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So good to be a programmer :)

for myself. In addition to all :)

I was just inspired with the idea Daniel Hall brought: to put my book 33 thoughts to feel better to physical print on CreateSpace.

But I had a lot of links there – because in addition to thoughts, I also give links to self-coaching exercises, matching those thought chapters.

And these links are long, because they are descriptive:

And if in Kindle version these links are simply clickable, in the printed version I wouldn’t want to offer people to type them in the browser.

So I wanted to make short links. Only with redirection I had to spend too much time and effort on doing it. But I’m a programmer! And I so love applying it for automating the manual tedious tasks!

So I wrote a program, with which I work in the following way:

1. in the book file I copy the link;
2. I click the program button;
3. the program takes the copied link, shows it to me for confirmation and asks me for the short name, for example “33” for the link above;
4. I give it the short name;
5. the program creates a directory with that short name and the file index.php in it, in which the copied link is written, in a special php way, for redirection there;
6. the program copies for me (“into the mouse,” as one girl once said :)) the short link, actually the whole text: “(short link: http://notrivia.com/33)”;
7. I paste the text “from the mouse” :) into the book, and now the text looks like this:

Meaning, all I do is select link, Ctrl+C, click, enter new name, click, click, Ctrl+V. Then change the color of the short link text to a lighter one. That’s it! Miracles of everyday life. :)

So I quickly flowed through the whole book file like this, it was like playing. Then I only uploaded all the created directories to my web server with FileZilla, changed their permissions, and it works! :)

I so love these playful solutions. This ease, fun, play, flow. The excitement of life :)

“To love yourself, enjoy your life”

Simple recipe :)

Since I submitted my own books to the program, where they announce books that went free for a day, I am subscribed to their newsletter. This way some books come my way, like in food-sharing, that I wouldn’t be looking for by myself, but when presented with them, I find them interesting to try.

They sit in my Kindle, waiting for my inspiration to read them.

Today I opened my Kindle, to read something else, but had a glance at the book cover for the book 7 Days Happiness Challenge – To Love Your Self, Enjoy Your Life, Live With Passion and Be Happy NOW (Happiness project … and positive meditation made simple steps).

I guess, the author meant “challenge to love yourself, to enjoy your life,” etc., but for a moment it looked to me that what was written, was a recipe: “in order to love yourself – enjoy your life.” And I loved it!

It immediately reminded me of AH’s seminar where they replied to a woman, asking how to love ourselves and why it is so .. not very easy, – they replied that we just seek in it the feeling of being loved, instead of loving. And that when we get into alignment with easier streams – we can then love ourselves, especially when we seek loving in it.

“To love yourself – enjoy your life” seems to be pretty expressing it. :)

How amazingly beautiful!

(for me especially the first and the third paragraphs)

David Whyte
December 26, 2015


is the conversation between what we love to do and how we love to be. Rest is the essence of giving and receiving; an act of remembering, imaginatively and intellectually but also physiologically and physically. To rest is to give up on the already exhausted will as the prime motivator of endeavor, with its endless outward need to reward itself through established goals. To rest is to give up on worrying and fretting and the sense that there is something wrong with the world unless we are there to put it right; to rest is to fall back literally or figuratively from outer targets and shift the goal not to an inner static bull’s eye, an imagined state of perfect stillness, but to an inner state of natural exchange.

The template of natural exchange is the breath, the autonomic giving and receiving that forms the basis and the measure of life itself. We are rested when we are a living exchange between what lies inside and what lies outside, when we are an intriguing conversation between the potential that lies in our imagination and the possibilities for making that internal image real in the world; we are rested when we let things alone and let ourselves alone, to do what we do best, breathe as the body intended us to breathe, to walk as we were meant to walk, to live with the rhythm of a house and a home, giving and taking through cooking and cleaning. When we give and take in an easy foundational way we are closest to the authentic self, and closest to that self when we are most rested. To rest is not self indulgent, to rest is to prepare to give the best of ourselves, and to perhaps, most importantly, arrive at a place where we are able to understand what we have already been given.

