Monday, May 21, 2018

quote of the day





Quote of the Day




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"Scientific discovery consists in the interpretation

for our own convenience

of a system of existence

which has been made

with no eye to our convenience at all." 



~ Norbert Wiener, The Human Use of Human Beings, 1950




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Sunday, May 20, 2018

getting quiet


Getting Quiet

This is the 4th installment of a small advice series for the blog that will focus on tips to bring quiet and calm to daily life... 


The first few posts gave tips for training the mind and explained how the main keys are: repetition - and small successes - that is why we are doing these tasks every day and in small doses. If you haven't started this "getting quiet" practice yet, please visit the first post and follow each tip for 10 days prior to adding the next tip. 

We began with the awareness of thought and emotion, the awakening to seeing our own reactions to moment-to-moment daily life and then learning to be a witness to these things instead of reliving them. 


Realize that your mind, your brain is different from you – visualize the brain as a machine and yourself as the operator of the machine. Recognize that much of daily life is habit, simply learned reactions – and the operator has the opportunity to reprogram the machine to operate in a more desirable fashion. 

So as we are practicing the previous tasks every single day, we then bring in this recognition of habitual reactions. Are we reacting? Or are we responding consciously? Again - no judgement, we are only trying to train our brain to witness the answers to these questions we ask our selves, but this time we are witnessing and asking a few questions with the realization that our brain machine can be reprogrammed... what we are doing now is determining where the glitches are but we are also recognizing previously ignored successes and positive moments. 

Sometimes, when practicing these tasks we might feel a bit foolish. Perhaps the tasks seem very small and insignificant - that's a great time to remind ourselves that retraining the brain machine requires repetition and small successes. 



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Saturday, May 19, 2018

In appreciation


In Appreciation...



Dave and I wish to take the opportunity to put out a few posts over the next few weeks in order to give a shout out to some friendly local businesses that we've done some networking with lately... and where you are likely still able to find some of our bookmarks available for free. 


A big note of appreciation goes out to: 


Paul's Superette (Creston, BC)

Creston's Public Library (Creston, BC)

Creston's Museum (Creston, BC)

Hi-Way Cabins (Creston, BC)


Mountain Park Resort (Creston, BC)

Race Track Corner Store 
(Creston, BC)

Ramada Inn (Creston, BC)

Rick's Iron Kettle Cafe (Creston, BC)

Skimmerhorn Inn (Creston, BC)

Sunset Motel (Creston, BC)




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