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Living Boundrylessly…..Living Passionately!!!

Passionately living Boundrylessly!!!

Passionately living Boundrylessly!!!

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“A Step by Step Action Guide to Activate

The Law of Attraction in Your Life (to

Manifest Every Single Thing You Want)”

Develop a success mindset that can be applied to anything

you want to achieve in life.  It is with this mindset that you’ll

be able to call upon the forces of the Universe to help you attract

what you want in life.

With time you will develop focus and courage to reach ever higher levels of success – even

if you have never been successful at anything before.

Remember the old saying “When the Student is Ready, the Teacher

Appears”? Well, this is why you are here. You attracted this

to you, and we’ll do our best to help you.

Contrary to what you may have been taught about success, it is

mostly a process that begins, evolves, and ends in your own mind.

It is an inside job, so to say.

While outer circumstances unquestionably have an impact on your

life, success is not so much about “what” you do, but HOW you feel

about it and HOW you do things based on those feelings.

If you begin by having an open mind, you’ll change your thoughts,

and your feelings will start changing as well. These feelings will

act as your guide to do things in a certain way.

In turn, your actions will be more focused and your results will be

in line with what you want. Changing your thoughts consciously will

help change your attitude as well.

As a result of this, your vibrations raise and become your fuel to

reach out and help the universe help you. This is how you start

activating The Law of Attraction in your life.

Get Crystal Clear about What You Want


Let’s start by figuring out what exactly you want to be successful

at.  You may be thinking that it doesn’t matter which path you

choose. You just want to be successful no matter what. I know this

is how I felt at first. I like so many things that I thought I

could be successful at anything.

If you are like me, you’re not completely off the mark with that

belief, but I’ll help you determine what you can succeed at with

more ease and speed, while feeling happy and totally fulfilled.

In fact, yes, it is possible to become successful at nearly

anything you do. You may know people that seem to have the

Midas Touch… practically everything they do is a roaring success.

You may know of a person that seems to effortlessly attract amazing

opportunities, while you just watch from the sidelines. Or you have

a friend who has no trouble making loads of money, while you agonize

over paying your bills and cover your basic needs. And even your

next door neighbor has a genuine zest for life, while you feel

lost and confused much of the time.

How do they do it?  What do they have that you don’t?

The answer may surprise you !!


They are activating The Law of Attraction constantly

because they know who they are and what they really want!

Even though you and I know that in theory it’s possible to become

successful at anything, it is MUCH MORE LIKELY for you to become

successful at something you truly ENJOY and FEEL passionate about.

This is where the feelings we were taking about earlier come into

play, and this is exactly how the Law of Attraction starts working

for you.

Successful people in life have developed a strong relationship

with themselves. They have learned to trust themselves. They

believe they can achieve whatever goal they put their minds into.

They become very clear about their passions in life. Then, they

make a conscious choice to follow those passions with enthusiasm.

Their feelings dictate their daily actions and the vibrations they

emanate activate The Law of Attraction in their lives. They don’t

have to force themselves to work on their goals each day.  They

look forward to it because they are happy!

The results speak for themselves.  These people AUTOMATICALLY

attract lucrative opportunities, wealth, and a constant flow of

passionate endeavors to dive into.  It doesn’t seem like work to

them because they are having the time of their lives!

Take a moment to review some of your past endeavors right now.

What goals have you set in the past, and how did they turn out?

Were you successful? And most importantly… How did you feel

about your accomplishments?

Do you remember working toward something that wasn’t right for you

just because someone else was achieving success doing that very

thing?  Did you let your parents or teachers talk you into a

certain career because it paid well or offered “job security”?

How did it turn out for you?

You may notice something important as you complete your review…

Even if you were able to achieve a certain level of success at

something, it didn’t matter if you weren’t happy doing it!

Sadly, this type of success won’t last long as it won’t hold

meaning for you. How many unhappy successful people do you know?

There are quite a few out there! Can you call “this” a real success?

It’s NOT All About the Money!


I remember back in the early 1990’s when I obtained my first

high-paying job.  I was thrilled and eager to prove myself as successful. I dove into the job with all I had to give!  I worked hard and made great strides. My supervisor

was definitely impressed.

But within a few short months, I started feeling miserable.  The

job had become a supreme bore and I had to force myself to show up

for work each day.  In no time at all, I realized that the money I

was earning couldn’t justify the sense of emptiness and frustration

I endured on a daily basis.  It just wasn’t worth it!