In the first state of rest is the sense of stopping, of giving up on what we have been doing or how we have been being. In the second, is the sense of slowly coming home, the physical journey into the body’s un-coerced and un-bullied self, as if trying to remember the way or even the destination itself. In the third state is a sense of healing and self-forgiveness and of arrival. In the fourth state, deep in the primal exchange of the breath, is the give and the take, the blessing and the being blessed and the ability to delight in both. The fifth stage is a sense of absolute readiness and presence, a delight in and an anticipation of the world and all its forms; a sense of being the meeting itself between inner and outer, and that receiving and responding occur in one spontaneous movement.

A deep experience of rest is the template of perfection in the human imagination, a perspective from which we are able to perceive the outer specific forms of our work and our relationships whilst being nourished by the shared foundational gift of the breath itself. From this perspective we can be rested while putting together an elaborate meal for an arriving crowd, whilst climbing the highest mountain or sitting at home surrounded by the chaos of a loving family.

Rested, we are ready for the world but not held hostage by it, rested we care again for the right things and the right people in the right way. In rest we reestablish the goals that make us more generous, more courageous, more of an invitation, someone we want to remember, and someone others would want to remember too.

‘REST’ From
CONSOLATIONS: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words.
© David Whyte & Many Rivers Press 2015

What a delicious feeling!

(“Abraham Hicks. What’s the feeling of unlimited abundance? – Money Grid”: video)

Are you a team leader to your inner team? :)

I just accidentally arrived at an article, which turned to be giving the precise description of the inner work as I want it to have in place!

It was written about being a leader in a physical world, I guess, but try to read it from the vibrational work point of view, with inner streams, desires, beliefs, parts of personality, all we consist of, including Inner Being, as our inner team, and us being a team leader to this team – you may see what I saw in it.

The article is Top 10 Qualities That Make A Great Leader at Forbes.com by Tanya Prive

Here it is, reprinted to have it here:

“Having a great idea, and assembling a team to bring that concept to life is the first step in creating a successful business venture. While finding a new and unique idea is rare enough; the ability to successfully execute this idea is what separates the dreamers from the entrepreneurs. However you see yourself, whatever your age may be, as soon as you make that exciting first hire, you have taken the first steps in becoming a powerful leader. When money is tight and startup fundraising is required, stress levels are high, and the visions of instant success don’t happen like you thought, it’s easy to let those emotions get to you, and thereby your team. Take a breath, calm yourself down, and remind yourself of the leader you are and would like to become. Here are some key qualities that every good leader should possess, and learn to emphasize.


Whatever ethical plane you hold yourself to, when you are responsible for a team of people, its important to raise the bar even higher. Your business and its employees are a reflection of yourself, and if you make honest and ethical behavior a key value, your team will follow suit.

As we do at Onevest, the ecosystem where venture investors and founders connect, we try to make a list of values and core beliefs that both you and your brand represent, and post this in your office. Promote a healthy interoffice lifestyle, and encourage your team to live up to these standards. By emphasizing these standards, and displaying them yourself, you will hopefully influence the office environment into a friendly and helpful workspace.


Finessing your brand vision is essential to creating an organized and efficient business, but if you don’t learn to trust your team with that vision, you might never progress to the next stage. Its important to remember that trusting your team with your idea is a sign of strength, not weakness. Delegating tasks to the appropriate departments is one of the most important skills you can develop as your business grows. The emails and tasks will begin to pile up, and the more you stretch yourself thin, the lower the quality of your work will become, and the less you will produce.

The key to delegation is identifying the strengths of your team, and capitalizing on them. Find out what each team member enjoys doing most. Chances are if they find that task more enjoyable, they will likely put more thought and effort behind it. This will not only prove to your team that you trust and believe in them, but will also free up your time to focus on the higher level tasks, that should not be delegated. It’s a fine balance, but one that will have a huge impact on the productivity of your business.


Knowing what you want accomplished may seem clear in your head, but if you try to explain it to someone else and are met with a blank expression, you know there is a problem. If this has been your experience, then you may want to focus on honing your communication skills. Being able to clearly and succinctly describe what you want done is extremely important. If you can’t relate your vision to your team, you won’t all be working towards the same goal.

Training new members and creating a productive work environment all depend on healthy lines of communication. Continue reading