Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Tip#983: The Power of Emotional Release, Part 2 - Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru

“Out of pain comes unbelievable strength.” 
Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru

This summer has been both amazingly beautiful and brutal. House sitting and tending the lush green garden with warm, sunshine weather has been rejuvenating and re-energizing. At the same time I’ve had to deal with the unexpected death of a friend (tip#981), death of a stray cat (tip#977), sciatica pain (tip#979), tennis elbow, a fractured tooth and family issues that made me aware of long term suppressed anger I needed to deal with. And I knew somehow all of these situations were connected and the future of my life and career depended on releasing inner blocks and trapped emotions. I have found that personal growth intensive seminars can be an effective method.

If you've attended any personal growth program or retreat then you know how powerful they can be. Over the years I have attended T. Harv Eker’s The Millionaire Mind Intensive twice (tip#465) and The Mastery of Self Expression (tip#538 and tip#351) and each time my life has been transformed. These events allowed me to slowly peel away layers within me like an onion of issues stemming from childhood. These layers were blocking joyful experiences I wanted in my relationships with family, finances and mental health.

I’ve also been curious to what taking a seminar with Tony Robbins would be and now I (and you) get a chance with his Netflix documentary. All motivational speakers and workshop facilitators have different styles and now you can see if Robbins and his program is what you need to shake up your life and mindset for the better!

Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru (2016)

The documentary film, Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru, is a behind-the-scenes look at "Date With Destiny" a six day seminar facilitated by internationally renowned author and motivational speaker Tony Robbins. This movie is filled with intense, emotional moments of individuals revealing personal issues they want to be free of and the methods Robbins uses for them to understand, embrace and let go of these blocks. See: movie trailer


For years I’ve had an undefined fear about Tony Robbins and seeing him in action in this film helped me see that what I feared is what needs to come out within me. His intensity, tenacity and lion-like assertiveness mirrored trapped emotions within me wanting to come out such as suppress/unexpressed anger since childhood. Robbins fierceness is shocking (so many F-bombs!) and yet highly effective. Seeing the courage of individuals highlighted in this movie inspired my own courage to go even deeper within myself then I’ve ever done before!

The film is not an in-depth look at the person behind Tony Robbins but is more a taste of what his programs are like. Yes you could see it as a two hour advertisement but I highly recommend you view it through an optimistic mindset and see how its insights and emotional scenes provide answers for your own life and work problems. Issues like painful relationships, abuse and suicide are addressed. Allow these personal stories to stir up your own emotions and insights of what you could do to improve your perspective of who you are and your inner strengths. And keep watching the show past the end credits for an amazing bonus scene!

Documentaries can inspire you to look at yourself in a whole new light. They can give you real-life examples of people with the courage to overcome painful, life-long challenges. They can also demonstrate methods of personal growth that could inspire you to utilize. Let documentaries and their heroes motivate you to be a courageous, fearless lion!

Related Tips:
Tip#57: Activate The Power of Your Mind, Part 1 - 11 Movie Tips
Tip#836: Activate The Power of Your Mind, Part 2 - Trapped Emotions - E-Motion
Tip#839: Activate The Power of Your Mind, Part 3 - Trapped Emotions – Pleasantville
Tip#912: The Power of Emotional Release - Supergirl – Creed
Tip#983: The Power of Emotional Release, Part 2 - Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru
Tip#986: The Power of Emotional Release, Part 3 - A Monster Calls  

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Tip#982: Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Part 4 - Life, Animated

I believe there is always a silver lining in every person’s dark cloud in life. There can be great learning for that person and for the people that hear their story. I see the mental health challenges of my life path to be an epic journey of self-discovery and enjoy sharing it on this blog, my books and motivational presentations.

And recently I’ve begun to see a pattern with daily hydration, nutrition and psychological issues as my causes and cures for symptoms of clinical depression. It feels like light is slowly revealing why I've been riding a roller coaster for over 15 years. So if you or someone you know is dealing with depression and seeking alternative solutions then this post and my story is for you.

