‘Liminal thinking is the art of creating change by understanding, shaping, and reframing beliefs.’
Ever wondered how you ended up with the belief set that’s controlling your view of the world? I have and, fortunately, so has Dave Gray.
Dave’s written a book about it: Liminal Thinking.
He uses six principles to explain how beliefs shape everything, and gives us nine practices we can use to do something about it.
The book is easy to read and understand. I love his illustrations – they might inspire me to try a few myself.
If you want to create some change in your life, do yourself a favour and get a copy of Dave’s book.
You can get an overview of its content and Dave’s philosophy of liminal thinking at liminalthinking.com.
Peter Mulraney is the author of the Inspector West crime series, the Living Alone series of self-help books for men, Sharing the Journey: Reflections of a Reluctant Mystic, The New Girlfriend, and the Everyday Business Skills series.
I’ve just started reading Transitions: Making Sense of Life’s Changes by William Bridges.
He tells us life is full of change. No surprises there.
I learnt early in life that you can’t stop things changing, no matter how hard you try. Sometimes it really is outside your control. Continue reading “Transition”
In Australia this week we changed the leader of our government.
- No shots were fired.
- No money changed hands.
- There was no fighting in the streets.
- There were no barrel bombs dropped from helicopters.
- There were no police in riot gear firing tear gas canisters or rubber bullets.
It was just another peaceful day in paradise.
Sometimes you go to the bookshelf and pull out a book you’ve forgotten or perhaps never knew about – because someone else in your household bought it and put it on the shelf.
Today, I pulled down It’s Never Too Late….174 simple acts to change your life by Patrick Lindsay for a quiet read. Continue reading “Books on the shelf”
Every moment of every day is story time.
Take a moment and listen to that voice in your head.
What story are you telling yourself about yourself today? Continue reading “What story are you telling?”