You are a gift and You are unique…
We all have a special gift that gives us our purpose in life. We may not recognize it at an early age and often forget about it, and later in life, realize what our place is in our existence.
What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you wake up? Is it, “today is going to be a great day!” or “not again…”?
What we think primes our mind and makes us encounter things, events, experiences in line with that thinking. We’re like magnets that draw us to what we radiate.
Have you heard of the Law of Attraction?…
Forgiving someone who has done you wrong is so hard to do!
We carry that heaviness inside us that affects the way we live our lives. We become grouchy & sensitive for every little thing and sometimes, it leads to destroying relationships.
I know it’s hard, but I found a way to make it easy…
Sometimes manifesting is as simple as asking for help. Yep, you read that right. You see when we can combine our weaknesses with someone else’s strength, we can get to where we’re trying to go a lot faster, right?
For example, let’s say we’d like to go to Disney World, but we’ve never been before. We know there is so much to see, but we really want to see the castle. Could we get to the castle on our own? Sure! It might take us a while, we might misstep and get lost a few times, but we could probably get there. Well how about this, what if we had our very own personal guide who knows the park so well, and could not only get us there, but do so in the most efficient manner. That’s what we’re talking about! We can partner with someone, or ask for guidance and help from someone who is in a position to help us, this is how we are able to manifest our dreams even faster.
Have you ever heard someone who practices yoga say they started for the workout, but then found so much more? It helped them with their stress, coping after a loss, being mindful, and living in the present moment. Well, I am here to tell you IT’S TRUE!
Yoga teaches us about the mind, body, soul connection. What I mean by that is, when you begin to practice yoga, your mind starts to quiet, and in that quiet you are able to live whole heartedly in the moment. This allows us to process things as they happen so that emotions don’t get stuck, and boil over later (you all know what I’m talking about)