How to Attract Good Energy.

One of the lessons I appreciate every day, from becoming a Reiki Master is the awareness towards energy; I have developed while I’m teaching yoga.

Our minds, bodies and spirits are composed of energy, which vibrates out and is felt by others. Those vibrations resonate within us and impact our own energy stores.

As we move through our day, we are sending energy into the world and we receive energy back.

High frequency energy can boost our feelings of well-being, dissolve feelings of anxiety and improve communication.

Low frequency energy results in feelings of discord, conflict and resentment.

Although is challenging not to be exposed to low frequency energy…

Our goal should be to attract good energy and repel the bad.

It is not complicated to raise our energy level and aligning yourself with positive vibrations.

Allow yourself to consider the following 9 daily tips to tune up your inner vibrations and start feeling positive energy flow your way.

1. Cultivate gratitude.

You can practice gratitude each morning by thinking of 5 things you’re grateful for. Then think of at least one person you’re grateful to have in your life.

Consider keeping a gratitud journal, where you can quickly jot down a list of little joys and things that give you a sense of happiness and contentment. Remind yourself of all the bad you have been through. When you see how far you’ve come and all of the difficult storms you have weathered, it will make you more appreciative of what you have in your life now.

2. Align your current self with your future self.

Things you spend time, energy and money on will impact you far beyond today. If you want to have positive energy flowing through you, you need to start making decisions that will steer you to become the kind of person you want to be, with the job and relationships you want to have.

Ask yourself these questions:

What do you most desire in the world?

What goals and dreams are you working toward?

Now imagine what this life you want feels like.

Who are you in this ideal future? What are you doing?

Start to align your current self with the future self you want to become.

As you start taking steps toward creating the reality you wish for, you’ll feel motivated to take control of more parts of your life.

The more actions you take toward the positive, the more you create your own favorable reality.

3. Act in good faith.

We all know that we should treat each other with fairness.

Treat others with the same respect and consideration, that you would like to be treated.

Unfortunately, we don’t always follow through with these principles when we interact with each other on a personal or even professional level.

4. Embrace compassion and kindness.

Research shows that people who are kind and compassionate to others are more satisfied with their lives, enjoy better physical and mental health, and have stronger relationships.

Giving to others creates a positive feedback loop — the more you give, the more good feelings will be received in return.

Nonetheless, be careful not to give more than what you receive in order to keep an even energy flow.

5. Find your inner strength.

Insecurity, self-doubt and fear are good-energy killers. Those negative feelings rob you of confidence and undermine your ability to bounce back from adversity. Embracing inner child meditations, in order to identify intermittent patterns of behaviors, or the search for behavioral help, supports detachment from unresolved childhood issues.

When you have developed resilience by overcoming difficult situations; inner strength grows.

6. Change the tone of your thoughts.

Negative thinking can be hard to stop. It’s easy to allow yourself to slip into pessimism or take on an air of indifference. But if you want to attract good things, you must let the positive guide you, not the negative.

Think before speaking. Once you speak your thoughts become decrees.

7. Pay attention to the energy you’re emitting.

Negative energy is bound to impact your relationships. It may be subtle, but the attitude you approach others with will generally be reflected back at you. What kind of impression do you make on people?

If you naturally seem to draw others in and people seek out your company, chances are you’re doing a good job of emitting positive energy. If people avoid you and sidestep your assistance, you’re stuck at a lower, negative, vibration. Focus your energy on the positive.

You can’t expect to attract good energy if you’re giving off loads of negative energy. Think about the kind of vibes others get when they spend time with you. Do you exude a sense of peace, calm and happiness? Or are you more gloom and doom?

8. Cut off negative influences.

Negative vibes can disrupt your sense of well-being and drain you of happy feelings and contentedness. These negative influences can be people, places or things that have an unfavorable sway over your life. It may be that there are people in your life who are toxic to your overall happiness.

Cut off these negative influences and begin creating the life you want to live. Look for the negative influences in your life.

You may be able to completely avoid or remove some of them, which is a surefire way of eliminating that influence.

For those that are a permanent fixture, work to limit your exposure to them and mentally fortify yourself before you encounter them.

9. Expand your circle.

Surround yourself with positive, successful go-getters who are supportive and caring. Keep company with those who bring positive energy with them, and make sure you nurture and protect those relationships.

The same way you try to limit your negative influences, make sure you start spending time with positive ones.

Bring your own good energy into your circle and help create a positive synergy that will permeate the group.

