Everything slows down by dropping into a space and time that is devoted just to you. Claim your power through meditation and release thoughts and actions that no longer serve you.
We process about sixty thousand thoughts a day, which explains why it’s so easy for our minds to go astray. Some of these thoughts move in and out of us: Grocery lists, random memories, and trivial facts grab our attention for a moment then disappear. Other thoughts stay with us, reappearing over and over again to distract or nag or
I love the word zen. Just saying it bathes me in tranquility. But establishing and holding this place of peace is a commitment that requires purposeful action. That’s why I do all I can to make it a priority in my life. Inner peace becomes more available when we dedicate specific times to meditate, eat well, exercise and spend time
I am a feet on the ground kind of yogi. I am drawn to spirit, nature, and energy but without integrating spiritual experiences into my life on a practical level, there’s no truth there for me. Practical tools help us stay in the flow of life. To me, staying in the flow means keeping myself fluid and awake so I
I have realized the great value of a daily spiritual practice through the unpredictability of life. When you feel you have put everything in the proper order, secured a routine, dotted all the i’s and crossed the t’s . . . and yet the unexpected still happens. Life is challenging, and when we don’t accept its lessons but rather sit
I’m not the kind of person who needs statistics and medical evidence to convince me that my meditation practice is making a profound difference in my life, but I respect people who do. This is why I was so encouraged when I saw this article from Forbes Magazine that speaks to the impact that different kinds of meditation have on
Letting go could be the biggest leap of faith there is. Holding on tight to the tenderest circumstances of life is something we have been taught to do from a very young age. When I was a budding beginner on this healing path, I used to think that letting go was an impossible feat. When the concept was introduced to