I believe letting go is like spring cleaning—getting rid of the unwanted, old, damage, and dirt. We should use the spring season as a time to reflect on our life and thoughts and let go of the unwanted, dirt, damage, crap, negativity—you get the point.
Women are their own worst critics. It’s sad because it almost seems as if we accept this statement and thought without any hesitation. We must put an end to our very own judgement and horrible thoughts of ourselves. We ARE more beautiful than we think and need to get to a place where this is a staple thought in our daily lives.
Divorce must first be understood and dealt with on an emotional level. Divorce is a major life event. Join guest author Pamela Mooman as she shares “Living a Full Life After Divorce.“ Written by Pamela Mooman When I told my husband I wanted a divorce just about a month after our 13th wedding anniversary, I [...]
Wake up today and ask: “Where am I settling in my life?” Mentally look around your life and be compassionate as you assess this question. Have you ever felt like you were standing on the sidelines of your life, being the salmon that is forever going against the current, maybe even the tulip in a bed of daffodils?
Saturn transits your eleventh house of friends
Establish your boundaries right to the end
Don’t listen to the Call of the Wild
It is certainly not your classy style
Climb the mountains of your choice
Reach romantic dreams and Rejoice
Just turn on your charm at sensual times
Knowing the Stars will be ever so kind
When you love yourself, you give yourself what deserve. You spend your time on things you enjoy. You find out what you’re good at. You find out what you want. When you love yourself, you attract people who share your values, appreciate your strengths, and complement your abilities. You attract people whose authentic selves work with your authentic self.
I wanted to latch on to this “something is wrong with me…” belief, so I meditated and sat with it. Quickly an image came up and I identified it as The Repairer. I literally envisioned a frantic man pulling levers, tightening pipes, working around the clock, urgently addressing every single “problem” I had. My repairer was constantly plugging holes and making busy work. It was exhausting just envisioning him!
Who knew happiness was so well researched? Perhaps the key to discovering the “happiness factor” may be realizing that happiness is not based only on the good or bad circumstances of people’s lives, but more so on people’s attitudes towards their circumstances, as well as the effort they put into maintaining a level of happiness higher than their baseline.