Much of your pain is the bitter potion by which the physician within you heals your sick self. –Khalil Gibran
While going through “dark nights of the soul” we care little for finding the meaning hidden within painful events we must get through.
All that we can focus on is making it through. Everything else seems a drain on our already low energy reserves.
We deal with the death of a love one and try to cope with the gaping hole they’ve left in our lives and our hearts. Read More
If you’re anything like me, you may have been raised to believe that self-love had nothing to do with success.
Paying too much attention to yourself was just plain shameful and smacked of conceit.
And, only weak individuals who needed to rely on others to take care of them “pampered” themselves. Read More
Avoid popularity if you would have peace. –Abraham Lincoln
Did you long to be popular in high school?
Wish you weren’t on the outside looking in all the time?
Try to fit in by dressing like the “cool” kids?
Does this ring a (class) bell?
You never once thought, “What is my gut telling me to do,” when you were making a decision as a teenager, right? All that mattered was fitting in so that you would feel better about yourself. Read More
This is a guest post by Jimmy Tong for Powered by Intuition.
One of the greatest personal challenges of life is to have the constant motivation in whatever things we are doing.
Starting the process of creating a life for ourselves always seems to be the easiest. Beyond that, staying motivated and committed to our goals and purpose becomes the day to day monotonous challenge for us. Read More
“He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever” – Chinese proverb
This is a guest post by Stuart Mills for Powered by Intuition.
A lot of the time, people don’t ask questions.
They don’t even ask life’s big questions – “Why am I here?” or “What’s my purpose in life?” Read More
The phrases “good energy” and “bad energy” were once considered the exclusive lingo of “new age” enthusiasts.
This is a guest post by Tisha Morris for Powered by Intuition.
Now I hear these phrases used by mainstream media, at the mall, and, well, even by my mom. Now we often refer to energy as “high” or “low,” which is scientifically more accurate.
For example, you may refer to a place as being high energy, such as Sedona or even your local holistic grocery. We often refer to certain thoughts as being high energy, such as love and gratitude. Read More
Happy Independence Day!
I love all the fireworks and gatherings on 4th of July weekend. I wonder though, do any of us ever stop to think about the genius behind this great document called The Declaration of Independence? Read More
When I first started in the financial sales business I was a pushover for my clients.
I would “give ’til it hurt” to try to find a way to please the client and make the sale.
I don’t do that anymore.
I learned that this is not a winning sales strategy. Read More
This is a guest post by Daylle Deanna Schwartz for Powered by Intuition
It’s common to hear people complain about friends or romantic partners while they stay in the relationship.
These folks tolerate unacceptable behavior to keep the peace or because they’re afraid of losing people they think they need. Or, they’re so in the habit of pleasing everyone and don’t know how to set boundaries. Read More