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5 Keys To Forgiveness

The keys to forgiveness is a powerful process that will give you greater understanding of yourself. It will also free more of your energy and access to your power. But forgiveness of deep wounds shouldn’t be done lightly; otherwise, you’re just covering up the hurt. Wounds caused by what loved ones, friends, colleagues and employers […]

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Be Who You Were Meant To Be Part Two

Read Part One of “Be Who You Were Meant to Be” 4. Fear of the ego. So many people fear that their ego will get too big if they think well of themselves. Oddly enough, the ego is already involved if we’re trying to play small. We’re too worried about how we appear to others. […]

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Be Who You Were Meant To Be Part One

When I was in the twelfth grade, my English teacher asked us to raise our hands if we liked ourselves. No one dared to because we knew we’d be harassed by our classmates for thinking too highly of ourselves. When no one responded, she then berated us by saying, “That just shows that you have […]

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Mental Habits can Create a Mental Prison

Do you want more prosperity, a better relationship, more creativity, more harmony, a better job, better health? That longing is the Universe’s way of impelling you to expand and grow, to experience more freedom. So why haven’t you achieved it? Your old thought patterns, beliefs, ideas, and mental habits restrict what you’ve accepted thus far. […]

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Manifest Your Desires By Taking Action

Have you selected your specific desire, done your mental work and affirming, let go of the concern that it’ll manifest, but it still hasn’t shown up? If you want to manifest your desires, it may be time for you to do some groundwork. What physical action have you taken in the direction of your desire? […]

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The Art of Forgiving Yourself

I’ve noticed that many times we can forgive others before we forgive ourselves. We hold ourselves more accountable than we do others. I remember going through a bad time and asking myself “How could I have attracted this?” It’s fine to take responsibility for our part in someone cheating us, leaving us, or hurting us. […]

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What Is Your Motivation For Change?

When a client comes into my office wanting to make a change, one of my jobs is to find out what’s motivating them. Is their motivation for change stronger than their attachment to what they’re currently experiencing? For instance, I’ll have smokers come to me and say, “I really want to want to quit smoking.” […]

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Is Consistency the Hobgoblin of Little Minds?

Ed. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds…” Linda-Ann shares the importance of being consciously consistent. Staying consciously consistent with your principles and with your positive daily affirmations isn’t a simple proposition. It’s so much easier to just fall back into the old programming or to react without thought. […]

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When It’s Time to Move On

Have you ever stayed in a relationship, a job, a friendship, or a residence too long, hoping that things would improve? I have done all of the above. Many times, though, the situation never improves and actually gets worse. Someone once said, “Life leaves clues.” Life drops hints that you’ve learned as much in that […]

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You Always Have a Choice

Every moment of every day, you are making choices, from the moment of awakening to the time you go to bed at night. Your strongest thought determines what you’ll do at any given time, whether it’s conscious or habitual. In the morning, do you get up when the alarm buzzes or hit the snooze button? […]

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