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If you are anything like me, you typically depend on logic, reasoning, and thinking to make decisions. It seems I have created invisible barriers between aspects of my life and
Fear…most of us have it. We all face it at some time or another. Fear of the unknown, fear of a new experience, you name it. Some fears are irrational.
This weekend, I attended a meditation event and once again found it magical how so many people can come together to learn and share such a life-altering, yet deeply personal
Practice: often defined as doing one activity or another with some semblance of frequency and consistency in an attempt to improve said practice. “Practice makes perfect.” In any mindfulness class–whether
There is one thing that we all want, one thing that we strive for – happiness. Happiness however is a journey, not a destination. Research by Shawn Achor, positive psychologist
Being human means that we’re attracted to what feels good, and resistant to what doesn’t. That’s the ground of our humanness, and a primary cause of our fear and suffering.
Everywhere I go, I hear the same phrase over and over again: “I’m sorry.” Or, the shorter version, “sorry.” I myself used to be guilty of repeating this phrase, as
For as long as I can remember, my mind has been captive to negative thoughts. I wasn’t necessarily aware of it, but I was definitely not a “glass half full”
“I have no idea how not to think.” In my line of work, we often joke about “death by PowerPoint.” You know what I’m talking about–we’ve all been there! Someone
“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” – Confucius When I was a little boy, I loved to sit on my dad’s lap when he got home from work.