particular balance of success or failure is of less account." John Gardner

This quote touched me when I read it in the book, "Fish!" by Stephen C. Lundin, Harry Paul & John Christensen ( I spent much of 2009 contemplating and clarifying the meaning behind a huge miscommunication and upset within one of my business partnerships. As I examined my beliefs, attitudes and values, and had open, honest conversations with my partners, I became clearer about the meaning I choose to create in my life during 2010 and beyond.

I now pay closer attention to the conversations I have with others. I make time to visualize my own dreams and goals. I connect with Nature in ways that support me in being fully present in my life moment to moment. I'm noticing that while I have multiple things going on in my life that many would label as 'overwhelming,' I am experiencing them as stimulating and manageable. I attribute that to the new meaning of 'presence' I've assigned to my life.

What's the meaning you currently seek in your own life?

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Saturday, November 28, 2009


Having just enjoyed time with family and friends for Thanksgiving, I'm aware of what gratitude is able to add to the quality of life. As I looked around the dinner table at the faces of people I care about, participated in numerous and varied conversations and helped prepare the meal and then clean up afterward, my heart was filled with a peaceful sense of belonging. There was an ease of camaraderie, a gladness for being together and genuine eagerness to be together again at Christmas. I'm reminded to say to you, "I'm thankful that you are a part of my life." What are you most grateful for right now?


Friday, October 30, 2009

The Nature of Time

As we get ready to set our clocks back by one hour this weekend, I find myself contemplating the nature of time. I've noticed that my experience of time either expands or contracts, depending on how I'm focusing on it. When I say, "I don't have enough time," it's true; when I say, "There's plenty of time," that's true, too. If time is simply a device we human beings have agreed upon so that we can make certain appointments with one another and be there together, what is the benefit to us to allow time to constrict our experience outside those intersection points?


Thursday, June 4, 2009

Please join me on 2 radio talk shows...

Hello and happy warm sunny days!

Please blend your wisdom and experiences with mine by joining me in conversation on the next two Monday mornings (June 8th and 15th).

1. Monday June 8th from 8am-9am Pacific Time: inviteCHANGE's own regular show on the Chat With Women Network hosted beautifully by partner Janet Harvey. Our topic is "Conscious Choice through Values & Beliefs" and promises to be a rich and lively discussion. You can listen via the Internet at or on AM Radio 1150 KKNW. Join the conversation by calling 425.373.5527 or 1.888.298.5569 (toll free for Western WA) or by emailing your questions/comments to

2. Monday June 15th from 8am-9am Pacific Time: inviteCHANGE's alum coach Lori Rubenstein hosts "Journeys from the Heart" on Sedona Talk Radio from Arizona.  Our topic is "Your Body as Messenger of Your Soul" and promises to be an empowering discussion about well-being and heath from a practical yet spiritual perspective. You can listen and participate via the Internet at or join the conversation by calling 1.347.324.3183.
I look forward to your presence and heart as fellow journeyers on life's pathway!