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Spirituality in The Fast Lane

Posted on May 28, 2015

Spirituality in The Fast Lane

The last thing I imagined myself doing a few weeks ago was racing Porsches in Alabama. It just goes to show you how life’s curveballs can come at any moment. An invitation from a friend turned into a life-changing experience. I discovered a sense of oneness in the last place I expected; behind the wheel of a 911 Carrera S at over 100 miles per hour on a real racetrack.

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TV Interview on THE LIST

Posted on Jul 10, 2014

TV Interview on THE LIST

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7 Powerful Things To Say To Your Spouse or Significant Other

Posted on Aug 29, 2013

7 Powerful Things To Say To Your Spouse or Significant Other

  Great Relationships are all about mutual value and the aligning of intentions as it relates to what you both desire to experience in life. These key desires and feelings often need to be experienced, he says. When you are feeling what you desire from the person you are in a committed relationship with you are in total harmony with your union. This aids as a great foundation of support when you face the challenges of the rest of the world (work, heath, friends, etc.).  When there is a feeling of a lack of mutual value with your significant other, all sorts of cracks can form in your relationship and disharmony and a negative state of mind can be the result. The Following are 7 simple yet powerful expressions that can light up the mind and heart of any spouse or significant other. These don’t need to be daily praises but rather dropped in at the right times.  This must be offered from a place of truth and authenticity. If in person it is best to be looking straight into their eyes when you speak. Your significant other will feel instantly uplifted and most importantly you will feel good that you shared a loving, powerful connecting truth! 1. “What can I get you?”  – This simple line conveys a real sense of care and concern. Whether you are at the store on your way home, going to the store, caring for them when they are sick, or just getting up from the couch to go to the kitchen, demonstrating that you are not only thinking of yourself but your significant other as well conveys a powerful message to them that they matter to you. 2. “I am grateful you’re in my life.” – This conveys a deep sense of appreciation. It offers how much meaning there is to their presence and decision to be with you on this road of life.  It represents the true nature of a partnership and that you are thankful for it. 3. “You are beautiful inside and out.” – This conveys the total acceptance of another. Everyone has their insecurities. When you offer this to another, if even for a moment, it can wash away every one of those insecurities. Putting them at ease and at peace about who they are will be a huge benefit to the experience of the relationship. 4. “Thank you for all that you do.” – This conveys a complete sense of acknowledgment and respect. Whether it is for washing the car, doing the laundry, paying the bills, making dinner, caring for the kids, cleaning the house, working long hours or any of the million other things we each have to do every day. Taking a sincere moment to stop and wholeheartedly say thank you can be a very big positive to any relationship. 5. “You turn me on.” – This conveys to your significant other that they are attractive and sexy. While not necessary for all relationships, intimacy can be a huge connecting and strengthening point. To let your significant other know they are desired emotionally, mentally and sexually by you is a big way to keep any relationship fresh and exciting. Make sure you pick the right moment and never say this with any expectation of immediate further developments. Saying this without need, but simply because you want to let them know how powerful they are, can pay big future relationship dividends. 6. “I am so in love with you.” – This conveys a wonderful sense of connection.  This is a different statement than, “I love you.”...

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How Bad Do You Really Want It?

Posted on Jun 11, 2012

How Bad Do You Really Want It?

Life can be an interesting game of pretend. What I mean by this is that many often go through life asking a lot of questions about the circumstances they face each day. Millions of questions are asked every day around the globe about life. Why is this happening to me? Why don’t I have this yet? What am I supposed to do to be happy? How do I achieve these my true desires and dreams? What is the reason I am here? The questioning goes on and on, over and over again. The fascinating part of this process is the part that has to do with the answers. This is where human beings reveal the truth about what the really want or are ready to experience. This is where the rubber really meets the road so to speak. Questioning comes in many forms. They take shape in prayer, meditation, and out of desperate yearning, however, only a tiny, tiny fraction of those asking questions are really ready for the answers. The simple reason is fear and the perceived pain of change. Ironically, humans are masters at denying change and tolerating pain. The way this works is by way of the many different tricks of the mind that are used to protect what has been believed as true. Here are a few; Delusion, denial and rationalizing. The unwilling and fearful mind will do just about anything to avoid new much more mepowering truth and the change that will come with it. Masters of “time” are we. “Where do I find these answers?” is often what one will scream in a last ditch effort to make an excuse for themselves and avoid the information. Do you really want to know? Because if you are ready, you will be answered. The answers you are looking for are always right here and right now. Yes it’s in these words and it’s in this moment. Do you believe it? Can you see it? Or, do you think this is just a trick or meaningless words? Will you even rationalize away this sacred moment right now? For just a second can you contemplate that you constructed this moment just for you? You constructed it to hear these words in this form at this time in order to expand a part of your general awareness. For just a moment can you see the divine elegance of a self-fulfilling eternally supportive universe? Can you see that what you ask for is as close to you as your next breath? If you can’t, if you don’t or if you won’t, it’s okay. When you are ready it will all be here just like it always has been since the day you asked your first question of mind. The universe is forever patient on you and your true moment of readiness. To receive all that you say you are truly searching to answers for, you have to really want it more than anything else, even if it means giving up everything you believed to be true. The reward for this level of faith, however, is a truth everlasting. Never stop questioning… Howard Falco is a spiritual teacher and author of a powerful new book on self-awareness titled, “I AM: The Power of Discovering Who You Really Are (Tarcher/Penguin) www.thebookIAM.com He teaches and speaks on the power of the mind and the creation of personal reality. More about his work, private counseling and schedule can be found at www.HowardFalco.com...

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New TV Interview about I AM

Posted on Apr 5, 2011

New TV Interview about I AM

Howard Falco is interviewed about his book I AM on The McMahon Group on AZTV. Watch the TV interview...

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The Source of Your Creative Power

Posted on Aug 8, 2010

August 7th – New Video Blog: The Source of Your Creative...

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