New Readings for Your Learning Pleasure

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Other writings by Coach Melanie Christian

Hello Readers! 🙂

If you have been enjoying my blog posts, Muse Memes and Mindful Musings THANK YOU for continuing to read “The Process of Life” and your follows! Be sure to check out some of my other articles and self-directed programs on my Featured Writings page.

Happy reading, growing and living Lighter, Brighter and FULLER lives! ❤

— Coach Melanie

 


The Process of Life blog posts are inspired lessons, learnings, reflections and meditations acquired for myself and my fellow growth journeyers- Coach Melanie

Muse Meme: “P” W.O.W. Words of the Day

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PRAISE: Celebrate and give thanks not only for your successes, but for each blessing and miracle you receive.

PLAY: Life needn’t be all serious; playing is as important for the young as it is for the old. Through play we bond, are inspired and relieve stress.

POWER: You hold the power to set your own course, to heal your own self and help heal the world.

Hold fast to your power. Because you are indeed Powerful! You are loving; a creator, inventor, builder, nurturer, healer and teacher. Give thanks through your play; create connections both momentary and long lasting. (Intimacy takes all forms, shapes and sizes.) Each person you touch with gratitude and humanity creates an oft unseen, positive ripple effect throughout the Universe. Continue reading

No One Is An Island

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We are always stronger supporting one another than standing apart.

Many of us are fortunate enough to have at least one strong, steadfast person in our lives who serves as a constant grounding force, empowering counsel and broad shoulder to cry on.

Over the years I have experienced, and become more and more aware of the distortion in focus on those who are perceived or labelled as weak, as opposed to those who are considered to be strong. Social services, community supports and even friend, family and professional networks often serve those in obvious need, In the process, overlooking those individuals who quietly continue to work towards “getting things done” on their own. Continue reading