Trusting Your Spiritual Path: Getting From Point A to Point B (The Golden Years Of The Golden Age)
It couldn’t be a more important time to be walking our sacred journey to the Soul. Spirit had generously provided uncommon wisdom to me via repeating song lyrics in my mind throughout the past week. At first, I brushed it off because I didn’t immediately understand its purpose but after a week long sojourn in my thoughts and much rumination, the epiphany hit me. I am told we are perfectly capable of traveling full circle ending at the beginning, a much improved and highly desired beginning. But first, we must find our “right” path and trust that we found it.Here’s How Your Life Changes In 1-2-3
Get real. First off this is the most important bit because I’m asking you to get real with what’s not working in your life. Take a breath – is it your sex life? Men? Money? Job? House? Where you live?… Tell me out loud!Express Your Best Self
Every wonder about people who just seem to know what they want and to get it? Do you long to be one of those people, but perhaps are afraid of asking for what you need and want? In the end, it comes down to a couple of simple things that will allow for your life to be calmer, more fulfilling, joyous and abundance and I’ll share those with you now.5.6: Persevere Power Is Enhanced in Surrender
More often than I care to admit, I have quit. I have walked off of jobs, terminated projects, and submitted to the realities of more than one broken business model. No doubt there were times when I quit too soon; if I would have persevered another day or week or month, I may have achieved my goals.Getting Rid of Bad Thoughts
It is not always as simple as making a choice. There are many times that we need to act upon the choice. Simply making the choice is not an action. It is a thought. It is not until an action is taken that the choice is reality. When you are working towards changing your thought process it can be even more difficult. Here are a 5 simple actions that I am practicing in my own action of making a choice.Eight Compelling Reasons Why We Should All Have a Hobby
Hobbies are a way of filling your leisure time with something you are interested in. The great thing about them is you can choose what you do. They are for your enjoyment and satisfaction. Whether it is bird watching, playing soccer, collecting stamps, dancing, singing, there are a multitude of activities out there. In this article I want to talk about some of the very good reasons why we should all have a hobby. Hopefully they will spur you on every week or even every day to take up a hobby, resume an old one or ramp up an existing passion.Compassionate Communication: The Art of Saying The Hard Things
Compassion Communication is an effective technique that gives us the emotional vocabulary and listening skills needed to get unstuck in challenging moments. This form of communication can work exceptionally well in personal situations and a slightly looser version can facilitate understanding in many work environments.Hate – Insidious and Ensnaring
Hate is like an acid that eats away at you from the inside out. It serves no good in your life yet many people spew out hatred every day. Since hate is negative and a fear-based vibration, it can only bring back to you life experience from that same vibration of negativity.Is Life Coaching Just What You Need?
What is coaching? Coaching is good for anyone who is motivated to create a better life. Coaches help their clients explore and come up with the best choices for them based on where they are and the client’s vision for their future.Change Your Grip in Golf or Life – How Tiny Changes Can Have Big Impacts
Changing one’s grip on a golf club can significantly impact both the distance and the direction the ball will travel. This is a useful analogy for life. For when we make a seemingly small change in our grip on life – our attitude, perspective, priorities, daily habits, etc – the effects can be substantial.What Makes You Grow?
What is your purpose in life? Better yet, what purposes greet you every day to bring joy and contentment, challenge and rewards. I hope they are numerous (or at least two), exhilarating, and that they stimulate growth and incite wonder and abundant success in your life and provide you with immense happiness.5.5: The Reward of Perseverance
“Cassie won a full-ride scholarship to a Division One California University!” bragged my friend whose granddaughter is a star high-school track athlete. “What is her best event?