About AyPee

A licensed Trainer and Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, Business and Personal Coach , Trainer and strategic thinker from a Blue Chip Multinational background, who successfully pioneered simple solutions to resolve complex problems, optimised resources to reduce overheads and increased the bottom-line through creative, unconventional and often ‘Ground Breaking’ thinking. A visionary, who works with a blank sheet to create solutions, enrols people into new ways of thinking and creates communities to deliver results. Broad base of experience in Strategic Planning, Finance and Business Risk, I.T., Stock and Production Planning, Logistics, Customer Services, Human Resources, Merchandising and Retail

Lost Connection

Connected ……?

Jane Tyson

A Random Diablog – Family Connection

Cast your thoughts back to your day.

When during the day did you fully engage and connect with your child(ren)?

In a Minute – Hold on. 

Like all kids, my kids are busy, they play out with other kids, watch TV, get absorbed in a book or nerf game, or quite often are on their screens for their ‘screen time‘. When they take a break from what they are doing, chances are we are distracted on a screen too or absorbed by a household task, or our minds are elsewhere. The children might strike up a conversation or want to show us something and we often say ‘oh in a minute, hold on’ or we listen but our attention isn’t quite there. 

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Then when we are in the zone to sit and talk they aren’t,  the opportunity is lost and they are…

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‘They’ Made Me Do It.

Things are a changing.
It is the teachers and parents that are going to facilitate the generation of non-systematised (traumatised) adults.
Ones who can think for themselves and create what is needed in the future.
It’s also time for Government to step out of Education and leave that to the educators. Let’s face it Government is very poor at doing most anything. Why entrust our future to Beurocrats who want everybody to be exactly the same and controllable, I suspect?

This post is from an enlightened teacher and parent

Jane Tyson

A Random DiaBlog from a concerned Mum and Primary School Teacher.
My first Primary School teaching job was ten years after the introduction of the 1988 National Curriculum, which was about bearable.  I was an Art Coordinator; my lessons were as creative as possible, I had freedom, fun and autonomy to a point.  We made time for Golden Time and if there was Wet Play with board games, paper aeroplanes, Connect 4, craft, etc then the children were ecstatic.  A chance for them to just BE, share, collaborate and discover with their friends.

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Now, though, the intensity and control in schools is quite overwhelming and quite out of touch with 21st-century educational research and thinking.  While there is a big noise around the terms ‘mindfulness’ and ‘wellbeing’ I’m not seeing much evidence of it being practised or supported in schools.

My experiences and conversations with…

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Oods, Harmony and Miracles – 2017 is your time

Keep on Playing

Jane Tyson

Are you Speaking into the Universe’s Listening?

What are you ready to create for 2017 –  are your intentions clear?

I’ve a little red book containing quotes, affirmations and intentions  and I’m conjuring up some more ready for 2017.unnamed

Reading it through and reflecting, I realise why some of the things came to be and also why some of them haven’t – my language wasn’t clear, the intention not confident, belief weak,  and I wasn’t speaking into the Universe’s listening or my own effectively, also what was the big reason?

It’s also fascinating how some  intentions came to pass a few years on and not the year of writing, again largely because I didn’t specify it and there wasn’t clarity and reason.

allomentOne of my intentions is to spend 4 or more hours each week at the allotment – always a space for contemplation and meditation. To connect with…

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Stepping Into The Miraculous

A Magical Year

2016 has been a magical year for me.

During the first week of December 2015, I declared that 2016 was going to be Magical.
I had no idea at the time what that meant

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During 2016:
I have attended five courses, as a guest, free of charge.
I listened to Anita Moorjani speak about her death experience and how she cannot explain logically what happened, but she can only use Metaphor to tell us what it was like.  See her Ted talk where she describes her warehouse and her flashlight.
I heard Greg Braden talk about HeartMath and met my friend Trinley, a Buddhist monk.

So I became a Heart Math coach.

My Romanticism has reached a whole new level of understanding and reciprocation, and I gained an understanding of the law of vibrational energy and have been calling things and people to myself, throughout the year.

So what is the biggest realisation that I made?

I have discovered a while back, that our consciousness uses a different language to our unconscious expression and in 2016 I began to understand that both are vital if we are to be fully self-expressed and have a true sense of reality or a greater perception of how it is.
It seems to me that Conscious language is mainly about time whereas unconscious language is more concerned with space.
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Hence both are needed to create reality, i.e. Time and Space.

If you believe that it is our use of words that creates our reality, then it is not too far from realising that we could be magicians who cast spells each time we speak and that the quality of our life is consistent with the spells that we have been casting.

So what of unconscious linguistics?
The language of unconsciousness cannot be logical. After all it’s, not a conscious expression.
It probably occurs to us as if we are making stuff up. It’s all made up.
But it is the unconscious mind expressing itself using the only language it can; metaphor and stories.
But in the spatial context, the closer the metaphoric expression exists to the speaker, the more realistic it is

Stepping into The Miraculous.
So if 2016 has been magical then what becomes possible is for 2017 to be miraculous.
What linguistic capability would be involved in that?

