Do you struggle to follow your heart because you fear disappointing other people? Does it seem what others want from you is rarely what you want for yourself? Do you feel doomed to make decisions that will disappoint someone no matter how hard you try?
The silence of our heart is the balance to the busy demanding world we live in. This is why so many people are hungry for and enjoying the heart of meditation. The unending presence we find within is very healing for all our limits physically, emotionally, and in the world.
We can't find inner peace and be in-tune with ourselves when we are pushing ourselves to ignore everybody else's energies. We have to remember to acknowledge and recognize what we have picked up, then take action to help ourselves.
You get to decide when it is time to let go of the things that don't feel good in order to enjoy all that does. Give it a try and see what happens when you let go!
We are living in times where we are more accessible than ever before. So in an age where we have access to our friends, families, strangers, celebrities and so on at the touch of a button on a device that fits into the palm of our hand, how are there lonely people?
In times of struggle, having a resilient spirit becomes an asset that seems to transform challenges into opportunities for growth. The question then becomes, how do we learn and grow from our challenges instead of becoming trapped or swallowed by them?
Whether you are reinventing your career, your business, your lifestyle or your relationships, you have to take certain steps to effectively make the change happen. Skip a step and you'll probably wind up right back where you started. That's how people get stuck.
Maybe we need to make sure that if we are busy we're busy with something that is truly important and valuable. Not busy checking social media shares or moving bits of paper around the office that no one ever reads.
You don't have to live without joy. True happiness can be yours by taking consistent action in a few areas. Incorporate these four daily rituals into your day and become a much happier you.
My choice to commit to a practice of journaling my gratitude on a regular basis has clearly demonstrated to me that gratitude helps us to make mindful choices, manage expectations, and stay present when there are many demands on us, especially during the holidays.
"At one point I said, 'Don't be frightened.' And I remember thinking that's the most ridiculous thing. You are frightened and I am frightened and we have to share it rather than pretend it's not there." Sharing what we're feeling.
How can we lighten the emotional weight of anger and re-route it into strength? Here are a few tips to move that anger into a lighter, more positive and productive mental space.
There are healthy risks and unhealthy risks, so it's about identifying how comfortable you are with risks -- in every area of your life.
Let's be conscious of the attitude and the energy that we bring as we embark on another holiday season. As we start to feel overwhelmed or stressed, we can merely shift our thoughts back to the true intent of the holidays.
When you're in the classroom as the student, you must be your true authentic self. That means taking off your social mask and releasing your ego-based fears so the teacher can see you.
As torturous as having to be patient may be, it's in the moments that require us to be patient that we become our greatest self. Patience is one of life's great lessons, and what we learn during those agonizing moments is in reality a precious gift.