Wishing you and your family a wonderful New Year filled with peace, health, and happiness. Since 2017 is coming to a close, I thought I’d go through a few favorite blog posts from this past year. It’s a reminder of how we can elevate our lives through stillness and igniting our inner power. Included are the links to read the full blog posts. Namaste!
Do you have a supportive inner coach? And how do we nurture a more loving inner voice?We truly have a nurturing supporter higher self—if we pause and let the power in. Here are some of the things Anita Moorjani, Best-Selling Author of Dying to Be Me has discovered:
- Overcome the mind and shift to the heart
- Create gaps between thoughts, so the soul can hear us
- Being of service is the “Real Work.”
- Being attached to outcomes creates stress
- Trust the Universe has the best plan for you
- And focus on the states you desire and choose more happiness…
Children continue to feel stress at home and at school. Our kids deserve to be equipped with tools to help them better cope. As for parents and teachers, raising happy, healthy, well-adjusted children often feels overwhelming. Parents and educators deserve to know and practice mind-body tools, as well.
Through learning Guided Imagery and visualization, kids will develop emotional self-care to better meet challenges. Research shows children who use Guided Imagery have better focus and attention—even those children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.) They score higher in school and on tests. Imagery also has been shown in studies to help children heal quicker with less pain from surgery and chronic stomach problems…
A friend recently asked about the benefits of Guided Imagery. How does tuning into grace and ease for healthier living sound to you? Here’s the definition: Guided Imagery is a relaxation technique in which words, sounds, and music are used to evoke positive mental images, feelings, and thoughts. There are over a thousand studies confirming Guided Imagery and meditation can aid health, improve focus, reduce stress, and enhance well-being. Children also benefit from leaning into positivity.
All of us can use a little peace from daily stress and the over-active monkey-mind. That’s the chatter of thoughts, many times negative, that seem to go on endlessly…
Thanksgiving is a time to be grateful for family and friends. It’s a time to practice gratitude for the little things and bigger blessings in our lives. Here’s a gratitude meditation to practice when you want to feel more connected and in a state of grace. Gratitude raises your state of higher awareness with love.
Settle into a quiet place and get comfortable. Please close your eyes. Take a deep breath in on a count of four, hold it. Then release on a count of four and pause. Do this deep breathing a few more times to relax your mind and body…
Wishing you peace and happiness!
Vicki Atlas is a Best Mindset Coach and Certified Guided Imagery Specialist. Vicki is passionate about bringing more peace and wellbeing to children and adults. Find her at HeartTalkNow.com and CalmingCorner.com, for kids. You can connect with her on Twitter and email her at Vicki@HeartTalkNow.com