Category Archives: Spiritual Growth
By: Karen Downing
Sometimes amidst all the hustle and bustle of the day, we lose touch with what matters most: our positivity, strength, and real power in life.
Here are 7 ways to experience spiritual connection and really reconnect with your spiritual strength throughout the day…every day.
Because sometimes all it takes is 5 minutes to go from stressed and agitated to super-powerful and honestly happy.
# 1. Meditation and Prayer.
This one is pretty obvious, but nonetheless very important. This is about you finding time and space in your life to connect with the Higher Power you believe in. There is no right way or wrong way to do this, but in order to grow the spiritual part of you, you do need to allow for this connection to take place. Read the Rest of This Article >>
By Cece Suwal and Mark Brener
So many of us experience negative self-talk, and often it happens without our explicit intention.
For instance, you might have a negative thought about your “inability to do something” or about “your goals not working out quite right” only to think to yourself afterwards “where the heck did that come from?…OF COURSE everything is (and will always be) OK!”
Well, fret not because SO MANY of us experience negative thoughts from time to time. Some more frequently than others…but bottom line: if this happens to you, you’re definitely not alone.
By: Damon Nailer
Are you fulfilled? Are you utilizing your gifts/talents? Do you dread going to work daily? If you answered “no”, “no”, “yes”, then there is a possibility that you may have not
found your purpose yet. Thankfully, the secret to finding your passion and purpose is pretty simple.
Because the truth is that you’ll find true satisfaction, passion, and fulfillment when you find a career that matches your God-given gifts and talents or when you find a way to use those gifts and talents on a part-time basis outside of your profession. Finding your passion requires God-given guidance…
By: Vidette Vanderweide
Here are six steps to reinventing yourself…whether you want to reinvent your work life, love life, or your whole life!
But let’s start at the beginning:
In the Spring of 2012, I received a phone call from a woman who wanted to hire me. I noticed, that instead of jumping for joy at having a new client, I had a dread come over me. At that point, I knew to ask myself, “Why do I constrict at getting a client?”
I realized that it was because I wasn’t excited to share my knowledge with them. I was teaching something I knew a lot about, marketing, but it wasn’t mine to te Read the Rest of This Article >>
By: Lynette M. Smith
The holidays bring out emotional extremes—joy, sadness, loneliness, grief, regret. At this time of year we feel most keenly the rifts between friends, family members, or other relatives. Awkwardness ensues at parties or family gatherings where both are present; sometimes only one attends while the other, feeling unwelcome, stays away, isolated. That’s why is so important to make amends…so we can all enjoy this festive season in peace.
Before we make amends, other friends or relatives are caught in the middle or feel pressured to take sides. Added to that is the physical dis-ease that resides within someone who harbors sadness, anger, or resentment towards another. All these outcomes drain the joy from an occasion or a season.
Which begs the question Read the Rest of This Article >>