Embrace Change


Embrace Change.

If you are among the majority of us, letting go of what is no longer serving you and embracing the things that add value to your world can be rather challenging.

Especially when dealing with difficult life changing events. It is usually quite hard to let go and move on, but once you do so, you will feel free and realize it will prove to be the best decision you ever made.

Changing direction can be a fearful and painful process.

However, you must never allow fear to determine your future. Fear stands for, False Evidence Appearing Real. Fear exists only in our minds. Yes, it can be difficult to follow your heart when you are paralyzed by fear, but don’t allow your fears to deter you.

Use fear as a stepping stone to take you where you intend to go. Hold your head up high and utilize it for all it’s worth. Keep pushing. Some of us wait to make a move when change is involved. We wait for the perfect time before we take the first step.

Let me say this, there is no perfect time to change.

Oftentimes, the only choice you have is to let go and allow faith to take you where you need to go, because where you are is more painful then not changing. You realize that life is too short to wonder what might have been. You simply choose to be happy.

Take a moment and reflect on the fact that you are not the same person you were a year ago. You are in a different space today because you may have chosen to embrace change. Accept that you are always growing and expanding. This is the beauty of life. We get to become better than we were before each and every day.

And as we better ourselves, we become better to the people around us.

If you have not already done this yet, I encourage you to make a list of the changes you need to embrace in your life. Write down whatever or whomever is no longer serving your highest good. Remember, you are the only one who will see this list so be honest.

Write in great detail how you plan to make these changes to better your life. Once you have compiled your list. Work on it everyday and check off each completed change. Don’t worry too much if you have to stay on an item a bit longer than the others.

We all know that change takes at least 30 days to take root before it becomes a habit. The satisfaction is in making a sincere attempt. I wish you the best of luck in embracing change.


imageTynya R. Beverly is a Public Speaker, Spiritual Practitioner, and Ministerial Intern at the Center For Spiritual Awareness located in West Sacramento, California. Tynya is a premier sought after motivational speaker. To book Tynya R. Beverly to speak contact her at trbeverlyspeaker@gmail.com

Letting Go

imageLetting go is a necessary part of life. We have to let go of life experiences that are no longer serving us to free up space for new opportunities. We leave behind the past to make way for the present. Letting go doesn’t mean you don’t care about others, it simply means you know that only you have control over your actions.

As we grow, we begin to understand what we need and what we need to leave behind. We know when it is time to walk away; which could be a step forward. We will never achieve our highest and best if we are attached to things we need to let go of. Sometimes people and things are not meant to stay in your life forever.

People are in our lives for a reason, season or lifetime. We have very few lifetime relationships. So why do we get so bent out of shape when the reason or season is over? We need to learn to stop attempting to make season and reason people into lifetime people. We must learn how to release people in love when their time in our lives has come to an end.

Growing and expanding can be one of the hardest things you may ever have to experience. Yes, it is painful but necessary for growth. The only thing I see as being more painful, is being stuck. Stuck in hurt, stuck in anger, stuck in despair, stuck in resentment. When I compare the two, I will take growth any day.

Don’t get me wrong, we all get caught up, there is nothing wrong with allowing yourself to grieve. Grieving is a healthy part of the process but don’ t get stuck there. Don’t be afraid to let go and embrace change. Change always happens for a reason. Go with it. It is never easy but you are so worth it. Remember, you are the star in your world. You and only you determine how your story begins and ends.



Tynya R. Beverly is a Public Speaker, Spiritual Practitioner, and Ministerial Intern at the Center For Spiritual Awareness located in West Sacramento, California. Tynya is a premier sought after motivational speaker. To book Tynya R. Beverly to speak contact her at trbeverlyspeaker@gmail.com

The Biggest Victim…You (Part II)

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You are Powerful!

 Do you realize how powerful you are? Through the process of mind, you have the ability to change your situation, change your community, and change the world. Why do you think we forget this? As we move along in the human experience, we forget how powerful we are. We have an experience and we are deduced by it and find ourselves in the woe-is-me-thinking. When you think about it all experiences are benign. They are benign until we put our little blessing on it. The blessing or not is our thinking.

 Do you know that people don’t have power over you? Most of us give our power away. One of the ways we give our power away is by being a victim. The only power others have over you is the power you hand over to them on a plate. You serve it right up. Here, take my power because I am a victim. We all have taken it on at some point in our lives; being in the role of the victim. Doesn’t matter how you got there. It matters if you stay there and if it blocks your divine unfolding. By taking part in the victim game means you’ve placed yourself at their mercy of others. You are allowing others to take control of your life…how you feel or not…It’s like a game. The only thing is you are playing the game of being a victim.

