Oct 152018
 

Sparks of Insight“People are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” – Abraham Lincoln

Circumstances don’t make us happy or miserable, the way we perceive them do. I’ve known people with all the advantages you could hope for, and they were miserable. And I’ve known people who had very little who were generally happy. The way you view your life and its events causes you to be positive or negative. It’s the same thing as considering a glass half-empty or half-full. Both are correct, but which of those views causes the greater satisfaction?

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Sep 172018
 

Sparks of InsightYou will always be aware of those less fortunate than you. Those who have lost their job, suffered a health challenge, or experienced some setback. It’s tempting to sympathize with them and their hardship, but that’s just feeding it energy. Empathize with the person, not the misfortune. When you share your compassion with the person, but not the misery, you remain aware that they have the power and ability to overcome their difficulty. Even if you don’t verbalize it to the person, you’re holding a higher view of them than they can do at that moment. You don’t become part of the problem, but part of the solution, even if you do nothing but hold this thought.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Sep 102018
 

Sparks of Insight“My creative mind knows how to manifest my health, wealth and success in just the right way to benefit me in all ways. The next step to these now unfolds in my life, and I recognize it when it appears.”

Your subconscious mind has access to the Universal Mind, and has everything you need to create a wonderful life for you. But you need to believe that it can and will do it with your direction. If you feel your subconscious is limited in its abilities and doesn’t know what to do to manifest your desires, then it will follow your command. Trust that it has all the information, wisdom and power, from its connection with the Universe, to bring you all that you want.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Sep 042018
 

Sparks of InsightMany people tell me that they can’t visualize, because they expect it to be like watching a television show. It’s rarely that clear. Imagine how your Living Room looks. That’s how visualization would be for you. But it is a skill you can improve. Start by closing your eyes, and imagining a square. Just imagine the four lines of it. Once you’ve been successful with that, imagine the square is colored in. Any color will do. Practice changing the color to something else. As you get better, use other shapes, like a circle, a triangle, and a star. This is one of the basic exercises you can use to strengthen your natural ability to visualize.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Aug 282018
 

Sparks of Insight“What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.” – Thaddeus Golas

When something challenging happens to you, do you get upset or frustrated? If so, you’re human. But you always have a choice about how to respond to an event. You can automatically allow your emotions to take over and make you miserable, or you can choose a different response that empowers you and might allow you to create a better outcome. The event itself has no power other than what you give it. Will you give it the power to make you unhappy, or will you choose to respond in a conscious way?

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

Aug 202018
 

Sparks of InsightI’m sure you’ve heard people recommend that you “Sleep on it” when you need to make some important decision. This is because by thinking about the issue just before going to bed, then drifting off to sleep, it allows your subconscious mind to process all the information that it has about the situation. The next morning, when you consider the problem again, you’ll have an answer. But you must trust your subconscious to provide this important service. This is just like when you try to remember someone’s name, let it go, and it comes to you in a few minutes. By letting it do its job, the subconscious, which is the creative part of you, will find a solution.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jul 302018
 

Sparks of Insight“My Higher Mind completely supports my endeavors and makes my way easy and smooth. Everything I need for the completion of my desire is provided, whether it’s connections, information, or opportunities.”

Sometimes people feel like life is blocking and restricting them. It really isn’t, they’re limiting themselves for a variety of reasons. You clear away these false concepts when you remember to allow things to flow, rather than trying to fight against a fog. For everything you need for a fulfilled life has already been approved of for you.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jul 242018
 

Sparks of InsightAre you more comfortable with failing or being a success? Many people actually unconsciously sabotage their success because it feels strange, unfamiliar and sometimes even scary. I’ve heard it said that it’s harder to fail than to succeed, since we’re born to achieve. If you’ve haven’t been accomplishing what you want, then you’re denying the Universe Its full expression. You were created to allow It to flow through you in abundance.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jul 162018
 

Sparks of Insight“The optimist sees opportunity in every danger; the pessimist sees danger in every opportunity.” – Winston Churchill

This is another way of putting the old idea of, “Do you see the glass as half full or half empty?” Studies have shown that the way you approach life, with optimism or pessimism, can predict how successful you’ll be. When you see opportunity in every situation, whether it appears to be beneficial or detrimental, then you’ll likely reap the reality of your attitude.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jul 092018
 

Sparks of InsightSome people feel that they’re lying when they’re affirming something that isn’t actually in their life. When you’re affirming something new to come into your life, you’re giving the subconscious the direction of where you want it to go. Just as you wouldn’t feel you were lying if you said, “I’m going on vacation,” before you made plans for it, you’re not lying when you choose a new course for your life. You may not know how to get there, but your subconscious does. Affirm your direction and follow any leads that come to you.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart