angels and you
Your mind is a powerful tool or instrument and like any other tools if it is used properly it can produce great results but if misused, it can breakdown or destroy. As I lay awake in bed the other night, I started to think about the power of the mind—sometimes I let it run away with me and it moves into a state of worry and fear. When that happens, I feel anxious and my body begins to ache and hurt.
Do you feel stuck? Is your temper out of control? Are you a person who lacks self-control or maybe even sufficient determination to stick to a plan?
Financial disasters, droughts and floods, earthquakes and other natural upheavals encourage many people to pray and seek a hopeful outcome. Unfortunately, too often, it takes an extreme situation to bring us to our knees in prayer and hopefulness for our lives. For we American’s, this is a time of year when we think about freedom and the privileges that we have, but as we come to the summer season, I believe this might be the perfect opportunity t
Many people have fallen into a state of fear and extreme worry. That is a normal and natural happening and feeling to experience especially with the recent disasters that have happened around the world. While so many are in pain and disbelief, I believe it is most important to stay grounded –breathe deeply and choose to keep your emotions in check so that you can make sound choices and decisions.
Loneliness, depression, feeling sad–these emotions can be dissolved and removed from your energy field and thinking process when you willingly seek out experiences that will bring you joy or something pleasant to fill your mind and thinking process. It is actually normal to gravitate to negativity because our Ego mind likes to keep us in a state of dependency and control. That is why it is important to be a
Declare daily the truth that the Lord is guiding you! Your Creator has destined you to leave your mark! Your job is to believe and trust that it is all coming together.
Too often I hear people say that they hate the life they have and wish for something else. Living a life built on wishes or desires for what others appear to possess only leads to greater resentment and despair. We all have hopes and dreams, but it might better serve each one of us if we could learn to build on our hopes and dreams rather than push them away by empowering ourselves towa
Those were the words of Misty May-Treanor and her partner, Kerri Walsh after they won their third Olympic gold medal in volleyball.