Archive for the ‘Positive Politics’ Category

Finding the Valuable Coins in the Dirt

Posted on: October 16th, 2012 by Laura Palmer 6 Comments

Yesterday, I was vacuuming so quickly that I inadvertently picked up some valuable coins in the dirt. It reminded me of times when I have been quick to judge and dismiss something that appeared completely useless or unwanted because I was not looking for the good or opportunity presented. I was only focusing on the […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 6: How leaders and individuals can win like Olympians with Hypnosis.

Posted on: August 9th, 2012 by Laura Palmer 5 Comments

Part 5 explains the mind’s internal judicial system. The more we understand and harness it, the less we need to seek refuge in outward judicial systems. Key Points: Focus, belief and intention play a powerful role in creating outward evidence that such focal points, beliefs and intentions are real. Whether one is focusing on, believing in […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 5: How to navigate one’s internal judicial system to prevent and resolve external conflicts

Posted on: July 20th, 2012 by Laura Palmer 3 Comments

Have you ever gotten stuck in a traffic circle with an extra outer-circle that requires you to move over to the outside of the outer-circle in order to be able to make your turn? (A bit of a mouthful…I’ll explain below.) Artistic Photo by Artist Marielle Mariano In this beautiful photo, the exits are directly […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 4: Bridging the gap between individual desires and what is reflected by our businesses, organizations, and nation.

Posted on: July 12th, 2012 by Laura Palmer 5 Comments

After posting Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of the AmeriCAN Series last week, I revisited many historical D.C. landmarks with my cousins who were visiting from out of town. This quote from the Arlington Cemetery stood out: Our Founders understood the powerful role that energy, faith and devotion play in creating success, and they knew […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 3: What kind of mental legislation has your mind drafted?

Posted on: July 4th, 2012 by Laura Palmer 6 Comments

Picking up from yesterday’s posting:  Just as we have created over- and under-inclusive national laws and policies, the brain has a built-in legislative function that does the same thing. It’s no coincidence: Since we used our minds to create the legislative arm and our laws, doesn’t it make sense that this function would mirror our minds? […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 2: Our lives, organizations, and country mirror our minds

Posted on: July 3rd, 2012 by Laura Palmer 8 Comments

More groundwork is needed before making the leap from changing our minds to changing our country and understanding our role in creating and resolving national conflicts, so bear with me as I till the soil. Imagine an upright tree, and assume it represents our country. Next, see the roots (individuals) that are planted firmly into […] Read more

AmeriCAN Series Part 1: Our minds create our lives, organizations, and country

Posted on: July 2nd, 2012 by Laura Palmer 11 Comments

Can you see the beauty in the storm that lit up DC after the recent Supreme Court Opinion on healthcare policy? Two trees in Old Town, Alexandria experienced Friday night’s swift and mighty storm: One still stands strong while the other was uprooted. No doubt, water saturated the ground beneath it, loosening its grip, and […] Read more

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