Tag: spirit

8 Reasons To Forgive The Person Who Hurt You The Most

Rather than forgive and forget, sometimes we opt for “resent and fester” because it feels so much easier to reach. But who does it hurt the most if we aren’t willing to forgive? Today, I want to offer up the thought that we are always the ones who benefit the most from our decision to

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What if you need LESS Clutter and MORE Clarity?

We all want a suitable space for us to grow and flourish in. Without room to expand, we will most likely stay within the confines of the current world that we see around us. Space is the gap where growth can happen! And when we have space to think, we have room to step forward into

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3 Letter Word To Transform Your Manifesting

I’m going to take a stab in the dark… You probably finished The Secret with a head full of new ideas about what you were going to create, and watching or reading The Secret was your first foray into the world of manifesting. This is certainly how my journey started, and I’ve heard the same story

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Thank You For The Struggle

The best of us comes out in the worst of times. When times are hard, they force us to work harder, think smarter and find alien new levels of resilience. When times are tough, we have the chance to get even tougher. Very often it’s easy to look back on something that felt “bad” and

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What’s Your Ayurvedic Body Type?

Our body is the living tool that our soul needs to deliver our gifts into the world. If we can integrate the legacies of our ancestors with the medical marvels of modern science, then we have the potential to enjoy a holistically healthy life where all parts of our being are working in tandem. As I

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The 5 Best Self-Help Books Of All Time

There is a reason why Bill Gates reads a book each week – and that CEO’s on average read 50-60 books a year – and it’s because they yearn for the constant acquisition of knowledge. They know that it’s the best way to keep them growing, thriving, and ahead of others who aren’t spending as

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