Archive for the 'Intuition' Category

Empaths: Do Some People’s Childhoods Set Them Up To Be Empaths?

Monday, December 15th, 2014

While all human beings have a physical body, that doesn’t mean that they experience life in the same way. If one was to think about why this is, they might focus on how we are born into different environments and how these environments can be the defining factor.

However, without even going into the factors that might explain why everyone sees life differently, there are also differences when it comes to what is taking place within someone. Just because one has a physical body, it doesn’t mean that they have the same level of empathy as someone else.

The Impact of Saying Thank You

Monday, November 17th, 2014

How often do you go out of your way to thank someone?

or is it a rote “thanks”? Is it delivered sincerely, or are you just going through the motions?

Do you actually recognize when you should thank people? Do you really appreciate the things that people do for you?

Do you know the power of a heartfelt thank you? Do you remember how it feels when someone really appreciates you?

“We must find time to thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” John F Kennedy

What Is Holding You Back?

Monday, September 8th, 2014

While you cannot seem to put your finger on it, life has not been the same as long as you can recall. Failed endeavours and mounting pressures have left you with waned enthusiasm to make things happen. A loss of motivation and an uneasy feeling of being ‘stuck’ and stagnant often fuels your thoughts.

What could be leading you to feel this way? Why do we experience episodes of unrest? What could it be calling us to be attentive to?

There are a number of reasons why you might be feeling this way. Rather than skirt around the edges, let’s leap straight into the article as I outline aspects of life that may demand your attention.

Your Challenges Are Your Lessons

Monday, September 1st, 2014

David and Goliath

Goliath challenged King (Saul) of Israel to single combat with one of his finest warriors. Many were terrified of Goliath owing to his enormous stature, standing at six foot nine. Many of the King’s soldiers were opposed to engaging him in combat fearing for their lives.

David, a young teenager, offered to fight Goliath believing he could overcome the gargantuan warrior. The king hastily refused believing he was no match for Goliath, but ultimately conceded due to pressure. And so David confronted Goliath with the most meagre of weapons: a slingshot and a few rocks.