Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D. is Live talking about Bright Line Eating. Now available here: [ Link ]
What beauty have you noticed around you today? - Louise Hay
Today I will practice healthy giving, understanding that caretaking and compulsive giving don’t work. I choose what I want to give, to whom, when, and how much. It takes time to learn how to give in healthy ways. It takes time to learn to receive. Balance will come.
- Melody Beattie
Clear all your worries and fears of the past. - Kyle Gray
You build your state of health every day through your thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. Your cells believe every word you say! - Dr. Christiane Northrup
How To Choose Words That Will Change Your Life
The Best Affirmations To Inspire And Motivate by Psychic Medium John Holland

Words have the power to inspire, heal, and transform.

When using affirmations, always remember they’re meant to be used and affirmed in the present tense, in the here and now. For example, they should not be used like this: “I will have a good relationship someday.” By...
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By Louise Hay
If you would only change your consciousness, your thinking, to allow the abundance of the Universe to flow through your experience, you could have all the things you think the lottery could bring you. And you’d be able to keep them, for they would be yours by right of consciousness. Affirming, declaring, deserving, and allowing are the steps to demonstrating riches far greater that you could...
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Michael Neill is LIVE and talking about why you can do nothing and change everything! Learn more with his FREE video series here: [ Link ]
An affirmation for guidance by Louise Hay
By Abraham-Hicks
What brings you joy? - Louise Hay
As I celebrate and support the financial success of others, I open my life to even more good. - Cheryl Richardson
Nancy Levin giving us the scoop on the upcoming Writer's Workshops April 8-9 in Las Vegas. Sign up here: [ Link ]
I flow with an attitude of serendipity through all kinds of experiences. There are endless ways of doing things. If I have done a great deal of work, I rejoice. If I have done very little work, I rejoice. If I have done nothing at all, I still rejoice. Whatever I do is perfect in the moment. There is really nothing that I "have to do." There are things that might be best to do; however, I...
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By Louise Hay
By Iyanla Vanzant