Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.
~Preparing The Fertile Ground For Your Precious Seed Thoughts To Grow~ By Val Logan, D.D., C.C.H. When you are feeling good about yourself the world opens up to you. Life is easy. Life is good. Give Me Five! Yeah! This is what makes everything worthwhile. Have you experienced this before? I am sure you … Read more
Inner Critic Strikes Again
One of the most destructive communication issues is the one that we have with ourselves when we get stuck in regret. Regret is a form of self-criticism. Regretting our choices from the past keeps us locked into a negative feeling. Our goal as humans is to grow and develop by learning from our successes and our mistakes alike. That is how we make progress. Making ourselves miserable from past experiences hampers our growth. What if we learned from our mistakes and began to feel good about them? Would our mistakes be any less joyous than our successes? It is through our challenging experiences along the way that we develop ourselves.
How to Consciously Use the Law of Attraction to Manifest Your Heart’s Desire
First of all, though nowadays many people are aware of these metaphysical concepts, we still meet some who are are not. So then, what IS the law of attraction and what does manifesting actually mean?
The word manifesting means making something real. It’s different than the common practice of goal achievement where we decide on what we want and then take the necessary steps to the successful completion of that goal.
Manifesting begins similarly in that it is important to be clear about what you want to create. However, unlike goal setting that is primarily focused on action, manifesting focuses more on the use of our imagination and feelings along with inspired action to help us create what we want in our lives. This approach can be deeply rewarding and gratifying.