On: Freedom

New Year Message

A message from Sivan for the New Year!

Epic Fails

There is something magnificent about imperfection, silliness, goofyness and the all around ability to just BE!

How much of my young life, and how much effort and how much drama, and how much desperation did I put into being “Cool!”?

Oh man! I strived to be cool, the coolest of cools like no other.

Yet, invariably, every single time I was having a moment, like, “I am just the coolest ever!” life would create a big FAIL!

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We all have History

I recently posted about how we remember and describe our past. Because this has been discussed by so many people lately, I want to go into it further.

We all have history. We all have a past. That past and how we choose to see it becomes our identity. We strengthen our attachment to our pain, by telling our ‘story’ over and over again. My own example is as follows:

I was raised pretty poor. Not the poorest, but what most would consider poor.

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You are, who you are, everywhere you are, with every single thing you are doing.

You have the freedom to bring all of your amazing talents and gifts to all tasks.

You have qualities, characteristics, gifts and an imagination that are unique to you.

You can tap into the entirety of your being all of the time.

That makes everything you do valuable and important. It makes getting up in the morning a potential act of changing the world. It means that washing dishes and mopping floors can be a vehicle for your gifts.

It makes every moment magical!

Your intention and manifestation of your most beautiful and amazing self, will send out waves of healing and inspiration. You may not know who you affect, but you will feel the change and uplifted feelings in YOU!

- Sivan Garr

All things that we feel block us from moving forward, are exactly the things that can lead us to our freedom.

- Sivan Garr

Is Your Past Blocking Your Future?

Yesterday, I got a mammogram. No, this is not a story about my mammogram, but one day I will write the story of what happened during my first mammogram ever. I was forty (which is the typical age when women begin to get mammograms). It was hilarious and tragic all at the same time. Now, I am a mammogram pro.

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