Ten Commandments of The Lifestyle Architect

1

Thou Shalt Believe In a Higher Power

You will never become the highest and best version of yourself unless you tap into the unlimited power of the infinite, the Source of all creation.  Call it what you will - God, The Universe, Source Energy - it only matters that you call upon it.

2

Thou Shalt Be Intentional With Thy Thoughts

The Secret is real - thoughts become things.  One of the core principles of "architecting" your dream life is manifestation because what you think about you bring about.  Guard thy thoughts as they're likely to become words.

3

Thou Shalt Guard Thy Tongue

The best way to guard your tongue against low level consciousness is to guard your thoughts.  Thoughts become words, words become actions, actions become behavior, behavior becomes habit and your habits are what define who you are.  Your words are a super power, use them wisely.

4

Thou Shalt Take Care of Thyself

If you don't take care of your self - physically, emotionally, spiritually - it will be very hard for you to take care of others.  You are the machine that will manifest your dreams into reality.  Good input, good output.  Give yourself the gift of love and take care of you because we need you at your best.

5

Thou Shalt Present Thy Authentic Self

Be not what you think the world expects of you or like anyone else you might compare yourself to, just be you.  Along the path of higher consciousness, you will discover your true power lies in allowing your true authentic self to emerge.

6

Thou Shalt Invest In Relationships

The success of your life will not be a measure of your Earthly treasure, but rather the people you impact in the world.  Remember, people may not always remember what you say but they will always remember the way you make them feel.  Treat your family well, and find family in all those you meet.

7

Thou Shalt Live the Golden Rule

Do unto others as you would have them do unto thee, this is the Golden Rule.  This rule is very simple, yet so hard to live completely.  Do your best and treat others with kindness, grace, compassion and love and you will find there is also the Golden Law - what you put out will return in kind.

8

Thou Shalt Respect Thy Money

If you endeavor to become wealthy only so that you can have things, you will never be fulfilled.  I want you to become wealthy so that you can use your wealth for good in the world, starting with giving yourself the opportunity to be a blessing to others.  Your being poor does not serve anyone.

9

Thou Shalt Have Fun and Play

Life is hard and life is serious, but you don't always have to be.  Take time to have fun and play.  Explore your interests and hobbies outside of your work.  Doing so will give your life more complexity, depth, balance, meaning, fulfillment, and happiness.  

10

Thou Shalt Find Meaning In Thy Work

Life owes you nothing.  Likewise, your work, at any stage in your life, does not exist to give you fulfillment and meaning.  It is your job to bring meaning and purpose to it.  Whatever your work, consider how it positively impacts others and take pride in the service you are providing to humanity for doing so.