Remember that energy is always following our thoughts. Celebrate that with your mantra of self-appreciation and acts of gratitude and watch your life and your business expand in response.
The Buddha described the human mind as normally being filled with drunken monkeys all clamoring for attention. We can’t always control what goes on around us, but through a process of focused concentration and inner training, we can learn to control how we react to
Evelyn Mulders is the founder of the Kinesiology College of Canada, a senior faculty member for the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice, owner and operator of Holistic Tapestries Natural Care Center for more than 20 years, and a book author.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] During this dark time of a worldwide pandemic, unprecedented unemployment, civil rights protests, and an upcoming presidential election, it may feel like humans opened up Pandora’s Box. Pandora, of the famous Greek myth, opened a box that released sickness, death, and other evils onto Earth.
For many years I lived in ashrams, continually meditated and did other spiritual practices day and night with nothing to distract me. To say that I was inspired, deeply satisfied and happy was an understatement, and my uninterrupted, focused spirituality gained me both deep understanding