Homemade therapy is a series of what you can do at home to create wellness and wellbeing. Affirmations in New Thought and New Age terminology refer primarily to the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that “a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything.” So how do you affirm, or rather, how… Continue reading Homemade Therapy: Be Kind to Yourself
What does it mean to be yourself? Do you really know? Do you give yourself permission to be yourself or do you pretend to be something you’re not? Being yourself all stems from how you feel about yourself. Previous blogs on Be Right or Be Happy? or Emotions, Feelings, Beliefs, and our Thoughts or Moving Forward among other… Continue reading Be Yourself!
Illustrated by Alisha Patel It is not only when we are judging and disapproving of others that we are not loving , it is also when we want to control situations and people. It is when we don’t feel safe, we feel threatened. All these are our programming, habits and stories that we hold onto… Continue reading Love is the Answer
Illustrated by Alisha Patel Relationships can be wonderful, but it is never healthy to ask the other to be the one to make YOU happy. At the beginning of a romantic relationship, it’s exciting, it’s romantic and much more. We make the effort and as time goes by this effort may dwindle and it may even… Continue reading Relationships are….
This video by Dr Masuro Emoto, shows the connection of how we think, what we think and what we belief can affect us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujQAk9EM3xg So if what we say, how we feel and what we believe can affect water like this, how does it affect us? The majority of our bodies are made up of… Continue reading Emotions, Feelings, Beliefs, and our Thoughts
The resistance of constant pulling and pushing of emotion within us. re·sist·ance rəˈzistəns/ noun the refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument. the ability not to be affected by something, especially adversely. You have probably heard the phrase “what you resist persists.” Lets take a look… Continue reading Resitance
Illustrated by Olivia Burge and Alisha Patel How early did we lose our childlike wonder? When did we lose that innocent state in which we did not judge others, nor need to be “right”—when we saw the best in everything and everyone, and when it did not matter that someone was Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, atheist,… Continue reading Be Right or Be Happy?