Are You a Deliberate Creator of Your Life?
Many of us aren’t aware that we truly have the ability to deliberately create the life we want. If you’d like to get an idea of what deliberate creation is and how you can bring it into your life and put it into practice, I invite you to have a look at this article. You might find you resonate with it and that deliberate creation is right for you.Make Your Relationships Work
Every relationship will be tested by quarrels, fighting, misunderstanding, misrepresentations, misinterpretations and so on. You need to understand that quarrel is not the end of your friendship. Quarrel is indeed a testing and stabilizing instrument to make a relationship Stronger, so whenever one happens, allow it to make your relationship and not to mar it.Broken Down In Tiny Pieces – An Opportunity for Healing Transformation
There are many events that may cause us to feel like we have been broken into tiny pieces. Most common is the loss of a loved one or a relationship we felt so secure and happy in we could not imagine it ending. But it did. A succession of hardships can cause us to feel like we have been beaten against the waves. Many times, there is no event. We simply wake up one day and come to terms with the fact that we do feel brokenConquer Yourself
We all have a lot conquer; the road to success is full of hurdles of different heights, widths and shapes. To succeed in life, you have to be in full control of your own life. Taking responsibilities is the starting point. Blame shifting is never necessary. Success is never cheap and you’ve got all it takes to win. Learn, learn and learn – and fight on. Don’t be afraid of failure – children do fall many times when learning to walk, any child that is afraid of failing will never walk; striving towards perfection is a continuous and a life-long lessons. All of us ought to be wearing the sign “under-construction” hung on our necks. Get real, be yourself and be the best!Where Do You Find the God Who Created You?
To answer the question, “Who am I” requires you ask, “Where did I come from?” Many try to answer that question with a genealogical search. That only answers part of the question.Do You Have A Fear Of Competing? Overcoming Fear And Competition Nerves
In this article I wanted to carry on from last month’s topic of Competition Success and talk about the last challenge I see riders facing – overcoming their fears and competition nerves, so they feel excited and calm in the test rather than sick and anxious. I love competing! Unfortunately, a lot of people can’t say that. They feel competing is pressure, expectation, something they have to endure rather than enjoy. This can be for a myriad of reasons but with knowing a bit more about why you do what you do you can overcome these challenges and love competing.Mysteries of Everyday Life
It seems these days that we want to understand, explain and find a use for everything we encounter. If we get stuck, we can find an answer on Google or some other search engine. Often we become so involved in the practical that we completely miss most of the little delights along our life path. This seems especially true of things which have no easy explanation.Prayer and Fasting As Weapons of Defeating Problems
Prayer and fasting are some of the most powerful spiritual weapons you can use to overcome and solve problems. Prayer is the art of asking God to help you solve problems or asking for divine intervention concerning your problems. God encouraged us in the bible to pray, in fact, our Lord Jesus Christ taught His disciples to pray. This implies that prayer is very important and God is expecting us to ask Him to help us. On the other hand fasting is the art of devotion, to seek the face of God through self denial of some bodily pleasures like food, drinks, sex and usual merriment that we love to have as human beings. It could be a long period of fasting that usually last for 7 to 40 days: some people fast longer than 90 days: while some other people fast for as long as 120 days. I heard someone saying openly while preaching that he fasted for five hundred days.The Hanged Man in Tarot’s Fools Journey
The Fool in Tarot represents all of mankind on their life journey. On the ninth day, with no conscious thought of why he climbs the tree and dangles from a branch upside down like a child. For a moment, he surrenders all that he is, wants, knows or cares about. Coins fall from his pockets and as he gazes down on them – seeing them not as money but only as round bits of metal. It seems to him that his perspective of the world has completely changed, as if his inverted position has allowed him to dangle between the mundane world and the spiritual world, able to see both. It is a dazzling moment, dreamlike yet crystal clear.Subduing The Enemies
Many of our enemies are unseen but their activities can be seen and felt. For example, sickness is your enemy because it came to you to abuse you, to deface you, and to eventually kill you. This enemy is so strong that even though you cannot see it, you can feel its effect on you and every one who sees you will acknowledge its presence and effect in your life. I like you to explore the power inside you and the possibilities of overcoming and ruling over all your enemies of progress most of which are non-human.Why Blame Others for Your Failure?
When you blame other people for your failure, you are giving power to the situation to drag you deeper into greater failure. Failure is not confirmed until you blame somebody else, people who succeeded had failed more times than you can imagine but they took responsibility for every mistake and failure. When you own up and accept the fact that you failed and more than that, you take responsibility that it was your fault and not any other person’s, then your creative abilities will go to work on how to do it better next time.Transition Coaching: How Is My Transition Meaningful?
Change often comes whether you want it, pursue it, or ask for it. Major events can seem like pivotal moments in your growth and development. It’s natural to feel some disillusionment and wonder, ‘Where do I go from here?’ Transition coaching helps people to make a shift in way that is most productive, supportive, and meaningful for them. We are going to consider the top 3 types of transitions and how you can make the most of them!