Breathe through Negative Emotions

Allow emotions and feelings to go through you.

Imagine your chest as a screen, instead of a brick wall that everything sticks to.

All that is flows through you effortlessly.

Notice and allow these emotions and feelings to pass through you.

Redirect your awareness onto your inner energy field, breathing through any tension.

Check in with your body, do you feel resistance or pain anywhere?

Draw in positive energy by filling your mind with positive emotions.

Breath deeply – in for 4 out for 4, in for 6 out for 6, in for 8 out for 8.


Self Confidence Formula

If we want to be happy or successful, we need a humble but reasonable confidence in our own power and ability to be happy or successful.

If we feel that we don’t deserve to be happy or successful, we never will be.

If we feel that we aren’t important enough to be happy or successful, we never will be.

But if we feel confident in our power to be happy and successful, we sure as heaven will be.

Believe in yourself! Have faith that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.

A tool I use to feel more confident in my power is the Self-Confidence Formula shared in Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. I’ve attached it below for your reference 🙂

  1. I know that I have the ability to achieve the object of my Definite Purpose in life. Therefore I demand of myself persistent, continuous action toward its attainment, and I here and now promise to take such action.
  2. I realize the dominating thoughts of my mind will eventually reproduce themselves in outward, physical action and gradually transform themselves into physical reality. Therefore I will concentrate my thoughts for 30 minutes daily upon the task of thinking of the person I intend to become, thereby creating in my mind a clear mental picture of that person.
  3. I know through the principle of Autosuggestion that any desire I persistently hold in my mind will eventually seek expression through some practical means of attaining the object. Therefore I will devote 10 minutes daily to demanding of myself the development of self-confidence.
  4. I have clearly written down a description of my Definite Chief Aim in life. I will never stop trying until I have developed sufficient self-confidence for its attainment.
  5. I fully realize that no wealth or position can long endure unless built upon truth and justice. Therefore I will engage in no transaction that does not benefit all whom it affects. I will succeed by attracting to myself the forces I wish to use, and the corporation of other people. I will induce others to serve me because of my willingness to serve others. I will eliminate hatred, envy, jealousy, selfishness, and cynicism by developing love for all humanity because I know that a negative attitude towards others can never bring me success. I will cause others to believe in me, because I will believe in them, and in myself. I will sign my name to this formula, commit it to memory and repeat it aloud once a day, with full faith that it will gradually influence my thoughts and actions so that I will become a self-reliant and successful person.

Having faith and confidence in yourself can be developed through repetition of thought.

Take time to think and grow rich!

x Cor

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Goals, Mindset

Manifest Your Goals with Positive Emotions

If you’re like me, you are in constant work with your thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

You’re trying to live a healthier, happier life by working on thinking better and feeling better.

We know that when we think and feel good, we attract more goodness.

And luckily for us, how to think and feel good isn’t a secret!

There are books like The Power of Positive Thinking, Think & Grow Rich, and The Power of Now that help us think and feel better.

This blog documents some of my thoughts on how we can use positive emotions to manifest our goals. So without further ado, let’s get to it!


Everything that exists in the universe is made up of small vibrating molecules.

There is a whole range of different frequencies too – just like you tune-in into a specific radio station, you can tune-in into a specific vibration, aka a vibe.

Tune Your Vibrations

You can tune into a specific vibe by feeling a specific combo of emotions.

For example, you’re hitting the gym or work soon. To get on some positive work vibes, we’re feeling a combo of desire, enthusiasm, and faith. To get on some negative work vibes, we’re feeling a combo of anger, fear, greed.

The vibe we’re on dictates how we experience life.

Positive and negative emotions can not occupy the mind at the same time. One will always dominate over the other. And it’s our responsibility to make it a habit to apply and use the positive emotions.

Eventually the positive emotions will dominate your mind so completely that the negative emotions can no longer enter it.

The Seven Major Positive Emotions

The emotion of DESIRE

The emotion of FAITH

The emotion of LOVE

The emotion of SEX

The emotion of ENTHUSIASM

The emotion of ROMANCE

The emotion of HOPE

As you go through this list of the seven major positive emotions – take a moment to feel each emotion.

Think of memories that bring out each emotion in you. Do you notice how each of these emotions feel slightly different?

As we get in tune with positive emotions in our inner world, we begin to attract positive experiences in our outer world.

In this way, we can use positive emotions to fuel our goals.

The positive emotions help us change our attitudes, which in turn changes what we do & how we do it.

Positive emotions have the power to change our life for the better.

Have a great week friends! I’m here if you need me

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The days are long the years are short

The days are long, full of opportunity to practice patience, focus, and will power.

Patience: the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset

Focus: the center of interest or activity

Willpower: control efforts to do something or restrain impulses

The years are short, full of opportunity to experience, reflect, and grow.

Experience: an event or occurrence that leaves an impression on someone

Reflect: think deeply or carefully about

Grow: become gradually or increasingly x

Be where your feet are. The days may feel long, but the years are short my friend.


Focus on what you’re grateful for

*walks into kitchen and sees dirty dishes in sink*

*gets a little irritated*

HERE is where people usually stop and the irritation is just left swirling around in their energy field…

I’m sure you can imagine what that can do to a person overtime.

