Posts Tagged ‘depression’

My positive mindset has helped me through Depression

It is rare that I would talk so openly about my health, let alone my mental health – but today is different. I spent the day as a volunteer, helping to set up for the Millionaire Mind Intensive event that changed my life exactly 3 years ago today.

Today I was back in the positive energy of like minded people, and I found the courage to write this blog. To my Peak Friends, I love you and I am so grateful to have you in my life!

A little history. Back in October of 2010, I had a “meltdown” of sorts. I had just left my workplace (I chose to work part time because I LOVE what I do), and was sitting in my car when I started to cry. And Cry. And Cry. And Cry. I had no idea why I was crying – I just could not stop. Bizarrely enough, I called my Doctor’s office, and the nurse advised me to go to the Emergency department of the nearest hosptial. To make a long story short, I was diagnosed Read the rest of this entry »

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The Defense Paradox – not only a mind shift, but a heartshift too!

The Defense Paradox – T Crane

It was Ghandi who said “an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind”.

I bring this up because lately I have been reading what many people on facebook have been writing about – war, crime, revenge (also called justice).

Our system of justice is set-up to punish those who have committed a wrong – to exact revenge. Now bear with me on this, I understand very deeply what it feels like to be on the receiving end of crime – however consider some alternatives.

I am reminded of a story which took place in Vancouver back in the 90′s.

 There was an elderly Chinese gentleman in a park in the early morning hours doing his daily T’ai Chi practice when he was attacked by 2 young people. They were looking for an easy mark. They were also addicts, broke, jonezing, and hungry, so they jumped this man in his late 70′s looking for some quick cash. This elderly Read the rest of this entry »

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Can You benefit from 5 Life Lessons?

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Hello,

December 25th is the day that my family celebrates Christmas.  This year it started out as a very hard day for me, got positive, flowed back down hill and ultimately turned out just the way it should have.  The universe (or God, if you prefer),  has a way of doing that.  Perhaps Christmas or another day was a tough day for you too.  However, there are lessons in everything that happens Read the rest of this entry »

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