January 28th, 2014
“The key to working with happiness healthfully is to see it as a momentary passage and not a final destination.” – Karla McLaren, The Language of Emotions
In How to Always Stay Positive, Part 1 we discussed the merits of rephrasing our words and thoughts toward what is possible and the outcomes we truly desire for ourselves. The intent behind rephrasing our thoughts is to engage the feeling of capability and knowledge of our true desires. Read the rest of this article →
January 23rd, 2014
When it comes to expectations, we seem to encounter all sorts of issues.
Sometimes, we think that we should lower our expectations so we don’t get disappointed. Other times, we set them really high because we want to attract positive things in our lives.
How is it really supposed to be??? Read the rest of this article →
January 21st, 2014
“All that we are is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts and made up of our thoughts. If a man speaks or acts with a good thought, happiness follows him like a shadow that never leaves him” – Gautama Buddha
I recently watched a documentary called “The Secret” and one of the commentators, a writer named Mike Dooley, said three very profound words about the Law of Attraction: “Thoughts become things.”
Think about that. What if you simply change the way you think about the events of your life? Can a shift in perception of today’s moments impact the future?
If you were to ask me what I know for sure, my answer would be – nothing. If you ask me what I choose to believe based on the story of my life I would tell you three things:
- Our thoughts inspire our feelings
- Thoughts and feelings together inspire our decisions and actions
- Decisions and actions create our experiences Read the rest of this article →
January 16th, 2014
I am not a morning person, and I think I never will be. I have to admit, however, that there are periods when I do get an early start. And when I do, the day turns out to be more productive.
Additionally, I’ve noticed that when I wake up earlier than usual, I tend to have more time to do things unrelated to work. When I do these things before turning my laptop on, the day gets even better.
Let me share these habits that may also help you start you day right. Read the rest of this article →
January 7th, 2014
Have you felt a little foggy and forgetful lately? Better focus, improved memory, and a sharper mind are all possible with just a few simple techniques and all-natural treatments.
If you want to be more productive and focused throughout your day, just adopt some of these tips into your daily life. Call them five steps to a sharper mind. Read the rest of this article →