We are no longer children, those of us who lived through the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Red Threat. We have accumulated layers of knowledge, wisdom and, unlike seven year olds unable to quite stifle their terror, we have learned methods to deal with a sense of imminent threat.
The work that you do is not what you’d love to do, but you do it because you have to… and you wish you didn’t have to. That’s the uncomfortable feeling within the mind/heart of many of us.
Self-compassion allows you to meet life with an open-heartedness, and a tolerance that allows you to fully enjoy your successes and better manage the mistakes. It doesn’t eliminate the pain, or change the reality of the experience, but it helps you move through it easier. Next time “The Worst” happens, invoke your powers of self-compassion with these steps:
Watch this highly inspirational video with David Icke talking about humanity coming together to deal with the issues of the world – not just those that affect us: “Someone else’s injustice is our injustice. If we only think that injustice is worth challenging when it’s something that affects us, we are allowing that cancer of injustice to grow, and grow, and grow – and eventually it will knock on our door…”
What saddens me is Whitney Houston’s death was not unusual, already over the last few years we have witnessed the tragic passing of so many wonderful, talented, creative artists, leaving their life experience because of the all consuming fear of low self worth. What saddens me more is that those words ‘Am I good enough?’ should never be said…by anyone!
As dissatisfaction with the U.S. public school system grows, apparently so has the appeal of homeschooling. Educational researchers, in fact, are expecting a surge in the number of students educated at home by their parents
Companies should own every single bit of water on the planet, according to Nestle’s former CEO and now-Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe.
Have you ever felt that you try everything you can to manifest your soul mate, but no matter what you do, it never works for you? Manifesting your soul mate can be confusing with so many ideas about how to do it.
You may find yourself doing one thing and when that doesn’t work, trying another. The common mistakes to manifesting your soul mate are often from being in a place of lack, neediness, and desire to be validated by having someone in your life.
The truth is that you can heal these areas within you, have fun in the meantime, and bring your soul mate dancing into your life.
Why would your soul mate be dancing? Life is like a dance. It’s much more fun to dance and enjoy the flow of life than to sit idly by waiting.
Here are 3 tips to help you manifest your soul mate:
1. Let Go of Lack – You cannot manifest anything into reality from a place of lack, sadness or giving attention to what is missing from your life. If you do this, you are only reinforcing what is missing in your life. I know that is not your intention.
Try this instead: Make lists each day of all the things you love, everything from the warm socks on your feet, to your health and well-being. Try to stay focused on these things and surround yourself with what you love. This will uplift your energy and vibration.
2. Part with the Past – Do you think he was the one who got away? Focusing on the past may help you see how to communicate better in the future. If you’re stuck focusing on past mistakes and love lost, you only see the pain of loss and not the promise of the future.
3. Value Yourself – Use the things you love list to uplift your energy every day. Pay attention to the way you think and keep your thoughts focused on believing in yourself.
By letting love into yourself through focusing on things you love, seeing the promise of the future, and valuing yourself, you will set a course to meet your soul mate by attracting them to you.
Due to disruptive nature of society, it’s likely the case that for most, the lower self is separated from higher spiritual awareness at a pretty early age. Here’s what you can do about that…
There are a multitude of cast-off items that can be used to make a portable shrine: breath-mint tins with a hinged lid and empty matchboxes are tops on the list.
How well you communicate directly correlates with how understood and heard you feel by the response you receive from the other end of the dialogue.
If we want to understand how the material world is created and what keeps it in a perpetual motion, we need to study the language of the living energy codes of matter, which is made of light, sound, and vibration. Most of us know that the material world is made of matter, but we do not understand the mechanics behind it.
Based on scientific research, anthropological truths, and proven techniques, Dr. Wendy Walsh offers a revolutionary roadmap to lasting love that is both practical and empowering.
Is the stigma of online dating over? According to a dating survey (which IS sponsored by eHarmony), couples who met online have more lasting, satisfactory marriages.