Lastly, the universe manages to align you with people, things, situations that match your vibration. The higher you are vibrating, the more you will see things that are beneficial to your wellbeing, manifest in your reality.


Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Retired Veteran and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

Closing the Circle…..

It is always necessary to know when a stage of life is over. If you insist on staying in it beyond the necessary time, you lose the joy and the meaning of the rest.

Closing circles, or closing doors, or closing chapters, whatever you want to call it. The important thing is to be able to close them, and let go of moments of life that are closing.

Was a goal accomplished?

Is a relationship over?

Did you retire from a job?

Do you no longer live in that house? Do you need to evolve or reinvent yourself?

You can spend a lot of your present time wallowing in the whys, in continuing to review the movie, trying to understand why this or that fact happened. The wear and tear is already going to be infinite, because in life, you and I, your friend, your children, your siblings, all of us are heading towards closing chapters, turning the page, ending with stages, or with moments of life and move on.

We cannot focus our energy towards a goal or manage to evolve towards better relationships; as long as we persist in staying on the same frequency, because it is the one that makes us feel most comfortable. . We can not be in the present longing for the past. Not even asking ourselves why this or that event happened.

The erosion will be infinite because in life we are all on our way to closing chapters, or we rescue what has potential for resilience, starting from scratch or we let go of it, allowing ourselves to let it go in order to move forward.

Last but not least;

One of the hardest lessons in life is letting go. Whether it be guilt, anger, love, loss or betrayal. Change is never easy. We fight to hold on, we fight to let go. When we allow ourselves to let go, we accept change, making room for the new.

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Retired Veteran and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

“No One Has Ever Become Poor By Giving.”

Hey there beautiful Souls, I so much love this quote from Ann Frank, a former survivor from the Holocaust and writer.

I discovered her during my high school years; back then I read her diary.

Hence, being that shared and based throughout scientific research that there is predisposition into our DNA towards resilience; if you allow yourself to reflect regards how the ubiquity of hardships across history and across cultures and societies has taught us that helping others is, in fact, helping ourselves—in a way, paying it forward. I would have no doubts that your motivation to act on daily basis with more kindness, solidarity and love would increase.

It is an energy that elevates frequency collectively.

However, in order to help others you need to help yourself first, otherwise you will not be able to boost your energy frequency high enough to help others, without becoming vulnerable to lose yourself or relapse into any type of adversity.

Always remember that the final stage of any healing process is becoming able to use what happens to you to help other people.

As well, is important to maintain into perspective that helping others without keeping track or any personal agenda, represents our higher selves manifestation, instead of our ego acting or even reacting throughout the shadows from our subconscious. If you would like to learn a little more about our vulnerability towards this behavior, follow this link The Shadow Into The Psychic House.

Returning to our main subject, helping others might or have been the best defense against hardships people had for a very long time in human history, and it might still be the best available defense against misfortunes people have today in societies where formal social insurance institutions are sparse or do not exist.

Even within prosperous societies, generosity may lead to improved health and psychological well-being.

Last but not least;

“You have two hands, one to help yourself and the other to help others.”

Namaste

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Retired Veteran; Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

Unfading Flowers.

Happiness comes not from what goes on
outside of you but rather in how you perceive life
from the inside.

We all have different journeys, different paths along the way. We all are meant to learn some things. We might be meant to leave from certain places, but we might be meant to stay.

I have learned throughout my yoga teachers trainings that we are Divine beings living a human experience with a free will, which makes us vulnerable to miss the mark along our journey.

We are not here to make judgements about ourselves or others. We are here to grow and evolve into a better version of ourselves. Hence, let us keep in mind that mistakes are the most valuable teachers which bring us lessons we can use for life.

Whenever something doesn’t turn out as expected or simply doesn’t resonate with your frequency,
ask yourself:

What can I learn from this?

Write this new knowledge down.
Apply it to make your life better.
A better life from a beautiful mistake.

The healthy tendency to focus on and emphasize
positive experiences and file them away for frequent recall while allowing ourselves to dim and let go of memories of distressing times is one of the major components of a resilient and happy life.

Last but not least;

“You can’t get to courage without walking through vulnerability” -Brené Brown

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

Meditate In The Silent Temple Of Your Heart.

As we witness the Universal Omnipresent force in All, (our God Self or I Am presence) we connect to the Divine Power of Grace.

As we embody the Will, the Capacity to receive this gift, our finite minds open to greater possibilities, once lost in our limitless awareness. We behold our Infinite Self.

