Do you feel stuck? Is your temper out of control? Are you a person who lacks self-control or maybe even sufficient determination to stick to a plan?
You are your thoughts! Have you heard that statement before because it is a truth! Just think about it for a moment—if you feel good about who you are and your purpose in life, you walk tall, look good and project an attitude of confidence and self-respect.
Hummingbirds are amazing creatures of Earth. They are the smallest bird in the world, yet they possess great power and abilities. It flies and flitters and when you watch their movement you become enchanted by their agility and speed. Their long beaks or bills enable them to feed in some of the most exotic flowers in the world as they dine on nectar.
Are you one of those people who have made so many commitments that you are having a hard time keeping them? You have compromised your health and sacrificed your family life because you had a strong need to help others. You are a leader in your community but you fail your family. So how do you accomplish all the tasks that you feel committed to or are you in the danger zone in your life where you have lost control of your true purpose and chose to over-program
Loneliness, depression, feeling sad–these emotions can be dissolved and removed from your energy field and thinking process when you willingly seek out experiences that will bring you joy or something pleasant to fill your mind and thinking process. It is actually normal to gravitate to negativity because our Ego mind likes to keep us in a state of dependency and control. That is why it is important to be a
Too often we are critical of those who don’t fit into the mold of what we call our friends or those who voice a different opinion then our self. We make excuses for the attitudes or behavior of our friends but then we tear apart others who do the exact same thing. We think it is OK to shun some people because we don’t like their way of thinking or their looks and yet we justify our actions because it serves our purposes. We often lie to ourselves as we twist