Nancy felt shaky as she walked down the hall at her workplace. She had an uneasy feeling in the pit of her stomach. “Maybe I should have eaten breakfast this morning,” she thought. “And I fell asleep last night without calling mom again.” But at least, I am prepared for my presentation today.” Beads of sweat trickled down her chest as she reached forward for her notes. She shrieked in pain as she slid to the floor. “Oh no, not again!”
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This summer has flown by, despite my slowing down. Perhaps that’s the secret. I have been enjoying what I am learning through decluttering and organizing. So many breakthroughs and “ah ha” moments for me.
There is a lot of material written by coaches and healers about going for your big dream. Live your best life, live your biggest life.
I found that this question doesn’t help me or my clients. It pushes many people into being judgmental about their life. Do you remember the commercial, where an older woman says, “I don’t want to run a marathon, I just want to be able to give my grandson a bath.”
We are currently in the astrological sign of Cancer, which is a water sign. Water signs are about emotions. Water has been in the news lately. There have been floods in Calgary, Canada and drought in South Western US. This may bring up fears or concerns. There are many people worldwide who do not have access to safe drinking water and there is concern over pollution in the oceans.
I had been trying all winter to be more focused and in the moment and it didn’t work. I think that I had some preconceived ideas of what being in the moment would look like and feel like.
I wanted my meditation time to be more structured. I was pushing to try to meditate the same time every day, even though that has never really worked for me.
Affirmations are wonderful. I love how using affirmations helps to shift your mood or perspective. Affirmations also help to maintain a desired vibration.
Affirmations are a fundamental part of personal growth and spiritual development. But sometimes personal growth can seem like a lot of work.
Recently, I spent quite a bit of time trying to do a class exercise. The exercise was Imagining your Perfect Average Day as presented by Frank Kern. While the exercise is certainly useful, I found that focusing on specific details was actually causing me great distress.