You keep seeing and hearing everywhere that the world is getting worse. But what do they mean by the world? Who is the world? We need to stop pretending the world is someone out there not close to us when in reality the world is you and me.
The only way to make sure we have, and live, in a better world is if we become better human beings –kinder, calmer, and more patient; not only towards others but most importantly towards oneself.
Hell is a place way closer to us than we might ever imagine. And if you’re there, you might not know it, but for sure as hell you can feel it.
For the longest time humans have felt threatened by a place no one wants to mention much less wants to go to. The thing is that you might already be there and you don’t even know it. Keep reading to learn what and where hell is and how to stay away from that place.
I’m a huge fan of keeping your finances under control, but there’s a little detail that could be the cause you’re running out of money before you run out of month, regardless of your income level.
Keeping track of your finances is a sure way to increase your good financial health. Here are some tools you can use to help you with that.
Very often we speak and hear many negative feeling stories that adversely affect our inner energies, and very strongly. When we learn to recognize, stop, and step away from those stories, our lives begin to improve dramatically.
Learn how negative stories and conversations affect your inner energy (vibe) and what to do to stop them so you maintain a positive inner energy (positive vibe).
We have the best intention to improve some area of our lives in the year that’s starting and for some reason the end goal seems to be so way out of reach, why is it that?
Giving some thought to our New Year’s Resolutions and be prepared to do the work might just be what we need.
New Years are opportunities to begin again; opportunities to try again, to do it all over again; and opportunities to correct direction. Have you thought about what you're going to do this time?
Use these few first days of the year to get clear and intentional about what you want to put in the clear glass of your life.
How are you going to know how your year went if you don’t sit down and review it? Take, at the most, one hour of one day during the last few days of the year, and focus on what truly happened for you during the last twelve months. You’re going to be surprised with what you find.
At about the end of the year we tend to analyze how the past twelve months went for us. But instead of focusing on what we said we were going to do and we didn’t, let’s do something more positive. Let’s review the year and focus on the great things we did do.
The thanksgiving season is normal for Americans to give thanks for an event that happened hundreds of years ago. But this year I want to ask you to not be grateful but to be appreciative instead.
Of course we all want to be grateful of the awesome moments we’re now living in our lives and in this country. But sometimes being grateful, especially in your life, could be hurting you. Read more to understand why.
Sometimes something happens and what once was very important to you, no longer is. What do you do then? Do you stick with it, do you adjust to it, or do you just abandon ship?
It’s very common for us to be in this situation where our priorities change. Knowing what to do and feeling strong about it will determine the level of success in your life. Remember, you’re the only one in charge and responsible for your life.
The funeral is over and everyone is back to their own lives again. What do you do now? What do you do after everyone is gone? How long do you keep crying for? How long will the pain last? What can you learn from this experience? Will you ever be back to normal again?
Death exists as a sure way for us to grow spiritually. It’s up to each one of us to review and analyze the life and death of a loved one to find the teachings we need to learn and overcome. And no, you will never be back to your old normal again, but you will be living a new normal. And it’s up to you allowing your spiritual growth that will determine how your new normal will be.
When a loved one dies you feel as if part of you has been frozen and then shattered into pieces that will never be again. But you can still continue to live with what you have left.
Keep reading so you can learn what I’ve learned, understood and experienced during the past days after I lost a loved one.
Dying is such a taboo subject that we don’t even want to talk about it in fear that we might be calling it forward. But it is only after we talk about it, and understand it, that we can all live a little more at peace before we lose our loved ones, and even after.
So, let’s talk more about death so when someone departs from this world the ones that remain are not living in pain, regret, vengeance, hatred, despair and eternal grief.
Living a meaningful life means that you’re at peace with yourself, with your life, and with everyone around you. Do you think you’re living a meaningful life? Take a look at this list below and see how close you are to living your meaningful life.
Living a meaningful life means, on the very high level, that you feel peace, love, joy, contentment and freedom most of the days of your life. Are you truly living this life now? Keep reading if not.
Living by default, to me, feels as if you’re just sitting on a bench waiting for death to come for you. Don’t you think this is the saddest thing a human being can experience?
Want to find out if you’re living by default? Keep reading to find out and to get a plan to begin making changes so you can finally get up and enjoy a happy life.
There are two roads in life: one where life feels like a joyful ride and another one where life feels very painful. Which road are you on? Are you on the painful road? If so, keep reading so you can learn how to switch lanes.
As long as we travel through the road of life we are growing. We grow in many areas of our lives, but the main and most inevitable growth is about expansion, about evolution, about being more than what we were.
Hello, welcome to my blog!
My name is Claudia LeBaron Islas.
The purpose of this blog is to give you information, ideas and guidance that can help you feel good, feel empowered, and enjoy your life.