Hi Dreamers & Soul Searchers!
I'm super pumped about the THIRD reading selection for the Roxy Talks Book Club: The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. I'm in awe of the concepts in this book, I couldn't put it down! If you joined me for Mindset Monday on August 16th, 2021 - then you heard me RAVE on and on about it since these concepts were applicable to many of the questions I received. It's a GAME CHANGER! Learn to conquer hidden fears and limiting beliefs and take a huge LEAP into a life of greatness!
Personally, this book has already changed my life. I want to know what it does for you!
I just finished Chapter 6 and I laughed at the discussion about Time Cops VS Time Slackers. I am the former for sure - currently in recovery. I used to be SO scheduled and I would get really upset when anyone interfered with those plans. That was a decade ago. I've learned how to really go with the flow. I love the idea that WE are the source of time and we create it. I'm still wrapping my head around this and have decided to go on the "No complaints about time" diet. Has anyone done this? I would love to hear your results? Do we have any other Time Cops here?
Excellent read! Makes so much sense. Bravo!!!
been reading before work and on my lunch break - keeping me in an extra good vibration at work. Feeling the joy of the whole journey rather than waiting to be satisfied for the future. As I read, it feels like a truth so obvious that it goes unnoticed. I really like this book club forum - this was a good idea :)
Hendricks’ The Big Leap introduces its readers to the unconscious limits they put on themselves. Hendricks coins this as the Upper Limited Problem (the “ULP”) in its earlier chapters. The book is thought-provoking. It provides critical insight into the ULP in other people’s lives and provides the knowledge to allow the reader to perform their own ULP autopsy. I didn’t realise that my pattern of behaviour and thinking was actively keeping abundance out of my life. As I began to resonate with this idea more, I noticed that this is the issue that the 360 Approach attempted to tackle.
The book is incredible! And when read in tandem with your resources, it provides for limitless potential. Although, I would like to comment that there are too many capitalisations in the book for my liking which may have the tendency to create new definitions which we should seek to break. For example, the capitalisation of the “Upper Limit Problem” could lead some readers to place undue weight on the notion, thus leading them down a spiral of self-doubt. I feel that only diligent and careful readers will realise that placing emphasis on the problem will beget more problems, whereas newbies to LOA may struggle with this concept and criticise themselves too much (I only speak from experience with the LOA community).
In order to overcome the ULP, we must remember that the law of attraction is easy and always working out for us. Even when we find ourselves committing manifestational sins (i.e. emotional outbursts, reaction to the 3D world), we must bring to the forefront of our conscience that these acts do not majorly inhibit us from our manifestations.
As mentioned on yesterday's Mindset Monday I've finished reading (listening to) & working through The Big Leap & discovered my genius!! My genius is creativity & imagination. Running free in imagination & play. Growing up as a child I would be off in the woods somewhere with nothing but a wooden sword & my imagination whilst the other kids where off playing football (soccer). I loved & was always inspired by movies such as Star Wars & the Lord of the Rings. In an afternoon of play I'd lived in the world of my imagination, adventured as the Hero, I always got the girl (I always get the girl/SP) & won the day. When other kids joined in they would live in my world & follow my lead.