Watching those leaves at the top of the tree? Superb. How does it feel? The air on your face -- is it cold? Your breath billows of steam? Did you forget your coat? No worry. This mindfulness won't take long.
How can you get back on track? It's difficult to know your own truths, but that has to happen first.
I want to share my story with you that made me feel vulnerable but kind of special. I want to thank Arianna for her inspiring words and response (she ...
The truth is, when we feel young, it's nice to have a conversation with someone younger, reminding us how far we've come. And that our experiences have value. And when we feel old, it's nice to be reminded that we still have so far to go. Long stretches of time to make mistakes, and fail, and fail again.
As little kids, when we got an idea we'd get all excited and would naturally, without thinking, share it with our friends. There was no fear of reje...
When these times come up for me, I know I'll get past them, but life is short and it's not where I want to be parked. Here are seven ways to break through to your core, passion and purpose. Explore each one and notice the change.
Want what you have. And have a dream. Know that when that dream comes true it will include all sorts of things you might appear to not want. Want this dream to come true anyway. And want to have new dreams. And know the things you appear not to want are part of the golden crack.
Morning Alarm. Snooze. Wake up. Grab a coffee. Go to work. Pay your bills. Strive to get the pay raise you need. Do what is of expected of you. Work l...
I think it's time that women embrace the fact that NOT wanting to have children does not make us unworthy, or less than whole. Your life is your own. Your decisions will affect your entire time here on this earth. Do what suits you, however, If you choose to bring a child into this world then your decisions have been made and your role is exponentially important.
I began investing my time, money, and energy healing the inside. As my inner self grew stronger, I came to understand I was enough on the outside, too.
LBL thanks you, blind man and blind dog, for reminding her that amidst the endless barrage of shouting and visual bombardment that we have created for our world, it sometimes takes a quiet, non-sighted moment to allow us to see.
The world changes. We become aware of such change by listening to how we feel. Whether in the wilds of the woods or life, if something doesn't feel right, it probably isn't. Look at it. Change your map accordingly. Make a course correction. It's the only way to get home.
I want to feel joy for joy's sake Not wanting to earn it Or reach it Or arrive finally at its door After working And seeking After years of wracking p...
I had never encountered such a depth of ugliness until I observed others on a quest for superficial beauty. I was beginning to feel as though I was witnessing zombies walking straight into the mouth of a giant, black hole. It wasn't the fault of the makeup artists or the beauty advisors in the store.
By all outward appearances I was pretty successful. I was married for 25 years, raised 3 fabulous kids in an upper middle class suburb and thought I was living the American dream of the boomer generation that I was part of. Yet, I knew there was something missing.
In this video, Eckhart Tolle explains that when we relate to others from the level of form, our ego goes into comparison mode by evaluating our physical appearance, wealth, education, knowledge, and power, in relation to the other person.