• Comment from Positive Ambassador member Terrill Hall on The Call To Adventure Download Lesson

    Comment by TERRILL HALL I ENJOYED YOUR PRESENTATION, ” BE STILL AND HEAR THE CALL”. I’M CALLED OFTEN. MOST OFTEN IT COMES FROM MY SPIRITUAL TEACHER. I KNOW THE VOICE WHEN I HEAR IT, BUT STILL ALLOW MYSELF TO BE ENGULFED IN A WORLD OF DISTRACTIONS. LIFE BECOMES COMPLICATED WHEN I DON’T ANSWER THE CALL. THE FROG IN THE STORY (FOR ME IN MY LIFE) IS MY SPIRITUAL TEACHER. WHEN I’M AT MY LOWEST POINT MY FOCUS BECOMES KNOWN TO MY TEACHER AND MAGICALLY HE APPEARS TO ME. RENEWAL HAS ALWAYS BEEN MAGICAL. THE NEW YEAR BRINGS NEW IDEAS, NEW CHALLENGES AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE. (I CAN DO BETTER, AND I WILL) THIS…

  • time for deep reflection

    Family Man, A Christmas Carol, It’s a Wonderful Life, Ground Hog Day, Leap Year, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, Miracle On 32nd Street, What do these movies have in common?   They all center around holidays.  They all seem to focus on growth and spiritual experiences of the principal characters involved.  Not only do they focus on growth but they show the main characters moving into a whole new way of being or new level of living.  Me personally that is what I truly think that holidays are all about.  A ritual and story designed to bring about growth and transformation of character.   Will the ground-hog see his shadow?  Will we see our shadow?  Will I be focused…

  • Getting God’s Attention

    Recently I had a conversation with some friends and one of them brought up a subject that had been brought up before.  I have not been able to stop thinking about it ever since.  He mentioned how not too long ago he had moved to a new level in his spirituality.  He had gotten to a place where he was able to dialogue with God and the Universe.  This is something I have been talking about doing ever since I wrote my first book “What If My Soul Is Eternal And Heaven Is Everywhere?”  My friend did not like this idea at first but in more recent times tried it…

  • Needing Something More

    I was watching General Hospital yesterday and something caught my eye.  Two brothers Ethan and Lucky were talking.  Ethan was telling Lucky that he knew he wanted something more besides all that he was blessed with.  Lucky has kids and a woman who loves him, Elizabeth the love of his life.  She also happens to be his ex-wife and mother of his boys.  She wants him back with her and the boys.  Ethan was telling Lucky he can have it all and it is ok to want more.  The “more” that he was referring to was some sort of adventure to be wrapped up in. I agree we all need something that makes us alive…