We are so used to trying to “fix” everything. Our parents, teachers, religious institutions, political leaders, and very societies all operate under the belief that life is about fixing, improving, and striving for an ideal state. The moment our pure childhood minds were filled with beliefs and judgments about life was the moment we start […]
Non-resistance is the process of surrendering to life and is a key teaching in many spiritual traditions. Since birth we are raised to believe that we can control life. Unfortunately this belief causes untold amounts of stress, anger and fear. When we learn how to stop resisting the flow and current of life, we are filled with more love, acceptance and freedom.
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Over and over again mindfulness has been proven to both spiritually and scientifically calm the mind, ground the body, and increase overall wellbeing and good health. Yet, when it comes to practicing mindfulness, many of us quickly get bored, distracted or frustrated. And eventually, mindfulness is a concept that rapidly gets shoved somewhere on our […]
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Don’t try to hide inside anger, radiance that cannot be hidden. ~ Rumi (The Essential Rumi) We’ve all at some time in our lives felt anger ignite within us with a fiery intensity. This feeling surges through our veins in an intoxicating way, yet we also know that it can get us into a lot […]
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