Daily Hydration:

On a recent hot, humid day I experienced sudden symptoms of depression and later did a meditation for what to do next to feel better. I then received a strong insight to research the keywords “water depression” and found online articles and websites like www.watercures.org that said increasing water intake daily was a surprisingly simple and effective method for lowering symptoms. It makes sense too since 75-80% of our brain is water and our body is 50-60%. And since each person is recommended to drink eight 8-ounce glasses (2 litres or half a gallon) per day I then realized I was unintentionally dehydrated. I wasn’t drinking half of that! I immediately went out and bought a new water bottle with measurements on the side and have been drinking 2 litres per day and am feeling better. I don’t even mind that I have to go to the washroom more because my mental health is the priority! Learn more: Water & Depression


Daily Nutrition:

The brain/gut connection I’ve been researching and documenting on this movie/wellness blog (see tip#880 & tip#945) and on my Instagram channel continues to reveal long-term nutritional deficiency as causing depression symptoms such as loss of focus, concentration, hopelessness and extreme heaviness in my arms and legs. This summer I was relaxed about my gut health diet inspired by Dr. David Perlmutter and Dr. Josh Ax’s research and ate less vegetables and had more white flour based foods.

Recently I ordered a freshly made Belgium waffle and after my first bite my body was screaming not to eat it. Not wanting to waste it I ate half and finished the rest the morning after. That’s when I began to feel a loss of concentration and catatonic very much like Robert DeNiro’s character Leonard in the 1990 film Awakenings. The condition I experience is actually called psychomotor retardation.

Thankfully, I was cognizant I was slipping into darkness and my gut was telling me (no pun intended!) the lack of green vegetables and the waffle were the cause. Since I am a visual learner I found inspiration on Instagram and found delicious photos of meals using the hashtag #eatmorevegetables that I could prepare. The next day I focused on buying, cooking and eating a tasty vegetable stir fry and later roasted vegetables and salads. Recommended amounts are 3 cups of vegetables and 2 cups fruits. I began to feel much better. For me it feels like inflammation is what happens in my brain and body so the silver lining is discovering how fun healing can be with uplifting foods!


Psychological Issues:

I continue to benefit from the two Cognitive Behavioural Therapy programs (CBT) I took last year (see tip#863 & tip#910). With recent relationship issues that triggered much anxiety I feel blessed that the silver lining is revealing life-long repressed/suppressed anger feeding the inflammation of my mental health challenges. Dealing with trapped emotions is what I've already been exploring in order to remove chronic blocks in life (see tip#912). This is an area I’m currently researching for therapeutic options and resources to heal. One powerful resource that flooded me with insights was Netflix’s documentary Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru. I’ll be featuring this film in an upcoming blog post. See: movie trailer

See tip#899: Three other factors for managing depression

If you resonate with any of these solutions then please try them out for yourself. I am just documenting what methods work for me and feel it is my calling to share my journey to help others. It is equal to my passion for writing about films that teach me about myself and that help me persevere and stay resilient during life’s challenges. There is so much to learn from movies and documentaries especially ones about real people who discovered the silver lining of their own dark clouds.

Life, Animated 2 (2016)

The documentary, Life, Animated, is about how classic animated Disney films helped a young autistic man, Owen Suskind develop reading, writing and communication skills. This heartfelt, inspiring story shows the empowering and healing aspects of films while shedding light on what living with autism is like. See: movie trailer


There are two areas of inspiration in this film, one is Owen’s resilience and resourceful use of cinema as a learning tool and second is the love and support of his parents and brother. When Owen suddenly showed his mental challenges at age 3 and solutions seemed hopeless his family never gave up on him. And through animated classics like The Lion King, The Jungle Book, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and more, Owen found the strength and means to persevere and learn how to grow into a young man and live a fulfilling life.

This documentary also touched my heart because it mirrors my life path of how movies saved me in dark times and taught me how to take personal leadership in my life, career and mental health. I’ve also had a vision that my life story would one day be made into a movie so it could inspire others. That would be the ultimate silver lining of the roller coaster ride of my life experiences!

Activating your indestructible optimism is about first believing there is a silver lining in the challenges you face. You’ve got to envision it even if you can’t see any hope or a solution in front of you. Real-life stories and movie heroes can help you see the invisible. Be motivated today to be the hero in your own life story and see through the dark cloud you are in!

