Do you ever feel like it’s too much work to launch a new career, start a new creative project or just get your everyday tasks done? No matter who you are, this is a very common issue. This Tapping session is for you, to help Motivate Your Mission. Once you put the extra effort into getting the ball rolling, you then start to establish momentum.
I have a challenge for you today, one that may not appeal to your ego but one that will appeal to your essence: Take a Break!
I feel like all of us are crazy in our activity and myself being a huge culprit. The truth is I often find myself on this merry-go-round of a never ending to do list, which has me running from one thing to the next. Even when I’m not physically doing a lot, there’s still a lot of doing happening in mind, thinking about things and getting things done in my mind.
Are you ready to bliss out? Then I have 3 simple mudras just for you, designed to make you a wise ass, a love guru and a super hero!
A mudra is a position of the body, mostly hands that helps influence the energy of your body, mood and optimal expression in life. These mudras are best done in meditation as you both focus on the mudra and relaxing into the energetic impulse it creates in your being.
New Year’s resolutions can sometimes create more pressure than goodness in your life. Rather than going wild and crazy (unless I want to), I decide to set resolutions that I know I can keep, and will make me feel good. After all, it is the baby steps that lead to big steps!
Here are some New Year’s resolutions that perhaps you may want to try as well:
“You’re not good enough.” My mind whispers vicious comments to me sometimes. But I’m not crazy, and neither are you. All of us have that bully inside our heads that pops up when we need it the least.
Many of us you could say, are enslaved by different habits at varying degrees. It could be something intense as a sugar addiction, alcohol or even an addiction to social media! Whatever it might be that that has an addictive hold over you, the chemical process in the brain is the same. Dopamine is released by the brain’s pleasure center, creating a heightened experience of feeling good, which is then stored in your memory reminding you to repeat it over and over, when ever you do not feel good.