Newsletters related to Positive Intention

This page shows all Seishindo Newsletters related to Positive Intention by date with the latest at the top of the list. Click on any to read more. You can also subscribe to our Newsletter to ensure you don’t miss any going forward.

  • Tapping in the the Potential Benefits of Stress
    November 1, 2013

    When you change the way you think about stress, you will change your response to stress, and this will enable you to use the signs of stress that show up in your daily life as a way to help you become healthier and happier.

  • Everyday Anger Management
    October 15, 2013

    The angrier someone is over a long period of time, the more difficulty they have in expressing their full range of emotions. Their anger overwhelms them and blocks out the possibility of them feeling emotions like sadness, happiness, and love.

  • Say yes to success
    October 1, 2013

    What happens for many of us is that without realizing it, we often have competing goals and desires. We say that we want to be successful, and or emotionally fulfilled, and yet we find ourselves not fully agreeing with our stated intention.

  • Building better relationships
    August 1, 2013

    You can build better relationships by learning how to understand and appreciate the perspectives of others. In fact I would say that many of the challenges we face when in relationship are due to the fact that we don’t truly understand the other person.

  • Positive Intention: With yourself
    June 1, 2013

    Today’s podcast walks you through how to use the concept of positive intention to forge a better relationship with yourself.

  • It’s a new day, a new dawn – Positive Intention with others
    May 15, 2013

    Today’s podcast again discusses the concept of “positive intention”. This podcast talks about how to improve your relationships with others, by assuming that people really do want to be involved in relationships that serve all parties involved.

  • Positive Intention
    May 1, 2013

    Positive intention is a fundamental concept you can use to improve your relationship with others, and also to improve your relationship with yourself. Positive intention is- An intention or goal that is meant to bring about beneficial results for everyone involved. No one is hurt or demeaned along the way.

  • The Risks and Rewards of Personal Freedom
    April 1, 2013

    The quality of your life depends on feeling your essence, and living the design that is you. If you are a fish your life needs to be all about swimming. If you are a bird your life needs to be all about flying and spreading your message of freedom.

  • Thoughts to Ponder – 7
    March 15, 2013

    “When we find inspiration, we need to take action for ourselves and for our communities. Even if it means making a hard choice, or cutting out something and leaving it in your past.” Aron Ralston

  • Thoughts to Ponder – 6
    February 28, 2013

    “If we could agree that for six months we would not ask How?…this might elevate the state of not knowing to being an acceptable condition of our existence rather than a problem to be solved. – Peter Block

  • Thoughts to Ponder – 5
    February 15, 2013

    Is there anything in life, that is really worth doing, That is “easy” to accomplish? When you say, “But it won’t be easy!” Are you really saying that you doubt whether or not you are capable?

  • Thoughts to Ponder
    December 1, 2012

    “In the measurement world, you set a goal and strive for it. In the universe of possibility, you set the context and let life unfold.” When desiring to be more successful, rather than trying to push through life, allow life to unfold.

  • Wide-angle Perspective
    November 1, 2012

    Your physiology plays a major role in determining your emotional state and how you perceive the world. You and your world change when you slow down and allow yourself to have an open focus, wide angle perspective.

  • A Description of the Seishindo MindBody Coaching – Part 4
    July 3, 2012

    “Symptoms” or “problems” alert you to the fact that what you are currently doing is not working all that well. Every symptom or seeming problem is thus a communication of a positive need for change.

  • Suffering and happiness
    April 16, 2012

    A paradox is a thought, belief, or statement that appears to be contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a truth. We often get caught up in the paradoxical differences between “What we think is best and what we actually do.”

  • Courage in the face of perceived failure
    December 15, 2011

    The fear of failure is an emotion that knocks on everyone’s door at one time or another… This story of my work with a client might help you to learn something about yourself.

  • Simplicity
    November 5, 2011

    What I’ve learned over time, is that high quality solutions are invariably simple. Conversely, when people feel incapable of finding a path forward, they invariably formulate their challenge in a way that’s overly complex. It’s the complication they’ve built up in their mind, that obscures their solution.

  • Orienting to Success
    October 31, 2011

    “In the process of orienting towards being successful, I realize that the more I want something the more I tend to worry. From this point onwards I’m going to focus on transforming my dreams, into positively oriented actions.”

  • Living Calmness
    September 1, 2011

    In Seishindo we believe… Each person is very much like a snowflake. Unique, Never to be duplicated, And with a life that’s over all too quickly. A key task in life is learning how to appreciate our uniqueness rather than comparing our self to others, or lamenting about what we are not.

  • Problems First – Toyota
    July 15, 2011

    Today’s story is an updated version of a story I often share with my Executive Coaching clients. I think the wisdom of the Toyota approach of “Problems first” has a lot to offer you in the day to day living of your life.

  • Mushin – A concept of innocent simplicity
    May 1, 2011

    A Japanese architect told me the following- The simpler you make something, the more obvious the obstructions in your thinking appear. In the early stages of each new design, I look forward to discovering the weaknesses in my thinking.

  • The more you resist, the more you restrict… what is possible
    April 18, 2011

    The opposite of something you believe to be true, can also be true, And from time to time I find it important to remember this. Niels Bohr said, “The opposite of a fact is a falsehood, but the opposite of one profound truth may very well be another profound truth.”