Perhaps you’ve had a similar experience?  If so, you’ve quickly

realized that money is nothing more than the icing on the cake.

Living a fulfilled life is about achieving balance, not just about

the money.


The True Essence of Success is Doing what You LOVE.

LOVE is the greatest Attracting Force of the Universe.

When You do what You Love, You Activate the Law of Attraction.

Prosperity is a Naturally-Occurring BENEFIT.


If you want to be successful, take some time to get to know

yourself.  Figure out what makes you tick, what you really feel

passionate about.  Don’t look only at the activities themselves,

but the underlying essence of what they involve.

Let’s say that you have a love for sports, but you’re not really

sure why.  Look at the various aspects of sports-related activities

and consider which of them appeal to you most.

Do you love the thrill of competition, the challenge of strategy,

or the spirit of teamwork? Perhaps you love the sense of

accomplishment that results from honing your mind and body into

a fierce athletic machine?

When you understand what you feel passionate about, what you really

want, and WHY you want it, you will be heading in the right


This is how you start the motion that feeds the cycle of abundance

to infinity… when you feel passionate about what you do, you feel

delighted doing meaningful work, you feel proud of yourself, you

believe in yourself, you do a great job, you are happy, you attract

more of the same, you become a success!

Take some time TODAY and figure out what your passion is. Do not

postpone it or procrastinate. This is the very first step towards

achievement of your dreams. This step is a must.

Start by asking yourself this question and let your creative juices

flow… If I had all the money needed to live a life of comfort…

what would I be doing to fill my life with happiness?

The next important step is to plot your course and plan your

strategy, which we will cover in detail tomorrow.

Thank you for sharing this wonderful story Tamara Baruhovich !!!

Enjoy the Boundryless journey toward clearly defining Your Passions!

Remember Living Boundrylessly is truly Living your Passion!!!



Make the Choice… Take Charge of your Life !

Enjoying the Sweet Reward of Choice....from the Top of the World!
Enjoying the Sweet Reward of Choice….from the Top of the World!

From Adam Shepard, Scratch Beginnings:

I was discovering that life just simply isn’t fair, but the difference emerges among the people that accept that idea–embrace it even–and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.

In his provocative book, Scratch Beginnings: Me, $25, and the Search for the American Dream, Adam Shepard undertakes a year-long experiment to ascertain first-hand the state of the American Dream. Challenging himself to start with next-to-nothing and–within a year’s time–accrue $2500.00 in savings, live in a furnished apartment (solo or with roommate) and possess a vehicle, Adam travels out of state, where he has no contacts, arriving with only $25.00 and the clothes on his back. Within ten months, Adam has met his stated goals and exceeded his own expectations by saving $5000.00. He achieves this without help from friends, family or the credit card he keeps in his pocket for emergencies. Further, when applying for jobs, he never discloses he is a college graduate. A crucial ingredient to Adam’s success is his lack of self-pity: he is instead occupied in taking action to reach his objectives. This is a trait you will always see with successful people.

Adam’s journey starts in Charleston, South Carolina, where, with $25.00 in his pocket, the first roof over his head is the local homeless shelter. From this humble base (and with the help of food stamps) he takes on any job offered. Breaking with the current social norm, Adam cheerfully accepts as fact that when you have nothing, no job is beneath you, and from cleaning up dog crap in backyards in summer heat to every other form of day labor he works from sunrise to sunset. Adam firmly applies his work ethic to his goal of leaving the shelter as soon as possible. He considers any job better than sitting around and by working an odd assortment of jobs, creates a forward momentum, eventually getting hired by a moving company at a starting rate of $7.00 an hour, which, over time, grows to ten dollars an hour, enabling him to vacate the homeless shelter and progress to a shared apartment. After observing other shelter residents prematurely leave, only to end up back in the shelter again when hit with unanticipated expenses, Adam pointedly remains at the shelter until he’s saved up adequate funds all the while maintaining an extremely frugal life style, scrimping every dollar possible i.e. neither restaurant meals nor vacations, and all clothing purchases are second-hand. Adam’s imperative to leave the homeless shelter is tendered with patience–as well as the sacrifices necessary to ensure that once he gets out he’ll stay out.

