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Signed Set of Pure Leadership books   Leave a comment

One set of our second edition boxed set is for sale. These were a limited print edition and we are making room for more edition threes. These three volumes contain all the same great foundational information in a collectors box set and signed by Jas! Click here to bid on these books on eBay!



Posted April 8, 2013 by Pure Leadership in Bookshelf, Jas Malcolm

Divine DNA   2 comments

Why I Decided to Change my DNA

by Kandis Twa

Did you know that your DNA can change? Many years ago scientists did not believe that your DNA could change after you are born. Now, thanks to new fields of research such as epigenetics and pioneers like Dr. Bruce Lipton, scientist now do agree that yes, indeed your DNA changes and in fact it changes quite a lot. The magnificence of your DNA is that it is a sound and light signaling system that retains all of your beliefs and experiences at a multitude of levels.

So, what determines what it records and what it doesn’t record? Your emotions. Whenever there is an experience of  strong emotions-be it great joy or great fear and sadness-that will imprint onto the DNA.  Just as your emotions today are influencing your DNA so did the emotions of your ancestors affect your DNA. The DNA you were born with is not a blank slate. It is an inherited canvas that has been painted upon by the emotions of your ancestors, up to four generations back. And, there is a good reason for this. The reason is that when strong emotions can imprint the DNA then you do not have to repeat the lessons of your ancestors.

This means that we are all carrying around all of the feelings and beliefs of our ancestors. This is a blessing as we all inherit the amazing courage and love that our ancestors experienced, but the problem is that we also inherit many emotions that do not fit our lives. Read the rest of this entry »

Off the Bookshelf-“Where to Draw the Line”   Leave a comment

What We’re Reading-Kandis Twa

I have to confess that I had to pick up this book a few times before I actually started reading it with any seriousness.  But due to my ongoing efforts to master boundaries, it wasn’t long before I was really into this book.  “Where to Draw the Line” by Anne Katherine.

I love it because there’s a lot of  practical advice about setting boundaries in circumstances that most of us encounter. Such as how to deal with a friend who is habitually late or navigating family functions (a tricky one!). The book also contains some really great information about recognizing boundary violations. I am actually into this book for the second time-so far what I have really learned is that there’s plenty to learn 🙂

“A boundary is a limit that promotes integrity. By the limits you set, you protect the integrity of your day, your energy and spirit, the health of your relationships, the pursuits of your heart.”

Anne Katherine