Everybody gets stuck once in a while. You know the feeling. There are times when we just can’t seem to move forward. We lose our ability to see things clearly and to remain positive with grace and ease. You and I understand the power of being grateful and choosing joy, but sometimes the energy just seems to elude us.
Our powerful subconscious can actually override our conscious efforts when those efforts are based on sheer will alone. This easy method will help you overcome these obstacles.
Would you like to be able to experience more of life’s wonders, see more beauty, feel more adventurous and discern more of the miraculous? Would you like to have a happier life? True happiness is a personal decision and presupposes taking personal responsibility for how we feel. Here are 7 simple things you can do to have a happier life.
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to walk through life with a cloud over their heads, while still others seem to live a charmed life no matter what they encounter or pursue? I believe the Law of Attraction explains why.
From the time I started studying with Bob Proctor, I began appreciating things differently and operating on a whole new level. It was, as Bob likes to say, a result of shifting my paradigm. Studying and applying Law of Attraction writings, trainings, quotes, and affirmations continue to be eye-opening and life-changing. It can work for you, as well.
Heavily processed foods have more empty calories than nutrients. And they contain added preservatives for packaging, rather than fresh ingredients with nutritional value. Most of today’s disease is caused by lifestyle and choices we make. In order to be healthy we must increase our nutrient density and reduce stress and inflammation. Happily, there are many healthful changes we can make to improve our health and well-being.
Food manufacturers expertly engineer processed foods to be irresistible rather than nutritious; and highly profitable rather than healthy. About every 2 weeks, our taste buds renew. The best part of this remarkable regenerative process is that we can change how we experience flavors and become healthier.
Throughout history, the human body has been compared to other things. Gardens are always a work in progress. They need tending, weeding, planting, and pruning. When nourished and cared for they flourish, and when neglected they wither. Our bodies are the same way. Knowing the best ways to care for them is important.