What does the Law of Attraction has to do with God? I’m sure you’ve all read about the Law of Attraction or perhaps are even using it right now as part of your thought processes. For those who are not familiar, the Law of Attraction states that we attract whatever we think about, and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, we can bring about positive or negative results.Read More
About the new blog series: “Seven Lessons Before I was Able to Become Love” is a collection of eight short articles where I share eight values I consider the origin of the person I am today. Soon after this eighth article is published on my blog, I will be offering a free mini e-book with all the complete sequence. One little self-help book that you will be able to download at no cost as my way of saying thank you for letting me be a part of your world and making it possible to HealThruWords®
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Now that I have shared the seven most important lessons I have learned since the year 2000, being those: forgiveness, trust, patience, responsibility, humility, acceptance and gratitude, I will now write about the toughest of all the teachings I have encountered throughout my whole life: Smile, it’s been so tough that it now seems even funny. Even during those times when I haven’t been too conscious about it, my life has been all about learning the meaning of love, and how was it that I could not only understand it but also become it. You see, now I know love encompasses all these seven previous lessons I had been referring to. As I went along my path, it was as if life offered me little pieces of this greater lesson, because it was all I could handle. Nature is so perfect that we never receive more than we can take. But the great news was that as a result of my discipline and perseverance life rewarded me as I kept advancing. I wanted to receive more and more so it kept bringing more lessons until I would be ready to become love.Read More
Just the other day, my youngest daughter, who will graduate from high school next June and is planning to keep on with her college studies, was chatting with me about how startled she was to see so many of her generation deciding to study majors having to do with business administration and the like. “It is as if they have lost their creativity” I said to her. And it wasn’t a joke! I truly believe we are now living in a world where so many of us get paid to become “unCREATive CREATures”, now that’s what I call an ironic life! That doesn’t sound like a society that is going somewhere too promising. Or, do you believe that a promising future is synonym of learning how a business works or it is runned? Not that I have something against people dedicated to businesses, I myself have a business of my own. I simply don’t believe there is truly a science that can teach you how to make money, because money is the obvious ‘consequence’ that follows once you are trusting your heart’s creative power to succeed. Have you heard about the world’s millionaires and billionaries going to college to learn how would they run their business? I don’t think they had time for it while they were fully commited to being “CREATive CREATures” bringing their dreams into manifestation. And what were the results of seeing themselves as powerful creators who believed in their dreams? The limitless abundance that keeps coming into their lives while they continue to do what they love.Read More
Some time ago, a film director friend showed me a video anonymously sent to him. It was of the execution of a murderer who had been found guilty and sentenced to the electric chair. Those images have left a strong impact on me ever since, not so much because of their grotesque and morbid nature but because of what they have shown me about our global society –and I include myself as part of the whole.
This was a murderer who premeditatedly went into a house and killed a whole family in cold blood, including two small children. Naturally, I don’t approve of such conduct for a moment, but I don’t want to dwell on an analysis of what that individual did or failed to do. There are hundreds of reports and studies on this subject from the psychiatric, psychological or sociological point of views.Read More