Use these Sanskrit mantras for hope whenever you need a lift, or a perspective shift. You’ve been given another day of life, after all, and with it the chance to live fully, love more openly, and breathe deeply the newness of each waking moment.
When you think it’s doubtful that anything can get better, remember that’s not your higher self thinking. Take a “thought break,” get still, and listen for a guiding message–it’ll say, “I have hope.”
I am healing with joy, and you can too. I’ve found that when I tap into the energy of joy in simple ways–with laughter, lightheartedness, gratitude, compassion–suffering gives way to healing.
If you’re struggling with change, resisting what you don’t want to face, or confused with what you’re supposed to be doing, may these messages encourage you to trust the process once again, or for the very first time.
A little more on the whimsical side today, but nevertheless a meaningful side to be on, here are some invaluable words of advice from a snowflake, of all things…
Feeling down might show up for any reason or no apparent reason at all, but it’s something we’re all familiar with. Letting go of these three beliefs, I believe, will help you to feel better about whatever is coming up for you.
These letting go quotes are here to inspire a positive internal transformation, one that leads to greater peace of mind and freedom in our lives today.
I’m teaching myself–and these winter quotes are a reminder for us all–to not wish for summer in the winter and to enjoy our season of serenity.
If you celebrate the new year in any way, consider making this short questionnaire your empowering and enlightening year in review process.
When change happens, it’s natural to want to shrink away from it, to avoid its lessons. That’s easy, but it just means the lessons will come back around again in another form. The powerful affirmations in this post can help us embrace our experiences and learn to be happier.