Happiness and Fulfillment

“If personal property rights are stymied our internal evolutionary potential is hijacked, no human being can live a happy fulfilled life without self determination.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013


“A life that fits the body follows pre-established natural laws of internal and external evolution.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013



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Raising Consciousness


“Raising consciousness out of the levels of subjectivity through clarification is the antidote for subliminal indoctrination, which relies on attaching to our ego conditioning. Awakening objective levels of reasoning is our primary defence against totalitarian aggression.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013



“That’s the thing about intuition, often it doesn’t make sense until after the fact.” — Suzanna 2013

Who Am I

Who I am is not Static
Who I am is not Stuck
Who I am can’t be Pigeonholed
Who I am isn’t what I can Produce
Who I am is part of the Future
Who I am is part of the Past
Who I am is Energy
Who I am is Movement
Who I am is ever Present
Who I am is pure Consciousness
Who I am is the dance of Humanity
Who I am is the outcome of daily Body’Fit pHx

— Suzanna Aaring 2013


Currently Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™) isn’t available to the general public, please contact Meta Living Design for details.

Six Common Myths of Passion

1/ Passion is found. The most common misconception is the belief that you can find your passion, that if you simply figure out what it is you like to do you’ll automatically have passion. If that were true all those engaged in an occupation of their own choice would be motivated to perform at their peak every single day.

2/ Passion is self sustaining. Over enthusiasm causes us to burn more energy than necessary, and eventually ends up in depression which prevents us from having the necessary enthusiasm. It’s a vicious circle that can happen to anyone even if we enjoy our work. If passion was self sustaining we would never find ourselves on this roller-coaster.

3/ Passion is exclusive. The idea that there is this one thing you were meant to do to the exclusion of everything else, is false.  If it were true we couldn’t adapt and survive in a variety of different circumstances. A few people can work at the same occupation and fulfill their life, but most of us will meed to do four or five or more.

4/ Passion is endowed as a talent.  The most dangerous idea in the world is that we are not all the same. Although each individual is unique each of us has the same potential for awakening passion, it’s built into our DNA as a species, it’s what differentiates us from the lower animals.

5/ Passion happens by chance. We expect passion to happen by chance magically mysteriously, and when it doesn’t we assume we haven’t found what we’re supposed to be doing. Necessity is the mother of invention, not fate. Passion is not the goal, passion is the means.

6/ You have passion or you don’t.  The myth that some people have more passion than others, is misleading. It’s one of the main reasons we think we need to do only what we’re good at, when we find that we don’t have the passion this belief stops us from exploring all the possibilities for success.

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Currently Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™) isn’t available to the general public, please contact Meta Living Design for details.

Recollections: Motivation Fit

Depending on the day, I’m more or less motivated to exercise or not motivated at all. Thinking back over the last 35 years that I’ve been exercising, what kept me going through thick and thin? Was it visualization techniques, was it rewarding myself afterwards, was it remembering how good I looked and felt when I exercised… what was it?

Frankly, I don’t know about you, but all that never really worked for me. Sure performance at work, school and at home has always been important to me, and certainly that’s the benefit I most appreciated. But all the intellectual, emotional or even physical “reasons” to exercise don’t get me off my butt every day.

Motivation fortunately is not what determines whether I exercise every day… there’s only one thing that ever does. My agreement with myself. Until my mid 30’s I exercised about 3 or 4 times a week, but it wasn’t until I made an agreement with myself that I was able to fulfill my decision to exercise every day.

Of course it also helps that the program I do does it all in 7-15 minutes a day. The deal is this, in exchange for getting plenty of rest, fresh fruits and vegetables, and treating myself with the kindness and respect my body demands, I do my health fitness routine as soon as I get up every morning.