7 Steps For Finding Peace During & After Your Divorce


7 Steps For Finding Peace During & After Your Divorce
Dealing with a divorce over the holidays can be difficult. Give yourself the gift of peace and joy.

7. Declare Your Positive Intentions
It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that our world is one large mass of energy. It flickers in and out of being in milliseconds over and over again. This is called the science of Quantum Physics. Nobel Prize-winning physicists have proven that it is our thoughts, our consciousness, that pull this energy field together to create the world we see and experience within the limited spectrum of our senses. Our perception of the world is purely interpretation. Whatever we believe in, and observe, is created by the very fact that we believe it and are observing it.

Our thoughts literally create the universe we live in. So, we manifest what we think about. Your life becomes what you think it will be. The Universe is just reflecting your thoughts back at you until you decide to think and feel and be differently. There is a world of possibility out there, especially once you know and accept that you can manifest anything you want, purely by focusing on it. So create a list of your positive intentions—focus your thoughts and your being on everything you want for yourself and the world. Know that you are helping to change yourself and the Universe for the better. You will truly be at peace, confident that everything you want is easily yours.

Eckhart Tolle said: "You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level."  And in that self-awareness, there is peace and miracles and joy.

Contact Laura for your free, 60-minute confidential consultation to help you make better decisions in your divorce, achieve better outcomes and lower the cost. And sign up on my website to download your free MoxieLife Divorce Survival Guide -- where I give you easy action steps for getting off the emotional rollercoaster in your divorce!

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Laura Miolla

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Laura Miolla

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Location: Amesbury, MA
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