We are literally surrounded by information – everywhere we go and in everything we do. Some of it is obvious to us:
- On our phones and online we are bombarded with messages, ads, invitations and suggestions daily
- We read hardcopy (books, billboards, instructions)
- We observe others’ behavior relative to our own (e.g.how fast the other cars around us are traveling on the freeway vs. how fast our car is traveling)
- We can observe things around us (nature, behavior, activities, politics)
- We can notice things happening within us or to those we care about (aches, pain, bodily functions, emotional shifts)
- We can hear and sense things changing (creaks, shifts, motion)
These are only a limited sphere of observations, limited by our senses, by what we’ve been taught to notice, and by our own experiences.
There’s a whole world of information that we haven’t been taught to notice – that can help us better navigate our lives here on earth.
This month I’m inviting you to delve deeper into what we haven’t been taught to notice. Information that is essential for each of us, that we can use daily.
Join me on January 26th at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern for Seven Ways to Get Important Messages from Your Own Life Experiences. [Click here to claim your seat.]
You’ll be amazed when you discover the information that is available to you every day that you are not aware of.
Once you learn to access this information you’ll be amazed at how your daily perceptions will change. You’ll notice an improvement in your decision-making. Your perceptions of relationships and the situations you find yourself in will also start to change.