Divine Grace, the sweet surrender that transforms, and inspires humanity to live a virtuous life. Becoming the Light that remains illuminated as we continue our path.

The resurrection of our Eternal Divinity, our Christ Consciousness resides in each of us. Our perfect expression of God. as the human mind acknowledges the Divine within, he awakens his Soul.

Paramahansa Yogananda, (author of The Yoga Of Jesus: Understanding the Hidden Teachings of the Gospels) said “To commune daily with the Divine in deep meditation, to carry His love and guidance with you into all your activities, is the way that leads to permanent Peace and Happiness.”

I exhort you to separate at least 10 minutes daily to connect to the Divine Power of Grace through meditation.

First, sit down into a comfortable crossed legged position. Along your spine, and melt your shoulder blades towards your tailbone.

Second, bring your attention to your breath. Soften your face. Bring your tongue towards the roof of your mouth (behind your front teeth). Begin inhaling through your nose (keeping your mouth closed) and when you exhale, allow yourself to let go (without judgement) of any turbulence within your mind, that doesn’t allow you to be present and in harmony with this inner self connection and exploration moment.

Third, while keeping your eyes closed ask your self the following questions:

Who Am I?

If you don’t know the answer, it’s alright. Remember no judgement. You may help yourself with a journal and write down, your answers.

What do I want? Are my thoughts and actions aligned congruently?

Remember be compassionate with yourself, simply take note regards how can I become happier and live in congruency.

How can I better serve while I am living this life? What is my purpose here?

What is my source of gratitude? Keep in mind that gratitude is a magnet for miracles.

After ending this meditation exercise, release everything, close your eyes again and breathe slowly during three minutes.

When you feel ready come back to your space.

I encourage to practice this short meditation during 21 days and you will feel and see the difference as well as your perspective towards others.

Last but not least;


“He who conquers himself conquers much.” Jesus

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

Align your thoughts with your Actions…

Happy Week

A sign from the Universe
L iberates intention
I ntention determines outcome
G enerates coherence
N ew energy enters your life
M oves you forward
E xcellent way to attract happiness
N ourishes your Soul
T ry not to resist it and flow with it

We are Divine beings living the human experience…

Alignment is about finding the feeling inside of the things that we want and then deliberating the choice to create those feelings.

If we align our intentions from a source of gratitude, we will attract more positive things into our lives and vibrate into a higher frequency throughout releasing and elevating our Divinity.

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

DIVINE TIMING…

Everything that happens in life is perfectly aligned by a divine force, once you start believing in that higher power you realize that control is an illusion.

This doesn’t mean that you don’t take any action and just sit on your couch all day long, it simply means you accept life as it is with receptivity and faith as a source to believe in yourself. It means to fully engage into your potential to evolve into a better version.

You don’t try to force things to happen. You don’t flow against the current of the river, you allow yourself to release any resistance all the way from your cells tissue and your mind.

You start living life effortlessly mindfully, in other terms with awareness of each moment because you realize that everything is connected.

There may be some things that may feel really bad right now, but in the future you realize those bad times made you a strong person. So trust the divine timing of life, nothing is a coincidence in this Universe. Keep in mind that everything is aligned and connected.

Our body generates enough electricity to fuel an IPhone in 70 hours. https://wp.me/P7G3QF-xL

Everything we do is controlled and facilitated by electrical signals running through our bodies.

Think about how would our brain communicate with a skeleton of 206 bones and more than 600 muscles if it wouldn’t be the outcome of positive or negative charges of electricity that had been produced across our membranes when atoms switch charges.

In other words energy is our main Life Force. Hence is throughout our energy that we become able to connect to this divine and universal force, which descends to us and allow us to align with it in a vortex flow. However in order to experience that we must raise our frequency and vibration.

How to raise your vibration in order to align yourself with the vortex:

1. Gratitude:

Being grateful for what you already have surfaces your vibration and opens you up to receive more.

2. Meditate:

Meditating is a great way to ground yourself and feel connected to the Universe.

3. Affirmations:

Positive affirmations are very powerful because they release you from negativity, fear, worry, and anxiety. When these affirmations are repeated over and over again, they begin to take charge of your thoughts, slowly changing your pattern of thinking and ultimately changing your life.

There are some you could such as these ones below as an example

I am calm and peace.

I am in the vortex or the source.

I trust that I am loved and supported.

Every cell in my body vibrates with joy.

