Archive October 2018

You are so much stronger than you think you are

You are so much stronger than you think you are

You are so much stronger than you think you are and don’t you agree that it’s time to think about yourself and what you want to do next? It’s your life, isn’t it? Haven’t you given enough to others?

Of course, when you begin to speak your mind not everyone will agree with you. They might feel pretty uncomfortable and “attack” you because the new you is not what some people are used to, or want to experience.

Listen, you cannot stay small for others. You are ready to rise and take charge of your life. If you ever feel discouraged or unsure, just ask your Angels and spirit helpers for help.

With love,

Cath B.

Art by Jolanta Krawzcak.



Trust 🙏 Be truly honest with yourself and do what you feel is right. I know that this is not easy; I have been there myself, and even if the truth is right in front of you it’s very easy to look away and to dismiss that gut feeling within you. However, that niggling feeling will not go away.

It may take years because it’s a process you need to go through. At the end of the day, when something needs to change; your intuition will continue to show you signs until you do something about it. So what would you do if you weren’t scared?

Opportunities will come to you when you let go of your fear and most importantly when you put your TRUST in the Universe and yourself – you are capable to change your life, to follow your dreams and do anything that your soul is yearning for.

Love and light,

Cath B

Graphic made with Adobe Spark by Cath B.



Sometimes you need to press the pause button,

take a moment and listen to yourself.

What do you want?

Are you pushing yourself to the limit?

There are times when we rush into something

and we later realise that it wasn’t really what we wanted.

Just pause and think it through.

You can always change direction

or approach your situation differently.

With love, Cath B.

Photo by Cath B

Card from “Crazy sexy love notes” by Kris Carr & Lori Portka