Join Pa’Ris’Ha on February 18th, 2015 as she discusses the science behind the Observer. This is a free 60-minute call. Please register to get the details: http://nomw.parishas-world.com/observe/
Parisha Taylor says that “Growth means change and change involves risks and you must step from the known to the unknown.” Fear of change is perhaps the number one reason why most people stay in unhappy situations, whether it be a job, a relationship, a housing situation, etc. With great risks, however, come great rewards.
“In this day I am joyful, respectful, nurturing, pleasant, kind, and clear-minded. In this day I celebrate my total transformation. My Being is a blessing to all, the source of all things brings into this day. This day I am experienced in my Godly magnificence. In this day I am loyal to all my commitments. In this day I celebrate total success in the ideal of being the ultimate reflection of God. In this day I emanate love to all creation. This day my eyes behold 1,000 beautiful reflections of you in my life. This day I will touch at least 100 sacred objects. In this day I hold myself in high esteem. My laughter, my words, my joy is what I bring to this day. In this day (and list here the “to do” list of all the things that you wish to accomplish).” – Parisha Taylor
My Elder, Parisha Taylor, tells us that nothing is more important than our Spiritual Awakening. She tells us that we are the living dead until we have made the connection between mind and heart. That is what our quest is about. She says we must commit to spiritual pursuits until our windows are clear and our light/spirit shines through.
My business coach, Parisha Taylor, talks about hearing the desperation in people when they are talking about their businesses, in discussing the economy, and the problems they feel we are in as a country. Then she hears the explanations they give and the blaming they do — that it’s because of this and that and this. Parisha says, “I truly have lived my life in cause, meaning I stand in cause with everything that my life is. There is no ‘because.’ And there’s no one to point the finger at and no one to blame. I own and have the consequences of all my decisions.” Very interesting and enlightening to consider not having the word ‘because’ in one’s vocabulary.
I am reading in my Facebook groups many posts where people are reaching out to others for prayers and emotional support for some really trying circumstances in their life. My Elder, Parisha Taylor, has told countless stories of maintaining calm and balance when people around her (and proclaimed spiritual people at that) had absolutely lost it. (i.e., being in an earthquake in California, for example). She has taught us to hold our focus and know we stand on sacred ground. A good affirmation is, “I am existing in the place of calm.” From that space, we are able to be a stable source for others to regain their calm.
There is a saying — if you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there. My Elder, Parisha Taylor, who does a lot of business and life coaching, emphasizes so much the importance of having a very clear vision of what you want, so much so, that you need to see it, feel it, hear it, taste it, i.e., engage all of your senses. We are Co-Creators. Image it into being and hold your focus so the atoms and molecules know how to assemble themselves for you. Just maintain your focus on where you are going and how it will be when you get there.
I was listening recently to an interview Anderson Cooper did with a meditation master, Jon Kabat-Zinn, who is credited with initiating the Mindfulness Movement in the U.S. JK-Z acknowledged how the mind is incessant with its chatter, but that you learn to just be a passive observer and don’t engage and get caught up in all that. This mirrors what my business coach and Elder, Parisha Taylor, teaches us. She encourages us to ask, “Who’s talking?” A lot of what passes through your mind isn’t yours! Let it be you talking to your own mind. She says that you have to come where you talk to your mind enough, where you take control.
A lot of people teach these days that “energy follows thought.” My Elder, Parisha Taylor, is always saying, “You live where you think.” Even the Buddha is quoted as saying, “All that we are is a result of what we have thought.” If one considers that every thought has a frequency and that particular frequency is matching up with and attracting similar frequencies, you draw to yourself the circumstances that match your thoughts. It follows then, as my Elder reminds us, that there is no one “out there” to blame for your circumstances, just change your thinking.
In working with Parisha Taylor I have thought …
How much of the time that we are living our life, during our regular day to day mode, are we focused and on track with our thoughts being in alignment with what we sit down and consciously emit to the quantum field, as we try to create? Every moment is a transmission with an exact pattern of frequency, mathematically exact. We send a letter, energetically, in every one of the 86400 seconds in a day, like it or not, good times and bad. What do the letters say when they reach the quantum fields mail box?