Life Purpose & Soul Path

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If You Want to Be Like the Danish (#1 Happiest People in the World) – Practice THIS

Denmark consistently ranks as one of the happiest countries in the world. But why? Well, a concept called “hygge,” pronounced “HOO-gah,” is believed to be a big part of that. But what is it? Well, that’s a little harder to put into words. So I turned to Danish happiness expert Meik Wiking, the founder and chief…

Quality Life Can Be Yours With These 5 Simple Daily Habits

5 DAILY HABITS THAT WILL TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE

As human beings, we strive to improve ourselves in every aspect. We try to improve our education, social life and our bodies physically and overall improve our personality. A good personality can come in quite handy in daily life as it makes you more respectable among your peers and more approachable whether it’s in a…

Take Back Your Power with Awareness

Money For Nothing, Things For Free

“Money For Nothing, Things For Free” was originally published at RYVT. Can you imagine the possibility of having money for nothing, and anything you want for free? If not, that’s ok, because I can imagine it for you. And if I can imagine it for you, there’s a place in the universe where you know it too.…

3 Valuable Understandings to Help You Kick Fear Addiction

Creeping in Through the Cracks Fear is a mighty strong emotion. It could be said to be the driving force behind our collective impotence. Why does it have so much force in our lives? It get’s flung at us constantly via the media — TV, movies, adverts, the general public, etc. And when we’re not…

How You Can Find Your Soul’s Purpose Using Intuition

As a life coach (a self-described “intuitive” one) and published writer of many books related to human psychological and spiritual development, I often get emails from people seeking clarity on certain issues. Sometimes these people book online sessions with me, but just as often I simply respond by email as fully as I can. So,…

7 Amazing Things That Happen When You Start Loving Yourself More

“When I loved myself enough, I began leaving whatever wasn’t healthy. This meant people, jobs, my own beliefs and habits—anything that kept me small. My judgment called it disloyal. Now I see it as self-loving,” ~Kim McMillen I started learning about self-love a long time ago. In fact, I started learning about self-love so long ago that…