For others HERE is where the journey lies…

*deep breath* (this is an important step)

*forces a smile*

*takes a mental note to reflect later*

*takes a moment to find one thing to be immensely grateful for in that moment*

“I am so grateful to be alive and to be able to stand on my own two feet (feels gratitude deep within the heart and belly). Yanno… I’m going to take a walk right after I’m finished with these dishes, it’s beautiful out!”

The above example is a healthy and productive way of handling negative feelings…

And it also helps to prevent wandering negative thoughts.

Wandering negative thoughts, in my experience, lead to break downs, panic attacks, under / over eating, outbursts, etc.

I am absolutely not going to allow dirty dishes to set me into a raging outburst…

So I make the choice to focus on what I’m grateful for and mellow out.

Healthy Habits, Mindset

Ask more questions

Feeling stuck? Asking more questions can help give us clarity.

What do you see for your life?

Who do you want to be?

Who and what do you need to surround yourself with?

What kind of energy do you want in your circle?

Are you going with what others want?

Are you living for other people, trying to please their expectations?

Are you challenging the “norm” and doing things differently?

Are you asking questions, trying to make the best life for yourself?

Healthy Habits, Mindset

Forgiveness is the path to freedom

Once I forgave myself, everything got easier.

So many times I wish I would of acted differently.

And there’s even more times that I wish I would of stood up for myself, and not let someone treat me a certain way.

For so many years I carried this pain in the depth of my soul.

Once I made the decision to forgive myself, it all seemed to fade away.

I forgave myself for how I treated others and the pain that I’ve caused them.

And I forgave others for how they made me feel.

But most of all I had to really dig deep and forgive myself for letting what others did affect me.

That was hard to swallow. Because it’s so much easier to blame others for my pain.

This journey is NOT easy but when I wake up in the morning, all I can do is try to be better, even if I don’t always make the right decision.

It’s easy to see someone’s pictures and think that they have it all, but what’s inside is a never ending cycle of self discovery – full of immense pain, trauma and regret.

Once I chose to forgive myself, all of this seemed to go away, at least for the time being.

So when I find myself feeling those feelings that we all know too well, I ask my Lord Jesus Christ for forgiveness and to help me carry my burdens through life.

Because I know for sure the decisions I make will follow me throughout my life.

And I so gratefully have Him to walk right along side me, to help with those pains.

I love you all and I am HERE. Talk to me! Together we are stronger ♡

x Corie

Healthy Habits, Mindset

How can we cope positively with our anxiety?

Of course we get a overwhelmed sometimes…

And sometimes we aren’t 100% present…

Off thinking about the past or future.

Belly breaths

Anytime you feel anxiety or frustration coming up…

Use it as a signal that you need to stop and take some deep belly breaths.

4 counts in. Hold.

4 counts out. Hold.

Aim to do at least 5 deep belly breaths.

Repeat these counts until you are feeling better.

Slow down

Take 5-10 minutes to open a window and journal out your emotions…

Or take a walk / spend time in nature to clear your mind.


Whether you are indoors or outdoors…

Putting your arms and legs in positions they aren’t normally in throughout the day will increase your blood flow…

Which in turn increases your energy.

With more energy, you’ll be able to work through emotions more effectively.

Eat healthy foods & hydrate

Work on eating small bits of fruit and vegetables throughout the day to keep your body fueled.

Again, this produces more energy for you.

Of course drink lots of water to stay hydrated.

When we take care of our basic need of clean fuel…

We gain more energy and more opportunity to work on our emotional needs.

Connect with family and friends

Reach out to those around you to see who can hold space for a little while…

Text / call / facetime whatever you need to feel connected.

Pray & meditate

A regular spiritual practice can help to relieve any and all anxiety.

I have first hand experience that prayer power truly does work wonders.

A few minutes a day goes a long way to calming your nerves and worries.

I believe prayer and mediation are an essential part of healing your mind, body & soul.

Self care

What you could use right now?

Maybe a hot shower and face mask…

Or a yoga session and some deep breathing…

Or a sun bath and a nature walk?

Practice taking in consideration your own needs and how you can incorporate more YOU time into your day.

I’m here for anyone needing to work through their thoughts and emotions.

We are in this together.

x Corie


Blessing your competition

Comparing isn’t fair

Everyone experiences things differently and at different times.

And all of these different experiences [good and bad] are what bring us to where we are today.

Everyone is learning and growing at different speeds.

Everyone has their own journey.

Respect that.

Bottom line: comparing yourself or your situation to someone else’s life wouldn’t be fair to that person, and it especially wouldn’t be fair to you.

Switching up your story

Persevere and change your mindset about the way you see others who have achieved something you admire.

Use their success as new found knowledge…

Because what you are desiring can be done! You see it.

Now use that as inspiration and take action so you are able to reap the results of your own success!

Taking action

Retrain your brain to focus on the positive side of healthy competition. Every time you find yourself comparing yourself to someone else:

  1. Acknowledge that comparing is happening and that it is normal human reaction.
  2. Find 1 thing you can appreciate about the person you are yourself comparing to.
  3. Wish them the best in their journey toward self-discovery.
  4. Pray that you receive similar blessings.
  5. Thank the universe for giving you inspiration that will help you achieve your own goals.

Remember, stay focused on what you can do in the present moment.

Your good decisions are ultimately what will bring you long-term happiness.

Keep on blessing!
x Cor