There comes a point when we’ve had enough of the lingering negative energy of our old wounds. I’m at this point of wanting to live a better way, because I know there is a better way. I may still have pain, but I want no more suffering, and freedom from any fear surrounding that pain. […]
Growing into who you really are is a human journey with a spiritual undertone. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude. Here we celebrate the human spirit that connects us all.
Recently, I created something I like to call my “universe box,” and I’m so thankful for this practice. Here’s a little inspiration to encourage you to trust in the healing, organizing power of something much bigger than all of us.
First of all, thanks for helping me with this one, Dad. Your words of wisdom ring true now more than ever, and they will linger in my heart for the rest of my life. Without your love and guidance, I would not have grown into the woman I am today, happy and honored and grateful […]
I was feeling hopeless the other day (I’m absolutely not immune to that feeling… quite the opposite). I turned to some healing words, the ones you’re about to read, and they reassured me that it’s all really going to be okay.
Here are a handful of Wayne Dyer quotes in honor of the late and great man, spirit, and mentor who continues to inspire millions with his timeless wisdom and his self-fulfilling approach to life.
If the world outside of you is smothering the peace inside of you, this spiritual poem might resonate with your innermost sense of self. Who you really are has less to do with the pain of the world, and everything to do with the light that you’re here to bring.
I am healing with joy, and you can too. I’ve found that when I tap into the energy of joy in simple ways–with laughter, lightheartedness, gratitude, compassion–suffering gives way to healing.
This is a gentle affirmation to move into the present moment with ease and joy, for this moment is your life. There is nothing else to do here than to be here, to be present with the space you stand in.
If you’re struggling with change, resisting what you don’t want to face, or confused with what you’re supposed to be doing, may these messages encourage you to trust the process once again, or for the very first time.
When we form mental images of what we long for, we feed our dreams–we water the roots of the flower that has yet to bloom. This poem might inspire you to give your positive possibilities a bigger place in your heart, so that you can enjoy each step in the journey without anxiety.