Small Victories

No matter big or small, it’s always important to celebrate those changes in our life or environment. You can start any where? Sometimes its a desk or a chair, it might be dusting it or removing papers that have been there for a long time. Just by starting to go through a stack of papers and deciding if we can finally let it go or if it needs to be kept. It is these small steps that lead to our victories.

As we clear what no longer serves us we start to feel lighter. This helps to create opportunities that start to materialize in our physical world. When you pick something up in your house or office. Focus on how it feels to you? When you hold it are you feeling heavy or lighter? Does it make you feel happy or sad? This will help you decide if it has a place still in your life.

Even looking at your life. Are you happy where you are in your life? Did your life get better in this last year? Stay the same or get worse? Is this something you can change or is it something that really is beyond your control. If it’s not something, you can change. Then make only changes to the places in your life that you do have control over and see if something doesn’t start to move and change for the better.

Even if it is the smallest victory celebrate or give gratitude for it. These are building blocks that help build momentum for changes that we need. If you’ve had to deal with an extremely abusive relationship in your life or work life. We sometimes go through periods of forced sabbatical. This is the Universes way of giving us time to heal.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

http://www.ravenhawke.net

 

 

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Following the Peace

In 2006, I was tired of the Drama and stressful feelings of working in the corporate world.

Tired of co-workers that didn’t know how to do their jobs properly. Not because they weren’t capable but because no one took the time to train them in properly. Exhausted from the jealousy, when I was nominated for an award for helping a department beat their deadlines.

The childish games that are played in the corporate world can be never-ending.

I started to key into more and more of the peaceful feeling. I made a decision to finally pursue my goal of getting my masters in the paranormal. I started that program in 2007 and knew my life would be changing. I got more and  more at peace. I loved the days that I didn’t have to work. I would dread the days that I knew I would have to return to work.

As I was getting closer to completing my program. My job finally fell away. I felt so at peace.  My former boss was sad to be losing me. Inside I was doing my personal happy dance. I was looking forward to being able to serve my clients more. I have never been this calm and at peace before  in my life

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

http://www.facebook.com/ravenhawkellcusa

http://www.ravenhawke.net

info@ravenhawke.net