June 2010 - The Big Leap: Taking Your Life to the Next Level
Is it time for you to take a quantum leap into the next level of your life? Are you ready to be a fuller expression of the Divine and experience a greater since of aliveness, happiness, love and abundance? Would it be all right with you if your life got easier? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then don't miss a single Sunday in June as we explore Gay Hendricks' deeply spiritual and highly practical book The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fears and Take Life to the Next Level.
Talk 1 – Preparing for Your Big Leap
Within each and every one us lives a Zone of Genius – a Zone where we are most fully alive and freely expressing our Divine talents and gifts. We know that deep inside we will never be fully satisfied until we live from that Zone. To do less would be to hold back on a Universal Agreement we made long before we came into this life experience. Today, we stop holding back and prepare to take the big leap!
Talk 2 – Making the Big Leap by Dismantling Hidden Barriers
In order to make the big leap into our Zone of Genius, we must dismantle our “Upper Limit Problem,” which is the ceiling we put on our ability to be happy, productive and abundant. Dismantling this ceiling is not as difficult as you might think, and today we learn how.
Talk 3 – Building the Bridge to Your Zone of Genius
Your sincere commitment to make the big leap is the entry gate to your Zone of Genius. Once you have passed through the gate, you can build a bridge into your Zone by asking four powerful and illuminating questions. Today, we ask the questions.
Talk 4 – Living In Your Zone of Genius
You are now ready to sustain your ability to live in your Zone of Genius by using the Ultimate Success Mantra, by learning the power of the Enlightened No and by living in Einstein Time. Curious as to what these things are? Find out this morning as we each take the big leap and never look back! [MINISTER’S NOTE: We printed the Ultimate Success Mantra on business cards and handed two out per congregant.]