25 episodes

I am more than a child raised by a single parent, an individual who experienced childhood sexual abuse, and my other experiences. My mission is to create A Generational Love Cycle. We can shine our Light together by transcending our experiences and remember who we are.

Create A Generational Love Cycle With Timika S Chambers Timika S Chambers

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I am more than a child raised by a single parent, an individual who experienced childhood sexual abuse, and my other experiences. My mission is to create A Generational Love Cycle. We can shine our Light together by transcending our experiences and remember who we are.

    Give From The Heart

    Give From The Heart

    Happy New Year!  In the first episode of the year, I share one of the many principles my mother taught me as a child and how it's essential to creating a generational love cycle.  Create A Generational Love Cycle is not about religion but spiritual evolution and revolution.  Everything you need to be who you are is already inside of you.  This podcast aims to help you remember who you are.

    Timika S Chambers

    • 19 min
    It's More Than Being Positive. It's A Way Of Life.

    It's More Than Being Positive. It's A Way Of Life.

    With every experience, we choose our perspective.  Choosing to transmute our childhood trauma comes from the inside out.  It's not about being positive for me.  I prefer to face my emotions and feelings and use them to better myself and others.  It's work---a continual mastery of myself, but every effort counts because I deserve to live my life, and so do you.

    Make this New Year be more about than resolutions. With conviction, take your life back. When you love yourself, loving behaviors (healthy eating, activities, joy, peace, purpose, and other life-sustaining emotions and feelings) follow.

    Make this lifetime great!  You still can!!

    Timika S Chambers

    • 20 min
    Give Yourself The Greatest Gift Of All

    Give Yourself The Greatest Gift Of All

    Recently, I learned that for some people who experienced childhood sexual abuse, the holidays might be a challenging time (triggers, etc.).  May this episode encourage, inspire, and empower you to take your life back.  Don't wait until the new year.  Realize today that you are more significant than your abuse experience, and you are here for reasons. 

    Step into the new year accepting and acknowledging your Truths, dismantling myths, and parting ways from your abuse experience. Cultivate a life-sustaining mindset and uncover the treasures that are inside of you.  Set your navigation to return to the place inside you where there is a peace that surpasses understanding.  Come back Home.

    You have every right to take your life back.

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    • 20 min
    How You Can Hold Onto Your Identity After A Traumatic Event

    How You Can Hold Onto Your Identity After A Traumatic Event

    Continual observation of our inner garden is necessary for removing weeds and anything else that doesn't belong to us.  Don't let others' actions and opinions rob you of your abundant harvest.  A mental transformation occurs before a physical one. So keep planting seeds of curiosity, joy, peace, purpose, and Truth! These childlike curiosities didn't cause the trauma; someone used them for evil and not good.  

    Remember who you are.

    Timika 

    • 27 min
    Will You Take On The Gratitude Challenge (Opportunity)?

    Will You Take On The Gratitude Challenge (Opportunity)?

    I know how hard it is making sense out of nonsense, but gratitude has been the two-way fence for preserving me (my childhood dreams, innocence, and the determination to be more than my childhood sexual abuse experience. In every experience, there is something to be grateful for. When you embody gratitude, you keep fueling the Light within yourself.  You say yes to yourself, and you say no to the baggage of pain someone tried to project on you.

    Timika Chambers

    • 20 min
    Resiliency: An Often Overlooked Superpower

    Resiliency: An Often Overlooked Superpower

    Often, we overlook this inborn trait, but nature can remind us who we are.  You are more powerful than you can imagine.

    1. Believe that you are resilient.

    2. Believe that you can access this superpower.  Spend time reflecting on nature and how you are here today regardless of what you've experienced.

    3. Believe that you can change your thoughts.  If you believe that you are doomed, weak, or any other false adjective because of what others did to you or didn't do, know that you are still here for reasons. You can bounce back to your natural state of curiosity, joy, peace, purpose, trust, and like-minded virtues.

    4. Make a list of how you've overcome past experiences and how you can continue to move forward with your life.

    Until next time,

    Timika S Chambers

    • 22 min

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