Yes, transitions are hard. Would it not feel wonderful though, to look back at what was a painful transition and be able to say to yourself….YES! I rose to the occasion and the Universe met me there.
Author Emily Madill shares her experience of participating in a traditional sweat lodge ceremony for the first time. Still processing the experience, Emily shares the three key highlights of learning that stand out as important and worthy of sharing with others. Perhaps they may resonate with where you are on your journey.
A very important part of the whole creative visualization, or law of attraction, process is developing a sense of prosperity. This means having the understanding, or consciously taking the point of view, that the universe is abundant, that life is actually trying to bring us what our hearts and souls truly desire — spiritually, mentally, emotionally, as well as physically. One of the most common causes of failure when seeking what you want is “scarcity programming.” Self-actualization pioneer Shakti Gawain shares an excerpt from the 40th anniversary edition of Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Life as well as an abundance meditation.
Trusting yourself requires more than taking deep breaths and saying positive mantras; it takes a conscious connection to your divine source. To trust is to boldly lead with your heart, and reveal your truth. When you trust yourself, you venture into the unknown territory of your own being. It doesn’t necessarily mean performing feats of external bravery and strength, but rather acknowledging your internal fears, hurts, and imperfections, and acting in the face of them. Trusting yourself to let go and embrace your vulnerabilities is one of the most courageous choices you can make. Intuitive Psychologist Dr. Debra Reble shares 5 spiritual practices to help you strengthen your trust muscles.
Making a difference doesn’t have to originate only from the work you do in the world. You can make an impact and add value to the lives of others on a daily basis, be it at the office, with your clients, at home, or in every conversation. Based on the acronym for the word IMPACT, here are 6 simple ways to make an impact every day.