2012

Be the Change — Share a Blessing

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | September 18th, 2012 | 1 Comment
topic: Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: 2012, affirmation, be the change, community, consciousness, December 21, end of the world, Gandhi, Global Blessing Blog, harmony, love, Mayan calendar, peace, politics, rebirth, religion, shift, spirituality, words

GandhiGandhi said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.”

That statement has been moving through my mind for the past several weeks as I read comments on social media and hear so many people feeling helpless and disillusioned. It’s clear to me that we are living in a time of extreme opposites. There are people doing extraordinary work to bring peace and consciousness to the planet, while at the same time there are also people committed to war and violence.

The real question for me is “How do I want to respond and live?” I believe that we are either part of the problem or we are part of the solution. I also believe that our words have power and that what we put out in the universe eventually returns to us in some form.

So instead of being upset about the state of the world, I have decided to do something, and I would like you to join me.

Just Start!

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | January 23rd, 2012 | 1 Comment
topic: Personal Growth | tags: 2012, affirmations, begin, change, commitment, dreams, goals, initiative, intention, intentions, Marianne Williamson, new beginnings, new year, New Year’s resolutions, start, success

Just StartRecently, I was having a conversation with a new friend. We were talking about our shared feeling that 2012 is going to be an incredible year. It was exciting to talk about how very intentional we are about bringing our gifts forward to make a difference in this world. After a few minutes of conversation, she said, “Isn’t it crazy that people often only have these conversations and high intentions at the beginning of the new year?”

Year End Clearing

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | December 21st, 2011 | 4 Comments
topic: Detox, Health & Wellness, Personal Growth | tags: 2012, body, clean, cleanse, de-clutter, detox, diet, exercise, Fitness, food, love, meditation, mind, new year, nutrition, spirit, spirituality, toxins

Year End Clearing

I have thought a lot about the way in which I want to end this year. Especially since the new energy of 2012 is fast approaching. As I contemplated my plan, what came to me was “cleansing and clearing.” Often I take time in the spring to clean and clear out closets to create space, but this felt different. What came to me was that I was to clear and clean myself from the inside out. I decided to do an 11-day cleanse and allow my body to release old toxins. That decision created a powerful domino effect that I want to share with you.

The Gift in the Shift

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | July 20th, 2011 | 5 Comments
topic: Personal Growth | tags: 2010, 2012, affirmation, affirmations, change, Cynthia James, doubt, fear, growth, healing, inner thoughts, inspiration, life, mantra, Mayan calendar, meditation, predictions, shift, spiritual growth, spirituality, thoughts, transformation, universe

Embrace the gift of change

We are now well into 2011, and many people are deep into the discussion of the shifts occurring on this planet. Some feel they are directly tied to the Mayan Calendar and predictions for 2012. Others feel that we are in the center of a transformational movement unlike any other in history.

I recently spoke at a wonderful conference in Sedona, Ariz. The whole theme was about transcendence and how we navigate the waters of the shifts taking place. As I contemplated my talk, it became clear to me that WE ARE THE GIFT in the shift. Each one of us is here for a unique purpose, and each of us has been given all of the tools that we need to be fulfilled and make a difference on this planet. If that is true, then the question becomes “What is in the way of us soaring?” I believe it is because we are stuck in the muck of consistent mind chatter that tries to convince us that we are victims of inevitable doom. This is fed by the intense news reports, old familial belief systems and inaccurate information passed down from various arenas.