An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. When you are ready to get serious about understanding your own intuition, think in terms of metaphors all the time. Establish the dialog. Remember, though, that sometimes burnt biscuits are just burnt biscuits. When you realize that, let it remind you to laugh. Because most
An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts. Ignoring complaining, nagging, and sob stories can be considered an act of love. Self-love because you release yourself from a focus on negativity. Love for others because they may focus less intently on negativity if no one is listening or connecting with them in their
Most of us have been taught to ignore our emotions or to control our emotions, or that emotions are uncontrollable. But actually, tuning in to how you feel in order to adjust your focus and your thinking so that you feel good is the best use of emotions. What you focus on and how you
An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts follows. It’s important to enjoy feelings of happiness and general wellbeing as much as possible. To do that, notice how you feel. Have strategies at the ready to lift yourself up when you find yourself down. When down, do the work to change your perspective.
An excerpt from my book Bliss Or Bust: Uplifting Thoughts follows. Your intuition can be like your big buddy hanging out with you all the time. Really, you’re never alone. Your own always present, patient, and calm mentor who wants only the best for you is there for you all the time in the form