Posted: Sunday, March 12th, 2017 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

Staplers may be the most overlooked item on your desk. My stapler often gets buried the beneath paperwork.  I don't really miss it until I need it. Then I begin to slap the sheets of paper until something underneath goes "ka-bam".

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Posted: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

Do you ever feel like you brain is out of order?  Have you ever felt unfocused or overwhelmed?  Are there unhealthy habits in your life you are having a hard time break?  Is your '''Truth-talk''' negative or positive?  Thankfully, we are living in a time of revolution.  Dr. Leaf has showed us how to better understan how our thoughts affect our emotions and bodies.  She tells it all in her book:   Switch On Your Brain: The Key to Peak Happiness, Thinking, and Health

Posted: Monday, February 6th, 2017 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

Last night’s Super Bowl game was one for the record books!
All told, 24 Super Bowl records were topped and seven were tied.
“Most games played” to Tom Brady…
“Most games coached” to Bill Belichick…
“First Super Bowl won in overtime” to the Patriots… to name a few.
Before the game got interesting, I heard Joe Buck and the TV crew mention that no team in Super Bowl history had ever overcome a deficit of more than 10 points. I thought that was pretty lame! A 10-point lead can’t be overcome?! “Well, maybe tonight…The Patriots’ record-breaking comeback highlights an important truth about investing more time in the "'Truth-talk"' we listen to. 

The future may bring what the past has not.
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Posted: Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

Masaru Emoto was a Japanese researcher who discovered that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto explored how water reacted to positive thoughts and words.  His studies visually show how quatum physics takes us to the 10th demension.  

Posted: Sunday, January 15th, 2017 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

I remember the day I received a vivid lesson on the subtle power of what we hear.  A friend of mine and I were enjoying a great time of fellowship over lunch.  We were talking about "'Truth-Talk"' and the benefits we receive for listening to it on a daily basis.  We sat there for over an hour totally caught up in our conversation with each other.  Background music was softly being played.

As we walked out to our cars later, we both started signing the chorus to the song we recently heard.  We hadn't even really listened to the song, yet it had penetrated our spirits and was now lingering in our cousciousness.  Our mouths automatically started speaking what had been sown in our hearts through the gateway of our ears.  

That's why you need to be so selective about what type of conversation you permit yourself to hear.  Stop hanging around with people that constantly talk about their doubt and fears.  You can't do it without being adversely affected.   You may say, "oh , I just let those thoughts go in one ear and out the other."  But that's impossible!  Just as we ended up singing that song, you'll end up signing you friend's song of doubt and fear when times get tough.  

You simply must guard your ears.  The words you habitually listen to will become what you believe!!!