Bruce W Conley has had extensive training in the art of energy healing and spiritual guidance. He has had life changing experiences that have propelled him to a higher cosmic and spiritual learning.
Let Bruce help you transform your mind, body and soul's journey to a better health, love, spiritual and mental vitality. With hands on and spiritual guidance for the mind to view the world through your real Self and not the perceived self as we know ourselves as.
Youth is not a matter of maturity or immaturity but rather a state of mind that manifests itself in our behaviors. When we choose to act youthful and to embrace what is childlike, we defy the notion that age must be measured by years and redefine ourselves using joy as a benchmark. The simplest way to stay young at heart is to continue to take part in those activities we enjoy, whether or not others view these pursuits as being inappropriate to our age groups. In this way, we maintain a lasting state of personal satisfaction that enables us to continue living life in accordance with our individual values and prevents us from lapsing into a state of stagnation. When you recognize that age is little more than a number today, you will realize that it is wholly possible to feel good at any age.
There is no need to feel guilty about having fun; having fun and being happy is our birthright. Often when we talk about fun, or doing things just for fun, we talk about it in a dismissive way as if fun isn't important. We tend to value hard work and seriousness, and we forget to pay our respects to the equally important, light side of silliness and laughter. This is ironic because we all know the feeling of euphoria that follows a good burst of laughter, and how it leaves us less stressed, more openhearted, and more ready to reach out to people. We are far more likely to walk down the street smiling and open after we've had a good laugh, and this tends to catch on, inspiring smiles from the people we pass who then positively influence everyone they encounter. Witnessing this kind of chain reaction makes you think that having fun might be one of our most powerful tools for changing the world.
Laughter is good medicine, and we all have this medicine available to us whenever we recall a funny story or act in a silly way. We magnify the effects of this medicine when we share it with the people in our lives. If we are lucky, they will have something funny to share with us as well, and the life-loving sound of laughter will continue to roll out of our mouths and into the world.
Of course, it is also important to allow ourselves to be serious and to honor that side of ourselves so that we stay balanced. After a great deal of merriment, it can actually be a pleasure to settle down and focus on work, or take some time for introspection until our next round of fun begins.
When we are hard on ourselves for any reason, we send our bodies the message that we are not good enough.
One of the key components of human consciousness that most of us need to address and change is our tendency to be hard on ourselves. We do this in ways that are both overt and subtle, and half the work sometimes is recognizing that we are doing it at all. For example, if we find it difficult to graciously accept compliments, this is probably a sign that we tend to be hard on ourselves. Other ways in which we express this tendency include never feeling satisfied with a job well done, always wanting to be and do better, and getting mad at ourselves for getting sick. Getting mad at ourselves at all indicates that we need to rescue ourselves from our learned ability to be unkind to ourselves.
In essence, when we are hard on ourselves, we send our bodies the message that we are not good enough. Whenever we do this, we do damage that will need to be addressed later, and we sap our systems of much-needed energy. Being hard on ourselves is a waste of precious time and energy that we could use in positive ways. To begin to understand how this works, we can think about times when someone made us feel that we were not good enough. Even just thinking about it will create an effect in our bodies that does not feel good. We may be used to the feeling, but when we really tune into it, we instinctively know that it is not good for us on any level.
Like any bad habit, being hard on ourselves can be a challenging one to release, but the more we feel the burden it places on us, the more motivated we will be to change. At first, just noticing when we are doing it and how it makes us feel is enough. As our awareness increases, our innate impulse toward health and well-being will be activated, moving us out of danger and into a more positive and more natural relationship with ourselves.
With Bruce's hands-on and spiritual guidance, he can transform your inner being to true joy and bliss.