8 TIPS FOR MANIFESTING YOUR DREAMS*

8 TIPS FOR MANIFESTING YOUR DREAMS*

If there is one “trend” doing the rounds on social media, it’s that of manifestation. It’s a universal law that operates at every level for every person, always. Some people call it the Law of Attraction, with the main idea that you attract what you want for your life. People manifest things in their lives that they wish to with the power of positive thinking and clear thought. The more they think positively, the more positive things they will attract. Negative thoughts cause a negative outcome. Thoughts are energy, and the idea is that they project energy and attract it. You can manifest things in all areas of life, and it’s not just about money or material gain. Have you ever heard of manifestation? Read on for 8 tips for manifesting your dreams. VISUALISE IT. Some people manifest good relationships; others focus on getting homeowner loans from Evolution Money to ensure that they get the home they want. The point is that you can manifest anything you want if you have the right focus and you learn how to do it. The good news is that no matter what you want in your life, you need these eight excellent tips… View Post
Four Things I’ve Learned From Practicing Meditation

Four Things I’ve Learned From Practicing Meditation

I have been told for more than half of my life that I should try meditating. I would always respond with, “I can’t meditate!” or “It’s physically impossible for me to stop thinking for a second, let alone five to ten minutes!” And many other iterations of the same sentiment. Back in September, I hit rock bottom with my anxiety and depression and decided that for once I would try something I had never (sincerely) done before. I started meditating five months ago (and this is what happened). Premeditated Erin Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by your own mind. via GIPHY I have struggled with GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) as far back as I can remember. To be real, since as young as five years old, where I felt what I would later call, ‘panic attacks’. My Montessori school referred to my behaviour as a ‘tantrum’, but it was severe overwhelm and fears that my child-mind could not communicate properly. Naturally, the child panic manifested into teenage anxiety and depression, which led to multiple eating disorders and a host of other bad habits throughout my 20’s and (most of my) 30’s. The problem was always my… View Post