In November 2014, I did a 7-day cleanse because I decided to stop drinking. I wanted to eliminate all the toxins from my body in preparation for this life changing decision. Intuitively, I had been feeling compelled to stop, but wasn’t quite ready for that drastic elimination of “spirits.” Besides, I enjoyed a little Pinot Noir every now and again especially with my pasta.
Regardless of that pleasure, there was an incessant, nagging voice pleading for me to do away with drinking alcohol, to the point that when I ignored it, I’d still feel guilty for having a drink.
Well, I finally got tired of the guilt fest. I had made up my mind! It wasn’t a New Year resolution and it wasn’t pre-planned. I just decided to stop because I knew my guidance was coming from the voice of God telling me what I needed to do in order to reach the next level of my destiny. The decision to stop drinking was not about me. It was much bigger than me. It was about the elimination of anything that is not conducive to my purpose. I had finally accepted that fact. [click to continue…]
Here is a talk I did in Palm Springs, CA. It’s all about the power of words! I hope you find my message helpful
It’s not easy to build self-esteem if you don’t know how. So find comfort in knowing that self-esteem is definitely something that you can build and improve upon. As I believe and often preach, positive words are paramount to this transformative process.
The reason words can produce drastic life changing results is because words carry energy, which is activated by our emotions. What mostly influences the kind of words we choose as our external and internal dialog lies at the foundation of self-esteem.
Yes, that’s right. The way we feel about ourselves affects the words we use to describe the world around us. And since we know that words yield power, look around your environment. Are you happy with what you’ve created?
There are so many ways to go about tapping into the power of the Universe; however, creating a vision board is one way that seems to be very effective for a lot of people. Just as writing helps to clarify all the ideas in the mind, cutting and pasting images that portray your personal visions work just as well.
Since imagination is a big part of harnessing the power to create, vision boards invoke the kind of emotional response necessary to attract desired things. The longer your emotions are in a positive vibrational flow – the better your results will be.
Doting parents often say to their children, “you can do anything you put your mind to”. Yet many don’t realize, there in the old adage lies a more profound message. The mind holds a unique power, a power to create, and learning how to use it is by far the most important thing you’ll ever learn.
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A couple weeks ago, I saw Oprah Winfrey interview Dr. Robin L. Smith on an episode of Super Soul Sunday, which airs on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Dr. Smith uttered a statement so profound it could very well lead to a revolution in the way we think. She said, “adulthood is to address unfinished business of childhood. Wholeness comes when we are able to know that childhood injuries have less power in our adult lives because when we were little we were not able to do anything about it, but now as an adult, we can deliberately heal.” Astounding!
Freedom of speech, as stated in the 1st and 14th Amendments to the Constitution of the United States means to express information, ideas and opinions free of government restrictions based on content. Which in my humble ‘world view’ is sort of like receiving permission to reveal intimate parts of ourselves while remaining blind to the brilliant manipulation at work. We are liberated to speak up and speak out, but does that make us free? When you unveil your thoughts, you’re giving away pieces of who you are, which in the wrong hands can make you vulnerable to judgment and categorization. I believe it is wiser to choose your battles; to speak vehemently for the greater good of humanity with the intent to spread “white magic”.