Adam understands that which many people miss: forward movement often requires personal sacrifice–or, you can’t have it all, all the time. Such choices may bring about phases in your life which are out of balance, e.g. you might even have to work seven days a week, and not only without a vacation, but going to bed each night wiped out from the day’s work, all the while saving every dollar possible and delaying all your favorite gratifications. However, you’d be surprised what you can make happen in just a year of deliberate and focused work. Later, once things get going, you can ease up on the reins and into a more balanced–and comfortable–lifestyle.

Adam encounters all sorts of people throughout his journey. There are some content with living and hanging out at the shelter all day, while others have ended up at the shelter with more ambition, forming determined plans to get back on their feet and depart the shelter circuit. He notices this second group don’t blame anyone else for their circumstances, but accept full accountability, bolster it with a solid work ethic and a vision of where they want to be–and how to get there.

Scratch Beginnings is a rebuttal to (and rejection of) Nickel and Dimed, journalist Barbara Ehrenreich’s undercover investigative account on whether the so-called “working poor” could survive on minimum wage employment. Over the course of several months, Ehrenreich hired on as waitress, Wal-Mart associate, nursing home assistant, and franchise service house maid, concluding that holding a single minimum wage job was insufficient for reasonable subsistence. What Barbara failed to realize is that increasing the minimum wage will drive up the price of everything else and people will be right back where they started. In paying higher wages to workers, employers will, in turn, charge more for products and services. The question is not whether people can subsist on the minimum wage, but why would anyone settle for a subsistence lifestyle? If you have to start out there, fine, I respect anyone who works over those who would mooch off others. But why stay at a minimum wage job? People can do better than that and should strive to do so. In fact, in a labor market, minimum wage jobs are supposed to be terrible–this motivates people to accumulate relevant skills. I worked a few minimum wage jobs in my previous life and never in my mind did I consider staying at any of them.

In our current economic retraction, I hear more bitching from people than ever. People complain about the difficulties of the job market and how the government isn’t helping them enough. While there may may be some truth to this, I never hear these same people bitching about their own complicity in this mess. This doesn’t surprise me, as blaming others, and circumstances, is a common denominator among the unsuccessful.

Find yourself in a predicament? Instead of blaming others, why not take the time to make an honest self-assessment? If you are willing to be this ruthless with yourself, of understanding why you are where you are at this point in time, then you will be able to move forward from here. Clarity may not always be pleasant but there is beauty in the truth and, often, dramatic life changes can result.

The single thing you have control over is this: what are you prepared to do now? Are you content with blaming others, effectively avoiding progression, and ensuring your continuing plummet into mediocrity and irrelevance? Or are you prepared to take responsibility for your life and focus on your potential?

In my experience, moving forward requires your becoming completely fed up and disgusted with yourself–otherwise it’s easier to give up and blame others when things get tough. People who give up at the first roadblock were never serious about the goal in the first place. Perhaps it sounded good or someone else recommended it to them. In contrast, when there’s a real commitment, roadblocks are simply obstacles to blast though on the way to the goal. They are not only expected but overcome with full force and no regrets.

A good friend of mine always claimed to want his own business but the timing was never right. Then, one day he went to the office and was overcome by nausea. The idea of even one more day at that job caused him to feel sick to his stomach–a sure-fire sign he was ready to move on. The state of being completely fed up with yourself and your circumstances means you are ready to move on and push forward with full commitment. Pursuing a goal with an ambivalent or cavalier attitude is a red flag for ensuing failure.

Occasionally, people tell me that if their entrepreneurial pursuit fails to bear fruit, they’ll just return to their old job. I tell them to give up now, since they lack sincerity in their effort. At such times, the last thing on your mind should be visions of your plans not working out. Focus so intently upon what it is you intend to achieve that such thoughts never enter the mind. That sort of negative reality only serves those people who strive for mediocrity, not those who wish to see positive–and dramatic–outcomes to their dreams.

Life seems not always fair, no doubt. Everyone encounters problems, ranging from the inconvenient to the immense, yet ultimately each of us must take individual charge of our lives. As long as you remain focused upon what others should be doing for you (i.e. the past), you cannot move forward into the future. This is the realm of the loser. Winners are too focused on what they can do–and are too busy doing it–to concern themselves with circumstances.

Be Boundryless… Use the power of choice….and Take Charge of your life NOW!!!

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Being Boundryless… Like the ocean waves !

