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Posted on: November 13th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine Sharon Ballantine

Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Throw Your Cares To The Fire

Posted on: December 16th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Thoughts are energy and every thought you have has an energetic power that is emitted from you. This affects how other people feel around you. Don’t you feel the energy from others? Being around some people feels really good and being around others can feel really bad. You are feeling their energy, which began with their thoughts.

So, on one hand your energy is emitted out, but this energy is also held in your body and can become stuck. Positive energy held will enhance you and feel good, as it contributes to your wellbeing. Negative thoughts (energy) that you hold in your body block off your wellbeing feel bad and can eventually cause physical discomfort and disease. What types of energy do you want to release? Any thoughts and feelings that feels bad, such as worry, anger, grief, limiting beliefs, fear . . .


Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

The One Minute Mood Spiral

Posted on: December 10th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Last weekend my husband and I decided to take a much-needed break from our condo remodel schedule. We don’t get to the movies as often as we would like but we just wanted to sit in the dark and be mindlessly entertained.  This kind of setting is when I often hear things that really inspire me, and get me thinking. It happens during those times when I’m relaxed and simply listening.

Two people in the movie were having a simple dialogue about emotions, I think. Then one of them said something I found to be such a truth.

“ It takes 10 times longer to put yourself back together (emotionally) than it does to fall apart.”

I thought wow, why is that? How can it be so easy for us to spiral downward and feel bad and then struggle to regain our wellbeing? . . .


Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Your Only Job Is To Stay Happy And Positive

Posted on: December 3rd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

What are among the things, which can cause you the most stress? In your busy life, you can become overwhelmed because there is so much to accomplish in your day and on your “to do” list. It can make you feel like you have numerous jobs.  Your day job requires your time and energy, and your family and friends do too. Not to mention running a household, whether it’s just you or a family of many. And let’s not forget the upcoming holidays and shopping. You may be re-running your to do list in your head to the point that it’s distracting and keeping you from enjoying your present moment. I know that’s happened to me.

Do you find yourself going into action and trying to accomplish your list when you are in angst and stress and wondering how you will . . .


What Emotional State Do You Default To?

Posted on: November 26th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Have you ever given much thought to your emotions? They are those strong feelings you have such as love, anger, joy, hate and fear. Don’t we tell others or ourselves that we are having an emotional moment or that we’re feeling emotional sometimes? We generally mean that we are in the middle of experiencing or expressing any one of the many emotions we carry inside of us.

Each of us is an emotional being. We all possess the same emotions but each of us uses these emotions in a different way. How you use your emotions and which ones are most common for you may be determined by how you grew up and which ones were prevalent in your family. Having said that, you may not resemble your family patterns at all but have developed your own unique emotional patterns, which . . .


Do Your Food Cravings Control You?

Posted on: November 19th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

By definition, a craving is “a great or eager desire; a yearning or a longing.” Doesn’t this sum it up for how we sometimes feel when we want a certain food?

Don’t many of us have food cravings at one time or another that seem to take us over? Those cravings that feel like there’s nothing you wouldn’t do to get your hands on what it is you’re wanting. It can be intense and can feel like you have no control and your craving is controlling you.  But is it?

Food cravings aren’t necessary for your physical survival although many would dispute they can be necessary for your emotional wellbeing. Cravings are mind hunger; physical hunger is what kicks in when we need to have food for our bodies to survive. Certain foods release chemicals in our brains that can produce intense . . .


Law of Attraction Coach, Sharon Ballantine

How Your Thoughts Affect Your Body

Posted on: November 12th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Have you ever noticed the effect your thoughts have on how your body feels, whether it’s great or not so good?  The Law of Attraction says that what you focus on is what you bring into your experience. What if you weren’t thinking about your body, but you begin noticing it doesn’t feel good? The answer is fairly straightforward.

Your thoughts affect your body because your thoughts are a powerful energy and they aren’t separate from your body. What you’re thinking affects your body all the time.

When you are having good feeling thoughts, you’re in a positive state of mind and this is where your well-being is.  Your body feels good because the energy flow is unobstructed. When you’re thinking about what you don’t want and feeling bad, you stop your well-being, which directly affects your body and everything else in . . .


Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Must You Go? ~ Home For The Holidays

Posted on: November 5th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Over the years, I have often coached people regarding their indecision and angst about either going home or going to a relative’s home to celebrate the holidays. They have come to dread this time of year, partly because of their obligations. Have you ever felt this way? What is it that causes this angst?

It may be the only time of year the entire family gathers in the same location. Maybe there is someone, or many someone’s you have no interest in being with or perhaps don’t get along with at all. This one day a year, or several, if you have to be with them more than once, can have the capacity to ruin the holidays for you. Is it worth it, do you have to subject yourself, or can you find a way to be at peace with the . . .


Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Is Asking “Why” Serving You?

Posted on: October 29th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Why seems to be a Universal question that most of us overuse. It was cute when our young children went through the stage of asking and answering why to every question, task or activity we proposed. Perhaps we rarely had an answer for our kids, as their inquiry into the whys were relentless, and often just seemed to amuse them.

You may be asking “why is it so bad to always be asking why?” Well, bad is not the term I would use, as it’s a judgment. A better question may be “does it serve me to ask why in regard to so many subjects?”

Is it human nature that many of us haven’t left this young stage, and are continuously asking why to everything that comes across our path? We are in this life to create and continually seeking answers is . . .



Teaching Your Kids to Follow the Golden Rule

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

When dealing with people, there is a very basic tenet that says you should treat other people in a manner that reflects how you would like to be treated. This is commonly referred to as The Golden Rule and most Westerners will know what you mean if you merely utter three simple words Do Unto Others.

The term Golden Rule was actually coined somewhere in the 1600’s in England. The concept behind the term goes back long before that and can be found in countries around the world and in every religion.

This is perhaps one of the most universal ideas that a human being may hold dear. As such, it is important to teach your children what it means to live in accordance with the concept, no matter what the religious context or country of origin.

The Golden Rule is also called . . .