Do you wish you could trust and know that everything is going to be alright?
Over the years, I have used different affirmations to cultivate unshakable trust and inner knowing, and I felt inspired to offer them to you.
So... I made this video where I share all the details of these affirmations that have helped me stay grounded in truth.
In this video I share 3 steps to stay grounded even when all around us seems to be collapsing. It is not easy for the mind to be navigating uncertainty but we can use these simple ideas to navigate times of crisis with more ease and grace.
A few months ago I came across with this ancient greek word: "Areté", and I realised in the areas of my life that I have created true lasting change, has been because I have applied this quality I share in the video.
If this sparks curiosity, check out this video and comment below:
Where in your life can you add some Areté?
We attract what we ARE not what we want, said teacher Wayne Dyer.
And most humans these days believe they ARE not enough, not worthy, unlovable, unsupported, alone, defective, bad, not smart, etc... so could it be possible that is what is creating your reality?
Today I have a truthful perspective that can transform how you view yourself and how you create your reality.
Hope you are having a blessed week.
An average person touches their phone 163.56 times per hour which is 2,617 times a day.
Constantly connecting to technology is creating big disconnections in our lives.
We have less capacity to go within and to engage in meaningful real conversations with the people around us.
This is a video to raise awareness on the subject matter and it invites us to be courageous to act different than the average person.
"Every person must live the inner life in one form or another. Consciously or unconsciously, voluntarily or involuntarily, the inner world will claim us and exact its dues. If we go to that realm consciously, it is by our inner work: our prayers, meditations, dream work, ceremonies, and active imagination. If we try to ignore the inner world, as most of us do, the unconscious will find its way into our lives through pathology: our psychosomatic symptoms, compulsions, depressions, and neurosis."