Mastering the Art of Feeling Good Intro Series: Part-2 Now that you understand a bit more about your own personal power (Part-1), let's examine ways of using that power to add more joy into your life to feel good more often. The first step is to simply intend to do it. Decide you will seek to feel good more often.
Often, when we get in touch with our most heartfelt and hopeful dreams, what may also surface are some of our doubts. There is an important relationship between (what I refer to as) the dreamer and the doubter that live inside of us. It is useful and necessary to develop skills for dealing with our doubt; otherwise your dreams could very well get squelched.
Whether you hope to change jobs, go back to college, travel or help others, you may feel overwhelmed by your day-to-day responsibilities, causing you to never give your wishes a second thought. Many of us wish to travel more, to experience new places, new foods or new cultures. Seldom do we find a way to make our dreams a reality. With a few helpful strategies, you can create your own wish list to conquer. So, in honor of World Wish Day, here are four steps that will explain how to make your dreams a reality.
In honor of this day, I wanted to write about what touched me most: faith. Like many, I find myself at point in life where I just don't have the same willpower I once did. I tell myself to do things like eat healthier or get more exercise, but I'm just not motivated the way I used to be. When giving up is not an option, but motivation isn't working, where else can you turn?
We’ve heard a lot about hope recently, but one thing was not said. Hope is scary. Anyone who dares to hope runs the risk of disappointment and feelings of failure. With the overwhelming focus on success in our culture, the threat of failure and disappointment is blown out of proportion. In my counseling practice, I see a lot of people who are afraid to follow their dreams without a guarantee.
I want you to know that I know and understand where you are at in your life. I was once there too. There was a time when I was single and in “manifesting mode”- what I mean by that is I decided to intentionally do the internal work to make the shifts and changes in ME and my core beliefs about life, love and men.
Here’s my dream: to inspire spiritual, single women to step into their power, speak their truth and live the life of their dreams with their soulmate by their side. Why do you want to find your soulmate? Why do you want to live the life of your dreams?Are you chasing the “paper” (just the guy, the money, the hot body, the next job promotion) or are you going for fulfillment, joy, peace, self-love- your dreams?
by Dr. Lynda Klau We all yearn to be real, to feel connected to ourselves and to others. Often, however, we lose this connection. We’re not living from our deepest passion, but we cannot find a way to bring it into our lives. We yearn to be more successful at work, but we lack the courage to take the necessary steps. Or perhaps a personal crisis, such as divorce or illness, has shaken our foundations.
At eight years old she was playing in large groups of friends, giggling with the other girls about which boy was the dorkiest. At 16 she was so fearless and quite the sassy teenage girl who stood strong for herself and her worth. When she was 24 she had these vivid visions of her amazing career that challenged her mind, fed her soul and provided her the freedom to make choices. When she was 29, she had dreams of marrying an amazing man, bringing two beautiful children into this world and holding on to her independence.
In recent years, much has been written and said about the current generation of young adults and your inflated sense of entitlement. You feel that the world should be handed to you on a silver platter and that your every desire should be accommodated and honored. You deserve every prize that life has to offer. And you’ve been told repeatedly that this entitlement mentality is a bad thing. I disagree.
My husband and I were having coffee last January first, having had our share of champagne, the night before, and I got a call from a client ... After years as a single parent, she had met someone whom she loved. After years of rejecting relationships, she found someone who really valued her, who returned her love. The relationship was now three months old; my client felt happy, safe, fulfilled.
What is Your Mt. Everest? Author: Julie November 7, 2007 Category: Living Life as a Journey Hello Everyone: I find it so interesting to talk to people who are about to take on a new challenge. Think about a time when you embarked on a new venture that required you to step out of your comfort zone. Maybe it was going back to school and getting a degree, maybe it was leaving your employer to start a business of your own, or maybe it was developing new relationships and expanding your social world.
Dogs: they have it all figured out; and because we are the more intelligent of the two, I suppose we think we have nothing to learn from them. My 9-month-old puppy so obviously and effortlessly puts himself first. I don’t fault him for this and, in fact, I applaud him. Let’s go through a few lessons we should learn from our four-legged friends:
Feel the anticipation and sense the wisdom. Have you participated in a debriefing? If not, hang on tight. Accountability is about to enter your life and forever change how you choose to participate in your beautiful First Class Female life. A definition of debrief: to assess the results of an important mission This mission: to allow your life to unfold as displayed on your vision board
What if you had a source of information that offered guidance and a commentary on whether you are on the right track - professionally or personally? Would you be interested? I challenge you to deny skepticism for a brief moment and consider the possibility that within your dreams is an untapped, hidden source of self-knowledge. Dreams tell us what we need to know but don't in our waking lives. (Robert Johnson)
What's on your bucket list (in no particular order)?... a fulfilling, intimate relationship a career doing what you love and earning what you deserve travel time to have nurturing, connected friendships and family relationships self-expression through creative and artistic endeavors home schooling your children owning a bed and breakfast getting fit buying your first home Fill in your own dreams 'n desires ____________