Posts Tagged ‘success’
Are you struggling to find your own particular niche in this existence? Why did you come here? What is your life purpose? There are a many clues easily available to you if you care to look:
1. Ask at least ten people you know what they think your greatest strength is.
2. Write down all the things you love to do, even if it something bizarre like brushing hair, doing nails, walking the dog. Make yourself come up with at least twenty things you enjoy, then narrow those down to ten, and finally down to five. This will at least begin to give some insight into your interests and desires.
3. Ask yourself some basic questions like: do you prefer to work indoors or outdoors; if money were no object would you be doing what you are doing now; and do you prefer to work with people, animals or the environment? If you choose people, would that be adults, seniors, children, teenagers, or the general population. Read the rest of this entry »
If your friends, neighbors, or co-workers were asked to describe you briefly, what would they say? That you were “nice,” “kind,” “generous?” Maybe “rude,” “messy,” or “thoughtless?” What comes to mind when we hear those words? Each one of them is a snapshot of who we are as people. But we don’t get there without lots of words of our own.
Most of what we say, as well as think, the “little voices” in our mind, is done without much thinking. It’s easy to get into a rut and stay there. That’s how habits are formed. It’s also how we succeed or fail. If we start telling ourselves that we are worthless, unlovable, or stupid, we’ll start believing it. Others will too! Read the rest of this entry »
I had a very stressful situation recently, too personal to be written about here, but I can assure you my Italian temper blew up completely due to my frustration. I had to humble myself to people I did not feel comfortable with, and had to set my ego aside entirely.
I felt I had to hit or break something. I took a good box of empty jars and shattered every one of them against a rock outside. The explosive sound of the breaking glass was a source of relief. It is not something I am really proud of doing, but I am only human, and sometimes our more base instincts rise to the surface in this way. I am normally a highly sensitive, compassionate, and spiritual person, but I was not setting much of an example in this case. I had clearly lost it this time. Read the rest of this entry »
Understanding the concept of prosperity is just as important as pursuing prosperity. In the past several years I have had the opportunity to speak to some very wealthy clients. In discussing various topics with these individuals it is very clear that prosperity has nothing to do with the amount of wealth someone holds. Money is certainly an aspect of prosperity, but it does not bring about prosperity. For example, individuals who have sacrificed relationships and freedom for the sake of financial success are not individuals that I would consider prosperous.
Prosperity is not gauged through the amount of money in your bank account, but rather the conditions of your life. I define prosperity this way: it is the ability to find fulfillment in all areas of life. So here are the five strategies of prosperity thinking that I have found bring about prosperity and abundance. Read the rest of this entry »
Born between March 21 and April 20, Aries are spirited, brave, worry free, friendly, exciting, likable, decision oriented, direct, witty , and filled with energy. On the other hand, they can also be stubborn, angry, unreliable, emotional, undiplomatic, hostile, unmerciful, rash, and conceited.
At their best Aries are spirited and exciting. They have endless energy and they are bold and likable. They are filled with a love of life. Aries, at their best, are enthusiastic and brave.
They are also individualistic and have a strong personality. They refuse to let others tell them who to be and what to be. Aries are often decisive. They are clear headed. They tend to have complete faith in their reactions, which makes them excellent leaders. Read the rest of this entry »
Colors operate from a more truthful meaning than most people may realize. We are very connected to particular colors and the meaning is relative to each individual.
Those that operate from a “Pink” format are easy to recognize. They are the loving, caring people we come across in life who are friendly and talkative, spread kindness everywhere they go and want everyone to feel good, and would prefer that we did not harbor any bad feelings or ill will towards others. They are bona fide do-gooders – always on call to give a helping hand. They love to hold and cuddle babies, and continually look for the goodness in others. They fail to see the shortcomings of those the rest of us feel fit to judge.
Interestingly, Pinks quite frequently have a weight problem, mainly since they do not see the need to sacrifice themselves to some obscure diet and are notorious for a total dislike of the idea of exercising. Read the rest of this entry »
“Everyone has guides and helpers that are with them all the time. All that needs to be done is to slow down long enough to listen. Whenever life seems to be speeding up, then it is time for you to start slowing down.
Meditation is great for this. Just slow your mind, surround yourself with peace and quiet and open up your mind. Bring your focus inward. We, your guides and helpers, will communicate with words and visions as well as through your dreams.
Your questions are great as it gives us something to answer initially. Eventually, you will be able to just tune in and listen and we will speak. We are all just waiting to help you. We cannot do so, if you don’t ask and if you don’t listen. This is true for everyone – all of humanity. Yes, it is so much easier than any of you imagine it to be. What makes it so difficult in today’s world is that so many do not slow down…ever. They are rushing from place to place, worrying, and trying to stay in control of all the irons they have in the fire, and of all their relationships. Read the rest of this entry »
I have been doing intuitive readings for many years, and some of my regular clients are some of the wealthiest people in the country. Yet, many of them suffer broken relationships, heartache, and face other life struggles. Even though their money is in order, they are lacking in many other areas of their lives. So, it is my conviction that the true definition for prosperity is not just money, but rather a feeling of fulfillment in all areas of life. Read the rest of this entry »