The heart is the most powerful source of electromagnetic energy in the human body, producing the largest rhythmic electromagnetic field of any of the body’s organs. The heart’s electrical field is about 60 times greater in amplitude than the electrical activity generated by the brain. This field can be detected anywhere on the surface of the body. Furthermore, the magnetic field produced by the heart is more than 100 times...
Have you ever wondered what thoughts really are?
Here's a hint: Thoughts are the means by which we create our reality.
I got together with two colleagues to talk about this topic and I want to share with you some of their wisdom in what is such an interesting and life-changing topic.
The Power of thought is the only power there is. Everything we can see, feel, touch and experience, was preceded by a thought.
Now, the significance of that is when we realize that thoughts are created, that's when we discover it's so important to be intentional about our thoughts.
Think of thoughts from the analogy of seeds. Each thought is a seed being planted within our subconscious mind and when those seeds grow into maturity, they then externalize and become our actual reality.
So we have to be very deliberate, intentional and selective of the thoughts we focus...
If right now you are in a moment in your life where there's a lot of uncertainty, anxiety, or overwhelm, I have something for you.
Reverend Michael Beckwith says:
“When you stand and throw your hands up in the air and say ‘I don't know’, you are in a space of power.”
I believe that being open to learning, and having what I call a beginner's mindset, can create miracles in your life.
So my invitation for you is to adopt a beginner's mindset with these three steps:
It is through curiosity that you can tap into new teachings, ideas and possibilities. Leave worry aside and let curiosity take its place.
Ask yourself things like…
How can this work for me?
What can I learn?
How can I grow?
Become the student of life. Learn as if you never knew anything.
It's so easy to be judgmental of ourselves, of our own unfoldment and of the things we do....
“Worry is not a spiritual practice.”
- Michael Beckwith
Have you ever asked yourself how much time you spend worrying?
As Rev says: “Worry is not a spiritual practice.”
We invest so much time trying to improve ourselves, trying to get closer to Source, trying to align with our highest self.
But we end up canceling all that work with worry.
The answer is because it's a human thing to do.
We don't need to be hard on ourselves about it, we just need to be mindful and learn how to stop worrying so much and begin trusting more.
Now, I know it's easier said than done. I know you could be going through really difficult situations where not worrying seems impossible, but here is where trust comes in.
Let me ask you this…
How many times you didn't know how you were going to resolve something and suddenly, out of nowhere, something happened?...
Let me ask you this… How important are your relationships to you?
I'm sure they're very important. After all, it is through relationships that we open our hearts, and learn how to love unconditionally.
Now, what about triggering relationships?
We all have that someone who triggers us, but even with that, those are important relationships too. Just a little more difficult to ‘deal’ with.
So, considering every single one of your relationships is important, how about you learn how to 'deal' with them, or even better, how to stay heart-centered when someone triggers dense emotions within you?
Sounds like a handy skill to learn, doesn’t it?
Well, I have one technique that can help you with this.
Do this the next time you are in a conversation with someone who triggers you:
Notice when you start feeling uncomfortable. Bring your awareness to your body sensations and emotions. You know you are being triggered when it starts...
Do you want to connect with your soul on a deeper level? Is this part of your new year's intentions, but you don't know how to begin?
If you're thinking… Yes, that's me! Keep on reading, I have something for you.
Questions are one of my favorite things. I know it may sound a bit weird but questions, when they are of high vibration, can ignite our soul's desires. They can launch us into dreaming without limitations.
A few days ago a dear client asked me, how can I have more constructive conversations with people? And I said, ask high quality questions.
If you want to have more powerful conversations, to gain clarity about what you want in life, and to deepen your connection to your soul, ask yourself these 3 questions.
1. Without limitations, what do you want in your life?
We are so used to playing small, to seeing the circumstances and the facts and using all that against us. But how about you give yourself permission to play with the idea...
We have to stop asking people to give us what they don't have because we can only give what we have in our hearts.
One of my favorite quotes says “Expectations are premeditated disappointments” and with the holidays coming up in times that are very different to what we are used to, there could be a lot of emotions coming through us.
A lot of disappointments, loneliness, anxiety, especially when it comes to our relationships.
So, how can we keep our power and not give it away?
Here's the SECRET...
By letting go of expectations.
And you let go of expectations by setting intentions.
An expectation is, what can I get from people?
An intention is, what can I bring to people?
So you start by asking yourself, what can I bring to this relationship or to this situation?
It could be joy, gratitude, love.
Now, what about those relationships that have been debilitating, disrespectful, or toxic?
In those cases you could choose to bring:
You don't need anything, the only thing you need is to let go.