Related Tips:
Tip#67: Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Part 1 - 4 Movie Tips
Tip#621: Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Part 2 - Silver Linings Playbook 
Tip#902: Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Part 3 - Mental Health - K-PAX  
Tip#982: Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining, Part 4 - Life, Animated
Tip#200: How To Build Indestructible Optimism - 9 Movie Tips

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Tip#981: See New Perspectives - Now You See Me 2

I attended the most amazing memorial for my friend Caryl Herbert who unexpected passed away from cancer. It was onboard a cruise ship on Lake Ontario that sailed through the Toronto Islands on a gorgeous sunny, breezy August Monday. And since she was part of several singing groups there were many friends performing songs and encouraged us all to sing along. The warm summer air was filled with songs by the Beach Boys, Del Shannon, Elton John and The Beatles.

It was a different perspective to celebrate someone’s life instead of their death in such a wonderful setting. Being on the water and seeing the lush green of the island trees warmed each of our souls. There were moments of tears and yet more laughter and smiles as I met new people and shared our memories of our absent friend.


I first met her at The Gift Circle Meetup group (see tip#683) back in the summer of 2013 and later organized movie nights at her luxurious condo theatre (see tip#707). It was a time where friends made from the Gift Circle could reconnect and enjoyed good food, good conversation and uplifting films like Groundhog Day, The Artist and Christmas in Connecticut. These memories and Caryl's generous, supportive spirit is what I'll hold close to my heart when I think of my friend.

Now You See Me 2 (2016)

The thriller film, Now You See Me 2, continues the adventures of illusionists, The Four Horsemen, who resurface from hiding and are forced into performing an almost impossible heist. This entertaining movie is filled with exciting magic tricks, illusions and twists and features returning actors Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman. It also welcomes new additions Lizzy Caplan, Daniel Radcliffe, Jay Chou and Sanaa Lathan. See: movie trailer 


I loved the first film, Now You See Me, and the second part continues the beautiful reveals of how seemingly impossible performances were done once a new perspective is shown. At first I thought these events were far-fetched or ridiculously impossible and yet once most were explained I was amazed and wanted to see the film again from the new perspective. These are life lessons from the cinema that always inspires me to see problems or sad situations from a new vantage point. And I think my friend Caryl would have enjoyed this movie because it was fun, entertaining and had a sense of wonder to it.

Yes, there will be sad and unhappy days we all go through. To turn your attitude around let movies and movie heroes demonstrate how to see these situations from a new perspective. Turn on your optimistic mindset and see the positives in the negatives in front of you. Films can help take you out of your reality for awhile and return you re-energized and with new eyes to see with! 

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Tip#980: Creative Visualization, Part 3 – Mental Imagery - Rio Olympics 2016 – 4 Inspiring Movies

I was excited recently when 16-year-old swimmer Penny Oleksiak captured an historic 4th Olympic medal with a gold at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, the most by a Canadian at a single Summer Olympics. I was also thrilled when champion swimmer Michael Phelps won 5 gold medals and 1 silver to end his incredible career!

For years I have highlighted Phelps in my motivational talks because of his use of creative visualization and mental imagery in his training. This is a powerful tool anyone can apply to their own goals and dreams at work and in life. Many other Olympic champions and athletes use this powerful method for achieving success. Here are a few…

“I never hit a shot, not even in practice, without having a very sharp in-focus picture of it in my head”.
Jack Nicklaus, world champion golfer

"I mentally simulate every conceivable situation for each throw." 

Al Oerter, a four-time Olympic discus champion

“I would think about how I wanted to act. Like they teach in acting, "act as if ..." — it's the same thing in sports… Because 75 percent of the time when you're on the court, you're actually not hitting a ball. And I think that's where the champions come through. So I would visualize all these different possibilities.” 
Billie Jean King, tennis champion

“I visualized where I wanted to be, what kind of player I wanted to become. I knew exactly where I wanted to go, and I focused on getting there.”  
Michael Jordan, basketball champion

“To be a champion you must believe you are the best. If you’re not, pretend you are.” 
Muhammad Ali, boxing champion called his technique “Future History”

