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The Power of Visualization Technique

February 7, 2018
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All growth is from within and visualization is a fantastic tool to help. The world within gives the cause and the world without the effect. It is important to control our thoughts to bring desirable conditions. “Right thinking” can be learned to manifest what you desire in your life. A new relationship? A new job? More money? A new home?

For visualization to be most effective, you need to believe in the images and as the experience becomes effective your belief will deepen. The tool explained in this video can help you kick-start your process. It is preparing your mind to accept and become receptive to the helpful images. I like to refer to it as Step One in the Visualization learning process.

Let me guide you through the process.

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Setting Boundaries

February 4, 2018
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If you have trouble setting boundaries, you need to watch this video. Are you ever torn between what you want to do and what you “should” do? Try these three steps mentioned in the video

Setting boundaries can be difficult in some areas of our lives. You may have no trouble with boundaries at work or with your children. How about boundaries with your family members or with friends? Or most important; boundaries with yourself? It is essential to be aware of and establish personal boundaries with ourselves, only then can we set boundaries with others. I equate it to the oxygen mask on planes. The flight attendant says, “Place the mask over your face before placing the mask with any children you are traveling with”.

If we begin with ourselves then, it will be easier to establish other boundaries in our lives. By doing this you will empower yourself and become more confident. This will give you self-fulfillment and then you can freely give of yourself to others: your children, your family, and your friends. It is like putting gas in the tank of your car. If there is no gas, the car stops. If “your tank” is empty, it is hard to lead a happy, peaceful life.

Sometimes we feel guilty for doing things for ourselves or taking time for ourselves. There are all the “shoulda’” and “have to dos”. We get stuck in routines at work and at home. We go on autopilot and before we know it, we are exhausted and drained.

This week’s exercise is to create a “Boundary” for you.

1. Pick something that you enjoy doing: meditating, playing music, exercising, or reading. Have it something you look forward to doing, not something that is guilt driven.
2. Schedule this activity for 30 minutes to 1 hour each day for the next week. Put it on your calendar.
3. If you have children or roommates, put a “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door. This is your special time to renew and refresh your soul.

By empowering yourself to do this, it will carry over into other parts of your life.

What did you put on your schedule?


How to Achieve Your Goals Motivation

January 31, 2018
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Get your mental and spiritual house in order and call on a Higher Power. Learn to expect results, withdraw from relative facts and know there is a way.

Available on Amazon – “Create Your Own Destiny: A 28 Day Adventure” https://goo.gl/2XEWyR

Free 3 Part Video Course – Powerful Intention Setting Blueprint https://goo.gl/zSfL3s

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The Power of Belief

January 28, 2018
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Do you ever feel you are not enough? Or something is too good to be true? Free yourself from self-commendation. See perfection and hold onto that belief. Believe in your dreams. Be specific about them and hold onto that belief. When you plant seeds for a potato, it takes time for it to grow. However, there is a lot going on under the soil. Have faith. Happiness is your birthright.

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The Lost Art of Good Conversation

January 25, 2018 gloria pierson, gloria marie pierson, the lost art of good conversation

With the dawn of modern technology, we are losing verbal communication with each other. “The Lost Art of Good Conversation” supplies simple, practical ways to reconnect with each other mindfully. Sakyong Mipham suggests that advanced technologies intensify the use of words and images through the speed of communication. Because of this pace, we think less before we speak and therefore our spoken words are more harmful.

This book has us take a step back toward simpler times and gives suggestions to engage with others in a kind and respectful way. It brings us back to the basics of listening and connecting with our family, our colleagues, and strangers. Each chapter discusses a different situation and at the end of the section is a Reflection to reinforce the lesson.

The author uses the principles of the Shambhala tradition of meditation, mindfulness, and compassion. This book gives many ideas of how to communicate with others, though starters for conversations and how to talk in stressful situations.

I especially enjoyed the chapter on “Avoid Complaint.” It gave an excellent method to reduce complaining to others. The technique was to make a list of everything that is seemingly wrong in your life. From the list choose one of your routine complaints. The refrain from indulging it in a set period of time. Let’s face it; no one wants to hear us complain.
Everyone can learn and pick up practical tips from this book and connect with others in a kind, compassionate way.

I received a copy of this book from Blogging for Books in order to write this review.


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