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INDIRA DOMIGUEZ: Why a New Paradigm for Living Life is Needed Today
Learn wisdom from Indira Dyal Dominguez: What does it mean to Act?
Since then they have trained executives nationally and internationally in the tools of Connect, Listen, Trust, Act, so they can lead their companies from a new business paradigm. Having global CEO’s and executives operating from self has changed the way the companies do business.
Seeing the impact in Indira’s life and the lives of many who participated in her programs, she has made this information accessible to everyone. Her book YOU: A Spiritual Being on a Spiritual Journey, a new paradigm for living life was published. http://www.amazon.com/
Some wisdom from Indira Dyal Dominguez: What does it mean to Act? By taking the Actions you got from Connecting, you transcend the Mind’s absolute control, and honor your Self. You could say this is “where the rubber meets the road.” The Mind will have a lot to say about what you got in your Connections. It will also argue for doing something else, not doing it fully or create circumstances around you to not do it at all. The step of Act is the ongoing struggle to confront the Mind and to choose Self. When you Connect, Listen, Trust and then encounter Act you will be confronting the Mind’s attempt to claim control again. The step of Act is an affirmation that in this moment of “now” you have transcended the Mind’s control to honor your Self. This allows you to walk the journey you are here for. You came for experiencing your own magnificence as you walk your journey on earth. In Acting, you are saying, “I am not my Mind, I am a source of divine truth.” The step of Act is the journey of you claiming your Self.
From the time Indira Dyal-Dominguez was very young she felt a separation from the world. She never felt like she was part of her surroundings. She was an observer. This feeling of disconnection led her on a path of searching ….. Who am I and why am I here?
Her family was Roman Catholic so her search began there. She would listen to self-help spiritual tapes and books seeking to understand her disconnect from life around her. When she was 25 years old, a friend took her to an Ashram. Her meditation in the Ashram acquainted her with a strong connection to an “inner awakening.”
The years following continued to be one of intensive searching. She found herself unwilling to commit to a life that seemed predictable. A career, marriage and a family – something within her couldn’t just do it.
In her thirties she founded a company where she could make a difference in the personal development of others. While fulfilling, this too ended when the experience of – “there’s more to my being here in my life” arose in the forefront of her daily life. She once again felt this unrest in the depths of her Spirit. “There is more? But where and what?”
It was in this moment that Indira left her company and began sitting quietly in a room in her home, seeking the answers to those questions that put her on the path of seeking as a young girl. In the quiet hours of knowing there was something else that was not out there in the physical world, she accessed a new awareness of her Mind and her Self as two separate and distinct paradigms.
In that moment, the methodology she teaches, Connect, Listen, Trust, Act arose as the tools to fulfilling her journey and purpose. Life altered, as she now knew her Self as real and available to her, on demand. She could now be who she was, her Self.
After many years of sharing her techniques with others, she was led to write a book that would allow people to use the tools that she discovered in her own life, YOU: A Spiritual Being on a Spiritual Journey. Indira now shares these tools and her journey with all who are seeking to find and live from their Self as a way of life.
Hear Indira interviewed on the Dare to Dream talk radio program. Listen now: http://deborahdachinger.com/