Hi, today I want to talk about one of my all-time favorite habits!It has truly transformed my life, and the best part is that it’s free (well, aside from the cost of a pen and a notebook, but it’s worth having a special notebook for this, not just any regular type of your homework notebook – more on that later)
For those who are not journaling, at least a few times a week, you are all missing out!!
And in this post I will tell you all the reasons why , and how to start journal writing from today, even if you are a lazy, no motivated person (like me), and even if you hate writing. Journaling isn’t like writing a book; it’s something anyone can do and excel at.
So, let’s get started
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Lately, I’ve spent lots of time on practicing affirmations to testing them on many different aspects of my life. When it comes to the Law of Attraction, the technique that I think always works best for me is using affirmations. In my personal experience, affirmations are easy to do as you can practice them anywhere, anytime, and yet the impact they bring is significant.
I find that continually reminding myself of the positive things in my life is crucial to maintaining a high vibration throughout the day and helps me stay calm during challenging situations.
Today, I want to create this post for daily positive affirmations for women. I will focus on three main areas that, in my experience, are very important for women.
You can focus on affirmations from a specific aspect you want to concentrate on or you can choose one affirmation from each section, and practice them daily.
So, let’s get started.
Hello there! I was once a person who used to think that my goal in life was to find the other half of myself. I got attached fast and easily in romantic relationships, and when they didn’t work out, I’d feel utterly crushed, and that pattern just kept repeating itself. Until one day, I I hit the brakes and had an epiphany – I’d never really considered the idea of being happily single.
Could it be that I couldn’t find happiness within myself, and that’s why my relationships weren’t working out?
So, I started to read many self-help books related to this topic, listened to many podcasts from different coaches and therapists. For the first time, I started to get to know myself.
I asked myself the question: Is it possible to be happy when you are single? Yes, you can, and it is a must, especially if you want to be happy in a relationship with another human being. You have to be able to be happy and content on your own.
So, in this post, let’s discuss how to be happy when you are single. I hope this article will give you a fresh perspective on relationships and self-care.
Hi, I’m back with a hypying-up post for all my single ladies out there. The idea for this post came to me after watching a YouTuber discuss her insecurities and the undue judgment she faced simply because she didn’t have a boyfriend. She even faced judgment from others just because of that, and it’s surprising how such a seemingly insignificant thing can dent a girl’s confidence.
It hit home for me because I used to feel that way too.
Today, with this post, I hope to provide a little motivation and inspiration for my single ladies out there through these inspiring happy single girl quotes. Whenever you’re feeling insecure or doubting yourself, I hope you can return to this post and always keep your heads held high. Because each one of you deserves the most beautiful and wonderful love in life.
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Today, we’re going to focus on a very interesting topic: teaching mindfulness for children in today’s world. Is it necessary?
If you believe that mindfulness is solely meant for adults or that only adults possess the capability to practice it effectively, then this post is going to change your mind.
While mindfulness brings many benefits into our lives, many of us, when initially embarking on mindfulness practices, often find ourselves struggling with how to control our minds or our thoughts.
So, what if we introduce mindfulness to children at an early age? Could it become second nature to them, seamlessly integrated into their lives? The answer is more profound than that!
Teaching mindfulness for children not only eases their familiarity with these practices for later life but also offers a plethora of additional advantages. Now, let’s begin to understand why and how to teach mindfulness to children effectively.
I’ve been part of the Law of Attraction community for quite a while now, trying out all sorts of techniques. Every day, there are new methods popping up. The end goal of each and every technique is to change your subconscious mind to accept the new beliefs and the new reality where your desires are a true fact.
Among them all, sometimes I circle back to one of the most basic techniques in the Law of Attraction, which is using affirmations, and I have found that this is the most effective one that works for me.
Yes, you can do visualization, scripting, SATS; they all work, but there is a power in simply repeating positive affirmations. It can be robotic affirmations (where at first you just say the words and don’t really believe in the affirmations), or it can be intentional affirmations; they all work.
In this post, I aim to introduce you to a compilation of Abraham Hicks’ positive affirmations, covering various aspects of life.
This compilation offers you a wide array of options, allowing you to select the affirmations that resonate most with you and your specific situation. So, let’s begin!
Meditation is like a healing elixir for your life, offering tons of benefits for both your physical and mental well-being, and the best part? It’s absolutely free and doesn’t demand much of your time.
If you think that meditation is a challenging practice, then this post is tailor-made for you. The truth is, meditation is for everyone, and anyone can do it. Depending on your experience level and the amount of time you can dedicate to meditation, there are specific techniques that suit your needs.
For those who have invested a considerable amount of time in practicing meditation or other spiritual disciplines, some exercises might be more suitable. On the other hand, if you’re just starting to explore meditation, you’ll discover your own benefits through simple, beginner-friendly exercises.
That’s the whole point of meditation – giving yourself a break and listening to what you truly want.
In this post, I’m excited to introduce you to basic meditation techniques for beginners that anyone can start with and actually enjoy.
Meditation does not have to be hard and boring. With these techniques, you will begin to realize the first benefits and positive changes in both your mental and physical health.
So, let’s get started.