“It’s never crowded along the extra mile.” – Wayne Dyer Doing more than what’s expected, doing a great job even when no one is watching, giving it…… Read more “It’s never crowded along the extra mile.”
“One moment can change a day, One day can change a life and One life can change the world.” – Buddha Everything can change in an instant.…… Read more “One moment can change a day, One day can change a life and One life can change the world”
My biggest goal for 2020? To build community! This past year I spent a lot of time writing a new book about the steps and lessons I…… Read more “My goal for 2020? To build community!”
“Before you speak to me about your religion, first show it to me in how you treat other people; before you tell me how much you love…… Read more “Show me, don’t just tell me!”
The Minds Journal “Of all the roads she traveled the journey back to herself was the most magnificent.” – SD The journey back to ourselves is the…… Read more “The journey back to ourselves”
Keep your kind heart! No matter what gets thrown at you, don’t lose yourself in the process! It’s tempting to return bad for bad, but that only…… Read more “Be kind in spite if what is thrown at you!”
“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.” – Chinese Proverb Imagination and dreaming are the first steps to creating…… Read more “Imagine big! Dream big!”
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Making a big move or even any transition in life can feel daunting!
You’ve known that this change was coming. You’ve researched it. You’ve asked people for advice. You may even have tested it out a little!
Yet, once you jump in with both feet and land in that new place, whatever it may be for you, once there you may feel some little nagging feelings of uncertainty!
Peace of mind… so essential for good emotional, spiritual and physical health! We cultivate it by choosing positive thoughts!
Don’t try to “chase away” negative thoughts, rather choose positive messages and keep repeating those! Trust is those thoughts, feel good about them, and keep selecting them when things don’t appear to go well in life!
I used to be a worrier, trying to anticipate everything before it happened and trying to prepare myself for everything! I didn’t have peace of mind! My mind was trying too hard to control every outcome by thinking of every possible outcome.
Tired of being manipulated? Tired of being toyed with for selfish purposes?
How do our “masters”, that is the narcissists keep us on a “leash” and push our buttons to keep us coming back?
One word. Fear.
Fear of losing their love. Fear of not getting their approval. Fear of their anger. Fear of their retribution… that’s revenge, or as they put it, punishment.
A little further into the book and James Praagh is speaking about Energy, more specifically Quantum Energy. What’s that? That was my question too!
Here’s my little story of how judging someone badly can deeply affect them! It’s not fun to read.
Over fifteen years ago when I had attended the second of two evangelical churches, I was personally reduced to the point of feeling so worthless to walk on this earth or to breathe the air that I was searching for a way to quietly leave this life.
How many times has it happened that you’ve been taught to do something a certain way and someone then does it differently and you blurt out “You’re doing it wrong!”
How many times have you been sure of your facts and someone says something you’re sure is wrong and you’ve said “You’re wrong about that!” …only to be proven wrong later?
Just how DOES a person deal with this?
We all make them. Some are tiny and insignificant while others are life-affecting.
It’s sometimes very tempting to find someone to blame it on, rather than accepting responsibility and the CONSEQUENCES ourselves.