Imagination and dreaming are the first steps to creating a plan an putting it into action! We can be limitless! When I was a kid my mother…… Read more “Imagine big! Dream big!”
It’s amazing how after even years of healing and inner work, we can instantly be triggered to go spiraling down!
How do we get out of the negative mindset?
Celebrating Mother’s Day can either be a cheap commercial process or a deeply emotional family celebration! It’s our choice how we see it and how we celebrate it!
In my family we’ve done both. Now, we celebrate it as a way of honoring the people who have made sacrifices for their families.
Living mindfully isn’t enough if we aren’t also adding the secret element of joy, for that’s what brings us satisfaction!
I’ve written about following our joy in life, but purposefully choosing to do things which bring us joy really is the secret sauce to living a fulfilled life!
At the beginning of January this year Netflix started a brand new program called Tidying with Marie Kondo, which I was curious enough about to watch!
Wow! Marie has the whole concept of joy down to an art! Her area of expertise (tidying) has allowed her to observe that when people simplify their belongings and choose what brings them joy, then organize and display them, that the emotional benefits greatly impact their lives and their relationships by redefining what and how they choose to live!
I’m excited to let you know about the new release of the “Removing Inner Blocks” Journal, the newest to my growing list of focused journals designed as tools to help you resolve life issues!
When we’ve gone through emotional and/or physical traumas, the internal damage can deeply affect us and act as barriers to our forward advancement or work against us subconsciously to sabotage our efforts, in spite of strong efforts in the beginning.
WHY would this happen to people who have otherwise set their foot on the path to success?
When I created the Anger Journal I knew I was creating a tool which would be much more than a notebook to dump thoughts!
After all, why would a person buy an anger journal if a simple notebook could suffice?
As with all my books, I’m creating tools. Tools to help a person deal with the immediate moment, and also as a way of gaining valuable insights for growth!
By asking guided questions, it becomes more than a dumping ground!