I am so super excited to be in Paducah, Kentucky. I get to give a workshop to a group of amazing women at The Art Farm Women's Retreat. I will add a link below for you to learn more about her. Watch the video to learn more.
I've been reading The Abundance Book by John Price. The book says that if you're wanting abundance, don't do things to "get". Instead, do things to give.
What can you spiritually do for others? How can you improve their lives?
I feel super blessed that I get to present my workshop because this is what I love to do. I'm giving up my time and expecting nothing in return but the love and the light on their faces when they have spiritual realizations.
What can you do today that will improve someone else's life?
***Are you needing a little help seeing something good in every day? Here is a link to my Daily Inspirations to keep you energized and in a positive mindset all day.***
There are so many things in each day that we can be grateful for. Watch this video to learn more.
While driving to work, my nose started running. Usually, I have some Kleenex tissues in the glove box, but I couldn't find them anywhere. Then, I remembered there was Kleenex in my purse and I was able to blow my nose. I am so thankful for Kleenex. Otherwise, I would have had snot running down my face.
There's so much that we can be grateful for. If you can't think of anything, think of the people in Ukraine right now that are having to flee their homes with only a suitcase in their hand. Be grateful that we are blessed. It will change your vibration and make your day much better.
Sometimes life just sucks. It's inevitable. We have our ups and our downs. Today I want to teach you how to get over the hump of those down times so it won't affect you as much. Watch this video to learn more.
The first thing you need to do is realize that there is a lesson in this tough situation. Often it can take some time to realize what it is. If you can go into gratitude for the fact that you are about to learn something wonderful, then the situation will improve.
Also remember that everything is temporary. The saying, "This too shall pass." is important to remember.
So today, when you have something unexpected happen that is not so great, go into gratitude that a lesson is coming. Remind yourself that this too shall pass. This will help you get over that hump when things aren't going as you would like.
Let’s continue this month of gratitude because it is the month of Thanksgiving. Last week, I talked about what we can do when we go to bed at night to remember our blessings throughout today.
This week I'm going to talk about what you can do first thing in the morning before your feet even touch the floor. Watch this video to learn more.
When I wake up in the morning, I like to think of 10 things that I am grateful for. I always start with, ”I am so grateful for this comfortable bed because it gave me a good night's sleep.”
You could be grateful for the shower with warm water, the dishwasher, your pets, the beautiful day, or the fact you have a job. You could even be grateful for anything as simple as being able to walk.
The biggest challenge sometimes is to get down to those smaller things that we don't realize every day. So start thinking about what you are grateful for.
If you can express your gratitude for 10 things every morning before you...
Today I want to talk to you about counting your blessings. This is one of my favorite exercises to do right before I go to sleep because it helps me to get in a great vibration. Since we are in the month of Thanksgiving, it's also a great way to show gratitude. Watch this video to learn more.
When I lay my head down on my pillow every night, I think about my entire day and how I was blessed.
You can acknowledge big things that you were blessed with like maybe a raise at work. Or you can simply be thankful for the fact your car made it to work today, or that it was a beautiful day outside.
Count all of your blessings and find gratitude in your day. That way before you go to sleep you'll be in a better place.
You will feel great and even have better dreams! I guarantee it. So try it. Count your blessings every night before you go to bed. It'll put you in a wonderful place.
It is wonderful to be grateful for what we have, but we can also use gratitude to improve the lives of others.
Watch the attached video to see how we can help transform another’s life to bring health, wealth and happiness.
Rhonda Byrne, in the book The Magic, says, “Energy flows where you intention goes. When you direct the energy of gratitude toward another person’s needs, that’s where the energy goes.
Gratitude is an invisible but real force of energy and coupled with the energy of your desire is just like having a magic wand.”
Think of three people you know are struggling. You can get their picture to add energy to your visualization.
Look at the picture and then close your eyes for one minute and visualize the person’s health, wealth or happiness fully restored.
Then, feel grateful as if you are receiving this news.
Say, “Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.”
Because the Universe has provided what they wanted and what...
During the month of November many of us give thanks for the fun stuff, but do we give thanks for our challenges as well?
Watch the attached video on how to increase your abundance regardless of your current situation.
It’s important to have an “Attitude of Gratitude” no matter what is going on in our lives.
For example, when I was a sign language interpreter, I broke my hand and had to be out of work for over a month.
I went from pity and worry to an “Attitude of Gratitude” and realized how I can be thankful for my hand.
I became appreciative on how easy it was to wash my hair or sign my name. There were so many things I took for granted before my hand was damaged.
In those moments of your life that don’t feel so great, change it to an “Attitude of Gratitude” and be thankful for those harsh moments.
I would love to challenge you to be thankful of 10 situations in your life that did not feel great at the time,...
All you need to do to join is simply click this link and you’ll be on your way to a peaceful state of mind.
Like you, I’ve had to adapt to the challenges of coping and dealing with a new routine since Covid-19 turned the world upside down. It has been a confusing and stressful time for all of us.
But recently, many of you have reached out to me with private messages asking for more guidance and inspiration as a way to navigate through the day to day challenges that the coronavirus has presented.
I found a great solution!
I’ve wanted to create something for daily inspiration for a LONG time, but other priorities kept pushing it to the backburner. But with all the messages and requests that keep coming in, now feels like the perfect time.
With this in mind, I am creating a program called “Daily Inspirations.”
The goal of the program is to provide daily videos to help you:
In my vlog today, I have my son, Noland, to tell you about one of my favorite things in the whole wide world and that is being THANKFUL.
Every night when we sit around the dinner table, we have what is called our thankful circle. We each take turns talking about our day and saying what we are thankful for.
We also have a gratitude wall in my office that anyone that comes over can write on it with sharpies to say what they are thankful for. I use permanent markers so it can stay forever.
My son recently wrote that he loves baseball. When he was three, he said he loved cotton candy and rocks, so we wrote that on the wall for him. It is very important to me that I teach him and my entire family to be thankful.
Peace and blessings,