Try this out right now and prove just how powerful your thoughts really are 🙂
We all have bad habits. You can let them run you — or you can change them. Read this and take control of your habits and your life!
Want to be happier? Move out of your ego and into a vaster, more carefree soul perspective. Read this!
Do you have an addiction (or even just a “negative” habit) you want to overcome? Read this.
Serious change will only emerge from an external force able to stand up to the existing momentum of government and the special interests attached to it. The multifaceted resistance we see on the streets — the great American awakening — may be that force.
Even though Dad isn’t here to give me advice, I still ask myself what he would do when I’m faced with something that seems impossible.
You are either consciously co-creating your life experience by taking responsibility for your choices and where your thoughts and actions are taking you, or, you are randomly plodding along the path that is leading to your so-called fate. The latter being a route that you feel you have no choice over and that this hocus-pocus balderdash of ‘creating your own destiny’ is just a new-age farce. I have no problem with that and good luck to you.
Empathetic and optimistic are just two of the characteristics that make leaders highly effective these days. Read this and discover the other 5 traits leaders should cultivate.
You see, the majority of our choices and actions don’t come from our conscious mind, but rather, from our subconscious mind. And our subconscious mind is like an open, eager child. It listens to the content of what we say and obeys. If you say “I’m always late,” “I’m bad at math” or “I’m broke,” your subconscious mind takes those labels in and continues to recreate those identities and tendencies.
Were you emotionally, physically, or sexually abused as a child? You’re not alone — Read this!
Farhana Dhalla: A love letter should be unabashed in its adoration, syrupy sweet & void of any ‘objective’ look. That’s why I’m sharing the Love Letter I wrote for myself.
Happiness or fulfillment is not something we should really be striving for in some up-and-coming event — it’s something we’ve got to grab right now. Let’s take a look at some of the prime aspects that I think are worth kicking to the curb in the pursuit of happiness: