Surviving Hard Work Environments

By Melanie: I recently heard a random statistic on the radio the other day and it really got me to thinking. It was something like, “65% of Americans are unhappy and unsatisfied in their current career/job”. Is this accurate? I have no idea! What I can say is that there are two major categories I read more…

Being Fierce In Who You Are

By Anntionet: Many times, no matter how strong one is and no matter how much a warrior they consider themselves, there are times of weakness in one’s life. Yet we forget that not all weaknesses are actually weak. In using our strengths with compassion, understanding and love and in forgiving ourselves for our weaknesses, we read more…

Can I Forgive?

By Anastasia: Why can’t I just forgive myself and move on? Why are they holding forgiveness from me? My loved one has passed away. I wish we had cleared the air. Is there any hope?  When we hold pain or resentment in the mental constructs of our mind the energetic flow of “dis-ease” will begin read more…

Fighting For Success

By Francis: A lot of people every day are looking to better themselves, be it through work, love, fitness goals, health issues or family matters. Sometimes people come for a reading and they ask a lot about their jobs and career and I see those who work so hard and receive rewards for it. Some read more…

Depression And You

By Ann: Let me begin by saying that depression is something you do not understand unless you have walked in another person’s shoes and experienced depression where you have experienced panic attacks. Anxiety is always thinking of negative thoughts and fearful of the life you live. A client came to see me and she has read more…

After Forgiveness, What?

By Patricia: Forgiveness is an important part of life. Without forgiveness, we would live a life of bitterness, either unforgiven for something we did long ago, or wallowing in our anger about something someone did to us. There are many articles on this site about forgiveness, including the one I posted in July 2019, so read more…

Success Or Failure

By Patricia: Everyone has heard the phrase “Snatching victory out of the jaws of defeat”. It is the process of being on the losing side up until the last minute, and making the winning point, making the winning speech, doing the winning action and getting the win when everyone thought you would lose. But what read more…

Good Words, Good Thoughts, Good Deeds

By Brooke: I read an Article here at LifeReader by Michael called ‘The Collective’ where Micheal wrote that there is a formula for creating positive change. The formula is 1% of the square root of a population is all that is required for a positive change to occur. Amazing and well worth the read. I read more…

Be Happy In Life

By Ann: It has been troubled times for all of us with the pandemic we have lived with over these months. We have all been confined to social distancing, trying to keep ourselves busy at home, we have lost loved ones through this pandemic, my heart goes out to the families and loved ones of read more…

Simplify. Enlighten. Enrich.

By Gail: When we strip down what is truly important then we enlighten ourselves to the endless possibilities. We can unburden ourselves. You are an accumulation of all the things you carry. Feelings, experiences, opinions, objects, judgments. They are heavy and dense and require a lot of energy to sustain.  There is no need to read more…