“So often time it happens, we all live our life in chains, and we never even know we have the key.”- The Eagles

A dear friend of mine from college has been and continues to do some amazing spiritual work.  And I am so proud of her.

She did a presentation at work about this journey, and entitled it "Pushing Boundaries."

It was an amazing and heartfelt presentation and she was admired by all.

Since I am a teacher at heart, I am always teaching myself and others how to fine-tune in order to create and continue to create their BEST LIFE EVER.  And your and my definition of this dreamy life changes on a daily basis.  Not in ginormous ways, mind you, just fine-tuning. And your spirit loves this. This is the "work" of the Spirit.  I put the word work in quotations because there is no work, just joy and exhilaration, when you're operating from your Spirit. But a lot of people – almost everyone I meet – needs to hear this word and do this "thing" ("work") in order to feel worthwhile. So I build a bridge. The best teachers always do, by the way. If a teacher can't meet you where you are, find another.

But I digress.

As a friend and teacher, how would I help my friend to fine-tune?

One way is to notice that the words "pushing boundaries" could be, even better. How about "Playing My Edge" or "My Journey of Transformation"?

Why do I like these titles--and focus--even better? Because--and this is fine-tuning mind you--"pushing boundaries" has a subtle, yet palpable, negative connotation.  It reminds me a lot of when I used to say to Philippe, "I just wanna get caught up."  I said this in a totally positive tone, with good energy and excitement, knowing that I would soon be "caught up."  But, and again this is fine-tuning, what do the two words "caught up" imply?

They imply being behind. And that is one strong energy. And not the best energy ever.  (Most people on the planet are operating from this energy.)

When I became aware of this, I immediately began saying and wrote myself an Inspiration card (which will be included in one of my 51Inspiration Card decks coming) that said, "I am always ahead on everything."

Can you feel the difference?

Can you feel the difference between "pushing boundaries" and "playing my edge" or "my transformational journey"?

I say "feel" for a reason. When you are fine-tuning, it's all about how it feels. Any intellectual in the room will argue that this means nothing. But I'm not talking about operating from the mental body, which is what an intellectual does. I am talking about operating from the spiritual body, which is what a true master does.

As I explain in my BEST LIFE EVER Workshops (TaylorWells.me), all of the masters in history – in every field – have operated from the spiritual plane.

Are you operating from your mind or your heart?

Have the BEST DAY EVER! Namaste! Taylor plus 5