Life hardships,obstacles can be your bridge to a better opportunity.
Be ye transformed by renewing your mind. Affirm yourself-release the past, the brokenness, give up the struggle and move forward. TODAY
We all have had our ups and downs in our lives, some more than others. But, how we end up in the end, determines how we actually see the storms. The storms help us to change to a better and stronger person. Resisting change can make the obstacles, the hindrances and the storms become even more unbearable. However, if we choose to view them in a different light, change can move us into a bigger and better job, or a more rewarding, loving relationship -it indeed can make us better.
The affirmations presented in “Transformations: Give Up the Struggle,” can be a turning point in your life. View hardships as helpers to a stronger you. See obstacles as ripples in a pond as you move closer to your victory. Discover that hindrances are hurdles that make you jump high above the clouds. See that valleys are mere lessons that will release you from your past and help heal the brokenness. Be ye transformed by renewing of your mind. Affirm yourself-release the past, give up the struggle and move forward -TODAY!
What People Are Saying …
“Life is an eternal journey with infinite messages. Renee miraculously personifies faith through positive affirmations and powerful observations full of insight and wisdom that serve as an elixir to uplift your spirit and transform your soul”
— Monda R. Webb-Author & Poet
“The book is enlightening. It is an easy read-pocket-size book which I can easily carry. I apply these affirmations to both my personal and business life.”
– Dreidre A. Prator
“I wish Ms. Wiggins had written this book a few years ago while I was still working, there is so much in this book that I could have applied to help me get through each working day. Now I am on a new journey and I will apply one of Renee’s quote: (“I have learned to confront fear instead of letting fear control me and hold me back “) in my personal life.” –Gwen Mealing