Posts filed under: Meditation and Mindfulness

Hope is a choice that often demands an effort. It is easier to worry, get discouraged, and be afraid. When we hope, we are not passive. We are active by...
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If you are feeling anxious, you can learn how to calm your anxiety with understanding. In this post, I’ll explain why anxiety happens, but most importantly, how you can calm...
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To live a life of joy and flow, practice these seven simple tips to boost your mental health and well-being. One of my favorite mentors was Jim Rohn. He was...
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Living a life of joy and flow means averting obstacles to your health and well-being like recognizing how what you focus on can make you sick. I did a Facebook...
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I hope you enjoy this conversation about faith, purpose, peace, the Coronavirus and you. Paul Silva and I have been sharing emails back and forth and decided to meet via...
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I call this the Breathe In Peace Breathe Out Fear Meditation because breathing is what brings us life. Fear and anxiety, if unchecked, can cause your breathing to increase. The...
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When you build spiritual muscles, you can let go of anxiety and fear. Spiritual muscles are faith, hope, peace, endurance and resilience. This video was from a webinar speaking about...
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I was talking with my husband Robert about what I should share on a webinar I was about to jump on to give encouragement during the Coronavirus outbreak. In this...
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This title is taken from Psalm 46:1, God is our refuge and strength, a present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear, though the earth should change. Our earth...
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When I first started sharing about the power of meditation, I used to type medication by mistake. The difference is only one letter. But meditation is medication for the soul....
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