 Ocean Waves


Have you ever wished you could remain more calm in a situation, or when facing a challenge. Or even under adversity be better able to make a decision. You need to go no further than water to learn.

When you watch water at a beach, it recedes for a time, and then returns crashing the white foam waves onto shore. Next time you need to make a decision, or face a challenge that feels so big, be like that wave, step back for a moment, to see the bigger picture. This will usually give you a much better view of not only what you are facing, but a solution to the problem as well.

So next time, when facing that challenge that perhaps seems perplexing or overwhelming….be like Boundryless nature…the wave, step back, gather what you need, then move forward with  Confidence past the rocks of challenge to Boundryless Victory!!

Here’s something that may help you ….

“When water is pure and sparkling clear, you see straight to the bottom.

When your mind holds no concern, no circumstance can turn you.

And once your mind doesn’t stray … then you are residing in (Boundryless) spaciousness.

From such awareness nothing hides.” – Han shan

Enjoy the Happiness and Freedom that comes from Living Boundryless!!!

Boundryless Reading … Boundryless Understanding


Have you every hoped for extra time to enjoy your favorite read. Or if like me, have multiple areas of interest, with multiple reads you would like to enjoy, if only there was more time. Well here’s a great read for you. A  friend recently shared this with me, felt the need to share with all of you. Hope this helps and please share your results.

How much more could you get done if you completed all of your required reading in 1/3 or 1/5 the time?

Increasing reading speed is a process of controlling fine motor movement—period…nada….that easy.

This post will show you an amazingly simple approach.

Well, here it is …

From a single 3-hour cognitive experiment, produced an average increase in reading speed of 386%.

It was tested with speakers of five languages, and even dyslexics were conditioned to read technical material at more than 3,000 words-per-minute (wpm), or 10 pages per minute. One page every 6 seconds. By comparison, the average reading speed in the US is 200-300 wpm (1/2 to 1 page per minute), with the top 1% of the population reading over 400 wpm…

If you understand several basic principles of the human visual system, you can eliminate inefficiencies and increase speed while improving retention.

To perform the exercises in this post and see the results, you will need: a book of 200+ pages that can lay flat when open, a pen, and a timer (a stop watch with alarm or kitchen timer is ideal). You should complete the 20 minutes of exercises in one session.

First, several definitions and distinctions specific to the reading process:

A) Synopsis: You must minimize the number and duration of fixations per line to increase speed.

You do not read in a straight line, but rather in a sequence of saccadic movements (jumps). Each of these saccades ends with a fixation, or a temporary snapshot of the text within you focus area (approx. the size of a quarter at 8? from reading surface). Each fixation will last ¼ to ½ seconds in the untrained subject. To demonstrate this, close one eye, place a fingertip on top of that eyelid, and then slowly scan a straight horizontal line with your other eye-you will feel distinct and separate movements and periods of fixation.

B) Synopsis: You must eliminate regression and back-skipping to increase speed.

The untrained subject engages in regression (conscious rereading) and back-skipping (subconscious rereading via misplacement of fixation) for up to 30% of total reading time.

C) Synopsis: You must use conditioning drills to increase horizontal peripheral vision span and the number of words registered per fixation.

Untrained subjects use central focus but not horizontal peripheral vision span during reading, foregoing up to 50% of their words per fixation (the number of words that can be perceived and “read” in each fixation).

You will …

1) learn technique

2) learn to apply techniques with speed through conditioning

3) learn to test yourself with reading for comprehension.

These are separate, and your adaptation to the sequencing depends on keeping them separate. Do not worry about comprehension if you are learning to apply a motor skill with speed, for example. The adaptive sequence is: technique ‘ technique with speed ‘ comprehensive reading testing.

As a general rule, you will need to practice technique at 3x the speed of your ultimate target reading speed. Thus, if you currently read at 300 wpm and your target reading speed is 900 wpm, you will need to practice technique at 1,800 words-per-minute, or 6 pages per minute (10 seconds per page).

We will cover two main techniques in this introduction:

1) Trackers and Pacers (to address A and B above)
2) Perceptual Expansion (to address C)

First – Determining Baseline

To determine your current reading speed, take your practice book (which should lay flat when open on a table) and count the number of words in 5 lines. Divide this number of words by 5, and you have your average number of words-per-line.

