“Everybody is like a magnet. You attract to yourself reflections of that which you are.” Dr. David Hawkins, Psychiatrist, Physician and Researcher, author of Power vs. Force
Are you happy with who you attract to yourself? Are you attracting open, loving, available, caring, kind people into your life? Or, are you attracting closed, hard, angry, abusive, emotionally unavailable, distant or judgmental people?
If you are not happy with the kind of people you are attracting into your life, then you might want to notice what kind of magnet you are being. Continue reading Who Are You Attracting to Yourself?
If you are hard on yourself, do you believe that this is helpful to you? You might want to re-evaluate this false belief.
Are you hard on yourself? Do you think this is a good thing? Do you believe this motivates you to do better? Think again. If you are doing well, it’s likely in spite of being hard on yourself, not because of it.
Many of us grew up with parents and teachers who believed that being hard on us was the way to motivate us. As children, we absorbed their judgments of us and became strict taskmasters with ourselves.
Are you aware of the negative consequences of being hard on yourself? Continue reading Are You Hard On Yourself? 9 Reasons to Love Yourself Instead
Is there something you’ve always wanted to do but have never done? What’s stopping you?
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” –Chinese Proverb
How often do you say to yourself, “I wish I had…..?”
“I wish I had gone to college or finished . . . → Read More: What Are You Waiting For?
There is no time like right now to get clear on what you want to manifest in the coming year.
What do you want in the coming year?
One of the things I’ve done for many years is to write down what I want for the next year. Of course, I don’t always . . . → Read More: Manifesting Your Next Year
Discover the way out of choosing the wrong relationships over and over.
Do you find yourself choosing a similar wrong partner over and over? This is what Laura asks about:
“How can I get past the point of choosing destructive and abusive relationships over and over just because I grew up in an abusive and dysfunctional family? Is it better to just remain single and grow with God and be a good mom and not gravitate toward craziness?”
Laura, there are a number of issues here that need to be addressed. Continue reading “I Keep Choosing The Wrong Partner”