When we learn to see money as one of many types of wealth in our life, we can grow personally and spiritually. Today, we’ll explore how debt can drain more than our bank accounts, and how a shift in our perspective can supply us with joyful, healthy, life dividends and a debt-free state of mind.
If you kindly take a backseat to everyone else, this article is for you! Although self-sacrifice has its place in times of crisis, a life lived without regular regard and support for what’s best for us can lead to unfulfilled dreams, misery, and escapism through addictive behaviors. Instead of sacrificing ourself, if we foster more joy within—through kindness, we’ll not only experience the kindness, but it will also radiate onto everyone and everything in our world. In today’s article, we’ll look at ways for us to become a beacon of kindness.
In today’s article, we’ll discuss physical and metaphorical resurrections, as well as how to apply the concept of resurrection to enhance our experience of life. For readers who’ve been with us a while, today’s article is longer than usual, as it is a deeper subject.
In working with people to become empowered and make healthy choices, I have found that the biggest blocks to success are unforgiveness (of others, self, and/or Life/God) and belief in unworthiness. In today’s article, we’ll take a fresh look at “forgiving others” that can empower us to enjoy life more fully and “lighten our load!”
Whenever we make a resolution or promise, there is part of us that truly wants to succeed! Yet, the key to successful stick-to-itiveness is to get to know the part of us that does NOT want to succeed. “What?” we may be thinking!? Of course I want to succeed and fulfill my resolution to lose 20 pounds, quit drinking, eat healthy and exercise!” However, I’ve found that this is often untrue.
Willpower by force is not only ineﬀective in the long run, but also damaging to our conﬁdence. When we fail at forcing ourselves, we may wrongly conclude that we will never succeed. Because we cannot truly succeed or grow our willpower by force. We are not strong enough to force ourselves to overcome willpower issues without crippling our own truth. And the truth is, part of us wants to keep that addiction—that’s why it’s in our life. But there is another, kinder way to win ourselves over to a healthier lifestyle.