Sunday, February 12, 2017

Reduce Stress, Live Happy

Reduce Stress, Live Happy

Stress seems to be an almost common condition these days.  We’ve just gotten past the holiday season and now tax time is fast closing in on us.  Wow!  We don’t need any extra stress!

There can be many causes for stress in our lives.  Whatever its cause, prolonged stress can ultimately lead to health issues like depression, obesity, asthma, heart disease, cancer, sleeplessness, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, and even Alzheimer’s disease.  In addition, any condition you’re currently dealing with can be worsened by stress.

So what can we do to relieve some of the stress in our lives? Incorporating meditation, exercise, plenty of sleep and, good-eating habits into your daily routine is a great start.

Take note of how you react to situations.  Monitor your stress levels and ask yourself if a situation is really as bad as it seems.  If it is, think about what you can do to minimize your exposure to such situations.  Search for ways of controlling or even eliminating some of the stress triggers in your life.

Take inventory of all the positives in your life, and be grateful for them.  We often take the good things for granted, and sometimes just need to remind ourselves of how lucky we truly are.

Reconnect with nature, spirit, and yourself.  Surround yourself with nature, take peaceful walks, listen to soft music, visit happy places and keep good friends.  All of these precious things can help neutralize the stress in our lives.


Michele Renee


Wednesday, November 5, 2014

When we experience someone we love dying or my preferred term passing over, we tend to grieve deeply fearing we may never see them again.  However, quite the opposite is true. If one so chooses, he or she may continue to have deep and meaningful relationships with their spirit friends or family members. To do this one must get their own doubts, fears, the tape recorder in the mind that says "this is impossible" out of the way. It is so easy to feel as though we are losing our minds as we are looking for signs from or focused on conversing with our loved ones in spirit. Continuing relationships with those we have lost is in fact rewarding. Perhaps you are asking yourself, "am I holding my loved one back from crossing over by continuing to have a relationship with them?".  The answer is "No". Quite simply put, you and I have no control over a spirit's decision to engage with us, the fact is that the soul upon the death of the body has already transitioned into the spirt world. If you were crossed over, wouldn't you want to continue to guide your children, grand children, spouse or others that you loved?  Frankly, I couldn't imagine being in the spirit world refraining from offering continued guidance to my children and those I love.  Several of my loved ones who are in spirit visit with me on a day to day basis, my father Ron, my grandmother Lucille and my closest confidant and best friend Tony. Although the relationships I have with them are much different then when they were here in a physical body, I can and do have conversations with them regularly. In affect, my relationships with them continue through the veil of the spirit world.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Click on the following link to be directed to a new video I have posted on my website.  In the session a young woman receives messages from her father who had committed suicide many years prior.

A Father Communicates With His Daughter

Monday, October 27, 2014

Think about what you say before you say it!

Here we are, it's October 2014 and it's breast cancer awareness month! I thought this was the perfect time to share what I feel is a very important point. As a breast cancer survivor myself, I often found when the topic of cancer came up whether I mentioned it or a client/friend etc. asked about it, the conversation more often than not went right to the other person sharing with me their story about how their relative, friend, or a friend of a friend died this horrible death from cancer.  I understand it's quite natural for people in general to be more interested in discussing their own experiences however, those who are currently or have previously battled cancer need to hear stories of survival rather than stories of doom and gloom.  So the next time someone tells you they have cancer, please pause and listen...then think of a survival story that you can share.  I guarantee you, the person battling cancer that you are sharing your story of survival with will hang on to every word you said...hope.

Friday, January 31, 2014

What does it mean to live spiritually?

What does it mean to live spiritually?   For myself it means that I am going to be aware of my thoughts, emotions and actions.  It means that I will love and take care of myself as I would my own child and, refrain from judging myself too harshly. I will be open to continual growth, change and new ideas. Rather than seek fault in others, I will seek the goodness in others. I will be the first to extend a hand to one in need. When something frightens me, I will see through it, not hide from it.  I will work every day to come from a place of love and understanding for myself and others. I see the beauty in all things...I am at one with myself, and at one with the universe.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

The Kevin Laue story

Last night I went to the premier of a documentary called Long Shot.  This is the amazing story of a young man named Kevin Laue who at a young age was forced into manhood and faced many struggles. Kevin made NCAA history by becoming the first Division I basketball player to play with one arm.  This movie is inspirational and is a must see!!!