Category Archives: Inspirational Messages

Give Yourself the Best

It’s a Divine Right to Give Yourself the Best After we are confused about how to give ourselves “The Best”, we tend to wait for others to offer it to us. Our ego has a tendency to deny us of a wonderful life. There have been many past, old teachings, beliefs and experiences suggesting we are not worthy of the best and the finest nor should we expect it. NOT SO! Contrary to our ego, not only should we have the best in life, we have a divine right to give ourselves “The Best”. For today, set aside the fears, limitations and Read More...

Living a FULL Life

The Majority of People Are Living in Part People tend to live half-healthy, half-wealthy, half-happy, and half-creative lives. They have accepted this half way of living as normal. Once in a while, in a rare moment, they glimpse a larger life and wish it could be so. Half living is abnormal and unnecessary. You can live a much healthier, fuller, and richer life right where you are in your present circumstances. It requires a change of consciousness. You are the controller of your consciousness. The very moment you decide to live a healthier and richer life your consciousness will devise the Read More...

Building Stronger Immunities

Your Immune System is Your Bodyguard Your immune system is your bodyguard. It works both pro-actively and protectively to shield you from anything in your world that threatens your life and limb. Is your immune system low? Probably, if you get chronic, continuing infections, colds, and respiratory allergies. In today’s world, a low immune response can be directly related to poor diet and nutrition. Other big factors: prolonged use of antibiotics, steroid drugs or heavy metal pollutants. Keeping the immune system healthy means keeping the whole body (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual) healthy. For many people this includes unlearning the quick fix, Read More...

Holiday Practices

During holiday gatherings, we’re often exposed to other people’s issues, the dynamic of various relationships, and our own issues. Now that can be a lot of ISSUES in one room. It’s hardly surprising that people experience so much stress, anxiety and depression during the holidays. With positive, appreciative thoughts and good feelings, we can play a huge role in helping our bodies stay healthy. For many, spending time with certain family members can reopen old emotional wounds. The holidays seem to be a particularly vulnerable time for old scars and delicate hearts. According to clinical hypnotherapist and mindfulness practitioner, Sherly Read More...

Giving Thanks

Counting your blessings is a time-honored way to flourish. It’s been part of almost every culture and spiritual practice. Science has now proved what the ancients knew intuitively. Grateful people are likely to be much happier and healthier than their pessimistic counterparts. The regular practice of gratitude produces impactful “side effects:” (more…) Read More...

Understanding Seasonal Blues

Exposure to light naturally increases feel good chemicals in our brains and bodies, such as serotonin. When the days shorten in the fall and you have less exposure to sun and natural light, you have a physiological setup for feeling a bit blue or moody. This seasonal change isn’t in your imagination—seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is real and affects tens of thousands of people (maybe more) each year. As the summer ends, it’s not uncommon to experience fatigue, lethargy, weight gain, carbohydrate craving, excessive sadness, and changes in your libido. Luckily there are some easy things you can do to Read More...

Four Basic Reasons for Poor Liver Function

Weighing about four pounds, the liver is the largest gland of the body and the only internal organ that will regenerate itself if part of it is damaged. The liver has many functions, perhaps the most important of which is the secretion of bile. This fluid is stored in the gallbladder and released as needed for digestion. Bile is necessary for the digestion of fats; it breaks fat down into small globules. Bile also assists in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins ( A, D, E and K) and helps to assimilate calcium. It promoted intestinal peristalsis as well, which Read More...