Get clear on when it’s appropriate to speak up for yourself and when it isn’t.
Are you confused about if and when to speak up for yourself?
The question to ask yourself is: “Are you speaking up for yourself to take loving care of yourself, or to change the other person?”
For example, let’s . . . → Read More: When and Why to Speak Up For Yourself
Are you ready to switch off your programmed inner movie and let Spirit guide you instead?
What’s playing on your inner movie? Your inner movie is the screen in your mind upon which you create various scenarios.
Perhaps the movie is “Reliving the Past.” Maybe it’s “Controlling the Future.” Is your movie stuck on . . . → Read More: Is Your Inner Movie On or Off?
How would our country change if politicians had to learn to love themselves and others before taking office?
What if politicians had to be mentally evaluated before running for office? How many of them would pass as being emotionally stable and healthy?
What difference might it make for our country if all politicians had . . . → Read More: Politicians Need Inner Bonding!
Do you have the expectation that you will receive unconditional love from a partner?
Most of us would love the experience of being loved unconditionally by someone. This is the experience we needed when we were growing up, but most parents are not connected enough with themselves and their spiritual guidance to be able . . . → Read More: Is Unconditional Love Realistic?
Discover how to manage panic in a way that allows it to dissipate rather than escalate.
“That’s the strange thing about panic – when we lean into it, it loosens it’s grip on us.” Daniel Siegel, M.D.
“The power of reflection allows us to approach, rather than withdraw, from, whatever life brings us. And when . . . → Read More: Embracing Panic
Are you shy? Is your shyness getting in the way of your connection with others?
Have you struggled with being a shy person?
“I try hard to overcome my shyness and reluctance to stand out, speak up and shine. It’s a daily struggle for me. I make small progress, but can . . . → Read More: Shyness