#JustSaying could be enough. Do you see?
Live your love

Passion

Jane Tyson

Thank you @Aypee for sharing your passion –

Passion is about how much you will give up to have what you want and be driven  by that.

It isn’t the contemporary view that it is ‘a lovely idea that makes me feel good so I’m going to focus on that’.

The passion of Christ was about what he sacrificed to save the world.

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But here’s the reality:
Passion is just a feeling!
And here’s the real question:
What feeling do you want to have about your business or your life?
If you  are waiting to get that feeling, you won’t.
If you put in that bit extra which costs you someway, you will.
How are you being around your life, right now?

~ @AyPee Possibility Strategist at http://AyPee.com

We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but…

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Remember! Two, Four, Six, Eight: everybody Confabulate

Somebody posts a ‘Do you remember when xyz’ item on Facebook and I begin to experience joy.
I go for a beer with my old (familiar and old – LOL) and we natter and we become very enthusiastic about ‘the time when….’
Good old feelings arise.

DSC00060Actually most of what we remember wasn’t quite like that.

We have confabulated elements of our memories. We shrunk them down, bits fell off and we stowed them away in our unconsciousness – be there such a place. Just like a zipped down file on a computer storage device. When we pulled the memories back out again the original events weren’t like that but we got to feel something that resembled a recollection – a re COLLECTION – of feelings

They are just feelings and repeatedly running the memories will initially intensify the joy (or whatever your emotion is) and then the intensity will transform into a different set of feelings or will dissipate.

In point of fact most bad memories got bad through practice – BAD PRACTICE!
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most good memories got good through practice – GOOD PRACTICE!
It’s all Practice, practice, practice – whatever you practice, you will get skilled at

DSC00909I may be misquoting him but Richard Bandler has said

“The best thing about the past is that it is over”.

Thinking about it that way and I have to agree.
It is how we experience what’s left behind that is important and what is left behind is not the actual event but a printed memory; an imprint. That’s emotional.

There may be physical scarring or damage but the emotional stuff is running the show.

PTSD – Post-traumatic stress disorder, no matter the event is the reaction to memories, even if it (the feelings) are suppressed. There are things that can be done using eye movement to change the emotional impact. I use Integral Eye Movement Therapy and I’ve watched the inexplicable occur as I’ve used it. I was so fascinated by it that trained to become a trainer in it!

For me Bad memories tend to lose their impact and I can keep reducing the intensity by repeating a bad memory in my mind and reducing the emotional impact deliberately. That’s not denial. It’s Adjustment! Just like using knobs and dials on a control panel.
Remember, whatever you resist will persist. Its change that is required not denial.

My control panel, is my mind:

      I can change the pictures that I see in my mind
      Push images away, shrink them down, and increase the size of images from good memories of the same event.
      Change the where I see them to different positions
      Turn sounds up and down.
      Change the sounds of people’s voices – their tonality, the words they use. Make them sound like Mickey Mouse
      I can change the intensity of the feeling – damp it down, crank it up.
      I can change the words that I use to describe the event.

There really isn’t much that I can’t do in my mind, ask any good Neuro Linguistic Practitioner.

It really is like the old gag:
“Its mind over matter – if you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter”

There is also changing the enquiry you are having about the past:
If you don’t like the answer you get, ask a better question!

And I can move my eyes in differing patterns while I remember the event and experience it changing.

What limits our experience is how we use our mind and our body. The ‘use’ is our spirit – how we inspire ourselves.
It’s Mind, Body, Spirit, Practice and Communication

#JustSaying


According to Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confabulation

“Confabulation (verb: confabulate) is a memory disturbance, defined as the production of fabricated, distorted or misinterpreted memories about oneself or the world, without the conscious intention to deceive.[1] Confabulation is distinguished from lying as there is no intent to deceive and the person is unaware the information is false …..

Am I Grateful for Appreciation?

I have read a lot of posts about Gratitude, particularly in the context of attracting desires into our lives or as most would say by “The Law of Attraction”.

tempWhen I was I my early twenties, I was attacked by a drug crazed idiot who went onto kick the legs away from my then fiancé and punch my mother in the face.
I cannot feel grateful for that BUT I do appreciate what that caused.
It caused very positive changes in the people involved. It could have been the entire opposite.

What then of gratitude? Can one be truly grateful for everything? Or can one be grateful for having the opportunity to experience everything?
Probably the latter.

Is one attracting things or is one attracting the experience of those things?
After all experience is no more than memory and emotions can be felt through memory or imagination – both create memories and both create experience.

“Create your own adventure because experience is all that there is” ⒸAyPee