One Sunday morning, I was in meditation and my husband was sitting in a chair across from me. My eyes popped open and I declared “I am so well-behaved I could be a nun!” After he finished choking and spluttering on his coffee, I was able to explain.
I’m Catholic, for starters. Here’s what I offer for proof. I am the fifteenth child out of a family of sixteen (yes, by the same parents).
I have improved my life immensely by slowly adding more and more good habits.
I even own a convent! It’s called The Olive Branch Retreat, formerly the Franciscan Nun Convent, Portiuncula in Central Minnesota.
I guess that’s all it takes to qualify me to give advice on Good Habits.
At this point in my life, I consider myself more innately Spiritual (now called New Age) and less religious. I have been on a path of self-education with a major in spirituality and a minor in healing. Having been diagnosed with muscular dystrophy while a mother to two very young children, there have been challenges in my life that initiated this path. Today, I am very grateful for all of my life challenges and what they have taught me. I am also very proud of my evolution and feel compelled to assist others so they can see that a fulfilling life is available to everyone.
I am literally going to steal my mission statement from someone… I
“My personal mission is to use my talent for researching and synthesizing ideas, along with my passion for informing others, to challenge, empower, and inspire people to purposeful and transformative action.”Hélène Tragos Stelian
That’s good stuff Hélène.