If You Are Going Through A Spiritual Awakening…

You will know.

If you have no clue what it is but interested and want to know or maybe you kind of know but interested in knowing more….keep reading.

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Living A Balanced Life

All starts within.

What makes life “hard” and “stressful” is an imbalance between your conscious mind and subconscious mind. When they clash, you have problems. What you consciously want in life will not happen if your subconscious rejects it because, after all, your subconscious mind runs about 90% of your life.

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The Toothpaste Perspective

There are many important things in life that we overlook, especially perspectives. So I came up with a weird “Jen” way to explain how I feel most people perceive life by simply using toothpaste as an example.

Have you ever experienced depression, anger, guilt, shame etc. because you found out that you are about to run out of toothpaste? Or do you get anxiety before going to bed and have sleepless nights because you are about to run out of toothpaste? Probably not. Why? Because there’s no reason to worry about it, right? If you’re about to run out of toothpaste, you just know life is going to be ok and the world isn’t going to end, even though toothpaste serves a huge purpose in your life.

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What Will 2018 Bring Me?

A much different life than the one I’m currently living.

But before I explain, Happy “3.14” Day to everyone! Be sure to enjoy your favorite slice of “PI.E”, turn your “stressed” situations into “desserts” and make a toast to the life of Stephen Hawking.

So, 2018. What will this year bring me? Or rather, what will the rest of this year bring me?

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Mastering Your Own Mind

Meditate. Meditate. Meditate. I cannot emphasize this enough.

When I first started to meditate, I absolutely hated it. Sometime last year, I downloaded the Headspace app and got myself all pumped up about it. Within 30 seconds of starting, I was already impatient, frustrated, bored and annoyed; I just could NOT sit still. 1 minute seemed like an eternity. But as I started to work my way up from 30 seconds to 30 minutes, I was able to grasp the concept of meditation and take notice of the huge benefits I had gained from it every time.

Thinking back to when I first started meditating reminds me of one of my favorite movies growing up, Kindergarten Cop, that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Kimble.

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