This blog post explores the idea of carrying emotional baggage from past experiences and how it can weigh us down in life. It encourages readers to let go of the past and move forward, providing insights on how to do so. The post emphasizes that letting go is a sign of strength, and it opens up new opportunities for growth and personal development. The suggested hashtags to draw traffic to the article include #LettingGo, #PersonalGrowth, #MentalHealth, and #SelfLove.
There are a couple of things I’ve had to learn and accept as truth. 1. It’s okay to not know everything. In a world that constantly bombards us with information and opinions, it’s easy to feel like we should have all the answers. But… Continue Reading “It’s Okay”
It’s not fine, but it’ll be okay. There was something so reassuring and affirming about hearing those words. Countless times throughout the day we are asked how we are and many of us respond automatically with those simple two words, “I’m fine.” Or, how… Continue Reading “It’s Not Fine, But It’ll Be Okay”
Let’s live. So often we become robotic clock punchers. Living our lives by routines and obligations. All the things on our to-do lists become quiet bossy dictators of our time, and take over our minds with frantic worrying. Let’s decide what we think. Push… Continue Reading “To Live”
We live lives full to the brim with various events and doings, but only a handful of them are mile markers. Events that mark a significant period of time, events that veer us off course, and – if we were a house – these… Continue Reading “Mile Markers”
With the power of our mind, we can believe that a placebo is a miracle cure and make it so.
Every cell of our body is perfectly aware of our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs.
If the power of belief can cure ailments, think of the power it has over what you magnetize and attract?
Think of how you either empower or disempower yourself with your beliefs?
What we perceive, is what we will receive.
Of the 95% of people who believe that they are self-aware, only 10% of people actually are. On my own journey of wellness, introspection, and self-awareness I remember hearing this quote by Tasha Eurich in a TED talk. Her findings came down to one… Continue Reading “The Mind Trap”
Ignoring a broken bone doesn’t fix it.
If left untreated the problem only gets worse and leads to complications and more pain and suffering.
The same is true of our internal injuries.
Tend them as tenderly, if not more so, than a broken bone.
Perhaps, like a broken bone, if given this intentional space the heart can heal just as strong – if not more so – as before the breaking?
Our mind is a powerful tool, friend. We can sit and and ponder the intricacies of the universe, the inner workings of the human heart, and the deeper meaning of life itself. More often, though, we get caught in worry, planning, or any slew… Continue Reading “The Worrying Mind”
I have placed my self worth, like a gift, into the hands of others assuming that if someone else found me desirable, lovable, admirable, and attractive then that must be true.