Today’s Inspirational Focus
Inspiring quotes that can help change your mood.
“Tell your heart that the fear of suffering is worse than the suffering itself. And that no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with God and with eternity.”
~ The Alchemist
Consider the following inspirational quotes…
“Make life a game. Every day is a new day.
You make the rules every day.”
“Many marriages would be
better if the husband and
the wife clearly understood
that they are on the same
~ Zig Ziglar
I AM master of my thoughts…
I am an observer. I listen more than I talk. My thoughts create my reality. I turn intense emotions into useful manifesting tools. YES! Is an attitude word I use often. I believe in my Self. I trust my Self. I keep sacred my words and promises. I set achievable goals.
~ L.E. Okaily
“It’s best to not ask questions if you know you will resist the answer.”
~ Corey Herter
Clearing Blocks to Success
Ask yourself one of these questions at a time and write down your answers:
- What is my underlying belief around money?
- Why am I choosing to think I can’t create that?
- Why am I choosing to give my power away to someone else?
Which one of these patterns most applies to you?
- I start a project then I don’t follow through.
- I start, follow through up to a point, and then never finish.
- I can’t get started.
We use tapping as a technique to see past the reasons and excuses that our brain comes up with for keeping us from something that would be good for us, or something we enjoy. The goal of tapping is to give us the freedom to move past the point of pain that is causing a block to something.
Create your life the way you want it to be and let others do the same.
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Kids and Teens – Emotional Freedom from Stress and Pain
We are inspired by seeing how early use of tapping (aka EFT) can help resolve social issues kids and teens come up against in social situations. It is not the only tool they need, but a very useful one to learn. They get it. They share it. Their environment changes for the better.
As a volunteer at Lifetime Learning Connections’ Kidz Kourse I have had the opportunity to witness miraculous personality changes. Kids come in with a lot of anger, shame, guilt, and fear that they do not understand or know how to handle. They have been having outbursts at home and/or in school. Their siblings may bully them or that happens at school. In some cases they may act the bully part themselves and have trouble with friendships. Their parents bring them to the Kidz Kourse hoping for the best. When they pick up their children on Sunday, the last day of the course, they are overjoyed with how their children become. Self-esteem has changed for the better. Families life gets easier. Going to work and school becomes more cooperative.