Regan Hillyer and JuanPablo Barahona dedicate their lives to unearthing and communicating information that helps transform every area of people’s lives, in the same way it has transformed theirs. These articles are an offering of their wisdom, experiences, journeys of healing and growth, and valuable insights from the Activating Abundance book.
Emotions are an incredibly complex thing for all of us to process.
You need to recognize and inspect them, but it’s crucial to not get lost in them and fall into hopelessness, anxiety, or fear. That’s what happened to our client, Xinia.
We all love to give back to humanity and share what we’ve learned with others.
Where many of us miss out is viewing our contribution as something we’ll get to after we achieve everything we want from life. Here’s why that approach is a mistake:
Every area of your life is connected to your contribution.
We’ve all heard of our inner child, that version of ourselves that is innocent, carefree, and sees the world with boundless joy, optimism, and hope for the future.
But, much like a child, the inner child within all of us struggles to feel loved, accepted, and safe. Those feelings come from deep wounds suffered over many years.
If you want an abundant life, you need to understand a key term: vibration.
Two realities exist within our souls: the horizontal and the vertical.
The horizontal reality is the physical world, where the formation of your ego exists, separate from everyone and everything. There is no connectedness in that reality.
The vertical reality is concerned with none of those things. It is a spiritual awareness of infinity and connectedness. You can tap into your vertical reality by saying, “I am that infinite being, full of life, love, and all the abundant qualities of the soul.”
The first word that jumps into the minds of most people when they think about wealth is “money.” It’s understandable, but truthfully, money is only one part of wealth.
Toxic relationships are like poison: the longer you let it affect you, the worse it gets.
If you’re struggling with toxic relationships at home, at work, or in other areas of your life, this article will show you some steps to release the grip those relationships have on your life.
When it comes to your relationships, the type of people you attract will reflect the type of person you are. With more internal work, you’ll naturally achieve better relationships, because external interactions are a direct reflection of how you treat yourself.
You can learn a lot about yourself by listening to the valuable lessons your emotions teach you. But to do that, you must be mindful enough to listen when they surface.