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Friday, June 19, 2015

The 5 Reasons Why You Are Still Struggling With spirituality, And How to Fix It - Syndication Express

 Written by Rhonda and Chris Johnson

The 5 Reasons Why You Are Still Struggling With spirituality And How to Fix It

Where were you first introduced to Spirituality?



Answer: You must look back at that first impression.



This is an important question because this will be your first impression and first impressions last.






First Impression

Most people who grew up in a religious home would have been brought up with some type of spirituality, because Religion is considered in broad terms
spirituality, though I would debate that and go on further to say they
are totally different, in which case it’s probably why you have
struggled.




Most people who have had some spiritual teaching would have
learnt this from their parents or the school they attended. Most schools
have religious teaching, and in general we have a huge population of
Religious people, so parents are the obvious source. Now when I speak of
Religion I am talking across the board, all Christian faith and non
Christian faith teachings. I am talking orthodox teachings, what ever the rule comes under.




So think back and find the place where you first heard about
spirituality. What were you taught? How did it make you feel when these
words were first spoken to you.



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Monday, June 8, 2015

Why Should I Let Others Be There For Me - Syndication Express

Posted by Fouzi Bach



Learn To Let People Be There for You


Sometimes, we need nurturing. Sometimes, we need people to support us.


Many of us have been deprived of support and nurturing for so long we may
not realize it's something we want and need. Many of us have learned to
block our stop ourselves from getting what we want and need.



We may not reach out to have our needs met. We may be in relationships
with people who cannot or will not be available to meet our needs. Or we
may be in relationships with people who would be happy to respond to a
direct request from us.



We may have to give up something to do this. We may have to let go of our
martyr or victim role. If we ask for what we want and need, and get
those needs met, we will not be able to punish people, or push them away
later on, for disappointing us.




We may have to let go of our fears enough to
experience the intimacy that will occur when we allow someone to love
and support us. We may even have to learn, one day at a time, how to be
happy and content.




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Why Should I Let Others Be There For Me - Syndication Express



Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Why Am I Trying To Do Too Much Too Fast? - Syndication Express

Posted by Fouzi Bach on the Syndication Express site.



Am I Trying To Do Too Much Too Fast?


Hurried and worried until we're buried and there's no curtain call. Life's a very funny proposition, after all. —George M. Cohan



Often, when we involve ourselves in online activities, plans, and
expectations, we push ourselves so hard that we don't derive any
satisfaction from success. We need to face our limitations. We can't do
everything we want. Even when we can do a great deal, if we overextend
ourselves, take on too much, we will not enjoy ourselves, and there is
no reason not to enjoy our online work.




Our online activities are part of what we are. If we choose to live in a
frantic hurry, worrying about the next moment instead of this one, we'll
miss life entirely. Part of self-knowledge is learning to pace
ourselves to our own speed, learning to set goals we can attain for each
day. When we do this, we can say, "Now that I've completed this, I
don't have to do one more thing to feel worthwhile."




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