We all heard many definitions as we were raised. Our minds are full of concepts that are either good or bad.
When I observe the people in my life, I see some of them are sad, worried, and confused. They are confused because they don’t know what they want from their lives.
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself what your body wants from you?
We have forgotten to enjoy life. From childhood, we try to accomplish the goals set for us.
I want to share a story with you that I compiled from sessions with my relationship-coaching clients.
No matter how positively you think, or how many affirmations you make, you cannot move forward before cleansing yourself of the sorrows and angers of the past and eliminating any limiting beliefs.
Some have grown up in small cities where holding the hand of a man would be a big time conversation topic for days.
Luck is a state of vigilance. It is to be on your toes and keep your eyes open. It is to see the opportunities and be able to incorporate them into your life.
From time to time, while describing themselves to me, my clients say things like, “I'm very opinionated," or “I have a hard time concentrating,” using very clear-cut terms.