4. Connect with nature:

Go outside and connect with nature. It is a great way to ground yourself and feel connected to the Universe.

5. Self care:

Taking care of yourself is and essential way to raise your vibration. Go through physical health assessments at least once a year. Put on your face mask as long as required during this global pandemic period. Read a good book or simply do what feels good and makes you happy without jeopardizing yourself and others.

6. Visualize:

Close your eyes and see what you want to manifest. Visualize your dream life or goal . Imagine every aspect of your desire and see yourself with it.

7. Drink water:

Water helps you cleanse you from toxins and impurities that could be weighing down your vibration. Water raises your vibration from the inside out.

8. Journal:

This is a great way to clear and organize the mind. Journaling will raise your vibration by releasing worries onto the paper by freeing them from your mind.

Last but not least;

“You are only vibrations away from what you want” (Abraham Hicks)

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

How to improve your “Emotional Intelligence.”

Emotional intelligence is our capability to recognize our own emotions and those of others. This encourages the development of discernment between different feelings so we can label them appropriately. If we become able to structure our emotional information it will guide our thinking and behavior, towards easier transition into different type of environments facilitating us to achieve our goals.

While emotions are associated with bodily reactions that are activated through neurotransmitters and hormones released by the brain, feelings are the conscious experience of emotional reactions.

Feelings are sparked by emotions and shaped by personal experiences, beliefs, memories, and thoughts linked to that particular emotion.

Strictly speaking, a feeling is the side product of your brain perceiving an emotion and assigning a certain meaning to it.

In summary the difference between emotions and feelings are as described bellow…

Emotions are neuro-physiological reactions unleashed by an external or internal stimulus (emotions are physical). This explains why not being able to decompress trapped emotions as response to environmental stress can erode our cells tissue eventually creating physical and mental struggles.

Feelings are a self-perception of specific emotions, being a  subjective expression of emotions (feelings are mental).

Here are some tips to improve your emotional intelligence:

1. Reflect on your emotions.

2. Assertive communication, but still respectful.

3. Ask for others perspectives.

4. Accept criticism. Ask what you can learn rather than resist.

5. Press the “Pause” button. Allow your attention to your breath, press your tongue towards the roof of your mouth (behind the front teeth) inhale deeply through your nose and when you exhale allow yourself to let go of any resistant feelings that clouds your critical thinking (the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment) process.

6. Practice maintaining your positive attitude regardless of others.

7. Respond rather than reacting to conflict. (Review tip #5).

8. Practice self awareness. Keeping attention into the present moments protects from triggers rooted from unrelated past experiences that might unconsciously boost behavior projections.

9. Explore and understand the “why.”

10. Empathize, Empathize, Empathize.

11. Be observant.

12. Hunt for the good stuff (make inventory of each emotion, looking forward to find something good or a lesson out of each life’s event).

Example:

If a job interview was suddenly cancelled and rescheduled, focus your energy thinking that the Universe is giving you more time to prepare or that it could be heavenly protection from driving on the road that specific day.

13. Allow yourself to embrace yoga. The practice of yoga helps achieve a balance within the internal and external environment, thereby seeking to attain mental, spiritual and physical well-being.

14. Practice always. If you practice at least *21 days how to improve your emotional intelligence you will see the difference making it part of your daily routine.

Last but not least;

” See thru the eyes of compassion. Listen with ears of tolerance. Speak with the language of love.” -Rumi

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; RYT-200 hrs; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

* Scientific research has shown that 21 is the required amount of days to develop cellular memory in order to create a good habit.

Learning to Hunt For the Good Stuff.

I barely share negative experiences not because of denial of them, I do acknowledge their existence but just because as a person with strong resilience training and developed skills in addition to energy healing & holistic trainings, I’m not an encourager of nurturing the victim archetype through my work.

Nonetheless since gratitude is my subject today, I will share the reason based on a personal experience.

Last night on my way home another driver asleep or drunk (who never stopped the march) was driving on the opposite lane (against the traffic) with the car’s light turned off. After realizing what I had in front of me I tried to pull over my vehicle to the right side but I lost control of my vehicle in the event that to that side of the road there was only slope soil.

I was so scared when felt the right side tires on the air with the attempt of turning my Jeep upside down, indeed I felt about to rollover. With the uncertainty of what was next, I closed my eyes asking God for help.

I thought (from the bottom of my heart) that it would be too hard to get out of this adversity test without physical damage, because a car is material stuff at the end of the road.