“We taped a lot of famous pictures on the locker-room door: Bobby Orr, Potvin, Beliveau, all holding the Stanley Cup.  We’d stand back and look at them and envision ourselves doing it.  I really believe if you visualize yourself doing something, you can make that image come true . . . I must have rehearsed it 10,000 times." 
Wayne Gretzky, hockey champion

“Every night I visualize myself winning the Olympics… I picture myself bombing the girl in the final and standing on top of the podium and watching the flag go up and feeling the gold medal go around my neck and hugging my coach. I visualize all of that every night.” 
Kayla Harrison, Olympic judo champion, won gold at Rio 2016

“When I get there, I’ve already pictured what’s going to happen a million times so I don’t actually have to think about it.” 
Missy Franklin, Olympic swimming champion, won gold at Rio 2016

“In saber fencing, points happen literally in split seconds, and tides can change and turn very, very quickly. So part of visualization is preparing yourself for every situation, so when it shows itself, you’re ready for it.” 
Mariel Zagunis, Olympic fencing champion, won bronze at Rio 2016

Using this visualization tool is about applying vivid, highly detailed mental imagery and engaging all your senses in your mental rehearsal. The brain cannot tell the difference between imagined or real experiences. Research by Srinivasan Pillay, Harvard M.D. and author of "Your Brain and Business: The Neuroscience of Great Leaders” says, "We stimulate the same brain regions when we visualize an action as we do when we actually perform that same action."



I believe movies have the power to jumpstart one’s ability to ignite imagination and, ironically, help you visualize the use of creative visualization. The movie heroes can demonstrate how they hold a vision of their goals and dreams through specific scenes of the film. Here are four of my favourites…

The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005)

This biographical sports film is based on the early life of golf champion Francis Ouimet (Shia LaBeouf). There is a scene during a tournament where Ouimet visualizes where the ball will land before he takes his swing. The camera shows you were his imagination goes as you take on the ball’s perspective flying through the air and right into the golf hole!

Rush (2013)

In this biographical sports drama film centred on the rivalry between Formula 1 drivers James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl) you see how Hunt utilizes mental imagery. There is a scene where Hunt is seated and pretends he is racing as he holds his imaginary steering wheel and moves his invisible stick shift and foot pedals. You can see how focused he is, verbalizing details of his performance and utilizing all his senses as he moves his body like he’s in an actual racecar.

Rudy (1993)

This biographical sports film is about Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger (Sean Astin), who dreams of playing football at the University of Notre Dame. Despite years of obstacles Rudy continued to visualize himself as a football player to keep himself energized and feed his indestructible optimism. You see from childhood and throughout his journey that he would reenact a recording of a coach’s inspirational speech. He'd perform it with his whole body and full of positive emotional energy. This action would help fuel Rudy’s mental attitude with enthusiasm and unlimited drive towards his vision.

Eddie the Eagle (2016)

This biographical sports comedy-drama film is about Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards (Taron Egerton), a British skier who in 1988 became the first competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping. There is a funny yet relevant scene where coach Bronson Peary (Hugh Jackman) asks Eddie to visualize making love to a woman. He gets him to feel the sexual build up and release which was the attitude and body position needed for every jump Eddie would make. You later see this same ecstatic look on his Olympic performance.

Let these cinematic examples inspire you to start tapping into your imagination and train yourself to enhance your mental skills and achieve your goals and dreams. This tool can affect your mind in several ways as researcher and resilience coach, Angie LeVan, wrote in Psychology Today. She says, “Mental imagery impacts many cognitive processes in the brain: motor control, attention, perception, planning, and memory.”

Be excited to see athletes accomplish fantastic achievements! Be thrilled by movie heroes that overcome overwhelming challenges. Let their use of creative visualization and mental imagery inspire you to apply this tool in achieving your own goals. All you need is to activate your imagination and be willing to train yourself over a period of time. Your results of success will then inspire others around you!


