Think about it! Thursdays: How can you turn negative energy into positive energy? Think about it! The amount of energy put into doubt and fear is overall wasted energy. Redirect that energy. Build your confidence and fortify your courage! #4theHealinginYou
Think About It! Thursdays: Why should you deal with your hurts and pains instead of carrying on as if nothing is bothering you? Think about it. The saying goes the more you try to hide and deny your feelings, the more your feelings will show and grow. Trying to bury your pain is a delay, growing negativity, and is not a step towards healing. #showandgrowpositivity
Think About It! Thursdays: Did you know that it only takes one? One of what, you ask? One bad habit for one good habit. Our habits are in our thinking and in our action, each influencing the other. Focusing on ridding yourself of one bad habit and in turn developing one good habit, could have a profound impact on your life. Remember, even the smallest effort can create the greatest of change. What bad habit will you begin to break today? What good habit will you work to develop? Think about it!
Here are some suggestions for helping you in breaking bad habits and developing good habits:
“Write the vision and make it plain…” Habakkuk 2:2 When we write things down, we make it real for us. So write down your goals. Envision yourself reaching them.
Focus on one habit at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself.
Learn to walk before you try to run. In other words, start with small steps.
Be consistent. Remember habits are formed through repetition. Stay the course.
Think About It! Thursdays: Spring Cleaning in the Winter? Our friends at Your Beautiful Mind, Inc. are on to something. De-clutter, De-clutter, De-clutter! We agree. Clutter creates chaos, not only in your home but also in your mind! Think about it! Spring is a season of revitalization, of brighter days, nature’s refresher if you will. If you made it a point to “spring “clean” the negative thoughts and pessimistic views from your mind, especially in your winter season, you are bound to see things clearer, feel revitalized, and experience being personally, emotionally refreshed. #SpringCleanforBetterMentalHea
Think About It! Thursdays: Today we wish to share something from Bloggers Mark and Angel Marc and Angel Hack Life - Practical Tips for Productive Living
It is in line with our Wednesday’s Wellness Word about being more patient with yourself and is exactly what we wish for you to think about today.
“Being a ‘work in progress’ is a great state to be in. Stop berating yourself for being a work in progress. Start embracing it! Because being a work in progress doesn’t mean you’re not good enough today; it means you want a better tomorrow, and you wish to love yourself completely, so you can live your life fully. It means you’re determined to heal your heart, expand your mind and cultivate the gifts you know you’re meant to share. May we all be works in progress forever, and celebrate the fact that we are!”
Think About It! Thursdays: Life is a balance beam and you are the gymnast. Think about it. To master the balance beam, it takes core strength, focus, determination, and BALANCE. The same is true for you as you navigate life.
Core strength - Know who you are, your values, your inner strengths, what you stand for.
Focus and Determination - Desire, aspire, inspire, and be steadfast in your walk. Be...not easily distracted or deterred.
Balance - At the very root of the balance beam of Life is the ability to find your balance – mind, body, and spirit. If any part of your life is overwhelmed, your equilibrium is negatively affected and you are bound to topple if not addressed.
So think about what it will take for you to earn the gold medal in the balance beam of your life. Strive to be the Gabby Douglas of Life’s Olympics. We're rooting for you! #4theHealinginYou
Think About It! Thursdays: Giving thanks changes circumstance. Think about it! There is power in our thoughts. If we focus on being thankful we shift gears; our spirits are lifted and we are inspired as we see even the smallest of blessings and anticipate the blessings we have yet to discover. We challenge you to Give Thanks not only today but grow to Give Thanks throughout the year! #4theHealinginYou
Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.
- Melody Beattie
Think About It! Thursdays: Do you know your worth?
Think About It! Thursdays: You may not be where you want to be but rejoice in the fact that you’re not where you use to be and you look nothing like where you've been! Think about it! You have come so far in your personal journey. You don’t talk the way you use to talk. You don’t walk the way you use to walk. Yes, you still have a ways to go, but we pray that in all your understanding you learn to celebrate the little things, enjoy the special moments, discover your happiness and joy, and embrace your blessed destiny.
Think About It! Thursdays: Are you running someone else’s race? Think about it. People can become so engulfed in the who, what, when, where, why, and how of someone else’s life that they end up tripping and falling short of their finish line. Chase after YOUR OWN dreams and focus on YOUR race. When you have reached your destination, your finish line banner will read: (Enter Your Name Here) Has Arrived.
Think About It! Thursdays: When you refill your cup you may lose view ice chips. Think about it. When you think about a refill, often times you find that what was once there is no longer. What was once there has served its purpose and now it has diminished to allow room for bigger, better, greater. This also rings true for the people you allow in your life. Not everyone will move into the next season with you. Be aware of your environment. Evaluate those in your circle and determine if they are pouring positivity into your life or devastatingly draining from your life. Your refill will require bold moves.
“Become wise by walking with the wise; hang out with fools and watch your life fall to pieces” Proverbs 13:20
Think About It! Thursdays: This month is National Mentoring Month and today is I AM A MENTOR DAY! Think about how you could serve as a mentor to a child. So many children could benefit from having a mentor in their life. Seeking a mentor for your child does not mean that you don’t care to spend time with. It shows you care so much about them that you want to provide all the opportunities possible f...or them to flourish.
This is what the National Mentorship Partnership has to say:
A mentor's main purpose is to help a young person define individual goals and find ways to achieve them. Since the expectations of each child will vary, the mentor's job is to encourage the development of a flexible relationship that responds to both the mentor's and the young person's needs.
By sharing fun activities and exposing a youth to new experiences, a mentor encourages positive choices, promotes high self-esteem, supports academic achievement, and introduces the young person to new ideas.
A mentor may help a young person:
• Plan a project for school;
• Set career goals and start taking steps to realize them;
• Make healthy choices about day-to-day life, from food
to exercise and beyond; and
• Think through a problem at home or school.
If you wish to join us in our efforts for youth affected by trauma and or crisis, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know a young girl ages 8-17 affected by trauma and or crisis who might benefit from having a mentor in her life, contact us at email@example.com.
Think About It! Thursdays: Are you modest or humble? Think about it. Here are some words from Dr. Maya Angelou:
"I don't think modesty is a very good virtue, if it is a virtue at all. A modest person will drop the modesty in a minute. You see, it's a learned affectation. But humility comes from inside out. Humility says there was someone before me, someone found the path, someone made the road bef...ore me, and I have the responsibility of making the road for someone who is yet to come. Dr. King was really humble so that he was accessible to everybody. The smallest child could come up to him, the most powerful person could come up to him, he never changed. If somebody very rich and very powerful said, "Dr. King, I want to speak to you," he was the same person to that person as he would be to one of you who is 16, 17, if you would say, "Dr. King..." He was still accessible, gentle, powerful, humble."
Think About It! Thursdays: Patricia Ambroise, Makeup Artist Extraordinaire’, recently posted the following, “Who wants to invest in me? I’m a great product”. What an awesome affirmation! Think about it! We’re not accountants, but we understand the basic idea behind being a good investment. Any good investment will result in a good rate of return. Invest daily in yourself and you are sure to cause a exponential growth in every area of your life. Remember, you are your greatest asset. By investing in yourself, you also attract others who are also willing to invest in you. We encourage you today to invest in yourself and maximize your personal power. You are indeed a great product! #4theHealinginYou