The world pulls our attention outward, but power comes from focusing inward. Here's how to spend a day in silence, to let your soul speak.
Tag: self love
"I'm too busy for self care...but I need it." Then here's what you need to do.
We had a great discussion in class today that I want to share with you: The bottom line is this: In healing and in life, our first priority is ourself. If we’re in a bad situation, an abusive relationship, or a toxic workplace, then our first priority is getting out of that situation and getting … Continue reading The first priority for healing is not them; it’s you
It makes us happy to help others. So why would we deny someone the pleasure of helping *us*? Instead: Receive.
We can work towards a goal of being pure, spiritual, and loving. But along the way, we might need a detour--to keep us balanced.
When I began my healing journey, it was 2013 and I was fit and vegan. It's 2020, and I'm neither. But I've learned to be okay with that.
One of the best parts of my 4-year road trip of self-discovery had absolutely nothing to do with spirituality, and everything to do with joy.
No matter what we’re talking about, there’s “the real thing” and then there’s “less than the real thing.” The former has no substitute. Continue reading.
On the 4-year anniversary of quitting the federal government, let me tell you why I did it.
"Let him who would move the world, first move himself." ~ Socrates I first encountered this quote during the training to become a Teacher of Kundalini Yoga, and so I equate it with Yogi Bhajan. Today marks the anniversary of the day he transitioned out of his life on Earth; I suppose this is why … Continue reading What’s “Step 1”?
It's often thought that we shouldn't allow ourselves to get angry. Or that anger is a negative emotion. That can be true--if it becomes destructive, if it is vented unconsciously. But. Continue reading.