No matter how much we have and know, part of us may also be searching for something more. Although we may deeply appreciate all that we currently have and know, it’s also part of our inborn desire to want to create, manifest, be, do and have more.
The way we respond to the question “how do you feel” reflects the state of our soul. If we respond with a superficial and meaningless “Fine,” if we respond before we actually know how we feel, if we respond in a way that is opposite of our truth, if we resist the question, resist replying, resist knowing how we feel (or we know someone like this), this article is for us.
To be compassionate of ourself and our emotions means that we are willing to a) be aware of and b) care for our emotions, as a means to increase our experience of joy and reduce our personal suffering.
Can you “smell” when something is “off,” like spoiled milk, even when the due date says it’s fine? Can you smell the scent or perfume of a person, long before they arrive in front of you? If so, you may experience a type of intuitive, extrasensory perception, called both clairescence and clairailience!
Though dying and gracefulness may seem odd bedfellows, when experienced in unison, they allow us to ebb and flow with life’s tide. Today, we’ll look at ways to ease our way into grace, and death, both spiritually and physically.
Receiving can be challenging! Through my work inspiring and encouraging people to be fulfilled in healthy ways and kick their dead-end habits to the curb, I’ve seen the rise of resistance and irritation within people when they are presented with any gift, such as a compliment, care, or kindness that they feel they do not deserve. I’ve also seen the sheer relief and delight in those very same people who learned to allow themself to receive.
Whose life is it anyway? It’s our choice, our life, not somebody else’s. Why would we look to others to stand up for us or what we want? Maybe we’re afraid and think we’re not strong enough. Or, maybe we think we don’t deserve to be or get what we want. Rather than hoping or expecting that others will stand up for us (aka “make us happy”) we owe it to ourself to stand up for us, by means of making happy, healthy choices.
Today’s article explores the surface of superficial relationships, their common beginnings and endings, and ways we can move towards genuine connections. We’ll also discover what type of love we are currently in, and how to be true to ourself.
Today’s article is about forgiving Life and God and freeing ourself from the anger and pain that go along with holding a grudge. Whether forgiveness is a new concept or has been considered for some time, the tips and stories shared here are intended to allow it to happen sooner rather than later.
Like the sound of static while trying to tune in to a radio station, stress is the static that blocks our ability to clearly receive intuitive messages. When we allow thoughts of worry or fear to inundate our mind, and feelings of inadequacy or doubt to fill our bodies, we say to intuition, “I got this. I’m doing everything I can. I’m working on this situation by stressing. I don’t need your help. I’m busy.”