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Spiritual Attitudes

How to Awaken Spiritually

As the new year is upon us, many people are making resolutions for personal growth and seeking a better quality of life. Now is a great time to focus yourself on what really matters the most, an authentic understanding and expression of your inner truth and spirituality.  Simply put, walking your path to awaken spiritually.

Maybe you have resolutions related to losing weight, career ambitions or being more charitable. Whatever your goals, if you heighten your spiritual awareness it will positively impact...


Spiritual Attitudes

Turn Your Emotions Into Power

Your emotions can be a source of power, but only if you embrace them instead of pretending they don't exist.  Across the world and generations, women have been told that our emotions make us weak and vulnerable. Men are often seen as less masculine if they demonstrate an emotional response. These cultural stereotypes are cages that keep women and men locked up inside of themselves afraid to truly express what they feel because of how society will react. In turn, we see people exploding or having emotional break downs because they tried to cage their heart for so long. Yet, for those who control their emotions without ignoring them and understand how to wield them effectively and when to let them flow, emotions can be turned into power. Your emotions can be like your own personal fuel source. Your spirituality and your emotions are very connected, often for those who seek higher levels of spirituality they find their emotions become stronger.


Spiritual Attitudes

4 Inspirational Psychological Quotes

Inspirational quotes are all over blogs, walls and computer desktops. They offer us insight and new perspectives on our current situations or struggles we are enduring. Here are a few of my favorite  quotes from Mental Health Professionals , God willing they can inspire you...


Spiritual Attitudes

Learning How to Trust Again

We have all been hurt and experienced pain at some point in our lives. That pain compromises our trust and can transform our perspective on life. It is natural psychologically to defend ourselves when we feel vulnerability would be dangerous, but trust is as much a blessing for our own mental health as it is a gift for those we chose to trust. When trauma or pain takes away our ability to trust others, this means it is continually hurting us and depriving us of deep, meaningful bonds. Our spiritual heart-felt side cannot thrive if we keep ourselves walled up. While we must be careful with whom we decide to open up with, it is not healthy to withdraw trust from everyone. Every relationship whether intimate, professional or family based requires a certain level of trust.