 Think of it this way, if you’re not playing the leading role in this game of your life, then you’re probably playing a bit part in the game of someone else’s life. The game is not complicated. It is very simple. You must realize that the game is actually controlled by your own thinking and your own state of being, also it means being a victim of your own thought process. Thus, not only are you a victim of others, but you’re also a victim of your own mind. Stinkin’ Thinkin’!

 Sure you are. Not knowing that your own thoughts dictate and create the essence of your reality means you’re a victim of your own out of control thought process. However, you being unaware of how reality is actually created doesn’t change the fact of how reality is actually created! Now ask yourself: How do I feel about letting others dictate my reality for me? Does anything come up? Do you see someone’s face? With a slight change in the way you think. You can render other people powerless, just simply by changing your thinking, that is all the power you need. It’s not about who you are that holds you back; it’s who you think you’re not. As much as society tries to push their values and ideals onto you, it is ultimately up to you how you live your life.

image Tynya R. Beverly is a Public Speaker, Spiritual Practitioner, and Ministerial Intern at the Center For Spiritual Awareness located in West Sacramento, California. Tynya is a premier sought after motivational speaker. To book Tynya R. Beverly to speak contact her at trbeverlyspeaker@gmail.com

The Biggest Victim…You (Part I)


Some people are addicted to the trauma of the drama; they participate in a daily struggle against their own created turmoil. Some people are perpetual victims. Do you know anyone like this? There seems to always be struggle in the life of a victim. The people around them become unwitting performers in their dramatic scenes. Have you ever been an unwilling participant in someone’s drama or maybe your own?

The victim does not want to let go and move on, because they need to struggle and destroy, to live. That is the nature of being a victim. Blame is the getaway vehicle the victim uses to flee the scenes of their emotional crimes. The pain we carry within ourselves is flung and strewn on everyone we encounter; contaminating every peaceful moment with spots of uneasiness and discord. We are raging against ourselves. We fight outward enemies because we are afraid to confront the enemy within. As victims, we are deeply wounded people. Victimhood is dangerous to your peace of mind, your family, and your life.

When we try to help a person in victimhood, they can behave like a wounded animal that will bite your hand. A victim will suck you into their hellish world if you let them. A victim will keep you there forever, drama after drama, as their emotional support — as their prisoner. It will never end; every molehill made into a mountain of problems — mountains of madness.

When you find yourself hanging off the cliff with someone in victim hood. Be careful. If they pull you over the edge, you may have to cut the rope. Sometimes letting go of someone is the only way to survive.

Definition of a Victim:
A victim is someone who believes, sincerely, that they are at the bottom end of some personal conspiracy. That the forces of the universe conspires against all their endeavors, ironically, it is this belief that results in the endless gathering of evidence, by the victim, to prove this. Thus, it is often difficult for the victim to see the truth through this clouded paradigm of self-deceit and defeat.

Part II to be posted in two weeks!


image Tynya R. Beverly is a Public Speaker, Spiritual Practitioner, and Ministerial Intern at the Center For Spiritual Awareness located in West Sacramento, California. Tynya is a premier sought after motivational speaker. To book Tynya R. Beverly to speak contact her at trbeverlyspeaker@gmail.com

The Universal Law of “As Within, So With Out”

