Friday, December 31, 2010

New Year's Resolution

Thank you, Lord, for the gifts of my spiritual existence, physical life and free will.

Please help me to open my mind and heart, so I truly fulfill these gifts for the benefit of all.

As a servant of Jesus, I pray.


Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Gift of Free Advice

Reduce worry by calling or emailing for a Free Gift of Advice for the Holidays until January 3, 2011.
Worrying is a common habit and could even be an addiction with some people if it leads to illness.

Stress management experts say that only 2% of the average person’s worrying time is spent on things that might be helped by obsessing over the issue until a decision or resolution occurs.

The other 98% of the times is wasted as follows:

40% on things that never happen

35% on things that cannot be changed

15% on things that turn out better than expected

8% on useless, petty issues


Friday, December 17, 2010

Spiritual Empowerment

Spirituality occurs when the human spirit connects with The Creator, and people are aware of this experience through and through from their toes to the top of their head, on a conscious, unconscious and subconscious level. All children begin as spiritual beings, and they can feel this connection with God their whole lives if it is not interrupted.

By 17 years old, I felt spiritually dead and suicidal because my physical world became the dark shadow separating me from God. My over 30-year journey for truth and happiness brought me full circle back to where I started spiritually as a child.

I now have the confidence, self-empowerment, inner peace and tranquility that can be everyone’s possible reality when spirituality is developed.

If you want to know more, I am offering FREE ADVICE for the holidays by phone or email (618-917-5974 or until Jan. 3, 2011.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Forgiveness is Freedom

Forgive others and yourself, so transgressions do not become your poison.

To forgive does not mean to condone, but to free yourself from the pain through acceptance and unattachment.

Friday, December 3, 2010


  1. Prepare for stress now by storing up tranquility with relaxation techniques that clear the mind and create a physical calmness, like prayer, meditation, exercise, etc. If you need more time to do this, give up something unnecessary, like worrying, watching T.V., playing video games, etc.

  2. Prioritize what must be done and eliminate anything that falls at the bottom. Always put “down” time at the top to stay relaxed because this creates clear thinking for good decisions.

  3. Think about what experiences you want but be realistic on your limitations. Placing boundaries and thinking creatively are much more advantageous than trying to control with anger or manipulation.

  4. Keep your expectations low, so disappointments stay low, too. Know and accept people how they really are and don’t assume they will be more cooperative for the holidays.

  5. Need help with specific situations? Call or email me (618-917-5874 or for FREE holiday advice from December 3, 2010 until January 3, 2011.

Experiment with this adventure called life and have fun! Happy Holidays!