Do you feel stuck?
Do you feel as if life itself doesn’t want you to live it?
Do you feel as though you probably made a contract with the devil itself?
Have you gone through some things that have left you feeling broken?
Have you tried everything to elevate your life and failed?
Then, this prayer might help. Many times when we are stuck and feel as if we are imprisoned within our very beings, we might be attached to dark energies or connected to negative karma. Prayer and supplication have been known to heal anything. And with faith, healing takes place–regardless of how long it takes.
So, I invite you to say or listen to the prayer in the video twice daily for 40 days.
Link for the video – https://youtu.be/0j4ipCDNcr4
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In the interim, I’m sending you God’s love and light
Of late, with all the negativity and confusion in our environment, it’s hard not to get overwhelmed. Between juggling work, family, and other commitments, you can become too stressed out and busy. However, we need to set time aside to unwind, or our mental and physical health can be compromised.
Learning how to manage stress takes practice, but you can, and need to.
According to an article on WebMB, below are 7 ways to make it easier.
- Keep a positive and happy attitude by focusing on what you want, and being grateful for what you have.
- Surround yourself with positive, happy people. Remember that we are the sum total of the people we hang out with the most.
- Stand up for yourself in a polite way: be assertive. This means that you speak your truth clearly without being dramatic.
- Learn and practice relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation and going into nature.
- Exercise regularly; this can include taking a walk, biking, swimming or cleaning your house.
- On a daily basis, eat healthy by including vegetables and fruits in your diet.
- Try to manage your time wisely. “What-to-do” lists are very effective in helping us manage our time and organizing our lives.
Remember that we are the masters of our lives. We are own rescues. We have to take full responsibility for our wellbeing.
March 1st, 7.00a.m – 7.00.p.m is Global Worry-free day…your time zone. A few things that you could do that include, but are not limited to: volunteering; taking a homeless person for a meal; buying shoes for a stranger who doesn’t have shoes; offering to clean out your church; compiling and singing an inspirational song about not worrying and posting it on your social network (Note: you don’t really have to be a singer to compile the song, or sing it.); visiting a children’s hospital; buying flowers and giving one to 10 random ladies of your choice; cleaning out your closet and donating to charity; paying for someone’s groceries…etc. The idea is to do whatever is positive to stay away from worrying. And this can be achieved by being grateful for what you have and searching for ways to give back.
Please post your pictures and stories on this feed to inspire others to do the same.
Love and light
“The two most powerful warriors are patience and time”
- We all have 24 hours in a day. However, it is amazing how others have been able to achieve more and others less. In this article I share 4 psychologically proven ways to help you manage your time more efficiently.
- Identify areas of your life where you are wasting time and try to reduce these. A good way to do this is to log everything you do for a week in meticulous detail and then examine your record to see how you use (or misuse) your time.
- Develop a regular work routine. Keep your work space tidy so that you can work efficiently – it’s hard to do this if things you need to find are buried under a pile of papers.
- Work to schedule so that you meet deadlines in good time; don’t leave everything until the last minute
One useful way to eliminate wasted time is to use a time log. First you need to make up a chart for the next seven days divided into half hour intervals starting at the time you get up and finishing at the time you go to bed. Write down what you did in each half hour of the day for the next seven days. Choose a typical week.
At the end of the week examine your time log and ask yourself the following questions:
- Are there any periods that I could use more productively?
- At what time of day do I do my most effective work? Some people are most alert in the morning, whilst others concentrate best during the afternoon or evening. Schedule your most important tasks for these times of day.
If you have followed the above tips, by now you should be able to identify ways in which you could manage your time more efficiently.
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Love and light
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA
Counselor, Author, Professional Speaker, Success Coach
Many times we enthusiastically plan on embarking on new ventures, or investing in new projects–only to be warned by our hearts. Our hearts always find a way to alert us of a near future, and this is done through our feelings. I have made so many mistakes in the past every time I didn’t listen to my heart.
The challenge I offer you today is to listen to your heart in every venture you embark on for the next few days. Watch your feelings as you meet people. Check in to find out how you feel whenever you are about to make a decision. If a negative feeling envelops you before you make a decision, take time to examine if the feeling is based on fear or inspiration. If you listen to your heart, you will know where the feeling is coming from.
Remember, God is always talking to us; telling us what to do, or not to do, and guiding us through that soft, but confident voice that is always whispering to us through our hearts.
Love and light.
Dr. Jacinta Mariah
Author, Speaker, Certified Success Coach / Counselor