“Old Soul” Is This You?

“Old Soul” Is This You?

What does it mean when we describe someone as an Old Soul? Those who describe “old souls” use intuition rather than precision: Spiritual people  many times describe metaphorically, not literally. The belief and the definition don’t necessarily mean you’ve lived past lives, but it’s possible. Instead, it’s about seeing the “big picture.” It’s about understanding the universe and being wise beyond your years.

Old Souls feel things deeply and display strong characteristics of empathy, compassion, and wisdom. They can be a bit moody at times and seem weary as well. Life can seem hard, but old Souls have a calmness, a deep centering capacity to maintain or to sustain themselves that they draw from circumstances are around them.

A discrepancy exists between their actual and spiritual age. In fact, they may have been thought of as “different, even withdrawn” as children. Old Souls like being alone pondering things that regular folk don’t and see things from another’s point on view. This characteristic draws you closer to them. It’s as if they aligned with and are familiar with you though you’ve just met.

Are you one? If so, you can learn more about this at a website I visit, Lonerwolf.com 

I leave you with a couple of Old Soul images from my Pinterest board, Are You an Old Soul?

Truth and Self

Truth and Self

One lesson that I learned a while back was that in truth you don’t have to remember what you said or thought the last time. The truth is honesty and integrity to others and to youself. Susan…

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Avoid the Shoulds and Shouldn’ts

Avoid the Shoulds and Shouldn’ts

Some words deserve avoidance. SHOULD is one of them. We’ve all been told at least a time or two, “You should do…” or or shouldn’t say…” This word common yet potent can drastically undermine you, your self-esteem, and your motivation to succeed.The word,whether used with or without n’t or not, devalues you or what you have done, said or created. Rather than using to “S” try substituting the word CAN, such as, “I can…” or “I will…” And if your a parent, try this with your children too. Susan…

5 WAYS TO BELIEVE

 5 WAYS TO BELIEVE

  1. BE YOUR  BIGGEST FAN
  2. DON’T DEPEND ON ANYONE ELSE TO BELIEVE
  3. RECONNECT WITH YOUR PASSION
  4. FIND YOURSELF SOME BELIEVERS
  5. BE A MENTOR TO SOMEONE

Susan…