Posts tagged hope
Diving Deep

As a global collective, we are undergoing a huge amount of change in a very short period of time. It’s uncomfortable. It’s ugly. It’s necessary. Basically, change sucks sometimes. The trick is to not get so overwhelmed with it all that you get frustrated and feel like your efforts aren’t making a difference or you give up and quit all together. This week, loss of hope is going to be our’s and our global community’s greatest challenge, as events continue to pop up that make it appear like the Light has gone out. It hasn’t and you have the power to do something about it.


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Day Five: Peacefulness is a Choice

Believe it, or not, being peaceful is a choice. It’s all about how you approach things. It’s about how you are able to see the potential in all situations—whether they are easy or challenging.

There’s a lot of people spinning out right now. Maybe they are angry or afraid or anxious, but it’s during these turbulent times, that it is extremely important to choose to move into a peaceful state.


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Day Four: Shift from Within

I love this quote by Anita Moorjani: "The only thing you can do is make the shift within yourself."

It's so true and, I believe, extremely helpful advice right now. We can't control others. We can't control how they think, how they feel, how they react. We can't "fix" them. That's not our responsibility. Our responsibility is to ourselves--making the changes from within and letting them radiate outward....

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21 Day Intentional Social Media Challenge

In Light is the New Black, Rebecca Campbell says, “Just as your thoughts create the world, our collective energy creates THE world. Thanks to social media, this collective energy can now spread even more quickly…”

Let’s take a moment and think about this. What have you seen lately on Facebook and other social media outlets? I’ve seen fear. I’ve seen hate. I’ve seen panic and anxiety. I’ve seen cruelty.

However, I’ve also seen love, kindness, compassion, and understanding. I’ve seen Lightworkers pick themselves up, dust themselves off, and start posting positive things, inspiring things, and hopeful things.

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