Last week we looked at attraction and how our thoughts, feelings and beliefs influence us and our life circumstances (if you haven’t read it, you can do so by clicking here). One of the big takeaways from that post was how important words are.
The words we use in everyday life have a huge impact on what we attract, how we feel about ourselves and others, as well shaping the beliefs we have, so are you whispering sweet nothings in your ear and those of others – or are you drip-feeding yourself and others poison? Read More
Attraction, it’s a word we often link as a feeling between us and someone else. We’re either attracted to them or we’re not. But attraction is something we do on a continuous basis – and it’s not just about people that we’re attracting.
We’re continuously attracting, in every minute of every day, with our thoughts and our energy. But the real kicker, when it comes to attraction, is that we attract both good AND bad, the positive AND negative things to us. Read More
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Connection, it’s something we all want. Whether you’re looking to connect with new friends or old colleagues, it’s crucial to our feeling a part of something special. So who do you want to connect with? Who do you connect with… and have you taken the time to connect with yourself?
If it’s something you usually avoid or if you find it too hard, stop being so harsh with yourself! You can easily connect with yourself in a matter of seconds – just stop what you’re doing, close your eyes, place your hand over your heart and breath slowly in and out. Feel your heartbeat, notice your breathing and know, that is YOU; your life force, your essence – it really CAN be that simple.
So why not give it a go? The more you do it, the more you’ll experience connection with yourself and feel a sense of peace around you – give it a go, you’ve nothing to lose.
Questions, our head can be full of them. Those thought-provoking questions that have us exploring deep inside us, deep inside our being. Questions like:
What am I? What is our sole purpose?
And the killer one…
What am I here to do?
These type of question are all well and great – especially when you want to dig deep, have the space and time to meditate, and wonder on the answers – but they’re also great focus and attention grabbers too. Read More