With this beautiful background, I thought I'd bring up the concept from physics called buoyancy, or upthrust. Buoyancy is a principle of an upward force exerted by a fluid opposing the weight of an immersed object. That's why boats, you, and I float.
In scuba diving, you see the scuba divers that wear these vests, right? So when divers go down, after a certain depth, we become negatively buoyant, and we just keep sinking. So those vests allow us to put air in them to compensate for that which is why they are called buoyancy compensating devices.
Therefore, we can just hang out, wherever that is, 80 feet, 100 feet, and boom, just sit in neutral and hover in the water without any effort, no kicking, no swimming, just there. Because you're in a fluid. So without this, we're negatively buoyant, and we just keep sinking.
Let's take that concept out of physics and from scuba diving and into your life. Where do you have a buoyancy compensation device for you, so you don't get pulled...
Take a breath. And let me ask you this question...
How does it serve you by playing small?
Yeah, I know that's an in-your-face kind of question right off the bat. So let me repeat it. How does it serve you by playing small.
I know it served me in the way that if I didn't play big, I couldn't fail. That was an easy out. And that seems to be a pattern with a lot of people that I work with as well.
We can't fail if we don't go big.
This leads us to living a life of mediocrity- of living a life of so-called 'safety and security'. So we do enough just to be good, but not strive for excellence, not to go for that greatness. But that's not who you are. And that's not what you're made of. So how does that play out for most people?
Well, they take jobs that don't fulfill them, they keep a job for insurance, they marry for money, or they marry because their family wants them to, instead of finding that soulmate, that true love that, that inspires them for everything that they stand for,...
Did you know that before 1970 Type 2 Diabetes didn’t even exist? Back then, they called it Adult Onset Diabetes. Now, there are over 20 million people diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in the U.S.
How did that happen? The answer is simple… Just take a look at the food industry and all of the refined food—especially refined sugar—that’s being put out to consume. We’re talking about chemicals that are engineered and created to replace real food content. The problem is these chemicals are not meant to be in our bodies.
In today’s video, I want to talk to you a bit more about how the food industry has created this problem that now you and I have to face. But I also want to share with you:
You’ve heard the concept that knowledge is power. But if knowledge truly was power, then simply knowing about something that is good for you would be enough. Yet, in most cases, you’ll find that isn’t enough.
The reason is that knowledge is NOT power—ACTION is.
Being able to apply any and all information you have is where true power and change comes from. Whether it’s in relationships, your professional life, your health, or in any area of your life, it’s your capacity to use the information you have that will allow you to transform your life.
That’s why, in today’s video, I want to share with you:
While the truths I am sharing with you today apply to all areas of your life, it’s in one particular area that you will reap the most benefits if you change from a perspective of seeking knowledge to a...
There’s a soccer stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil commonly known as 'XV de Piracicaba' – a large and once beautiful structure, home to some great soccer games. but years of poor maintenance and corruption in regards to money that was supposed to be used to take care of the stadium resulted in a stadium in a state of disrepair.
The reason I share this story with you is that fundamentally—we get what we tolerate.
It’s as true in the 'XV of Piracicaba' as it is in our own lives, our relationships, our health. In every area of our lives, we get what we tolerate.
In today’s video, I want to share with you:
It’s time for you to draw a line in the sand and get clear on what you want....
Often times we allow trauma and hardship in our lives to determine the way we live. Trauma is real. Hardship is real. But what I want to invite you to consider, is that while we commonly think that life happens to us, it’s actually more that life happens for us.
You can choose to be a victim of life and your circumstances. Or you can choose to be a victor, and come out on the other side of the process of pain and trauma with greater character and strength.
In today’s video, I want to share with you:
Watch my video to learn how to understand the way your body is communicating with you, so you can translate the message, take appropriate action, get stronger and move on as a victor!
To reclaim your energy and make sure your body buzzes like a tuned-up Mustang,...
Do you know what the Nuremberg Code of 1947, the Helsinki Declaration, and the Geneva Declaration have in common?
They are protections that were created after the atrocities of World War ll. These were critical protections because physicians were performing involuntary medical experiments on human beings. These codes of ethics were created to help doctors improve the overall well-being of their patients.
But even with those declarations and codes—to this day—we keep seeing, over and over, what is essentially experimentation on humans… and it’s now up to each of us—up to you—to take ownership of our own wellbeing and decide what we allow on our bodies.
Today, I want to share with you:
The power to choose...
Did you know you’re basically a mind reader? Your innate intuition is incredible and you’re capable of seeing much more than what’s simply on the surface. Don’t believe me? Take a look at today’s video and I’ll prove it to you.
You’ll see how well you are able to see what’s really inside a person—and as you realize that, you’ll also learn how easy it is to change what’s inside, and outside, in yourself.
Today, I want to share with you:
It’s time for you to learn how your body works and how your body and physicality can impact your inner wellbeing so quickly, and easily.
So, if you want me to prove to you that you can read minds—and why that’s an important thing to know—watch my video above!
#4 and the last in the Reconnect to Your Spirit & Strength Series
I recently presented to a yoga teacher training a group, soon-to-be yoga instructors. I covered a lot of topics, but one of them has popped up that I wanted to share with you now, and that was the concept of potential versus expression.
If you recall for decades the scientific dominant model of genetics Genetic determinism, which says that the genotype completely determines the phenotype, that is, the genes completely determine how an organism turns out.
Along comes a brand new science called epigenetics, which changed all of that.
From Harvard University...
"Recent research demonstrates that there may be ways to reverse certain negative changes and restore healthy functioning. "
“Epigenetics” is an emerging area of scientific research that shows how environmental influences—children’s experiences—actually affect the expression of their genes. This...
Bom Dia do Brasil, Hello beautiful people, good day from Brazil, this is Lou Corleto, you might not be able to see me because I'm probably silhouetted with the beautiful ocean in the back.
And I'm standing next to these beautiful vibrance plant species. And the reason I'm in this shot right now is that this morning, I had this great experience that I want to share with you. As you can see behind me, the ocean is gorgeous. And these waves were coming in. And I love body surfing. So body Surfing is just like surfing without the board, catching waves, and riding it in.
What was amazing is that some of these waves just looked fantastic. They were large and big, and they were starting to come forward with a size that would normally carry me right to the shore. But they had no substance. As soon as I paddled a few times, they just kind of melted past me.
And it just dawned on me how that's a metaphor for life with people.
How many people do you know (maybe even yourself at times) I sure...