Archive for the ‘Freedom’ Category

Start Spreading the News

  Recognize the line?  New York, New York. Frank Sinatra. Am I right?  Sorry to say, the following has absolutely nothing to do with New York, New York or Ol’ Blue Eyes.  Or does it? Read on if you like. Decide for yourself. I walked by one of those newspaper boxes today. There was this […]

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Letting Go of Struggling

If we are struggling for any reason, it is simply because we are holding in mind that things are difficult.  We all know what struggling feels like.  What we may not realize, is that we are the ones who are sustaining the struggle by wanting to be right or by believing we have to struggle […]

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Is Change Really Difficult?

Is it really difficult to make changes or are we just accustomed to believing change is difficult? Good question.  Regardless of what we would like to change, most of us have a host of excuses that we use that actually keep us from accomplishing what we would like to achieve.  This is silly and yet […]

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Moving beyond NO!

Remember as a kid asking your parents questions and their looking at you in a funny way and answering exactly as you predicted.  Think about some of your own responses to these questions: Are we there yet?  Is dinner ready?  Thinking back there seemed to also be lots of responses that included ‘No!’ ‘Uh-uh!’ ‘I […]

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Breaking bad habits – Part III

Letting go of perceived bad habits is the result of releasing and building momentum.  By understanding ‘how and why’ we act in the ways that we do is deciding to get bigger than our ego.  In deciding to overcome the habit of protecting ourselves with fear empowers us to be free of the bad habits.  […]

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Breaking Bad Habits – Part II

Bad habits are usually a thwarted attempt of our wanting approval (affection), control, or safety (security) from others.  Probably more often than not, bad habits are a means of wanting control or wanting to be separate.  This wanting is our desire or aspiration that something or someone will alleviate the problem we are facing or […]

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Wanting to figure out what to do?

So often when we are faced with a challenge or problem, we unknowingly begin figuring out what to do.  We look at the situation in every way possible and ultimately wind up feeling frustrated.  Each time we attempt to fix what is bothering us keeps bringing us back to the original place where we started.  […]

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Love is the Answer

Article Contributed by Jenny LaFontaine Lester says that “Love is the answer”. It took me awhile to really experience what he meant and even as I write this more is unfolding. My journey along the way may be of help to you. I did not have any idea how to love myself. I had done […]

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To Do, or Not to Do….the 90-Day Program

Article Contributed by Jenny LaFontaine So what is the big deal about the 90-day program? Why do so many people do it – and not just once, but over and over and over again? I have done 4 of the 90-day programs now. There is another one coming up starting on October 25th so I […]

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Only the Best!!!

“It won’t work!”  “It can’t work!”  “No way, no how!”   So basically what we are really holding in mind, is, “What’s the worst that can happen?”  Clearly this is not how an article should begin if it is titled Only the Best.  And yet, this is what most of us are doing, most of the […]

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