Posts Tagged ‘attitudes’
When it comes to our health and well-being, hypnotherapists are valuable caregivers who are always ready and available to serve us. They are like ‘personal chefs’ who help us by feeding our subconscious mind recipes for self-fulfillment.
Whatever it is that you wish to do in your life, your mind is the ‘master blender.’ First you must know what you want and then you need to convince yourself to consume it.
Change is not always easy and you need to continuously reinforce and nourish the thought, in order to achieve it. If you desire to be healthy, you must think healthy, positive thoughts. You must have a healthy attitude toward others, as well as yourself. You must talk positive, and not negative. You also need to forgive others, as well as yourself. Also, when you are in good company, good things happen. Surround yourself with good people and think good thoughts, for this is truly the good life. Read the rest of this entry »
I was reflecting recently on my improved health, which has been the direct result of making self-care a priority. This past year my priority has been putting earning an income on the back burner, and investing in the most important asset I have – me.
I reflected on the financial abundance that was about to come into my life. I had always been abundant in heart. I just needed to purify my body and mind to match what was in heart.
I realized something. Those of us who have been abundant in heart internally, yet deprived of love from externals, need to be prepared to receive abundance. This applies not only to finances, but also to relationships, both romantic and platonic. Read the rest of this entry »
In the theory of one dimensionalism, there can be the true perception of the consciousness inside of it, which may make the consciousness inside of it feel like it is three dimensional. In this theory the identity or consciousness is very aware of their own surroundings, their own place, so to speak.
In theory, one could perhaps be a fish in a fishbowl and one would not know life as any different than the place in which it swims. It would perceive its home as normal. In this particular story, the fish can look out and see a watery replica of the sky. Within this obscured vision of the sky, it would then perceive the ceiling of its world as normal, whereas in fact there is a multidimensional and non-boundary world beyond its home. Read the rest of this entry »
As a parent, I’m very familiar with the disciplinary technique known as the time-out. I personally do not use this method for my two children, but I’ve read lots of parental literature that discusses the concept. I’ve also dealt with daycare providers and teachers who use this technique with their students.
I recently had some difficult feelings surface in my own life, as I continue to work on my crown chakra. After doing some craniosacral work, I experienced feelings of unworthiness considering my new career path. I heard a toxic inner voice whispering, “You’ll never be good enough, no matter which career path you choose.”
Then I took a time-out. I took some days off from doing psychic work. I walked. I had a massage. I nourished my soul. Read the rest of this entry »
Some of us are ‘can do’ people, while others are always saying, “No can do.” Who would you rather be? This has given me food for thought. What do I really tell myself about my own abilities? Can I really do what I want to do, or am I going to do whatever it may be?
Some people tell themselves that they are not smart enough to do what they want to do for their life’s work. Their mind is already made up. No can do. They go through life accepting and settling for their second, or even third choice.
Others have the attitude, when told they can’t possibly do something, they will show the world they can accomplish anything they choose to do. They believe they can achieve anything they put their mind too. Read the rest of this entry »
I thought today of how certain expressions tend to stick in our minds; thoughts which we adopt for a while, or even a lifetime. It can be the words of a famous writer we have read somewhere, an expression in a song, or even just the ideas of somebody we just had a brief conversation with.
Internationally renowned author and speaker, Wayne Dyer, once said, “You will never get everything done.” It’s a good feeling at the end of the day, to know that we’ve gotten through much on our ‘to-do list.’ But for me, I also gain some comfort from such as words of wisdom as Wayne Dyer’s, as well as the poem, Desiderata, which advises us to, “Go placidly amid the noise and the haste.” Read the rest of this entry »
A trusted friend of mine has a funny saying that I find hilariously true. “Love is like the dew,” he says, “it can fall on any piece of poo in the yard.” He’s right you know. You meet this person, you are inexplicably drawn to him. Then you get to know him better. You begin to share your feelings for each other, your views of the world, maybe even your plans for the future.
Then suddenly you also see his shadow side. “What is so wrong with that,” you may ask. I asked that too, but then, as an empath and professional clairvoyant, I have come to understand how just those simple things can send a promising relationship into a tail-spin.
Why would loving someone and sharing your feelings with them be so damaging? It should be easy instead. You meet someone you have very strong feelings for, and he has feelings for you too. It should be wonderful and fulfilling, but in actuality it sometimes turns into something terrifying and destructive. Read the rest of this entry »
Some people become great inventors, physicians, leaders, politicians or investors, among many other noble professions. They can measure their legacies easily from the many lives they have touched with their work. Often their identities are household names and the entire world is familiar with their efforts.
But what about those of you who are living day-to-day, doing the best you can to keep your life in balance, your children educated and your mortgage or rent paid? What kind of legacy do you envision for your own family and for the world in which you live? Read the rest of this entry »