How can we release negative memories that keep popping up?
Do you wish you could go back to old relationships knowing what you know now? Do you think you’d have made it work?
Is it really such a good idea to tell people detailed stories of how you overcame past problems? Here’s why not, and how to pick your moments.
How can we visualize the future while still being in the NOW? Doesn’t one contradict the other? Find out how I answered this reader’s question.
If you’ve ever said “I can’t do that because it reminds me of…”, you have a negative association. Here’s how to get rid of it and be free again:
Do we really need to dig up old memories and “release” them? Or could we actually be doing more harm than good?
A reader asks: “If you have something you regret a whole lot, is there a way to find the vibration of the option you wish you had taken?”
It’s a parent’s job to worry. When the kids are little, they worry that they’ll screw them up for life. When they’re adults, mom and dad worry that they could’ve or should’ve done countless things differently.