Surviving a disease or crisis is something to be proud of, but we aren’t honoring the whole of who we are if it’s the primary way we identify our self.
The Biodome desert experiment proved that trees need the challenge of strong winds to grow tall. What’s the lesson for us?
Bad “seeds” can easily be dropped into our mind-garden, so we must exercise wise care in what we allow into consciousness.
Dread and anxiety burden many of us today, but by turning our curiosity inward and working through fears and constrictions, we can move into a realm of daily calm and peace.
Over-perfectionism can drive us and our loved ones crazy, but by rethinking what ‘perfect’ means, we can reorient our lives and attain a more perfect happiness.
When we embrace silence rather than the chatter of humanity’s mental noise, realms of love and freedom open up to us.
By combining our love for the Divine with a passion for positive change, we can better the planet a step at a time.
When we follow a vision, hatch a plan and learn to counter misguided beliefs, we become the best version of our true self.
The more often we practice the simple act of saying “Thanks,” the more deeply joy and appreciation become ingrained in our character.
When our focus shifts away from survival, we gain access to our essential self and act from a higher consciousness.