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SHOW NOTES: Our MANAGEMENT MAGICIANS™ series is dedicated to those exceptional few who step forward to serve as guides, sages and responsible parties for others in pursuit of the greater good for society and their organization! These are managers who redefine their job titles to ensure their own personal contentment as they motivate, monitor and mentor their team members each day. The “magic” that a talented manager is able to create changes their lives, the lives of their team members and ripples throughout the larger society. We salute their sacrifices and share their techniques and “secrets” to achieving sustained positive experiences for themselves, clients, customers, peers, team members, and the public at large! In this episode, our topic is, “I love being a leader! Yet, I am lonely. Is it really lonely at the top?”
Tonight my very special guest James Perloff. James is the author of Truth Is a Lonely Warrior.
If you are one of the many who sense that something just isn't right with the explanations we are given for wars, our dying economy, and other world events, this book is your ticket. Jim connects all the dots by presenting an in depth analysis which exposes the corporate controlled media lies and the globalist one world government agenda.
For this part of the interview, we focus on Chapter 1 of his book which deals with the creation of war through the deception of false flags to implement a world government. Jim starts our discussion with the sinking of the Maine and then takes us through WWI, WWII, The Korean War, Vietnam and Iraq.
I think you’ll find Jim’s knowledge and insights to be most impressive.
Jim’s other books which are also available at Amazon.com are: The Shadows of Power, Tornadoes in a Junkyard and The Case Against Darwin.
British singer/songwriter Sam Smith has a powerful debut CD, In The Lonely Hour. I was introduced to him through the lead single, Stay With Me and was interested in hearing more. So you will you still feel lonely after listening to Smith's CD? Tune into Saturday Night Spotlight inside Studio C to find out!
There are times in life when we are, either by our choice or someone elses, alone. Today we'll be looking at the diffrences between being alone and lonely. Lonliness and solitude are two sides to the same coin. There are gifts to be found in those quiet moments when we are alone with our thoughts and empowerment in being content in your own company.
We not only stay in bad relationships to avoid loneliness, but we initiate relationships as a solution to our loneliness. We get involved with people that we would never date but for the loneliness. I had a friend who once took up with a man who lived in a basement room with no windows, had once been a mortician and admitted to her almost immediately (within 10 minutes) when they met that he has shot someone. This fella was so scary that I asked her to not let him know where I lived. Seriously. I have also watched more than one person get married because they thought they were running out of time to have children or get married; they were scared of lonelines. We tolerate unacceptable behavior from friends, family and partners to abate loneliness.
When you are single and not lonely, it is easier to ignore the external pressures surrounding getting married and enjoy being single. But, when you are single and lonely, it is much harder to lay aside the pressure to be what others expect. It is easier to accept that there is something wrong with you or to feel hopeless because you are not married. If we take no action to address our feelings of loneliness and stay in that head space too long, those feelings can start to drive our decisions.
Feeling loneliness or fear from time to time as a single person is normal. In fact, it is normal for everyone. Problems arise when we make decisions that are designed to provide relief of temporary issues, like loneliness, but ultimately have long-term or permanent negative consequences. The desire for instant gratification, especially in relationships, rarely produces the best results.
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Nobody wants to be lonely. Perhaps you have “failed” in relationships or have yet to be in one. So you believe the answer to the longing of your lonely soul is "out there". You just need to find “her” or “him”, your ideal mate, the one that will fill your deep sense of lack with sex, companionship, total acceptance and more importantly, self-worth.
This approach assumes the cause of loneliness is outside of you. Your mind is the cause; how you see yourself in relationship to others.
ACIM says the perceiver is not separate from what he perceives. If he perceives lack, he will see himself lacking. Wholeness can only be restored to awareness through holy vision.
Holy vision is “another way of looking at the world” (Lesson 33) and therefore, of seeing ourselves. We are asked to see through the eyes of forgiveness.
Holy vision heals the separation we feel from one another. It is the final answer to why I am so lonely.
It “represents a very different view of yourself. By establishing your Source it establishes your Identity and it describes you as you must really be in truth (holy).”
Lessons 32-46 begin to undo a belief system based on separation and lack because holiness is unlimited in its power. “Through your holiness the power of God is made manifest. And there is nothing the power of God cannot do.”
All power belongs to our Creator, our mind shares in it because it is not separate from Source and will “eventually overcome completely the sense of loneliness and abandonment all the separated ones experience."
Call (347) 215-6833, press 1 on the live show with questions. Prior to the show, visit my website www.healingwitheft.com to contact me.