Create a More Positive Life
Owner Jan Collins, M.Ed., explains, “Many people have had life experiences teaching them to relate to themselves in a negative way: criticisms, judgments, comparisons, unforgiveness, etc. This negativity can dampen enthusiasm and block people from experiencing their inherent loving nature.”
One alternative is replacing self-criticism with self-appreciation. Another is viewing life through compassion instead of judgments by understanding what brought someone to make certain choices.
Research indicates that positive thoughts and feelings enhance health through endorphins, while negative ones can produce stress hormones. “We can connect with our personal center, our own spirit, a source of great strength and peace. From that center, we can also experience a connection with others, community and the broader world around us,” says Collins.For more information, call 484-416-3828, email [email protected] or visit CreatingPositive.net.