Could you use more courage in your life? Dr. Minette Riordan defines courage and shares how courage is a powerful core value that can help us create more of we want in our life. You will also find some insightful journaling prompts to help you remember that you are a courageous woman
Clarity and peace of mind come from the power of your soul’s pen. The pen leads you to understanding from the inner realm of your soul showing you in greater detail your divine purpose and igniting passion from within. Master Soul Coach Laura Clark shares the benefits of Sacred Soul Journaling™ and how it gives you permission and inspires you to take action to follow your dreams even in those pesky moments of self-doubt.
The best way I can describe Reiki is that it helps reconnect us with our hearts.
Reiki is an ancient Japanese healing method based on the idea that an unseen “life force energy” flows through us. If this energy starts to run low, we are more likely to get sick or feel stressed, and if it’s abundant, we are more capable of health and happiness. Reiki supports deep relaxation and healing by removing internal blocks and balancing the body’s energy centers, also known as chakras. It’s a natural technique that serves as a powerful, effective way to infuse your chakras and body with Universal light energy, or pure loving energy.
If you don’t have a good relationship with your body, I encourage you to start a daily gratitude practice. Then write your own vow, your own love letter. Read them daily to yourself – preferably out loud, while looking at yourself naked in a mirror, but if that’s too much, just read them to yourself silently, fully clothed, in a place of your choosing. Consistency is more important than the specifics of how it’s done.
Relationship Expert Stacey Martino shares how one of the most challenging times in her life led her to discover the power of gratitude. The self-proclaimed recovering control freak learned that in learning to let go of the need to control every aspect of her life, she was able to experience overwhelming gratitude for what was, and the more she did, the more blessings came. As Stacey shares, “When you live in gratitude and focus on cultivating yourself into the best version of yourself that you can be…..life is so positively amazing, it will bring you to tears! Tears of Gratitude!”
One of the biggest leaps a woman makes in her self-discovery and awakening is claiming her self-worth and self-confidence. When you claim this personal source of power, you begin to identify where you are leaking power to other people, places, thins and situations and you need to be willing to “let go” of them.
Nurturing ourselves at every level opens up the contraction we inevitably feel when experiencing challenges of any kind. Our journey of self-discovery leads us increasingly to let go of who we think we should be and connect with a deeper level of inner truth; our true self, the eternal and unchanging part of us that lies beyond our anxieties and fears. A conscious and creative path includes caring for all aspects of ourselves – body, mind, emotions and soul. Here are some tips to help you do just that.