December 29, 2011
It’s that time of year again were people make resolutions and start out with the best intentions. However, they don’t usually last that long before the old habits creep right back, haunting you to your comfort zone. Resolutions are like goals and must be written down. They must be looked at often, preferably the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night. The resolutions you choose must get you engaged in new habits that are going to be uncomfortable for awhile but will eventually become the new norm.
Let’s make this year the best ever. Let’s raise the bar for ourselves and really reach for a higher level. Let’s resolve to live our best life; after all this is it, this is not a trial run. 2012 is the year we can manifest our hearts desires if we focus, imagine, and vow to stay on course. Happy New Year to all and here’s to your resolutions!
December 22, 2011
As I was walking my dog late yesterday afternoon I noticed a young man coming out of the train station. I immediately felt compassion for him and was watching as he navigated his surrounding with only a long stick which helped him stay on his path. I knew he had to trust in God as he walked in darkness.
As we both approached an intersection he hesitated to cross the street and proceeded to take out a sign which read, Please help me cross. I offered him my hand and assisted him across. I did this for the next intersection as well.
I wanted to take him all the way to his home but knew that I had to trust as he does every moment that God will provide exactly what you need.
Walking alone, not being able to see and trusting that God will provide the way was the lesson I received.
We are all on this journey finding our way and the more we trust in God to guide us the more we will be lead to a place of glory, grace and love.
December 14, 2011
I have traveled quite a bit in my life, however it never ceases to amaze me of the wonders, beauty and diversity of this beautiful planet earth, I just returned home from Munich Germany. I was there for only a few days but was able to squeeze in a lot in that short span. One of the days we ventured out to the border of Austria to a place called zugspitze, ( this means train point) the highest point in Germany. You have to take a trolley and than a cable car up to the top. From there you have a view of the Swiss, Italian and Bavarian Alps. It is simply breath taking.
Not only was I in awe of the grand views and majestic scenery but the feet of engineering that it took to gain access to this height of elevation. It really made me think that man has the ability to anything. Napoleon Hill said “What the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.”
What is it that you want? Focus on it, believe it and it shall be yours. Reach for your highest elevation in your own life, strive for the best and you will be richly rewarded with views from the top.
December 6, 2011
I am feeling stronger than ever. I recently started working out with a personal trainer and boy has it made all the difference in the world! I always considered myself in excellent shape and health, however I just wanted to tweak a few things on my body. After all I just turned 55 and I feel it more important than ever to be strong in mind, body and spirit. Wow, I realize just like a life coach can direct your life in a positive direction a personal trainer does the same thing for your body. Those few simple improvements have created such strength and toning than I look and feel so much better.
My energy is greater and I feel invigorated. As I said I’m in excellent shape but now I can really define by body to be in alignment with my mind and spirit. I know it is all about the micro movements, just as it is the small things we do every day to improve our life. Keeping fit is important for me since I feel so much better, so here’s to feeling strong and healthy at any age. I am stronger than I think!