CREATING POSITIVE LIFE OUTCOMES WITH ENERGY

Dear Human,

Life is and always will be what we make it. It’s about creating meaning from our everyday living.

We know that we cannot go back in time and change anything that has happened to us or through us. But do we remember that we can change how we allow our previous life experiences to impact our mind and our present life outcomes?

There is a super power that all humans possess. It’s the capability to choose to use yesterday to make today more meaningful.

Let us not allow the pain of our past to weigh us down. Let us remember the tremendous force within us. Changing the direction of our intention and attention can literally change our lives; for where our energy flows is exactly where our everything grows.

Love,
Sheri

 

IMG_2315Sheri S Bessi is a professional therapist specializing in the field of identity and mindfulness counseling. She promotes holistic health and well-being through her private practice, her Facebook pages Facebook.com/theothersideofugly and Facebook.com/humankindisone and her blog. She is also a core blogger for The Wellness Universe (www.thhewellnessuniverse.com) where she is listed under Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being. To discover if she can be of assistance to you, please click the services tab above.

About Dear Human

Specializing in Transformation and Mindful Living | Counselor and Coach | Creator of Dear Human and The Other Side of Ugly
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3 Responses to CREATING POSITIVE LIFE OUTCOMES WITH ENERGY

  1. It takes time and patience because those demons from the past always try to sneak into the present.

  2. Nomzi Kumalo says:

    Such a thought provoking blog. You are welcome to visit my blog when you get the chance to. 🙂

  3. sfarnell says:

    This concept that your life is what you make it is so simple and yet hard to learn and accept and even harder to put into action. I think the way we’re conditioned when we’re growing up has a lot to do with it.
    I’ve go the the stage where I accept this, but the courage to put it into action is somewhat lacking. Oh well… Rome wasn’t built in a day 🙂

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