Forgiveness is a major topic in religious, spiritual, and self-help circles; some teachings even say that forgiveness is the only thing we need. Yet, there are so many misunderstandings around this topic, misunderstandings that stop us from forgiving and keeping us stuck in suffering. This post addresses these obstacles. Have you ever tried soothing yourself with realistic thinking, or healing yourself with positive self-talk? While these practices work well for many, for others, the new thoughts remain purely “in the head” – the heart is still hurting.
How to Quit Your 9 to 5 Job to Start Your Lifestyle Business Do you want to escape 9 to 5, but you don’t know how to make it happen? In early 2013 I decided that I’m not going to waste my life as a walking dead banker. I’d had enough.
The purpose of this website is to help you grow as a conscious human being. This includes guiding you to discover and accept your life purpose; inspiring you to feel more motivated, energized, and passionate; helping you shed disempowering relationships and build a network of loving support; teaching you how to achieve stable financial abundance doing what you love; and encouraging you to make a genuine contribution to humanity -- so you can finally experience the kind of life that deep down, you always knew you were meant to live. You aren't here to struggle and suffer.
The Whole Truth: How Dangerously Powerful Sales Funnels Are Built Intro from Jonathan: There are few people out there that are blatantly honest about online marketing and the tactics that are regularly employed. Ryan Holiday illuminated “the game” that is played with gaining media attention in his popular book Trust Me, I’m Lying.
Photo by Hannes Caspar By Kate Carpenter “We grow primarily through our challenges, especially those life-changing moments when we begin to recognize aspects of our nature that make us different from the family and culture in which we have been raised.” ~ Caroline Myss When Oprah Winfrey interviewed Jane Fonda for The Oprah Magazine, these two amazing women touched briefly on the subject of caring about what others think of them. Oprah: I’ve read that, like me, you’ve always struggled with the disease to please. Jane: I used to walk into a party and think, Oh, my God, will I be interesting enough? Will people like me? Will I be pretty enough? Do I fit in?
“The desire of gold is not for gold. It is for the means of freedom and benefit.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Allow me to clarify on a point where much confusion arise with many people: the desire for money. The desire to have money is nothing wrong.
By Leo Babauta The urgent desire for a successful business, and the fear of losing business, drives many a good person to do sleazy things. I’m not talking about casino owners or pimps or politicians or corporations. I’m talking about good small business owners who become marketers. Let’s say you have a blog, and you write good stuff, and people like it. Now what?
The headlines BBC: Truth or lie – trust your instinct, says research British Psychological Society: Our subconscious mind may detect liars Daily Mail: Why you SHOULD go with your gut: Instinct is better at detecting lies than our conscious mind