Health

#30 Self-Talk

Our self-talk is the creator of our universe.  It is the voice of our heart, mind, and soul, and reflects our perceptions of the world, of others, and of ourselves.  It guides us, criticizes us, supports us, and impacts our decisions. Our "inner voice" often influences our moods and determines if we are happy, sad, relaxed, worried, optimistic, or helpless. Because self-talk is the "voice"...

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#28 How the Subconscious Helps with Physical Ailments

I awoke this Sunday morning to a personal vow of not allowing work to be all-encompassing in the practice to continue to live a more balanced life.  Breakfast is finished and I’m feeling encouraged. I pull out the computer and sit in my favorite spot at the end of the dining room table. The energy is good here and I enjoy the brain breaks the...

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#27 Affirmations

Many people have scripted our self-talk, and the good news is we can re-script it. By selecting and feeding our minds positive affirmations the programming in our minds will change.  Professional athletes and business people have used the technique of affirmations for years to increase their performance and success. An affirmation is a statement of fact […]

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#23 Open Up Outrageously This New Year

Cleaning out my space and recharging my batteries is an annual practice for me as the New Year approaches.  I can feel deep within me that it's time to re-read two of my favorites by Tosha Silver: Outrageous Openness: Letting the Devine Take the Lead and Change Me Prayers: The Hidden Power of Spiritual Surrender. When I say "re-reading", what I really mean is tapping my...

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#21 Celebrations

Holiday lit pines replace the wilted corn stalks and brown-topped mums that once decorated our front porch. I relish the subtle move into the Christmas season that I celebrate with family and friends while hanging on to every note of Christmas music that now plays. Thanksgiving has come and gone and leaves me with warm and wonderful lasting memories of the day and years gone by....

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