Forgiveness is a powerful, often misunderstood, human experience. When we have been hurt or wronged by someone, one of the most natural reactions is…
You have to know the difference between Truth and judgment. We all know there is a fine line between judgment and discernment. Sometimes we don’t know which side of that line we are walking on. It is very simple…
Release the energy around the past negative experiences so you can finally release the program or belief surrounding what is holding you back.
Your strength – and ability to deal with stress – comes from remaining open to all the experiences that life has for you.
Living mindfully is one of the easiest and most natural methods of alleviating tension and all of its side effects. Meditation refuels the mind. We have to recharge regularly in order to function as well as we can.
If we begin to align thoughts, words, and actions in the moment with conscious intention, a super/higher consciousness evolves naturally.
Although we can understand the ideas behind forgiveness and see its wisdom, the process of bringing forgiveness into our lives and applying it to situations where we are wounded and angry can be challenging.
How can the ways in which we talk to ourselves affect change when it comes to breaking an addiction? The power of the voice you use to address your mind is an essential element to let go and see your life in a whole new light.
When you want to gain deeper insight about issues and problems in your life, sit still, close your eyes, then offer the question.
True gratitude is acknowledging that you are alive and you have something to give.