Come read about how a flock of bumptious, beautiful ladies – frolicking in the sea – changed my whole Virgoan, pinickity, bs-body image perspective. I’ve never looked back! Mothers of young girls – you especially need to read this…
#bodyimage #love #lovetheskinyourein
It’s unconditional prayer, the practice of communicating with the Divine for the more connection, service and surrender. Unconditional prayer is the anti-thesis of “shopping list” praying where we tell the Divine what we want and when we want it.
I can honestly say that I owe my current life to Dr. Emoto’s work. Early in 2008, I saw the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?” which featured his work. At the time, due to some childhood trauma, I was suffering from all sorts of root chakra issues – problems with my knees, my finances and my career – just to name a few. My biggest issue, though, was constant anxiety. I just didn’t feel calm or safe in my own body. Doing yoga would help temporarily, but then I’d go to bed and my body’s cellular memory would kick back in and I’d awake anxious again.
It’s important to have down-time when your body is out of alignment physically — which we call having dis-ease or an ailment. We all know this. To carry on ‘as per normal’ when your body is feeling worn-out, sore or in pain is futile and leads to more suffering. Let’s try this out on something slightly different…
We go about our daily lives, mostly unaware that all of our actions are simply effects of one grand idea, one cause unfolding. But if we stop and look at the Universe as one Divine Mind or Infinite Consciousness expanding to know itself, then it only makes sense that we are unique yet integral and interwoven parts of that Divine Mind, and everything we do are expressions or movements of it as well.
I’ve always been fascinated by cultures, traditions, mentalities, and different ways of doing things and perceiving the world. So when I got my first working contract in Sweden seven years ago, I embraced it with tremendous joy.
It’s not a straight line to get from hurt to healed.
“What do I mean by arguing for your limitations? I mean making excuses for why you can’t have what you want in life.
‘I’d be a more positive person if I hadn’t had such a terrible childhood.’
‘I could have the job of my dreams if I didn’t have a family to support’…”
If we’re unaware of core beliefs, we may even convince ourselves that we just are not destined to be happy. Sadly many people accept this belief and thus manifest it into their destiny. But what if we are made aware of those core beliefs and we know that they can be healed? As long as we are open to the idea that they are not just “who we are”, there is not one core belief that cannot be overcome, healed and integrated so that you can live a happier, healthier life.
A quick exercise to demonstrate to yourself just how POWERFUL your focus really is <3