7 Day Prayer Miracle Review Can It Really Heal Your Life, Bring Joy and the Life You Want
In a world full of pain and struggle millions of people are looking for answers. Now more than ever we crave spiritual connection, happiness, joy, and, a life that we love.
50 Ways to be More Spiritually Connected Staring Today
When You are Spiritually Connected, you are not looking for occassions to be offended, and you are not jusging and labeling others. You are in a state of grace, in which you know you are connected to God and thus free from the effects of anyone or anything external to you – Wayne Dyer
In this guide you’ll discover how to be more spiritually connected. which will help to bring you calm peace and authenticity.
Never has there been a time where so many people are struggling. Depression and anxiety is at an all time high and, And, millions of people are feeling lost and lonley.
The Power of a Gratitude Journal
If you have never written in a journal, now may be the perfect time to start. We are now living in a world where we are bombarded with pain and anguish, it can make it difficult to see the good around us and what we are thankful for. And what we see we is what you attract into our lives. Think about this we see the rain and yet we forget the sun is shining above the clouds, or on the upside we have a run of luck and them we attract more as we believe it for a while until the grey sets back in. We want to keep that happy positive momentum flowing into our lives and writing in a journal is very powerful.
Journal writing doesn’t have to be complicated you can fill your journal with all of the good you have in your life, you can write the simplest things, like a warm bed, fresh food, a cherished friend, your pet, the beautiful flowers in your yard, or you can write complex long stories of what you are thankful for. (more…)
Grief Etiquette Thank You Notes or Not?
Grief etiquette tips. I was raised to write thank you notes, no matter the occasion, the gift received and the kind deed done. But when my son died I could not write a thank you note. I was in such a daze after the death of my son I couldn’t even remember who was there at the service who brought what let alone what day it was. I could barely function, let alone write any semblance of a thank you note.
There is no right or wrong answer, the truth is the grief is yours and only you know how you feel and what your capabilities are.
You may even wonder why I am even raising the issue but as I have helped people as they grieve the loss of their loved ones and some have asked grief etiquette question “Should I send thank you notes” or “what will people think if I don’t write” and my answer is always the same. This is your grief , it is your time and you need to do whatever you need to do for yourself first. If you find comfort in writing notes in your time of grief then do it when you are ready, and if you don’t want to that is perfectly fine too. This is not a time for etiquette, this is your grief and about caring for yourself. Most people understand and if they don’t then that is their issue not yours. If you are torn and want a simple solution you can do what I did. (more…)
Thinking about eating a raw diet? What about a vegan, or a combination? It’s certainly and change and I have to say for me a change for the better. I really wanted to eliminate processed junk food from my daily diet, so I tried many ways of eating until I found out what I liked and heat worked for me.
Finding the right foods for you is a journey, you will have food you love, food you can adjust to and some just not for you. Also consider the health benefits, some people have followed a gluten free diet, gone dairy free to eliminate chemicals or food allergies. We all have our reasons and you need to know yours so you can find a food plan you like and one that benefits you. When you have the reasons why your doing it, the adjustment will be easier to stick with.