You Can Change Your Life

Balance, grace, inner peace, loving kindness, contentment, forgiveness, decision making, owning responsibility, pursuing interests, manifesting dreams and creative growth are all attainable, essential parts of life that you deserve. Heal past wounds by rewriting your story; be present in your life, reclaim your personal power in the here and now. Learn techniques to turn negative thinking around and consciously choose better thoughts and improved outcomes for your life. Learn the infinite nature of possibility and how to tap into your Soul wisdom or Divine Intelligence for solutions to all problems.

Karen Garrison


A few wise words about fear

Fear knocked at the door, faith answered – and no one was there!

I am not sure who originally said this, I have heard it many times, I think of it as a proverb. Today I heard Alan Cohen say it. If you are not familiar with him, check him out, He has written many inspired books and has scores of YouTubes online.

Fear is the liar.

Our critical voice is the liar.

F.e.a.r. – False evidence appearing real!

From: Iyanla Vanzant

“If you trust yourself enough to know you can feel bad and recover, you will do just that. If you remember to laugh in the bad times knowing that some good must come out of them, you will see the good. You must remember that you have the strength, courage, power, and divine right to change the course of your life to any direction you choose.”

From Weakening To Strengthening!

The following is from a Wayne Dyer blog post – More about how to heal our bodies and how to guide ourselves TO the more healing, positive thoughts that contribute to actual physical changes in the cells, tissue and chemicals in our bodies. It’s easy and important reading!  ~ Karen

“When you shift from a thought that’s a very low energy vibration to one of a higher frequency, you go from weak to strong. When your thought is on blaming others, you’re weakened. But when you shift to loving and trusting others, you become strong. Your thoughts come with an accompanying energy, so you might as well shift to those that empower you. Once you realize that what you think about is the source of your experience of reality, then you’ll begin to pay more attention to what you’re thinking in any given moment.

Many years ago, in a tremendously popular audio program called The Strangest Secret, Earl Nightingale taught many of us that we become what we think about all day long. Your thoughts determine whether you’re being empowered or weakened—whether you’re happy or sad, successful or not. Everything is a thought that you carry around with you. Happy thoughts create happy molecules. Your health is determined largely by the thoughts you have. Passionately think that you won’t get a cold, and your body will react to your thoughts. Refuse to entertain thoughts of fatigue, jet lag, or headaches, and your body responds to your thoughts.

Your mind tells your body to produce the drugs it needs to keep you healthy. Give someone a sugar pill and convince them that it’s an anti-arthritic drug, and that person’s body will react to the placebo with the increased production of anti-arthritic energies. The mind is a powerful tool in creating health. It also creates divine relationships, abundance, harmony in business—and even parking places! If your thoughts are focused on what you want to attract in your life, and you maintain that thought with the passion of an absolute intention, you’ll eventually act upon that intention, because the ancestor to every single action is a thought.

The most empowering thoughts you can have are those of peace, joy, love, acceptance, and willingness. These thoughts don’t create a counter-force. Powerful, joyful, loving thoughts stem from your willingness to allow the world to be as it is. Then you’re in a state of inner bliss where serenity replaces fighting, reverence for all of life substitutes for craving and anxiety, and understanding supplants scorn. You become an optimist. Rather than seeing the glass as half empty, it’s always half full.

All of this is nothing more than a conscious decision on your part to be in charge of your thinking. Be aware at any given moment in your life that you always have a choice about the thoughts you allow in your mind. No one else can put a thought there. Regardless of the circumstances you find yourself in, it is your choice. Choose to replace disempowering, weakening thoughts with thoughts of a higher spiritual frequency.

Don’t convince yourself that it can’t be done or it’s easier said than done. Your mind is yours to control. You are the creator and selector of your thoughts. You can change them at will. It is your God-given inheritance; your corner of freedom that no one can take away. No one can have control of your thoughts without your consent. So choose to avoid thoughts that weaken you, and you will know true wisdom. It is your choice! ”   Wayne Dyer

Expect Wellness and Health Instead of Illness

I always love this excerpt. It resonates. I see and hear people who easily, readily EXPECT illness, believe in its inevitability and dread it — much more than engaging with hope and  expecting wellness. Remind yourself, there is power in how we focus our thoughts, feelings and expectations.
Think wellness and health!


Abraham Hicks on The Medical Profession:

Not long ago, even during some of your life experiences, the medical profession was predominantly based upon those who sincerely believed in wellness, and whose dominant thought was toward wellness. And so when you interacted with them, it was toward a very powerful feeling of becoming well. From our observation, that has almost swung completely. Illness is now the game that is most thought about; illness brings dollars, dollars bring power.

And so there is very little health care; it is more illness care. There is very little wellness center, it is almost all sickness center. The names may be one or the other, but the emphasis is toward that. So much so that your society as a whole believes much more in illness than in wellness; the expectation of illness is many, many times greater than the expectation of wellness.

And so, we do not see technology as making the difference because attention to lack just perpetuates more lack. And so more technology is created, but the lack keeps outrunning it. Have you noticed that as soon as you discover a cure to one deadly disease, another deadly disease pops up? It is because the mass consciousness is much more focused toward illness than wellness. So it is not a technological improvement that is in your offing, it is a spiritual understanding, a coming into balance with self, a personal healing sort of thing.

It is not illness that kills you, it is attention to it, because it is your thought about something. Now, that’s hard for those who have something wrong to hear from us, because they say, If I did not have this treatment, it would get worse, and we say as long as your belief in the treatment is toward wellness, you will have wellness. Just do not let them convince you that anything is deadly, because nothing is except your belief about it.

~ Abraham-Hicks, Omaha, Sept. 28, 1991.