Related Tips:
Tip#831: Creative Visualization, Part 1 - Reticular Activating System (RAS) - Focus
Tip#890: Creative Visualization, Part 2 - Mental Health - Pawn Sacrifice  
Tip#980: Creative Visualization, Part 3 – Mental Imagery - Rio Olympics 2016 – 4 Inspiring Movies
Tip#389: Focus On The Reality You Want – Inception 
Tip#568: Visualization & Your Imagination, Part 1 – 6 Movie Tips
Tip#663: Visualization & Your Imagination, Part 2 – Bedtime Stories
Tip#759: Expand Your Mind with Time Travel Movies, Pt 2 - X-Men: Days of Future Past
Tip#408: How Movies Help You Visualize Success, Part 1 – Pecha Kucha Night – Temple Grandin
Tip#880: How Movies Help You Visualize Success, Part 2 - Fantastic Voyage

Recommended articles:
Seeing Is Believing: The Power of Visualization on Psychology Today
Sports Visualization: The Secret Weapon of Athletes 
How Olympians Use Mental Imagery To Improve Success 
The Brain-Training Secrets Of Olympic Athletes 
EJ Trainer Rob Tubajon – Visualizing your way to Success
Olympians Use Imagery as Mental Training
Here's The Trick Olympic Athletes Use To Achieve Their Goals

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Sunday, August 07, 2016

Tip#979: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 4 - Pelé: Birth of a Legend

The past two weeks have been a roller coaster ride of emotions. I had a brief, painful experience with sciatica in my lower back/hip area, I found a stray cat who had died in the backyard garden (see tip#977) and then a friend unexpectedly died of cancer (3rd friend in 18 months).

Thankfully the beautiful home, garden and neighborhood where I am house sitting has been a blessing and extremely healing. I can feel myself re-energizing every day and am grateful to have discovered three friends living in the area. Their social support and my current sunny location are all feel-good factors that have helped me persevere and maintain my indestructible optimism.

And, of course, discovering a new feel-good movie does wonders for the spirit and gets added to my personal set of resilience resources. And now I can share it with you here so it lifts you up too (or a friend in need)!

Pelé: Birth of a Legend (2016)

The biographical sports film, Pelé: Birth of a Legend, is about the childhood and rise of Brazilian footballer Pelé (Kevin de Paula and Leonardo Lima Carvalho). This highly entertaining and inspirational story is filled with exciting scenes of Pelé’s legendary soccer playing and emotional performances from Pelé’s mother Celeste (Mariana Nunes) and his father Dondinho (Seu Jorge). See: movie trailer


There are so many motivational messages in the film about passion, perseverance, resilience and so much more. And I agree with one review on IMDB that says, “Pelé is one of the most spiritual sports movies I've ever seen...”. The film celebrates the Ginga style of football, the nation of Brazil as well as the beauty of a community sharing a deep passion for soccer. The music soundtrack is also outstanding by Indian composer A. R. Rahman who also did Slumdog Millionaire, Million Dollar Arm and The Hundred-Foot Journey.

Inspiring Themes:
• Having a Vision
• Passion
• Perseverance
• Resilience
Indestructible Optimism
• Believing in Yourself
• Supportive Relationships
• Sense of Community
• Team Work
• Leadership

This movie made be think fondly about my dad who I remember talking enthusiastically about Pelé and his famous goals by kicking the ball over his head backwards. The film is a heartwarming father and son story and shows how supportive and loving parents can be. I highly recommend seeing this movie as a feel-good film on many levels for young and old!

“If you want to play professionally you can’t be ashamed of who you are.” 

“Don’t try so hard, just enjoy yourself. Everything else will come.” 

“Show us what happens when you have the courage to embrace who you truly are.” 

“I don’t know if we will win. But we will show them a beautiful game!” 

Whatever challenges you find yourself dealing with always remember the power of your favourite feel-good films. These are your resilience resources that can clear your congested mind and emotions. They can help re-energize your drive to move forward and cope and manage your challenges. Be open to discovering new movies too and you’ll be overflowing with uplifting cinematic choices!

Related Tips:
Tip#828: Motivatorman’s Top 10 Feel Good Movies 
Tip#756: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 1 - Fusia Magazine 5th Anniversary Party - Million Dollar Arm 
Tip#806: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 2 - St. Vincent
Tip#807: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 3 – The Artist
Tip#979: Top Feel-Good Movies, Pt 4 - Pelé: Birth of a Legend 

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