Author Archives: LaShae

Make Your Inner Critic an Ally in a Life You Love?

Make Your Inner Critic an Ally in a Life You Love?

Is it even possible? Is there some Imagine Method Mojo™ to make this happen? Everyone talks about overcoming the critical voice or silencing the critical voice, yet what if that sh!##^ little voice in our head is important for something? I mean if you’ve viewed your critical voice as the enemy keeping you away from… Continue Reading

A Loving Little Reminder to YOU!

A Loving Little Reminder to YOU!

Hello Dearest You, I hope this letter finds you well, happy, going after your dreams and loving being exactly YOU. If none or only one or two of those things apply, this, just heard from Barbara Sher may help. That whole worthiness thing has just got to be forgotten. Are youworthy? Who cares, that’s got nothing to do with… Continue Reading

Have You Experienced This Side of Joy?

Have You Experienced This Side of Joy?

What the heck is joy anyway? How do you define the feeling of it? These are some of the words the thesaurus lists as synonyms for joy. delight, triumph, jubilation, exultation, happiness, gladness, glee, exhilaration, exuberance, elation, euphoria, bliss, ecstasy, rapture, enjoyment, thrill Oh yes those words are appropriate for joy when you’re on the… Continue Reading

Hearing The Quiet Inner Voice

Hearing The Quiet Inner Voice

How often has a thought, a word, or a person popped into your head out of nowhere and you ignored it and later regretted ignoring it? That’s your intuition. It always has your best interest at heart, when you learn to listen and clear out the chaos of day-to-day living.

I know because my own intuition started screaming at me and it likely kept me safe. What is your intuition telling you? Continue Reading

Getting Relief From Your Relationship With Fear

Getting Relief From Your Relationship With Fear

Sometimes it’s so easy to stay stuck and believe that what is, is always going to be, because change can be hard. Change brings fear and fear, as nature intended it to do helps keep us safe by creating fight, flight or freeze responses. While you don’t want your fear to go away completely, staying… Continue Reading

Depression Tells You Lies

Depression Tells You Lies

Depression is a liar. If you suffer from depression, you already know this. You forget it often enough, though, and have to be reminded. When I forget, I somehow always find my way to see The Bloggess. This category of posts actually, aptly called depression lies. There is always something new or old and seen… Continue Reading

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