Month: January 2018
Google meditation and you will have all you need to get you going. There are many mentors online who can guide you on your journey.
Truly, meditation can take you from negative thinking to positive thinking. Your pattern of thought is shaped by the environment you grew up in. While you’re growing up, you’re not likely to be aware that every child . . .
Last week I asked you to read the blog I wrote on listening last August 2017. The blog is titled Speak Less and Listen More. I followed my own advice and just read it. Just put “listening” into the search bar, and it will take you to the blog.
What I would write about “listening” to a teenager is totally different from what I . . .
Dear Reader: Did time stop for you when you were diagnosed with a mental illness? Were you placed on medications that would relieve your mentally ill symptoms?
Time stopped for me and I felt embarrassed, ashamed, defeated and discouraged when I was diagnosed with the manic-depressive disorder in 1970. Today, it is called bipolar disorder and as much as people h . . .
Have you asked yourself, “How can I be effective with my healing”? Have you tried to follow what you think will have you succeed and instead you failed? Forgive yourself. Try and try again. Practice makes perfect. Truly, reflect on these failures and forgive yourself.
Go in a new direction. Don’t follow all that I write. Go to what you are drawn to on the . . .