as-within-so-withoutAffirmation: My outside world is an exact reflection of my inner world.
The Universe and your surroundings rearrange themselves to bring you what you believe. They reflect your existing reality. So it is literally, “as within, so without.”
Your outside world is really an exact reflection of your inner world. This is how your lessons on Earth are presented to you. So look at your life and see what you have in your life. Do you like your friends? Do you like your job? Are you happy in your relationships? Are you really happy in your life?
Whatever is presented to you in your life, is how you feel on the inside. If you understand this, then your life may be easier for you. How you feel is reflected back to you in your reality. You are manifesting your life based on how you are feeling. Your feelings create your reality.
If you are angry on the inside, you will find angry people in your life who are mirroring your anger back to you. The angrier you are, the angrier friends you will have. Like minded attracts like minded. Your anger is attracting angry friends. This is also true if you have suppressed anger. If you are angry on the inside and hide this anger, you will still attract angry friends. You may hide your anger from your friends, but you can’t hide this from yourself.
If you feel abandoned, people may leave you, withdraw emotionally or even die. Again, how you feel is reflected back to you, in your reality. You are manifesting your life based on how you are feeling. Your feelings create your reality.
If you beat yourself up with your thoughts or are self-critical, you will attract people who will reflect this by putting you down or even physically hitting you. Again, look at your life and your situations. What would you like to change? If you change on the inside, your outside will change as well.
If you feel loved, safe, secure, and happy on the inside, you will have a safe, secure, and a happy life surrounded by people who love you. Also, your inner integrity will be matched by those around you. The people in your life will be honest, creative, generous-hearted, or modest to the extent that you are.
Always remember that peace within leads to outside peace in your life. As within, so without. So, if you wish to change something in your life, you must look within yourself to alter your attitudes and beliefs in order for your outer world to change. Change yourself on the inside and watch your outer world change. You must make the change and not wait for others to change. To have something you have never had before, you must do something you have never done before.
Instead of arguing with someone, have peace in your heart and don’t argue at all. Watch as the other person stops arguing. Tell them you are sorry even if you feel they are at fault and watch them apologize to you as well. It is better to be happy than right. Do not let your emotions and ego dictate your life. People will always resonate at your energy level. If you have love in your heart, you will attract loving people in your life. As within, so without. And if they don’t, you may need to love them from a distance. You will always know how you feel.
If you are kind and generous, you will have people in your life who are kind and generous to you. You are manifesting your reality based on how you feel. When you feel better and good about yourself and your life, you are resonating at a higher energy vibration and you will tend to laugh more and have more joy in your heart. So look at your life and make the appropriate changes to get you to laugh more and shift your consciousness level higher. As a friend of mine always says, “have smiles to share!!” We are at a time, in this moment, where there is a great shift occurring.



Everyone in this world is worthy of love, and that includes you. The great thing about love is, that its abundance—it does not run out—and you can start with this spiritual law which is to: “love thyself. Let the truth be told that, surely, you cannot love anyone until you love yourself.”

Self-Love is totally in your control. It is a choice that you can make every day, as well as a shift in how you view love. If you can love yourself deeply and truly, you will generate plenty of love for the world around you, and you will start to see yourself as being entirely worthy of love, in return.

You are worthy of love. Let me say it again. You are worthy of love! What happens inside when you hear that statement? “You are worthy of Love.” Does your heart open up and do you breathe a sigh of relief? Or do you immediately say to yourself “yeah right” and shut down?

For years I cringed inside when anyone suggested that I was worthy of love. I really wanted to believe it was true and felt I “should love myself”, but deep inside I felt so unworthy.
I thought that everything about me had to change in order for me to be worthy of love.

When I lost the weight, then I would be worthy. When I wasn’t so self-conscious, when I had the career I wanted, when I was more interesting…the list went on and on.

Underneath it all, was this deeply limiting belief that: When I became perfect, I would be worthy of love. Until then, I didn’t really deserve it. Until one day, somebody told me about the sun. And they said: The sun shines equally on everything on the planet.

It doesn’t pick and choose where to shine its rays based on how good or bad things are. It just gives its warmth equally. And this got me thinking. Maybe love was like the sun. And maybe it had been shining on me all along, I just couldn’t see it.

My rain clouds of unworthiness had been blocking it from my view. So I made a decision in my Foundations class in 1999, to look with the eyes of love and pay attention to all of the love that was coming into my life. And each time I felt love I would say to myself, “Tynya, you have this love because you deserve it.” Pretty soon I started to feel more worthy. Not because anything about me changed, but because I made a decision to let it in.

Have you decided that you are not worthy of love right now because you have to “do or be something”, before you deserve it? If so, please consider that the only thing you have to do is allow yourself to be loved right now, just as you are. And the only thing you have to be, is you. Need proof?

Think of a newborn baby. Would you ever think this to yourself: “That baby doesn’t deserve love? It’s not perfect.” I’m guessing no. You would probably say that even if it cries and spits and screams, that little baby deserves all the love in the world. Guess what? You’re just a grown up baby!

You were worthy of love from the moment you were born and that hasn’t changed. You are worthy of love simply because you are here. Love is all around you and when you remove the blocks of unworthiness and decide you deserve it just because, it will show up in miraculous ways. Will you let it in?

Leap Year – Feb. 29: The thought for today is Trust.

Science now tells us that trust grows from how we treat each other. In each situation when our needs compete with those of others, no matter how small or large, we each chose to act in our self-interest or in the interest of others.

When we can say, “Trust the process whatever comes, we will not be afraid because the divine Self is within us,” then this resoluteness and faith will enable us to work free from tension, agitation, and fear of defeat. The person who works in this way is at peace, because he or she is not anxious about results and trust the process.

Today: “I am willing to embrace the inner trust that I have, to ensure all that I want – is given the opportunity to unfold.” ~ Eleesha