Giving up everything and dedicating your live to a monastic way of life might be one way to find inner abundance, but this article isn't for those people. It's for those who live in the world, but are not of it.
Even though the Olympics are over, my kids are still whipped into a frenzy. Lindsey Vonn is their first real childhood idol. Households all over the world are filled with children dreaming of gold medals.
In ancient times, dreams were considered a direct link to higher insight and spiritual guidance. In our contemporary world, dreams continue to confound and stir up our waking thoughts. Can they also be tapped into for specific insights?
With Lindsey and Shaun, and with many others, I recognize the familiar look of both exhilaration and relief as their runs come to an end. Four years is a long time to have to wait for another shot at an Olympic medal.
Your sense of status, place in life and well-being may have come to depend upon a level of income and expenditure. Expectations dashed, disappointment and financial loss can make for deep-seated misery.
Mojo is that positive spirit toward what we're doing that starts on the inside and radiates out. When I think about people who succeed at what they do and how they feel about themselves, I realize they all have mojo.
I'm not going to get into the same old thing about setting goals but at the very least you should have set out what you'd like to achieve this year. These goals should do to two things: 1) excite you 2) scare you