Whenever I tell people about the power of positive thinking, some of them get the impression that “positive thinking” means pretending to be happy even if you’re not.
When striving to create a greater sense of happiness in your life, the power of living a balanced life should not be overlooked. An unbalanced, chaotic lifestyle is one sure way to create stress…
Periodically during the course of our lives we are granted the “opportunity of a lifetime.” It’s a chance that doesn’t come our way very often, and usually one that would result in tremendous benefits for us, if we can manage to grasp it before it slips away.
Like most other people, you are probably not completely satisfied with where you are in life right now.
Hopefully, much of your life is working okay for you…
How can you stay positive in the face of tragic circumstances like natural disasters, senseless massacres, serious illness, family problems, financial pressure, and the holiday depression that so many people feel this time of year?
If you’ve been trying to manifest something you really want but it’s not happening, you may want to take a look at your beliefs. Do you really believe it’s possible for you?
Few things in life are more aggravating than having a problem with no clear solution. Whether the problem applies to your personal life, your work, or your financial situation, not knowing what to do about it makes you feel powerless and out of control.
When it comes to your quality of life, attitude is everything! In fact, it could even be said that whatever you focus on the most, you tend to bring into your life, whether by choice or circumstance.
Abundance is not just an external condition; it is actually a state of mind that you can adopt any time you want, and when you adopt a mind-set of abundance regularly, your outer conditions will shift to match your mind-set.
A daily practice of gratitude can help you to feel happy more often, simply because gratitude smooths the rough edges in your life and keeps you focused on the good stuff, rather than obsessing about things that might drag you down into feelings of sadness or frustration.