In this section you will find content supporting ways to let go of old negative thoughts and beliefs in order to assist in the healing process.
During my transformation, I needed to put aside the beliefs I had about myself and my past in order to heal. I reminded myself to keep an open mind about what I was learning. It was necessary for me to break free of the negative thinking and change my perspective of my life. It was that open mind that helped me change my default behaviors of the previous decades and allowed me to move forward to find love for myself and those around me.
I hope these life lessons, or Mindful Shifts as I call them, help you the way they helped me and continue to do so.
When you have the courage to challenge your beliefs, the world can change. And so can you.
Do you still have unresolved anger from past trauma or abuse? If you find yourself in situations where you are always feeling the need to defend yourself, getting into arguments with toxic people, or find yourself in situations where your anger creates problems in...
If you had the opportunity to spend time with your 5-year-old self, what would you say to her?
Have you tried meditating but just can’t find that peace?
In our third installment of our new series on Grief—New Beginnings—our Everyday Being Circle Partner, Michele Ricciardi-Lamberti, talks about what she learned she didn’t know about all the things her husband took care of.
GODS GRACE & LOVE is so much bigger than my own fears and anxiety.
In our second installment of our new series on Grief—New Beginnings—our Everyday Being Circle Partner, Michele Ricciardi-Lamberti, talks about faith during the grieving process.
Grief. Many of us experience grief in our lives. Sometimes expected, other times it comes out of left field—you never saw it coming. To support you through your grief process, I’m starting a new series called New Beginnings—from Everyday Being Circle Partner—Michele Ricciardi-Lamberti.
We are living in a world of uncertainty. And if you are anything like me, uncertainty can spin you right into a vicious cycle of worry and anxiety.
I AM Powerful. WE ARE Powerful! Trauma has a time and place and today is not its time.