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How Depression Serves Us.

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How Depression Serves Us.
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What a gift!  Explore this idea of whether or not depression is your soul desperately trying to get your attention.

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Blog | Claim it, Live it

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Transformational Concepts, Personal Growth & Coaching Tools. Are you ready to challenge your thinking, to look at different perceptions, and to be inspired by life experiences? Ready to start LOVING your life?
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Your Thoughts Do Not Create Your Reality, Stupid.

Your Thoughts Do Not Create Your Reality, Stupid. | Personal Growth | Scoop.it
All you need is The Secret, and you too can think your way into a bigger bank balance, a nicer car, a bigger house and a better partner. Utter crap.
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I was a little taken back at first glance but after reading this post I was in love with it!  The distinction that she makes between your internal and external reality in this article is right on!  It supports everything that I intuitively was already doing while working with my clients.  

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Lesa Townsend's comment, October 30, 2013 3:24 PM
This article is right on the money! We can't control what happens to us, but we can ALWAYS and without fail control how we react to what happens to us. Recently, a client was upset that she wasn't included in an event that I hosted. Her reaction to being excluded was based not on the reality -- that her message didn't fit our market -- but on her internal interpretation that it was a personal slight. Well, how she handled this "slight," has guaranteed that she won't be invited to the next event. In other words, she reacted as if it was true that she was slighted and created a future reality for herself in which she will be excluded based on her personality, not her message. This is a negative example, but it could go in the other way as well. Choose to take the high road when something happens -- someone hurts you or wrongs you -- and you may be changing circumstances around you that make it less likely that event will happen in the future.
Amanda Bresee's comment, October 30, 2013 3:27 PM
Great example Lesa! Thanks for adding. ;)
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Choose to Change you - GoChangeLife

Choose to Change you - GoChangeLife | Personal Growth | Scoop.it
Everyday you wake up you should say things to yourself in the mirror. Tell yourself how amazing, wonderful, smart, and good looking you are. Tell […]
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I love this!  It seems simple and maybe silly to some.  But, think about all the things that people say to themselves, that are painful, defeating, shameful, and mean.  The things that they expect of themselves, the beleifs that keep them living small and unfulfilled. By simply implementing this tool each day it can create big change in the lives of many. 

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