RN’s, Pharmacists, Psychologists and Nurse Educators can receive Continuing Medical Education credits for attending a seminar on The Habits of Happy People :-)
There is something validating, even empowering about having the medical community acknowledge the health benefits of positive thinking and being happy. The brochure on the left outlines the advantages to our overall well-being related to developing habits which make us HAPPY!
As a Registered Nurse turned personal coach, just seeing this brochure makes me happy. It adds credibility to my role as a teacher of the Law of Attraction. It confirms what I have known for many years, yet what many choose to debate~ that our thoughts and feelings have a profound effect on our results.
When you FEEL good, you attract good.
When you FEEL not-so-good, there are many things you can and should do to feel better.
The easiest and fastest way to improve even the worst day, is to be grateful for what you already have. Simply take a deep breath and focus on everything in your life that is awesome. If you’re really struggling, make a list; actually write those things down. You can start with your heart beating and your lungs breathing and your kidneys filtering and…. you get the idea!
What habits do you have that make you happy?
What habits can you begin to form?
I look forward to hearing your thoughts… right after I register for this seminar!
I recently listened to a really great seminar on Prosperity and the teacher said something which I thought was simply brilliant.
“If you don’t want it, don’t say it.”
We’ve all probably heard the saying “When the student is ready, the teacher appears.” How about “When the teacher is ready, the student appears”? Or more accurately, “When the teacher is ready, the student teaches.” Continue reading
I’m currently working with several people who are enjoying “The Strangest Secret,” by Earl Nightingale. Yesterday, I read a few quotes from the book and asked a client to choose one that resonates with him. He chose the following, by Ralph Waldo Emerson…
“A man is what he thinks about all day long” Continue reading
YUK. I hate salmon!
Imagine reading the menu in a fabulous restaurant. There are so many delicious things to choose from. You can have steak or chicken or lobster or pasta or the big salad or perhaps… salmon. Continue reading
In preparation for the final week of my Vortex Meditation Workshop, I was re-reading the Chapter on relationships and the following quote reminded me of how important my thinking is when I want to help someone. Abraham says: Continue reading
“The emotion you feel is always about the vibrational variance between where you want to be and where you are. If you’re out of balance, there are only two ways to bring yourself into alignment: Either raise your expectation to match your desire-or lower your desire to match your expectation.” ~Abraham Continue reading
A few days ago, I heard my first “after-the-holidays” comment of the year. It came from someone who wants to participate in my Guided Meditation Workshop. She has “been thinking about meditating for quite a while” and when she saw the program she thought “this sounds perfect!” And she is really excited to get started…in 12 weeks. Really?! Continue reading
When you wear contact lenses, you need to visit the Eye Doctor every two years, in order to refill your prescription. A few weeks ago when I inserted my last pair of contacts, I heard myself having a not-so-nice conversation in my head that sounded something like this: Continue reading
I’m happy to report I’ve just come out the other end of a website debacle that nearly got the best of me last week. I’ll spare you the details, but suffice it to say I got myself into a bit of a pickle with this blogsite. For a non-techie like me, the changes I needed to make seemed HUGE. As I look back, the actual time involved with literally “making the change” was less than 20 minutes. Less than 20 minutes of actual downloading, importing and exporting and it was done. So why was this a debacle that nearly get the best of me? Because I tortured myself mentally before I even got started. Continue reading