As the world continues to evolve at such a rapid pace, you may find yourself searching for ways to resolve all fears and limiting thoughts, as a craving for peace and simplicity rises to the surface. Join Julie Dittmar in Finding Inner Peace Through the Joy of Chocolate as she decodes and unlocks hidden life lessons and powerful spiritual teachings while using metaphors, such as chocolate, as an extraordinary way of finding true and lasting inner peace during these times of global transformation and ascension. Lessons are filled with potent life wisdom (based on the teachings of Matt Kahn), simple exercises, and relaxing guided meditations so you may directly experience inner peace and emotional freedom. Lessons and meditations act like a squeegee for your mind, and provide healing frequencies for your body. It’s a welcomed break for the overstimulated nervous system, and a chance to receive the balance, rest, and renewal your heart longs for at its core.
After having several successful careers, a marriage of fifty-one years, four children, and eight grandchildren, people ask how I’ve done it all. With hindsight, I see that I’ve always had these five guiding principles in the back of my mind. 1. When opportunity knocks, answer. Take every opportunity that comes your way, even if you don’t have a clue how to do the task. You’ll either figure out how to do it, or you’ll fail and pick yourself up and move on. Either way you will have learned something. Remember, you don’t learn to play tennis without hitting the ball… Read more.
I’ve learned that I regret not so much the choices that I make, but the choices that I don’t; not so much the things that I’ve done, but the things I haven’t done. Not so much “mistakes” made, for there are truly no mistakes, only opportunities not explored. And there is the seed of growth and development in each of these. I’ve learned to allow myself to become, more and more, the witness and the witnessed, the seer and the seen, the observer and the observed. And I’ve learned to do this with a minimum of judgment. Although not with… Read more.
Our greatest untapped resource in living a wonderful life is the unlimited possibility created through connection – within our body, brain and being AND between other brains and minds. There is so much to know about how to build and grow connections within ourselves and with others. The best way to achieve this is to have a guide – an experienced coach and mentor.
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Someone once told me that our life experiences teach us how to behave. But I believe our life experiences give us the opportunity to strengthen our true character.
What inspires me is knowing anything is possible and that I am always being blessed with opportunities for growth, awareness and transformation. It is when we have an attitude of gratitude that we see the most beautiful vision of what life can really look like. You can make today and everyday the best day of your life by just beginning to think thoughts that are positive and empowering. Our natural state is one of excellence. We all have a calling in our hearts that is unique and special to who we are. The gift we bring to the planet has… Read more.
Mistakes are opportunities for inspiration.
You are the connection between possibility and expression. You are the miracle, the means through which thoughts and intentions are transformed into things and experiences. By your living of it you make life happen. With your love you make life beautiful. In your every urge is great power. For you can act and achieve and fulfill, and give meaning to every moment. Give generously of yourself, never holding back, never being afraid that you’re not good enough. Within you is goodness itself, along with the desire to express and to spread that goodness in your own special way. Listen to… Read more.
The situations that are put in front of you – they aren’t tests, they’re opportunities.
from Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date by Absolute Love Publishing
Circumstances don’t define you. You define your circumstances.
Life’s challenges are much easier when you see them as opportunities to learn courage, gratitude, humility and obedience to the Will of God… whatever you call God. As we master these basic soul qualities the challenges just magically disappear.
The difficult days we experience can become the driving force for change. Rather than becoming victimized by adversity, we can choose to be grateful for it, embracing it as a gift from the Divine.
The only way to get what you want is to risk being uncomfortable. The greater your gratitude for discomfort, the greater the opportunity.
Do you use your talents, knowledge and passion to inspire and help others? Begin with gratitude. Reinvent yourself. Everyone can find their passion and do what they want to do. Whether it’s helping someone, inspiring people or making a difference in the lives of others, you can do it. Be grateful for what you have. Not for the material things, but the lessons learned in life, the adversity that made you grow stronger, and the continual falls that brought you to the road of success. I always dreamt of how I could make a difference but didn’t quite get it… Read more.
Everything is an opportunity. No matter what is in your life right now, it is a doorway to your freedom.
Now is another chance to start again, to forgive, to love, to dance and to smile.
I recently came across a headline that read “Americans Hate Their Jobs.” And at one time, I was one of them. And because of that, every time I give a talk on the importance of purpose in our life and work, I always talk about engagement, or better yet, the lack of engagement in the workplace today. Did you know that approximately 70% of employees are disengaged in their jobs? Nearly 20% poison the workplace. And this results in $550 billion annually in lost productivity. In other words, employers would be better off paying these people to stay home. The… Read more.