Example: 62 words/5 lines = 12.4, which you round to 12 words-per-line

Next, count the number of text lines on 5 pages and divide by 5 to arrive at the average number of lines per page. Multiply this by average number of words-per-line, and you have your average number of words per page.

Example: 154 lines/5 pages = 30.8, rounded to 31 lines per page x 12 words-per-line = 372 words per page

Mark your first line and read with a timer for 1 minute exactly-do not read faster than normal, and read for comprehension. After exactly one minute, multiply the number of lines by your average words-per-line to determine your current words-per-minute (wpm) rate.

Second – Trackers and Pacers

Regression, back-skipping, and the duration of fixations can be minimized by using a tracker and pacer. To illustrate the importance of a tracker-did you use a pen or finger when counting the number of words or lines in above baseline calculations? If you did, it was for the purpose of tracking-using a visual aid to guide fixation efficiency and accuracy. Nowhere is this more relevant than in conditioning reading speed by eliminating such inefficiencies.

For the purposes of this article, we will use a pen. Holding the pen in your dominant hand, you will underline each line (with the cap on), keeping your eye fixation above the tip of the pen. This will not only serve as a tracker, but it will also serve as a pacer for maintaining consistent speed and decreasing fixation duration. You may hold it as you would when writing, but it is recommended that you hold it under your hand, flat against the page.

1) Technique (2 minutes):

Practice using the pen as a tracker and pacer. Underline each line, focusing above the tip of the pen. DO NOT CONCERN YOURSELF WITH COMPREHENSION. Keep each line to a maximum of 1 second, and increase the speed with each subsequent page. Read, but under no circumstances should you take longer than 1 second per line.

2) Speed (3 minutes):

Repeat the technique, keeping each line to no more than ½ second (2 lines for a single “one-one-thousand”). Some will comprehend nothing, which is to be expected. Maintain speed and technique-you are conditioning your perceptual reflexes, and this is a speed exercise designed to facilitate adaptations in your system. Do not decrease speed. ½ second per line for 3 minutes; focus above the pen and concentrate on technique with speed. Focus on the exercise, and do not daydream.

Third – Perceptual Expansion

If you focus on the center of your computer screen (focus relating to the focal area of the fovea in within the eye), you can still perceive and register the sides of the screen. Training peripheral vision to register more effectively can increase reading speed over 300%. Untrained readers use up to ½ of their peripheral field on margins by moving from 1st word to last, spending 25-50% of their time “reading” margins with no content.

To illustrate, let us take the hypothetical one line: “Once upon a time, students enjoyed reading four hours a day.” If you were able to begin your reading at “time” and finish the line at “four”, you would eliminate 6 of 11 words, more than doubling your reading speed. This concept is easy to implement and combine with the tracking and pacing you’ve already practiced.

1) Technique (1 minute):

Use the pen to track and pace at a consistent speed of one line per second. Begin 1 word in from the first word of each line, and end 1 word in from the last word.

DO NOT CONCERN YOURSELF WITH COMPREHENSION. Keep each line to a maximum of 1 second, and increase the speed with each subsequent page. Read, but under no circumstances should you take longer than 1 second per line.

2) Technique (1 minute):

Use the pen to track and pace at a consistent speed of one line per second. Begin 2 words in from the first word of each line, and end 2 words in from the last word.

3) Speed (3 minutes):

Begin at least 3 words in from the first word of each line, and end 3 words in from the last word. Repeat the technique, keeping each line to no more than ½ second (2 lines for a single “one-one-thousand”).

Some will comprehend nothing, which is to be expected. Maintain speed and technique-you are conditioning your perceptual reflexes, and this is a speed exercise designed to facilitate adaptations in your system. Do not decrease speed. ½ second per line for 3 minutes; focus above the pen and concentrate on technique with speed. Focus on the exercise, and do not daydream.

Fourth – Calculate New WPM Reading Speed

Mark your first line and read with a timer for 1 minute exactly- Read at your fastest comprehension rate. Multiply the number of lines by your previously determined average words-per-line to get determine your new words-per-minute (wpm) rate.

Congratulations on completing your cursory overview of some of the techniques that can be used to accelerate human cognition (defined as the processing and use of information).

Final recommendations: If used for study, it is recommended that you not read 3 assignments in the time it would take you to read one, but rather, read the same assignment 3 times for exposure and recall improvement, depending on relevancy to testing.

Coming up…how my friend and I used Remote Viewing and our discoveries!!!