Within the darkness around the scene I started to see a blinding light out of nowhere which gave me the strength to get it together with an incredible courage in order to take control of the situation so when I was about to rollover, a supreme force suddenly stopped my Jeep placing back both tires on the ground (and away from the slope soil, I found myself with the vehicle still in march).

I was able to push the brake literally in frozen mode and after calming down because I felt like getting off the car & run away from it…
I started back the engine and kept my way back home (safely).

Incredibly the only damage my car received (so far) was at the left front wheel with some scratches. Which is something replaceable.

Last but not least;

I felt something on the rug around my feet and when looking downwards was the religious scapular of Archangel Michael, Don Roberto (a member of the Sacred Sacrament adoration group) had given me just 24 hours prior to this event at the Chapel where I celebrate mass, and which I posted (practicing gratitud) in my facebook page during Thursday evening.

Here is the only simple damage received to my vehicle.

Now how to make this a Grateful Day

First:

Be grateful for your life, because when you woke up not everyone made it this far.

Gratitude should not be just a reaction to getting what you want, but an all the time gratitude, the kind where you notice the little things and where you constantly look for the good, even in unpleasant situations.

Second:

Start bringing gratitude to your experiences, instead of waiting for a positive experience in order to feel grateful.

For example:

I wake up everyday in gratitude to God for another day of life and without covid-19, so what I explained above deepens my gratitude, but humbly I suggest not to wait for something bad to happen in your life in order to be grateful.

Third:

Hunt for the good stuff:

This is a resilience skill in which you notice everyday positive experiences or discover something positive through a set back or problem.

Reflect on the positive experiences to think more about and savor the experience.

Journaling exercise to hunt for the good stuff:

Journal to record minimum 3 good things a day…

An objective Example:

  1. Waking up alive is a gift
  2. Having food to eat everyday
  3. Having a source of income to pay your bills and survive

After that, write a reflection of at least one sentence about one or more of the following topics:

A subjective example:

a) Why this good thing happened to me?

In my case because if the good wouldn’t happened to me; I could have been killed or kill someone, which thankfully did not happen.

b) What this good thing means to you?

In my case I felt (and faith here is important) a supreme Divine force taking control of the situation, remember I had asked God for help desperately.

c) What you can do tomorrow to enable more of this good thing?

In my case to avoid during the night that route, which I took to avoid a bunch of stopping lights but is not as illuminated and safe than another route that would take me home.

What way you or others contributed to this good thing?

In my case, I prayed and it evidentially gave good results.

Have a grateful day

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

The Night Before Christmas.

Greetings Beautiful Soul.

Take this gift from a Christmas Star.

A diamond shines no brighter than that lovely Christmas star.

It shines in all its brilliance its seen from near or far.

A symbol of the Christ child as he lays upon the hay.

It tells to all the waiting world a King was born that day.

See Bethlehem star shining like the chamber of your heart, free of pain full of faith, hope, love and new beginnings on your path.

Let us keep our thoughts forever turning to the savior and the light within our heart.

I hope you a beautiful day and wonderful Christmas Eve. With Love

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

When the tough gets going…

Life is a gift, but we need to make the best out of it and when the tough gets going the strong will work harder to meet the challenge.

Remember if you already survive your challenging delivery and arrival experience the day you were born, then look at yourself in the mirror and repeat “I am resilient.” In other words that you are born with the gift of facing life’s chances and adversities with its required surviving skills.

Decision making is the process of making choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions.

TIPS FOR MAKING DECISIONS

• Never make a decision when you are emotionally charged whether happy or sad.

Never make a decision when you are hungry.

Take at least 24 hours to make any big decision.

Never agree to something when you are not sure if it’s the right thing for you.

Do not allow yourself to be pressured into a decision.

Never make a decision based only on one factor.

Last but not least;

“Life is a ten percent what happens to us and ninety percent of how we respond to it.” -Charles Swindoll

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

How to hear during silence.

“The quieter you become, the more you can hear.” -Ram Dass

What was meditation and Buddhist guru Ram Dass really implying?

The general goal of mindfulness and self-discovery is to quiet the endless parade of thoughts that march through our minds almost incessantly.

Self-discovery is extremely important when there is lack of grounding due to several events that during our lives, we have to face and react unexpectedly.

Also self-discovery provides support to develop resilience skills in order to deal with emotional trauma (when applicable) sometimes caused during childhood. Unfortunately it remains in the subconscious until another trauma or stressful routine triggers the mind and hence its resistance to deal with it.

