October 7, 2015
Today let's talk about detachment and allowing yourself to let go, if only momentarily, of all the heavy burdens and responsibilities that weigh you down. As busy people living in a modern society, sometimes we are over-connected to the world. Give yourself permission to take a step back during trying times and detach from your environment or challenging situation.
You don't always have to be hyper-connected and on the go. After you take a break you may come back to it with a fresh mind and a more positive outlook. No, the world will not fall apart if you step aside and take some time for a fresh breath of air. More than likely it is a much needed fresh of air. You may be in need of some relief so that you may regain your optimism and persistence to move forward and break through your particular problem. Take the time to detach, re-energize, and approach the situation with a perspective that you are bigger than any problem that you could ever have.
October 5, 2015
Hey There Dreamer!
Today we will be talking about our belief that sometimes we are too old to dream of a new job, new career, new relationship, or other new beginning. Our limiting mindset traps us into thinking that there are deadlines attached to what we want, and if the deadline has already passed, then well, maybe we stop pursing our true desires. In truth we are never too old to dream another dream. You can start over at any age of your life and dare to take on a new direction if that is what you desire. There is no age limit for having new dreams, just as there is no age limit to pursing happiness. Do not allow yourself to believe that your time has passed. I dare to start over and dream another dream. : )
October 2, 2015
Hi There Youthful Wanderer!
Our emotional selves are a lot like children, so today we talk about the cycle of the inner child. When we are very young, we start life out with a soft and tender core. Over time we learn to mistrust people, and create a protective wall to protect ourselves from future pain and hurt. Over time, this wall hardens and keeps us from getting close to others and experiencing intimacy. Only through softening and opening back up can we experience the joy and love that is available to us. The more stubborn and hard we are on ourselves and others, the less likely that we will lead a meaningful life full of rich relationships and experiences.