butterfly…#quote of the day

“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly” ~Richard Bach

This quote says so much in so few words…

We could all learn a valuable lesson from this simple quote by Richard Bach.

When something we think is so terrible happens to us, instead of looking at it in a negative way, we could look for the beauty that God may have in store for us in that situation. Something that could only happen by going through whatever “bad” situation we think we’re in.


Try seeing the positive in all situations 🙂


Common Limiting Beliefs

We all get into self-deprecating and limiting beliefs about ourselves sometimes, but if we can change how we look at things and focus on the positive in our lives…. we can drastically improve our overall health in mind-body-and-spirit.

Here are some typical limiting beliefs that are amazingly common;

“No pain – no gain.”
“I need to have lots of money to be happy.”
“I can’t trust anybody.”
“You can’t get over a bad start in life.”
“I am too old to learn to use a computer.”
“I never get what I am after.”
“Other people are better than me.”
“I do not deserve to be successful.”
“I have reached my limits.”
“I need to work very hard to have enough money to live.”
“Success takes a very long time.”

These and similar beliefs are only true if you act as if they are. Suppose they are mistaken? what difference would that make?

In the process of achieving your goals, sometimes just being able to articulate any existing limiting beliefs and in turn noticing their effect is enough to alter or dissolve your old unwanted belief and therefore change and update your own reality.


Take a minute to think about and then do something positive for yourself everyday.

Positive message about worry tension, fear and pity

“I’m going to change the world and this is my plan…”

Worry is an energy that many associate with Love. But this is untrue. Worry is like saying to someone, “ Oh you poor thing. I know you are incapable of handling this problem/karma. You are not smart enough or capable enought to do it.” It devalues the person/s involved in the situation. Sending them love, faith and confidence in their ability to get through the problem adds a beautiful and positive energy to the situation.

Tension and anxiety are also very negative energies. When you hold tension or anxiety in your body you will block your spirit from being fully embodied. Spirit lives in openness and radiance and cannot enter places where tension and anxiety are held. Work on breathing deeply into your whole body and exhaling out through the pores of your skin. This will help you establish more room for your spirit and the spirits of those you are thinking about to be fully embodied.

Fear is also an inappropriate emotion to hold at this time. Fears contract your body and close it also to spirit. Holding trust and faith in the future is needed. In order to accomplish this work on the breathing like we mentioned above. Clear any beliefs connected with the fears. And don’t be afraid to feel the fear and breathe through. It is an ego issue-not a reality.

Pity is another emotional energy in yourself to heal and not let yourself believe in. When you feel pity for others (or yourself) you tend to breathe in an imploding manner and take on the energy of those you feel sorry for. This adds to the dilemma by adding you as another victim to the problem. However, compassion with detachment is the positive energy to learn to replace pity with. When you feel compassion with detachment it is a very loving and caring emotion. You will radiate it instead of imploding as with pity. The Buddhist have a lot of teachings about compassion with detachment which can contribute to the healing of the problem instead of adding to it.

So if you are feeling worry, tension, fear or pity treat these energies like an issue to be cleared. And learn to replace them with Love, Faith, Confidence, Trust, deep breathing, and compassion with detachment  adding to the healing and well-being as you do

~Many thanks to Ten Nebula for great words!


“I release any tensions, worries, fears, or feelings of pity for myself or others. I am replacing them with love, faith, trust, confidence, and compassion helping to create a balanced and healed self, country, home, (or said person), etc. “