In all of the books I’ve read on the law of attraction there is the same idea that ‘your life is what you consciously create.’
And it’s been a really hard thing for me to wrap my brain around. What about all of the people in poverty? Or all of the wars, starvation, sexual abuse, sex trafficking, etc. Did those people consciously create that?
“I’m not good enough”—it’s the root of all our toxic thoughts.
I started reading “You can heal your life” by Louise Hay the other day, though I’ve had it for almost 8 months. I guess I wasn’t ready to read it. The idea is that our thoughts create our reality, including disease in the body, with resentment, criticism, and guilt causing the most damage.
I tried out a new Instagram feature (the one where people can ask you questions), and a friend asked, “how do you stay positive?” And honestly, I feel like I’m a pretty positive person anyway…but here are five simple ways I stay positive: Five Simple ways I stay positive Honor my current emotion, then speak […]
I’ve had a love of butterflies since like, ever. I guess my nickname when I was younger was “butterfly”, probably because I was just kind of super weird or something, but also fun to watch? I don’t really know. Anyway, last year I was out looking at our wild blackberry canes and turned around to see a faded Monarch flying around the same few plants.
I thought I was seeing things because April is far too early to be seeing Monarchs in Missouri. But, I got closer and realized that I wasn’t that crazy and that yes, I was seeing a Monarch. She had found milkweed that was only a few inches tall and was quickly moving all around the plants, laying eggs.
This year I discovered that lilac lemonade is a thing. Lilacs are an edible flower (eat all the flowers! My friend has a post that you can read with 11 edible flowers to make yourself feel like magic). Anyway, after our trip to Arkansas, we came home and discovered the lilac bush is in bloom! Yay! AND […]
In an unlikely paradox, our neighbor hayed our field during national pollinator week. I don’t know if I was the only one conflicted or not, but I totally was. Our fields are full of clover, wildflowers, and healthy grasses, so it’s no surprise that every year he comes to hay. We get a good chunk […]