Posts tagged Relax
3-Minute Soak in the Silence Meditation

Beyond the constant chatter of your mind lies your deepest truths and the answers to all of your questions. They reside in the spaces between your thoughts, in the silence. Today, give yourself the gift of silence, even if it's just for 3 mins.

Allow yourself to swim in the beauty and peace that it offers to you. Set a timer on your phone, and totally unplug. Shift into being an observer.

Here are some things you can try during those 3 minutes:

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Are you SO tired of struggling? If so, try this. . .

Is there an area of your life you are SO tired of struggling with?

For me, there is one area of my life in particular that I have struggled with for many years. I’ll go into deets in another post (because it’ll be a biggie), but for now, just know I totally get it.

I KNOW what it’s like to struggle with something… to try over and over, with what seems like a million different techniques and coming at it from every angle possible, and still… nothing. It’s still there. Showing up in your life like a big, grey, concrete wall that’s blocking you from breaking through to the freedom, expansion, and . . .

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Strengthen Your Self-Belief 2 Minutes at a Time

So often, the only thing holding us back or keeping us from achieving our goals and reaching our highest potential is a lack of self-belief. And what is a belief? It's simply a thought that you agree with.

So instead of listening to all of the reasons your mind can come up with as to why you can't achieve something and agreeing with them, why not tune into the loving voice of God/Source within you that tells you that you can, and agree with that voice instead? 

The more time you spend consciously connecting with your Source . . .

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Let Go and Allow.

One of my favorite quotes from the work of Abraham-Hicks is, “There is only a stream of well-being that flows. You can allow it, or resist it, but it flows just the same.”

I have a theory that some people are so used to struggling, that when things flow easily, they find ways to make it hard. Instead of just allowing things to be wonderful, they resist the flow and create obstacles that wouldn’t otherwise exist.

I’ve heard Joe Dispenza make some very insightful comments about this, and reading The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks confirmed my theory as well. (If you haven’t read it yet, definitely get it!) To shift this pattern, try to be mindfully aware of it throughout your day by . . .

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