Playdreaming is great. We do it all the time. We imagine, we daydream, we visualize. We play out ideas and storylines with our minds and our imaginations. And this imagination power that we have plays a great role in the mechanics of creating our own reality. Visualization This is the first major tool in creating the life we choose. We use our imaginations to create … Continue reading The Happiness Project: Imagine
The whole universe is made up of energy, and you are a vibrating magnet. We live in an attraction-based world, and we create and pull toward us everything that we experience in our lives from the nature of our thoughts, emotions and words. We are responsible for everything that happens in life, and once we know how it works, we can ride that wave and … Continue reading The Happiness Project: Attract
Emotional decluttering is the process of letting go of toxic influences, negative mindset and self-destructive thoughts to bring emotional well-being. HealYourLiving.com Emotional decluttering allows you to cultivate happiness and joy by embracing your authentic self. You face both the negativity and positivity, practice unconditional love, and learn how to forgive others and yourself. However, the process of decluttering entails to release and let go of … Continue reading The beauty of emotional decluttering
Have you ever felt so out of place that you wanted to avoid people and just stay within the comforts of your four-walled room?
Have you ever felt so dejected that all you ever wanted was to lie down, be away from all the noise and just be by yourself?
Have you ever felt so tired that you wanted to throw away everything and give up?
If you have been beaten by stress, anxiety, loneliness, depression and worries, you are not alone. Continue reading Just in case you forgot, you are not alone
You need to let go of the good for the great. Joe 1. Thank you for saying “no” to all the times you wanted to say “yes”. Thank yourself for knowing what’s best and walking away from the things that broke you, is breaking you or will break you. Give yourself credit for being brave. Brave enough to chin up instead of to hang your … Continue reading 21 things to thank yourself for before 2021 ends
Imagine waking up to this: Your phone is buzzing early in the morning. Families and friends have left hundreds of missed calls and text messages. You have no idea what’s with all the attention you’re getting. Your Facebook’s a mess. You Twitter has lagged. Your Instagram has been reported. All this just because of one mistake. Or one misunderstood post. One comment out of complex … Continue reading A Quick Thought on Trial by Social Media
Reflect. Ask yourself what you want. Not what’s easier, not what’s more convenient — but what you really want. Decide on what’s going to make you the happiest on your long-term, and not on what’s going to make you comfortable on your short-term. Ask yourself what you want and not what others want. Families and friends — the people around you can easily influence what … Continue reading What to do when you don’t know what to do
It took me quite some time to decide whether I should put up my very own blog or not. On one hand, I wasn’t ready for the world to have a tour inside my head. And on the other hand, I kind of wanted people to know what’s inside my head. The 50-50, the pros and cons, the worries and excitement — deciding was overwhelming. … Continue reading Blogging 101: The Pros and Cons
You fell out of love, because? One doesn’t wake up in the morning and say, “Oh my gosh. I don’t love him/her anymore.” If that ain’t lame, then it’s just weak and pathetic. But why do many people use this excuse to break up with someone? Maybe because it’s easy to say, it’s brief — it sums up everything. Like the fling you started with … Continue reading Why “I fell out of love” is the lamest excuse
Many regrets stem from being tongue-tied. Having no confidence at all, being stuck in fear — just not making a move on anything. But is living in the bubble of “what ifs” going to give you an answer? Continue reading What if you told them how you felt?
When your heart’s broken, you can’t sleep. Your mind’s filled with haze, with questions, with fear. And even if you fall asleep, you’ll find yourself waking up at three in the morning just because your heart’s too heavy and you can’t breathe. You then beat yourself up for being unworthy, for being not enough, for being ugly, and for being replaceable. When your heart’s broken, … Continue reading If your heart’s been broken, I hope you love again