This is Part Two of the conversation we featured last week. As with Part One, this conversation will seem very abstract when viewed from a “me-based” personality. Now, I don’t want to isolate anyone. I am usually a profoundly practical gal,
It’s so fascinating to notice how different life is after a genuine recognition of our True Nature. All of us spend a majority of our early lives lived through the interpretations of our mind. Our minds are largely fear-based,
What?! That is all I can say. WHAT?!?! Okay, I can say a whole lot more. It’s maddening to watch the same prejudice, blame, and steamrolling happening from the very victims of it! We need to expose the damage, harm,
Confusing spiritual practices? Yeah, there is a whole host of misrepresentation, crappy teaching, powerful teaching and excellent clarity. The job is for you to listen to what resonates as TRUE to you….unless you want endurance training. Then sure,
We humans need a season to be feral. We need a big chunk of doing-nothing to have more seasons of effective, smart, and fulfilling output. In all living things, creativity and nourishment require time off from the busy train. Time to loll about, nap,
I’d love for you to know how to navigate anger in a healthy and sane way! So, let’s crack open one of the top tips for navigating your own anger: communicating your boundaries! Anger is always about boundaries.
Do you ever take on a project you know isn’t going to be perfect? Is it better to do something great, and pass on all the so-so projects? Or is it better to do something just to learn and practice? Do you present something half-assed?
Okay, let’s face it: relationships are hard. Mostly because you are lovers, roommates, business partners, AND friends. That’s a lot of hats. And if all those hats are full of fear, painful beliefs, and not-enough stories,
We all have compulsions (not to use that word lightly), areas of our lives were we kinda go blind and reach for stimulus without really being conscious of what we are doing. And many of us have addictions (not to use that word lightly either),
What is moral? What is ethical? Guess it depends on your culture, on your religion, on your community? Or is there one basic, ultimate rule to live by? Is there good and evil? I know and understand truth. And the tricky thing about truth is that there ...