Here are 5 easy and enjoyable tips that I talk about in my new YouTube video (linked below!) . 1. Self-talk and self-love 2. Rely on the Divine instead of people 3. Make Your Spiritual Well-being a Priority 4. Practice Gratitude and Appreciation 5. Drink water, exercise and eat less sugar . Click here and don’t forget to share it with friends, and to subscribe for more videos! https://youtu.be/4YDlmrYVsFA . . . ~Dr. Rahman Beckwith… Read More »5 Spiritual Psychology Tips for 2020
Happy New Year! Having unconditional self-love would be an amazing resolution to have going into the next decade, don’t you think? What is unconditional self-love? We are often taught that our value comes from accomplishments, excelling in certain areas, appearing a certain way, surpassing others, accumulating worldly wealth, or status etc. This system of valuing yourself does not allow true recognition of WHO YOU ARE! Humans are intrinsically valuable. Someone may accumulate many worldly possessions,… Read More »~Self-Love Resolutions for 2020!~
Recently we have had a craze here in the U.S. with the Marie Condo phenomenon of “sparking joy”. This lovely Asian woman is teaching people to only keep the possessions which bring them happiness. So what is the psychological basis for this? Do people truly feel better in neater, organized surroundings? Generally, the answer is yes. Our brain takes in a great deal of our environment unconsciously. Thus, having unfinished work, items which are out… Read More »Organizing, De-cluttering and Psychology
Recently I was working with someone who had a negative outlook and wasn’t feeling happy. So I asked a pivotal question. Why did you choose this experience? This was game-changing for my client. To ask the question, “Why is my soul doing this for me? Why have I chosen to experience this; what is the benefit?” is a profound way to gain perspective on a situation. For example in this client’s situation, people kept telling… Read More »WHY?- A Revolutionary Question to Change Your Perspective
WHY CRITICIZING OTHERS CAN BE DETRIMENTAL TO YOU You may have heard the biblical statement “Judge not lest ye be judged”. This could be interpreted as meaning that if you judge others you subject yourself to the possibility of being judged. However, there is also the basic psychological fact that residing in a state of agitation is not advantageous. Thus, if one is often finding fault with others, one is not existing in a state… Read More »Judge Not Lest… You Become Really Annoyed!