As we are approaching the new year, the anxiety of becoming a new person kicks in. We self-reflect over the past year, and assume the pressure of somehow, miraculously, becoming a new person overnight.
I don’t believe in temporary, instant change. These types of changes usually don’t last as they are impulsive. Instead, I challenge you to change your life, and lifestyle habits step-by-step. I ask you to be easy on yourself. Slow down on judgment against yourself and the world around you. I ask you to understand that life happens, and things happen – not to you, but for you. Every challenge conquered is a lesson learned. Everything happens in your life just the way it should. Relief the stress and anxiety attached to your expectations of yourself and the plan you have for your life. Just be. Learn to love and accept yourself just the way that you are.
That would be a good New Year resolution: Acceptance of YOU just the way you are, just the way you were. And an open mind and heart for wha...
The holidays are a great time to connect with loved ones, and enjoy your family, although it can also be a stressful and an emotional time, depending on whether your loved ones are around to celebrate with you or not, and also on the quantity of food you consume.
Keeping the holiday season cheerful yet realistic is key.
Lower your expectations…and stress level
We often build up expectations around the holiday that are supposed to match up with our childhood memories. Remove expectations from loved ones to attend, from gifts to be received, or given and just focus on what you have in your life – even if it’s not physically, tangibly around you or in your hands. Allow yourself to enjoy your time off from work and focus on relaxing at home. Regardless of attendance, visits and gift giving expectations.
Leave Self-reflection to next year
This is the time of year where we self-reflect and think about the past year. All the dreams, goals, expectations we had of ourselves were either achieved, or...
Addiction comes in many shapes and forms. Even when it seems like we are pursuing healthy habits, we often get carried away into a lifestyle of addiction - Even when it’s to health.
Here are 5 areas where you might have an addiction to health:
My personal addiction is for water consumption. I can’t leave the house without a large bottle of water. I realized it when Rolf challenged me one time to leave the house without it and it was very hard for me to do. My fear is to run out of hydration.
It was confirmed to me by Dr. Valerie Hunt, with whom I had a sit down past life (life recession) review. She shared that in one of my past lives I was the wife of an African leader who apparently sent me out to the desert after I became more powerful than him. My influence over the tribe made him do that.
I died of dehydration.
I cannot prove that this is true, but I know that the fear is always hidden in me. I drink a lot of water, in a very large and open glass so water keeps flowin...
I had a proud mommy moment this month as we released my son Randy’s first music production. Randy has been the topic of my stories around ONDAMED as I discovered the healing potential of ONDAMED through him. Remember, I used it to dissolve a 1cm thrombus on his heart valve when he was 5 and he proved to be unresponsive to Coumadin treatment. His response to ONDAMED enabled him to avoid an already scheduled open cardiac surgery. Randy’s healing was my inspiration to bring this transformational technology and its personalized method to millions of people around the world. This work truly is a mission of the heart.
Randy, now 20 has grown to be a very emotionally connected man, and found his creativity and soulful passion in music. His debut single DIARY from his up and coming EP Lockedown can be found here.
As I enjoy his music, and connect all the dots to our efforts to bring healing, I was looking into the subject of Music Therapy and the healing powers in music and found this interestin...