Most of our errant thoughts are rooted in the past and future – thoughts of fear, fantasy, frustration, envy and regret.

Rarely are we completely rooted in the present moment. So when we learn how to control a phantom mind, through at least 15 minutes daily doing meditation, there will be multiple benefits that extend from the crown of our head all the way to our feet.

We connect with our breath and learn how to use it as a resource to pace the mind. People have gotten used to constantly talking, listening to television or music, or making noise in other ways. Creating noise just for the sake of noise will never let us understand the beauty of silence or appreciate the world around us.

Take 2 minutes and do nothing but listen, without talking or having any background noise, and you may be amazed at what you hear.

The sound of birds singing, insects buzzing, and all of the other noises that are going on are often overlooked because they are not clearly heard.

If you go into nature and you are silent you will find that nature can be quite noisy in a natural and appealing way.

The importance of silence is also a factor in relationships, because if you are always talking then you are not hearing what your partner is saying.

It is better to be silent and practice situational awareness, only speaking when this is necessary, so that you can truly hear what others are trying to tell you. Instead of standing in front of the person talking and instead of being present the mind is wondering somewhere else.

Last but not least;

“Meditate and let the light of the heart engulf you “ -G.C

Author:
Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; RYT-200 hrs; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

How to be mentally strong.

In order to be mentally strong people, we need to recognize our tendency to develop certain patterns of self-sabotage thinking and behavior due to a belief” programming” we absorb from those around us during past experiences.

If this mental state stimulates unwanted anxiety and hurt (depending on the circumstances) we need to start doing something about it.

If we recognize that these old patterns of behavior are not working for us in our present we have the power to stop them from causing more harm than good.

Also accept that if we keep doing what we are always doing we will not be able to let go and move on towards a better state of positive thinking.

Below are some recommendations to improve mental strength:

• Don’t fear alone time.

• Don’t dwell on the past.

• Don’t feel the world owes you.

• Don’t expect immediate results.

• Don’t fear taking calculated risks.

• Don’t give up after the first failure.

• Don’t shy away from responsibilities.

• Don’t worry about pleasing everyone.

• Don’t resent on other people’s success.

• Don’t let others influence emotions

• Don’t waste time feeling sorry for yourself.

• Don’t waste energy on things you can’t control.

Last but not least;

“Your mind is a powerful weapon if you fill it with positive thoughts, your life will start to change in a positive way.”

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; RYT-200 hrs; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.

Spread Your Wings And Fly – SEMPERLEE YOGA

Until you spread your wings, you’ll have no idea how far you can fly. When the stormy winds of life threaten to knock you down, may you have the courage to spread your wings and fly! No bird can fly without opening its wings, and no one can love without exposing their hearts. You’ve to…
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Spread Your Wings And Fly

Until you spread your wings, you’ll have no idea how far you can fly. When the stormy winds of life threaten to knock you down, may you have the courage to spread your wings and fly!

No bird can fly without opening its wings, and no one can love without exposing their hearts.

You’ve to spread your wings if you really want to fly. Take risks, try new things, go places you haven’t gone, be willing to not know, be okay with making mistakes.

Death and love are the two wings that bear the good man to heaven. Jump, and you will find out how to unfold your wings as you fall.

No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings. Imagine what will happen to a child who’s not provided the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.

How to let go of what weighs you down?

Begin by learning to control your breath. Allowing yourself that awareness will provide you better physiological responses of relaxation in the midst of challenges.

Begin to meditate “To the mind that is still, the whole universe surrender.”

Embrace mindfulness, keeping yourself at the present will decrease unnecessary worries about what will happen tomorrow.

Embrace into the practice of yoga, it will help you to let go and release from mental and physical blockages that creates a sensation of carrying the world on your shoulders.

Becoming able to master both skills, is to surrender and winning at the same time. Because once you control the turbulence of you thoughts, you are able to let go anything that weighs you down. Hence you will go further than you could ever dreamed possible.

God will only push you off a cliff if He’s going to give you wings to fly.

Spread your wings of love, and let your mind fly to a distant land where love is the air of life.

Last but not least;

It was pride that changed angels into devils, it is humility that makes men as angels.

Namaste

Author:

Glenda Lee Santos; Humble Military and Yoga Warrior; Criminal Justice, BA; RYT-200 hrs; Holistic Practitioner with Foundation in Yoga and Ayurveda; Reiki Master; Spirit Guide Coach; Master Resilience Trainer.