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I’m sure it’s not just me that feels like life seems to be brimming with challenges, setbacks, and unexpected twists these days. At times like this, cultivating a positive mindset becomes not just a choice but a powerful and necessary tool for navigating life’s ups and downs. Whether you’re striving for personal growth, aiming for professional success, or simply looking for a daily dose of inspiration, there’s no doubt that embracing a positive mindset can be a game-changer. And when I talk about embracing a positive mindset, I don’t mean that we should all be throwing on our rose-tinted glasses and ignoring life’s challenges…as tempting as that might be sometimes! It’s about acknowledging difficulties while choosing to approach them with a mindset geared toward growth, resilience, and optimism. An Abundance of Benefits Research has shown that maintaining a positive outlook doesn’t just boost our mood but also contributes to improved…

It turns out that there is one thing that could change your life, my life, everyone’s life. It’s called creative consciousness, fueled through your imagination. You know that stuff many of the really spiritual people have spoken about through the centuries? Your inner creative power makes your outer reality. You are a creative being. What you believe yourself to be, you are, and all that jazz. Well guess what? It’s real. It’s the truth of life. And it’s all part of what we can use to change our life. My hope is that I can get you to see what a wonderful, powerful, creative person you are. Getting started You have the greatest creative faculty that there is: your imagination. Yet for the most part, we tend to take this for granted, even though it’s our imagination that has taken us to where we are today. Good or bad. If…

I’m very picky about what happens on this Blog – you knew that.  Right?  And today I’m really blessed to have as my guest Alisa Bowman.   Alisa is brilliant, funny and generous.  Want to know more? You’ll find it below. Lately whenever I commit an Act of Negativity—say I lock the puppy in her crate because she just chewed my favorite pair of shoes—my kid quietly commentates, “That wasn’t very Buddhist, Mommy.” She says this whenever I grumble about other drivers, become impatient while standing in line, or say something nasty about a certain politician. She finds at least one opportunity a day to admonish me. It’s humbling, but also beautiful. After all, not only does her comment remind me of my personal goals, it also brings a smile to my face, forcing me to laugh and admit, “You’re right. That wasn’t very Buddhist at all!” I’m going to…

[success]Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives. ~ Sidney Madwed[/success] Come the end of the day will you have increased your portfolio?  No, I’m not talking about money ~ been there, did that…moving on. I’m talking about investments in your life.  I’m talking about the currency of the universe…your thoughts.  It’s time to make sure we’re not spending our time, or really most importantly our thoughts.  Use the time wisely, choose your thoughts wisely and your personal portfolio can only expand. The thoughts we choose, the ideas we accept as true, the beliefs we plant in our minds are either an investment  towards the attainment of our dreams or a squandering of a life we wished we’d lived.  Ouch, reminds me, I think…

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