So how do you get what you want in life? First you must know what you want. That may seem obvious, but most people only know what they DON’T want: You don’t want a family that’s unsupportive and verbally abusive. You don’t want a significant other who is unfaithful or emotionally unavailable. You don’t want […]
Kacey meets with Tara Greenway of Beyond Your Belief to find out what limiting beliefs are. Ask your soul what it really wants….and do a little digging to find out how your subconscious may be holding you back.
If it weren’t for your ancestors’ courage and strength, they wouldn’t have survived and you wouldn’t be here. If it weren’t for their intelligence and cleverness, you wouldn’t have the life you have. They must have been determined because otherwise they wouldn’t have been able to thrive.
Are you working like crazy in your career and getting sort of… nowhere? Or somewhere, but you’ve been stuck there for a while now? I bet you’ve thought of everything — website, training, marketing, networking — except your beliefs about your career.
That’s how I looked at life for many years. It’s how most people look at life. A battle, a striving. The ring on my finger has the light and dark embracing, complementing, not opposing.
My girl intuitively let go of expectations and simply saw what was, with no judgment. Rocks. Huh. So she went from rocks to creativity and joy.
Signs from the Universe: do you believe in them?
Affirmations on their own can just show you the stark contrast between where you wish you were and where you really are. They can leave you stranded on your same old desert island looking at all you dream of, off on the horizon somewhere out there.
So many healers try to convince people to create their own reality by ignoring negative thoughts or emotions or people. And that sounds cool. But here’s the catch: most people I know can’t do that. Most people I know live in a world where their families have crises, their jobs are very demanding, they have […]
I was an academic, artistic, religious girl – not a sporty girl. I went out for the basketball team because my dad loved basketball and my brother was super good at basketball and it seemed like the thing to do. I made the team — maybe because I was tall, maybe because almost everyone who […]