Have you ever taken the time to sit down and identify your strengths and weaknesses? Knowing what you excel in and where opportunities for improvement exist can put you on the path towards personal growth and can also lead to the discovery of your life purpose.Read more
The concept of mindfulness has become increasingly popular, but what does it mean and what are the benefits?
Mindfulness means to live in the present moment and be ‘present’ with a keen awareness of yourself, your thoughts, your feelings, your surroundings, the current situation and the people around you. There are many benefits to developing mindfulness, but here are six benefits that have the most positive impact.
On August 31st on the Cosmic Creating Radio Show, I shared the story about my journey to consciousness with the horse and what I learned from the experience that can help you step into your power as a cosmic creator. On Saturday 7th September I recorded another show, sharing more wisdom from the horse and how you can use these stories to empower yourself, improve relationships and create more success in your life.Read more
When you are a spiritual, conscious and empathic person who wants to do good in the world it can be hard to say no to people, especially those close to you, but you owe it to yourself and to your wellbeing to sometimes say no.
As a child, most of us were raised to be considerate to others and to accommodate them as much as possible. Unfortunately, this often means we become ‘people-pleasers’ in later life as a way of protecting ourselves from criticism and rejection.
Consider this, are you saying no to yourself by saying yes to others every time?
Motivational speakers talk a lot about action; take massive action, action, action, action. This implies that you must take action non-stop. Just do something, anything, towards your goal.
The empowered manifester knows that it is inspired action that counts.
Because inspired action works with the most powerful partner – the Universe – in perfect synchronicity.
There are several interpretations of the acronym FEAR, the most common being ‘False Evidence Appearing Real’. Personally, I prefer ‘False Expectations Appearing Real’.
Let me explain…
In most cases, our fears are not related to physical danger, they are internal fears – fear of failure, fear of success, fear of judgment, fear of rejection, etc.
‘Evidence’ implies that there is validity to your fear, that facts support it, but in most cases, there is no evidence; the fear is in your mind, it is imaginary.
‘Expectations’ are thoughts about what might happen in the future, which again are products of our imagination. They aren’t real.