Don’t Allow Fear to Stop You


“What you fear the most will come to you.” This proverb is found originally in the Bible (Jeremiah 42) and has been rehashed over and over throughout the years by sages, Wisemen, authors, and motivational speakers. Fear and worry are driving factors in many people’s lives. Both are a misuse of the imagination. Imagination and thoughts are power. The truth of the matter isn’t that just what you fear the most will come to you… It’s that whatever you focus on - good or bad will have a tendency to manifest in your life. The beauty is that once you understand this you realize that you are in … [Read more...]

Don’t Just Deal with Stress – Eliminate it!


In a world filled with alarm clocks, rush hour traffic, deadlines that must be met, bills to pay and mouths to feed - multitasking, sleep deprivation and stress have become the norm. Everyone has “one of those days” once in a while. But when stress invades and takes over your world becoming a way of life something needs to change. The human body was not meant to operate on coffee and adrenaline on a daily basis. This type of fast pace high-pressure lifestyle takes its toll on your health, your emotional and spiritual well-being as well as your relationships. What is stress? – Stress is any … [Read more...]

5 Methods of Coping with Stress


It has been said that happiness is not the absence of problems, it’s the ability to deal with them. Stress is unavoidable in daily life, but we do have a choice of how we handle and react to stressors. Having a plan before life goes haywire can help us stay on course. Here are a few tips to help you keep your cool.   Stay at cause rather than being at effect. You have no control over issues that arise, what you do have control over is how you react. No matter how chaotic of a situation you are in, take a deep breath and step back for 30 seconds’ minimum. There is no rule that says … [Read more...]

Flower Power – Healing through Nature with Bach Flower Remedies


Though it is not known exactly when the use of tinctures in natural medicine began, Bach Flower remedies have been around since the 1930’s. Dr. Edward Bach, a British Physician is responsible for their creation. Bach Flower Remedies consist of a collection of 38 different tinctures made by extracting the essence of a plants or flowers by using an alcohol based solution. The 38 tinctures were specially created to match and counteract the 38 negative states of mind. These resulting liquids are very powerful and concentrated. Each plant has been found to have their own specific medicinal uses … [Read more...]