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Monthly Archives: April 2011

 

Can Healthy Living Tips Really Help Me?

April 17th, 2011

Where do you start when everything in your life feels unhealthy or broken?  Can it really make a difference at all to make a healthy change?  I believe healthy living tips can help you. All you can do is all you can do.  Choose one healthy living tip to focus on at a time.  Watch for the subtle changes in your life, your health, your body, your mind, your emotions but looking to see if it is changing you for the better. Focus on making changes that are small and easy at first so you can feel successful and build on that success. Start with five to ten minutes a day exercising, meditating,... Read More

Prosperity Laws – Where Is My Money?

April 15th, 2011

Where is my money is a common feeling for many people these days.  If you have a lifetime or a long-time focus on what you don’t have or on lack, the law of prosperity says you are attracting more lack into your life.  I know how hard it can be to stop thinking in lack.  It’s almost automatic.  When you worry about paying the rent or mortgage, your bills piling up,putting food on the table, it’s still very hard to think in prosperity. But thinking in prosperity is the very thing you must do to attract prosperity in your life, based on the Prosperity Laws. What you focus on... Read More

My Life is Good, is Yours?

April 14th, 2011

Having the attitude of  ”  My life is  good ” is  a matter of perspective.  It’s an attitude of my life is good and I am happy. I know that  life has its ups and downs. How we handle them is what  makes the difference.  You always have a choice: Do I focus on the negative ? or Do I focus on the good? The negative view is usually what’s happening in the moment or a small narrow focus.  Or we focus on the good, a larger focus. If you review your life from a higher perspective, you might notice  that everything works out, eventually. It may not work out the way you... Read More

I Hate My Life?

April 10th, 2011

I hate my life can be a momentary experience or a longer stuck feeling.  It’s a feeling of rejection of self,  a feeling of limitation.  You do not like what’s happening in the moment, or you are focusing on everything you don’t like in the moment. I hate my life is a feeling of powerlessness.  You are in a place of a victim-hood. If you hate your life, the truth is the only person that can change your life, is you.  This is not meant as a judgment, I see this as a point of choice for  your “unstuck-ness” .  It may feel like nothing is changing, but if you... Read More

What Are Some More Self Esteem Activities?

April 10th, 2011

Self esteem is believing in yourself.  It is saying to yourself and others – “I matter to myself.” It is the feeling of self-confidence, knowing you can do (or get the help to do) whatever it is you want to do. It is also self-worth, knowing you have value.  You do not need to prove your worth or earn your worth; you already have it. Self esteem activities help you build your feelings of self-worth and self confidence. So some  self esteem activities are: 1. One of the most important activities is how we talk to ourselves inside our heads, with no put downs.  Talk to yourself... Read More

What Does Nonverbal Communication Tell You?

April 8th, 2011

Have you ever sat in the room and felt uncomfortable?  Have you ever had a conversation with someone who was talking reasonably and  made sense but you didn’t believe them? Well you were responding to nonverbal communication. Most of our communication is nonverbal communication.  It is said only about 7 -10% of our communication are the words that we speak.  The rest of our communication is non-verbal communication.  There are very many ways we communicate non verbally. Some ways are body language.  Are we open, are we closed.  Are we moving forward or are we pulling back. The tone... Read More

Symptoms of Stress – Why do I Want to Yell at Everyone?

April 8th, 2011

You know  the symptoms of stress is often the feeling of being overloaded, doing too much, being over-committed. Your  to-do list is overflowing and it seems like nothing is getting done. You walk around in a hurry and  forgetting your needs and what’s really important.Sometimes, when we have symptoms of stress, you just want to yell at everyone “get out of my way”,” let me get something done”, or” whatever sets you off in the moment”. These are signs that you need to slow down, not hurry up. You need to relax and do some self-care. You need to take... Read More

Do We Need Maslows Hierarchy of Needs?

April 5th, 2011

We can often feel pulled in many directions, and not know what is most in an important  in the moment to do. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a reality check. It can also show us what is motivating us in our actions. So, the first question  to ask our self would be, “Are my basic needs taken care of like  food, water, sleep?”. If  that’s taken care of, then  you move up   to the next one, safety. “Is my body safe, Do I have employment, resources,?  Is my family taken care of?, Is my house taken care of, my property safe? If yes, then the next focus is what... Read More

Inspirational Thoughts and Spiritual Science- Emmas Teachings Part Two

April 1st, 2011

Today, I want to talk some more about Emma’s teachings, and her second practice of spiritual science that has to do with  denials.  Emma Curtis Hopkins has us apply practices daily that are based in spiritual science or christian science. The beauty of Emma’s teachings is that you do not need to understand what she asks us to do, she just gives us practices and see what happens in your life. Now, her denials are pretty wild to believe in, but the thing about Emma’s teachings is that you don’t have to believe it.  You don’t even have to understand it.  You just... Read More