Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Judgement Versus Awareness

Something that I would hear from time to time when I was younger, in my 20's, was that I was judgmental.  Every time that someone would say that to me I would always think the same thing:  "Sometimes I am judgmental but not always like they are saying that I am."  However, I would always question myself to determine if I was being judgmental. 

Now, all these years later I have come to the knowing that there is a difference between being judgmental and having an a awareness of something.

So this is really a fascinating subject to me.  We do live in a world where judgmental attitudes seem to prevail.  And yet, perhaps all of these perceived judgements are not all judgements at all.

Sometimes we have an awareness of something and the thought of it basically ends there.  It is simply a perception of something that has nothing more attached to it then that.  And other times the awareness comes first followed by additional thinking on it and making a judgement about it.  Thinking that it is right or wrong or good or bad or better or worse, etc.  Now when I have an awareness of something I choose whether to leave it at that or to go further.  Sometimes it is necessary and beneficial to think further on a matter and I always believe that having a judgement on something is not always a detriment or politically incorrect as is such a popular way of thinking or not-thinking actually, these days.

I use this daily and quite a lot.  Having an awareness of something and choosing from that point is quite fun and liberating.

Love to all of us,

Paul Johnson 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Election Day In Various States Across America

It is always a joy for me when the campaigning ceases.  All the signs everywhere, all the hideous tv commercials non-stop (with each side playing the same game, no real difference these days), but my absolutely top thing that stands out to me during election cycles-all the pundits on tv.  OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Before I ever start watching any political "news Show", (ha) I always tell myself to simply listen, do not judge, just listen.  For what they are saying ,but more specifically DOING, should actually be a crime with severe punishment for all of them.

Last night while I was flipping the tv channels I came across a visual that shocked me.  A women was on being interviewed.  It was the face of someone that I knew and had associated with many years ago.  What really struck me was how this beautiful soul, spiritual powerhouse and leader with amazing presence looked like a politician.  Do you know what I mean by that?  To me, politicians have a particular look about them.  Kind of a controlling and dark type of energy about them that permeates in very sinister ways.

At any right, I am amazed that Marianne Williamson is running for a delegate seat in California.  If, and I truly hope, she is able to stay true to her being, she could be the start of something amazing.  Something that is long overdue in this political world that devours everyone that comes into its web.  I wish you all the best Marianne Williamson and I hope you become the powerful force in California and Washington, DC that I know you can be.

Paul Johns


Monday, November 4, 2013

10 Productivity Tips from a Blue-Collar Genius.

Today I am posting a web address to an very worthwhile blog post over at

Here is the web address for the article of the same title as my post title today.

Enjoy this gem of an article:

Have fun and be happy

Paul Johnson

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Ok, so now what?

I started this blog on Novemeber 1, 2013, just a few days ago.  I started a commitment to blog everyday for 30 days.

The first day was done.  The second, yes, the second day, I actually missed.  That is so funny to me.  So, today, November 3rd, I am posting in the morning and I will post again this evening.

Better get back on track right away then not at all.

The experience and the possibilities that this daily blogging offers is something I do not want to miss.  I know writing everyday, no matter what, will cause happiness and joy and fun to be my experience.  I certainly want more of that in my life.

Yesterday I was thinking about how much I do in my life that does not bring me happiness.  So, yesterday I started the process of choosing which things I am currently doing that I can discontinue or choose in a different way.  I want more happiness in my daily life.  Even though my life has a far amount of happiness in it, I want more and more and more.

So today, one of the activities that I am choosing to do to create more personal happiness is this.  Writing in this blog.  So my question for you is this:  What could you choose today to bring more happiness to you?
What could we choose today to bring more happiness to us?

Paul Johnson

Friday, November 1, 2013

Blogging Everyday for 30 Days

Hello We!

Today I am starting blogging for 30 days.  I will write something everyday on this blog for the next 30 days.

I have wanted to do this for quite some time now, so today is the days I am starting.

During the month I will be sharing what I am doing to help me evolve in this extraordinary time we are living in.  There are a number of processes that I do everyday and some that I do several times per week.  I will share these with you and in particular, the websites that pertain to these processes so you can check it out yourself.

So, the first process I do on a daily basis and many times throughout the day has to do with a clearing statement.
A clearing statement that when first heard usually sounds quite bizarre to most people.  Bizarre has never stopped be so I just gave it a try.  Now a year after first starting, the difference in my life is huge.  I highly recommend this process and the clearing statement.  On the website there are many free articles, audios and videos that explain the whole thing and to keep you going for quite some time.

The website address is:

Check it out and by all means get on their mailing list.

For now,
love, peace and ease
Paul Johnson