Evan Carmichael explains how we all have one word that defines our life. When we find it, and live by it, the quality of our life changes.
Maybe you feel angry regularly. You’re irritable, short-tempered and grouchy. Maybe you snap (or want to snap) at everyone around you — because your anger feels like a tsunami. It’s bound to crash into something…
12 Simple Steps to Overcome Overthinking
What is holding people back from the life that they truly want to live?
I’d say that one very common and destructive thing is that they don’t know how to stop overthinking.
They overthink every little problem until it becomes bigger and scarier than it actually is. They overthink positive things until they don’t look so positive anymore (and as the anxiety starts to build).
Learning how to hold your space and keep your power.
As social beings, we define who we are, in part, by and through the relationships we have. Most of us interact with an assortment of people every day, from our most intimate relationships to strangers on the street. Obviously, how involved we are with certain individuals will color the level and intensity of our interactions with them.
“If you learn from a loss you have not lost.” ~Austin O’Malley
Two years ago I lost my grandfather. He’d been ill the last time I saw him and I knew it was coming. And yet, I was still not prepared for the depth of my grief.
While there is no one tool that every person ‘must’ use in their personal development work, or to aid in energetic transformation so you can get your much desired ‘stuff,’ I am a huge proponent of meditation, and I recommend everyone at least give it a fair shake to see if something clicks.
“In this world, an ordinary life has become synonymous with a meaningless life.” ~Brené Brown