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Choose your words carefully!

January 24th, 2018 by yesworldwide

The word YES, as I’m sure you know is a way to counteract negativity. And since human beings have a pronounced negative bias, it is twice as easy to convince you something negative will happen as opposed to something positive, let’s help ourselves by saying “yes” more. Say “yes” out loud. Do you feel the positivity, the forward movement? Yes starts things moving.

Now say “no.” It stops things doesn’t it? Words have power and since you think a word before you say it, you have an internal experience of each word you say. Therein lies the problem. In the English language there are 2 ½ times more words to express negative emotions than positive ones!

Choose your words carefully. “Unstoppable” , “I love…”, and “yes” will get you moving in the right direction.

Positive Power

December 20th, 2017 by yesworldwide
I live in a cool apartment from the 20s. Its very quaint, a bit funky, and has paper thin insulation between my second floor unit and the one below me.

Last year a new tenant moved into the downstairs unit and positioned her bed directly below our stairwell leading into the apartment and below our living room. Every movement in and out of the building- walk across our living room or quiet conversation on our couch- she hears. In rebuttal, we often hear a loud thumping of a broom stick banging from her bedroom on our floor. Despite our best attempts to enter quietly and talk moderately after ten the rebuttal reminds us that its not quiet enough. Occasionally we have gotten an angry letter, or visit the next day, complaining of the insomniacs in our apartment, who have the audacity to move about to use the bathroom or sigh at night. Twice we have gotten a threat of eviction notice from our Realty company- once for having a conversation late at night and once for packing until late and walking down the stairwell to exit the apartment.

A couple weeks ago, I had an intuitive work with me at the house for support on personal issues. She sat on the couch above the tenant below, and noticed the tenant’s energy  bellow calling out to her. She invited us both to direct a healing to her and the apartment below. An energy form emerged from the two of us that was shaped like an egg beater, that moved into the  space below and clearing the space and blanketing the tenant with warmth and acceptance.

A few days later, I was walking down the courtyard  towards my apartment and  passed the tenant a few feet from a handsome young man. She giggled at me and informed me he was teaching her to throw a football. A half hour later I reemerged from my apartment and now the couple had progressed in their throw and were several yards  apart passing the ball back and forth. The two called out to me and asked me to join them in throwing the football. The tenant now was beaming. We exchanged laughter and encouragement.

Several weeks have passed now without a thump from below. Instead, when we pass now on the walkway, I am greeted with a friendly hello.

Katie Mickey


November 20th, 2017 by yesworldwide

I try and be kind of course but it’s not so easy when I get irritated. Last week while at the hairdresser with my 21 year old daughter, she helped me understand that the words may be all right but the tone falls short.  As in, “My daughter is a blonde––– those streaks you added are brown. Please correct this.”  The words were okay but there was an irritation and a certain demanding quality to my tone that was not kind. I’m meditating on the Dali Lama’s statement, “Kindness is my religion.” This is what I am saying YES to today.


October 20th, 2017 by yesworldwide

I’ve seen the research and I know that when you smile it makes you feel better but it can have the same effect on someone else. I found this out when I was being extraordinarily challenged with legal issues, and felt quite beaten down. As I was walking through the courthouse, a woman I didn’t know smiled warmly and broadly at me. I was so touched by her smile that tears formed in my eyes for I sensed that I wasn’t completely alone for the smile of a stranger had comforted me.

Why I believe in the positive power of YES!

September 17th, 2017 by yesworldwide

I don’t think there is any point in being negative, because everything happens for a reason.  Even the difficult parts of my life have molded me into who I am.  No matter what the circumstances, I want to be the best person I can be.  The world doesn’t need any more complaining negative people, it needs people who accept life and appreciate that life is guiding them.  I ride whatever waves are coming in.  Like Gandhi I try to be the change I want to see.

~Stephanie Ford

A Healing Mirror

August 28th, 2017 by yesworldwide

By Christen Brown

When Louise Hay was asked what is the most powerful exercise for transformation, she suggests doing mirror work.  One of my all time favorite exercises involves doing a forgiveness practice in front of a mirror.  This mirror work is covered thoroughly in my first book “Star Quality.”  Essentially what you do is stand in front of a mirror, look into your eyes, and say “I forgive myself completely.”  It’s not important that you know what you are forgiving yourself for, but it is important that you say it from your heart.  Our biggest problem is that we are judgemental and don’tknow how to fully love ourselves.  This exercise allows you to forgive yourself for all the times you’ve criticized yourself and made yourself feel badly.  Try it.  Stand in front of a mirror and say “I, (your name), forgive myself completely.”  It’s freeing and it’s nourishing on a very deep level.



Positive Emotions and Your Health

July 20th, 2017 by yesworldwide

By Christen Brown

Positive emotions and good health have a strong link.  In a new study by the Journal of Psychological Science, we find that positive emotions affect the health of people around the world.  And, amazingly, contraty to the beliefs of researchers the study found that health and positive emotions like enjoyment, love, and happiness were stronger in countries whose GDP was not particularly strong.  In other words, the GDP of Malawi is $900 per year, and they have a better connection between health and positive emotions than citizens of the US.  Let’s pick it up America; we need to give up our worrying and negative thinking and let ourselves live in a naturally positive place.  Surely we can do as well as the Malawi!

Saying Yes to Life

May 20th, 2017 by yesworldwide

No matter what shows up in your life, when you say “yes”, you are fully in the present to receive what life is offering you.  It may not be what you want in that moment but on the other hand, it may be exactly what you need.  You can always find a yes in any situation.

Consider as The Power of Yes tells us on page 16,  “Life guides you to YES.  A good way to approach life is when a situation occurs, ask yourself what is this person trying to teach me?”  Doing this will allow you to be fully present in this moment.

2017 A Year of Yes

February 3rd, 2017 by yesworldwide

Here’s something that is in sync with where we are going.  I thought you would enjoy this:
2017 A Year of Yes
Every Good Wish,

Giving Back

January 9th, 2017 by yesworldwide

At the beginning of 2017, as you set your intentions for this new year, remember that the Power of YES tells us to CHOOSE your best thought and your best feeling. As you regularly choose your highest and best feeling, and your highest and best thought, you’ll find you not only have more energy, but you will notice that you also have acquired a sense of gratitude. From a place of gratitude, you’ll want to share, to give back.

This year,, “What is your contribution?  How do you give back? Oor pay it forward? ”  At YES Worldwide, we have chosen a project near and dear to our hearts, helping survivors of sexual abuse speak out and find the justice they have been seeking. Our goal, through Victims Get Vocal, a non-profit 501c3, is to raise public awareness about sexual molestation crimes and how our justice system can do a better job prosecutingattackers and holding them accountable.  You can find out more about our project at  What is your contribution?
~ Christen Brown