Life is filled with meaningful occurrences, every day, every minute and even every second. Unfortunately, we often miss the signs of meaningful activities around us because we are caught up in stress and anxiety. We may find ourselves complaining about a job, getting annoyed by family members, or just sitting there with a feeling of dissatisfaction.
We may attempt to find a common negative patterns to overcome, but often we give up and fall back into the same daily patterns that keep us stuck in a life without meaning. They key to getting out of this funk is to notice patterns that are keeping us stuck. This isn’t easy.
Continue reading “5 Ways to Discover Meaning in Your Daily Life”
Sometimes we find ourself stuck in a place where we don’t feel good and desire one thing that we believe will make us feel better. We convince ourself that we can not even live without this one thing.
Thoughts will start circling in our heads: “How can I achieve this?”, “How can I have this one thing?”
Have you been in this situation? Continue reading “How to Make Yourself Available for Miracles and Why They Aren’t Happening Yet”
Last week a friend of mine told me that he felt sorry for another friend. His friend was going through some rough emotional issues with his family, even involving lawyers, court and possibly a jail sentence. My friend really was shaken when sharing his story which got me to wonder what was really happening here?
Continue reading “Ask yourself, “What can I learn from this?””
Thank you for the feedback to my latest blog post about how the past is not the future.
There was one interesting question if there is a way to explain the topic in a more formal mathematical way. And yes, all our minds do not work in the same way, and since it is my fundamental belief that there is no right or wrong way of seeing our world, I looked into it and want to share the results with you:
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In today’s busy society filled with stress and anxiety, negative answers to normal questions have unfortunately become a default. How many times have you heard someone say the following in response to a general statement (or perhaps you’re the one saying it)?
A: “This is not going to work.”
B: “Why do you say that?”
A: “Because it didn’t work in the past.”
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Hi everyone, thank you for coming to my blog. This is my first post so I want to take a moment to introduce myself and my purpose. My name is Daniel Zeiss, currently, I live in the northern part of Germany. I am passionate about growing my own vegetables, working with horses, and my lovely two daughters and wife. Continue reading “Welcome to the Fox Spot Blog!”