Reading Time: 4 minutes By: Janette Dalgliesh – Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. to…
law of attraction
Reading Time: 8 minutes In short – spend the next couple of days immersed in self-love and a review of old habits to do with identity, your emotional wellbeing, your relationships, your thoughts. Activate loads of self-compassion, and allow whatever time you can for resting and reflecting.
Reading Time: 2 minutes We’ve all been there … a situation that seems unsolvable or hopeless. Something that makes us feel like we’ll never get where want to be.
Maybe it’s a tough financial spot we can’t see our way out of. Or a business venture that isn’t coming together. Perhaps a relationship challenge.
Whatever desire we might feel despondent about, the solution begins with finding just a couple of better feeling thoughts.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Trying to be some version of someone else will water down your magic. Trying to emulate someone else’s success will keep your own dreams at arm’s length. You are made of mystery under your own constellation of stardust. Every single thing about you is unique. Morphing yourself into a lesser version of you to fit in someone else’s box is disconnects you from miracles that should be your second nature.
Worship the things that make you different. Feed your wildest dreams. Create some righteous chaos. Do it on your terms.
Reading Time: 3 minutes It’s the day-in day-out thoughts that form the basis for the lives we create.
One I Am statement repeated once a day can’t override hundreds of counter-thoughts throughout the day, no matter how powerful it is.
It’s worth making sure your most common thoughts aren’t holding up your manifesting party, because I suspect I’m not the only one who has a combination of well-crafted affirmations along with knee-jerk thoughts that contradict my instruction for the good life.
This is your invitation to get clear on what your top affirmations really are and replace anything that deserves an upgrade.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Bruce Lipton, a biologist, and researcher, is a pioneering voice challenging the dogma of ‘genetic determinism’ – which has been accepted as truth for more than 50 years. Lipton was a firm believer in this dogma himself, and in fact, even taught it in University until a fateful experiment he performed in the late 1960s changed his entire worldview.
You can learn about the details of his experiment in his groundbreaking book The Biology of Belief or in one of his many YouTube videos, but the results that threw him for a loop revealed that—contrary to what he and almost all other scientists believed at the time—cells mutated and changed in response to their environment. In other words, their fate was not predetermined by the genes they carried.