welcometoyourselfWe all live in two worlds, the external and the internal. Although we can influence the external world, it is within our internal world where we will make the most difference in ourselves and with those around us.

By changing our own negative core beliefs into a positive energy exchange between head and heart, we transform and so do the things that surround us.

Are you ready to get out of your own way?

“It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”

-Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Change Your Life Now

8 Things You Can Do Right Now to Change Your Life

Eat, Move, Breathe, Live, Serve, Love

The months of May and June it seemed like everyone I know was going through some type of suffering and transition, myself included. For many of us there seems to be a higher level of change than usual, from taking a new job, adjusting to parenthood, additional responsibility, loss of a loved one, caring for an elderly parent, starting a new relationship, moving, ending a relationship, or letting go of aspects of being that no longer serve us.

The first thing to go usually is the desire to move. We feel stuck emotionally and physically. It’s hard to feel in touch with the energy flowing through you when you’re parked at your desk, couch or worse, don’t even want to get out of bed. When something crashes in life, everything seems to just go

3 ways to purge it from your present

3 Serious Dangers of Stress (And 3 Ways to Purge it From Your Present)

Consider this scenario:

It’s a Monday morning and your car won’t start when you are ready to leave for work. You have to call your spouse, who is already 2/3 of the way to his/her place of employment, to pick you up and take you in to work. This is pretty inconvenient, because money is tight! You cannot afford the extra gas necessary for this morning’s unusual commute. Additionally, you might not be able to afford to pay your utilities bill this month if your spouse misses work (even if it’s only for a few hours).

How does it make you feel? Most likely, your answer is, “Stressed”. With today’s society placing such a high value on staying busy and being as efficient as possible around the clock, even the smallest variation of your schedule can throw seemingly everything out

Me Time

Five Fantastic Reasons to Carve Out Some Time To Yourself This Holiday Season

“I don’t have time for that.” “There just aren’t enough hours in the day.” “It would be selfish to spend some time on myself.” “I’m way too busy…”

All of the above are things that people tend to say when someone suggests they take a break or some time to themselves. We all know that it can be challenging to carve out time alone to do what we love, but it’s important to realize that doing so is far from selfish; it’s a necessity for staying healthy, happy, and balanced! If you don’t believe that, just take a moment to read through these five benefits of taking “Me Time” on a regular basis. Whether you’ve got five minutes or five hours, they all still apply!

It will allow you to recharge. It’s important to ‘recharge your batteries’, because the stressors

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Is There A Proper Time To Lie?

Q: My Fiancé lies about really stupid things and when I confront him, he tells me it is to spare me discomfort and protect me.  I am sincerely troubled about this and think if he is lying to me about such small details like a book or a CD, what is my life with him going to be like especially if something more important happens?  Is there ever a proper time to lie to someone?

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