One of the reasons that forgiveness can be so challenging is that we feel we are condoning the actions of the person who caused our suffering, but this is a misunderstanding of what is required. In order to forgive, we simply need to get to a place where we are ready to stop identifying ourselves … More Forgivess is important!
I was researching the fear of not knowing in relation to medical diagnosis, aging-death concerns for family members and current safety issues with terrorism. Several clients are currently experiencing these challenges… I learned that this is an actual “phobia”: “Agnosiophobia” that is quite prevalent in these times, not only to the above-mentioned issues, also in … More Transforming the Fear of Not Knowing
Next time you get angry or frustrated, don’t focus on your circumstances. Ask yourself what belief about the circumstances you are clinging to. And think about how that might be incorrect or not useful. Everyone sees things from their own lens… you may want to try to reframe and learn EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques, tapping to release … More EFT tapping to fully release old beliefs
Sometimes when we’re simply excited about something we interrupt people in a conversation – I know sometimes I do…this happened recently and I tapped on it this morning (EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques) as I felt that “I should know better”. It happens…and we must keep our awareness-antennas up about that. Does being in the “hurry … More Impatient-Impulsive-Impetuous?
Believing in yourself is the most powerful affirmation you can give to yourself! Having trust in ourselves helps motivate us to take risks and go the extra mile. It is easier to take initiative and action when we feel capable and self-assured. Self-trust in our actions tends to result in success. Consider having giving yourself … More Trust Yourself!
EVENT!!! 3/21 NYC 1-2:30 Empowering Women in Business Connect. Collaborate. Contribute. Gone are the days of going it alone! Come create referral and collaboration partnerships. Together let’s create a better world. Business and Personal Development presentations with a facilitated interactive ThinkTank segment for inspiration, motivation and support. Come connect at a deeper level, make friends, … More Less Stress, Optimal Happiness & Productivity using EFT and Mindfulness
Do you believe you are loveable? If you believe you are not loveable, I’m asking you to challenge that belief. Take a moment to identify at least three (or more) lovable traits that you possess, such as being generous, compassionate, friendly, kind, considerate, thoughtful, interesting, funny, etc. Write these down on post-its and place in … More Are You Loveable?
Many feel extra stress in this season of holidays. Whether you are hosting a family dinner or traveling to one, you may find yourself experiencing some feelings of anxiety or apprehension in preparation for the holiday gathering. This is especially true for “caregivers” and those in the “sandwich” generation. EFT Tapping Scripts for the Holidays … More EFT for Holiday Stress Release-Relief!!
“….begin with the end in mind.” ~ Stephen Covey We procrastinate for many reasons, from a perceived lack of time to a legitimate lack of self-belief – with fear involved in the procrastination. Whatever we aim to accomplish, we will achieve it more quickly and with a greater degree of efficiency when we seize the … More The Time is Now!
Yes, when you feel bullied or “unfairly” attacked emotionally – verbally it is usually difficult to respond without anger or to walk away and release. Reacting with anger adds fuel to the fire and it’s best to leave and release – even if it’s temporary it interrupts the stress-adrenaline -cortisol cycle and hopefully can allow … More Release versus React, Revenge
Be an active listener – while being patient (waiting with a positive attitude) and when what is said by the other has offended you, if you feel is an untruth and/or feel bullied, do not react. If possible, respond calmly without blaming, or walk away. Easier said than done; especially for highly sensitive people (often an extremely positive quality). … More Learn to Listen and Don’t Take anything Personally