Last week we talked about beliefs and perhaps you’d like to consider how that ties to this week’s topic – Group consciousness. You often take on the thoughts of others and make them your own without realizing it. The subconscious mind learns by repetition, so when you hear phrases or ideas repeated over and over, […]
Today I’m passing along information that I loved from a blog from Brian Hill, an astrologer. Yes, we are certainly dealing with some interesting external circumstances theses days. However, if we give our power over to them, we will certainly lose our power. If on the other hand, we cultivate our “internal locus of control” […]
The New Year marks a perfect time to reflect on what you want to edit from and add to your life. How you go about it makes all the difference.
Today’s Friday Photo comes from a garden in Chanhassen, MN. It’s the perfect quote to follow Monday’s blog about the stories we tell. Take some time this weekend to explore what ingredients you have put in your favorite dish (aka you!). Is it time to liven up that recipe?
I want to continue with a consequence of blaming and not taking responsibility. Whatever you’ve chosen to blame becomes a story you continue to tell in many forms.
Some times you may find yourself in a situation that makes you uncomfortable. Perhaps friends want to go bike riding, but you blame your ‘bad knees’ as an excuse because you really think you can’t keep up.
Today’s Friday Photo comes from Monterey, California. This foggy coastal view foreshadows the feeling that forms inside of us when we don’t take responsibility for our thoughts and behaviors, and instead, put the blame on others. Check out Monday’s blog for more on blame, responsibility and our health.
I am working with a second member of a family. Both clients have found the creative breathing technique I teach to be extremely helpful, so they have taught all the family members how to use it.
Last week I talked about focus and how clients get fixated on the problem rather than the solution. This week I want to give you some ideas to get started on how to focus on what you want, rather than what you don’t want. It really is easy!
Today’s Friday Photo comes from Indianapolis, Indiana. From your perspective I bet you see a flower. But what about the bird? Can you see it? Check out last Monday’s blog, and the one coming next week. Dyer is so right – and remember that what you focus on expands.