For many, the idea that they have a direct influence on their destiny can feel overwhelming; almost debilitating.
It’s not as complicated as you might think, though.
You see, changing your destiny doesn’t require taking massive actions all of the time.
All that your destiny asks of you is that you change one thing when you begin to form a relationship with it.
You have used this phrase at some point in your life, haven’t you?
When you encounter a person, situation or circumstance that requires you to make a choice about how you are going to handle a situation by either reacting or responding.
Which do you do more often, react or respond? Continue reading
Expectations are a part of all relationships, including the relationship you have with yourself. They are the deal breakers.
You expect others to be a certain way and, if you are intuitive enough, you get what you expect by expecting the right things from the right people. Continue reading
You know you have done this; noticed something about someone, when you initially meet them, that causes you to furrow your brow and feel uneasy but then brushed it aside. We have all done that, at one time or another.
Whether it’s a new friend or in a new dating relationship, the red flags are always there from the beginning. The challenge you face is whether or not you are going to honor yourself enough to acknowledge what you already know or whether you will choose to ignore the warning signs and put yourself in harms’ way. Continue reading
Truth is your best friend. It is said that “the truth hurts,” but the only thing the truth hurts is illusions. The truth is the dispeller of deception; bring any situation into the light, and you can rest assured that there is good within it.
Once you align yourself with this idea, you will never again be afraid to hear truth, see truth, know truth or live in truth. In fact, when you are in alignment with truth, you are at peace, regardless of what surfaces; for truth sets you free. Continue reading
Today’s lie is brought to you by the number 3. THIS lie focuses on how you define your worth and value. We all, at one ,or many points in our lives, define ourselves by things and others. How often have you said this to yourself?
Completeness comes from external experiences and validation from others.
“If my boss praises me, then I am valuable. ” ” If someone loves me, then I am significant.” ” If I get this job, then I am qualified.” You might believe that one or all of these things can fill you up internally, but they really don’t. The satisfaction you get from them won’t be permanent, if you aren’t able to feel valuable, significant, and loved on your own. Continue reading