Secondary emotions.

Anger is a secondary emotion, the underlying issues could be, fear, sadness, or any other vulnerable feelings we are attempting to cover up.Prolonged anger, brings with it other issues, such a hate. For us to move forward, raise our levels of energy and vibration, along with our level of consciousness, we must let them all …

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Holding on to anger.

Holding on to anger, will only hurt us, it’ll also, go a long way in helping us destroy our lives. How we act because of our anger, will likely, be affecting others around us, in a way we don’t realise.Levels of stress…anxiety and our insecurities rise, we are unable to eat properly, or sleep, eventually …

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Nepotism.

We shouldn’t be blamed, for the parents we have, or what they’ve achieved in life. Any parent that’s done well for themselves, would normally want to help their children, give them a start in life. Bringing them into the business they might own, or, setting them up in a business of their own. Offering guidance …

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Becoming aware of our thoughts.

We all have the ability to become aware of our thoughts, and stop, simply reacting to them. Instead we can learn to disregard them, or make a decision based upon them. Believing we are actively making all the decisions, as opposed to the conditioned program we are running, leads to unwanted outcomes in life. Where …

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Unlearning what we have learned.

To create sustainable change, we must unlearn, what we have learned. We have spent many years, developing a personality and learning, we’ve been conditioned to fit in. Our upbringing and experiences, can sometimes mould us into a person, we ourselves, do not like, or love. We suffer with anger, insecurities, anxiety, depression, and are generally …

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The benefit of good habits

Healthy habits are important if we desire a fulfilling life, we tend to fall into bad habits, rarely changing them and wonder why our lives have stagnated. Why we aren’t the person, we thought we should be…We become angry, blaming, or judging others, for why our lives aren’t working out the way we’d like. Anxiety, …

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