March 19th, 2021 By Estee Horn Guest Writer for Wake Up World “Boredom is the feeling that everything is a waste of time; serenity, that nothing is.” – Thomas Szasz Are you fed up with being at home? It’s almost a year we’re spending too much of our time at our houses. Even if we’re…Staying at Home Gets on Your Nerves? Follow Your Heart to Break Free — Wake Up World
By Kelly Tallaksen – October 28th, 2020
Guest Writer for Wake Up World
During our growing up years, there was so much about the world and how we fit into it that we did not understand. We relied on grown-ups to show us, teach us and guide us. The people we relied upon also had to rely on the grown-ups during their growing up years. Does being a grown up mean you are wise and experienced enough to appropriately mentor a child into their adulthood? Not necessarily. It all depends on how the grown-up was mentored and cared for during their childhood years.
(Prepare For Change) On March 23, Prepare for Change’s Gerry Gomez appeared on the Miss Merrilee radio show, Equally Yoked. You might recognize Merrilee as the voice of our interview messages as she supports Prepare for Change’s mission and her own mission with her work in the area of love.
Of course, if every situation was viewed through the lens of love, there’d be much more harmony on the planet. In this spirit, Gerry appeared and shared some uplifting messages that PFC members might find supportive during this difficult time. →
Read more & Miss Merrilee Radio Show interview with Gerry Gomez (1:29:31) via Prepare For Change
(Collective-Evolution) Deep inside all of us lives a wounded child who is desperate for love, attention, and validation — that child is you, it is your younger self. Even those of us who haven’t experienced severe trauma such as physical or sexual abuse most likely still have wounds that we are unknowingly carrying around with us all the time. Even though our parents might have done the best they could, and perhaps were typically loving and supportive, there could still be scars left on us and stored deep within our subconscious. These scars may lead us to experience the constant need for validation and approval, feelings of unworthiness or not being good enough, fear of abandonment, or perhaps a deep lack of self-love. →
(Collective-Evolution) Do you go through life with constant angst? A feeling deep down that there is always a little bit of stress or a little bit of worry? I’ve been through this. And in some ways, I thought it would never go away. But I focused on self awareness and living in the heart enough to kiss those days goodbye. →
Read more via: Collective Evolution
Originally published at LonerWolf and reproduced here with permission.
You’re lost. You’re ashamed to admit that you don’t know who you truly are. You have no idea what you want in life. In truth, you feel like a complete stranger to yourself.
Can you relate?
If so, don’t worry. There’s nothing wrong with you. What you’re experiencing is the product of living in a society that is constantly trying to tell you who THEY think you are. (And that’s freakin’ disorienting, demoralizing, and overwhelming.)