Archives for June 2012

Stop the Energy Zappers and Time Takers

Are you frequently distracted and make needless mistakes? Do you find yourself juggling a gazillion tasks, wishing for more time while rushing from one thing to another? Are you often fatigued, even when you are doing things that require little energy? Did you misplace your keys, purse or phone - again? If any of this sounds familiar, you're not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) chronic fatigue syndrome is a prolonged period of unexplained, persistent fatigue not related to physical exertion and not relieved by rest. Ongoing symptoms include difficulty concentrating, unrefreshed sleep, muscle pain, headaches, shortness of breath, depression and anxiety attacks. Constantly feeling like … [Read more...]

Tap Into Your Inner Genie Through Journaling

  A journal can be your key transformation. Journal writing is a way to record your memories, thoughts, rants and raves and a way to tap into your inner guidance to reveal new ideas, thoughts and revelations. Within the pages of your journal, you can begin to know and express yourself freely. It doesn't take any special skills to journal. You don't need any special instructions and there's no right or wrong way to journal. All you need is pen and paper. Over the years, I have written in numerous journals at various times in my life. I have gratitude journals, travel journals, daily journals and recently a "bucket list journal". The interesting thing about journals is that you can revisit them and discover how your thoughts, … [Read more...]

Let go of Ego to Reveal the Real You

  "Ego is simply an idea of who you are that you carry around with you." ~Wayne Dyer~ The Latin word for “I” is Ego and often used in English to mean "self", "the self", "self-concept", "false self", "conceptual identity", or identification with individual existence or your soul. Ego is also defined as the part of you that is your “innermost self”, “self-esteem” or “the opinion one has of him/her self.  These opinions can create a disparity between the real you and what you have been taught to believe about yourself. Your ego feeds your desire to be accepted, acknowledged, loved, and valued born out of your connections with others – society, family and culture. While connections with others is important, it is equally important … [Read more...]