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.
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.
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.
Whatever it is you want, however you want to have it, no matter why you want to have it, you can have it faster and easier if you can be happy first, without it.
As the saying goes, the grass is greener where you water it. Today, water the quietude inside of yourself, regardless of what’s going on outside of you. Plant seeds of peace in your mind with this affirmation for inner stillness.
If you ever feel stuck, defeated, or depleted, remember this piece of wisdom: There is a way through every block. There’s a wonderful practice called “breath of fire” that can help you move through the emotional blocks and frustrations of life, getting you back to joy.
Relationships don’t need to be romantic in order to be based in love, which is the message of these relationship quotes–and this is a message that’s especially relevant right now.
Possibly the quickest way to feel better when you feel bad is to give what you can, where you can. Giving makes you feel good, because in a spiritual sense, you get what you give; what you see in the world outside of you is a reflection of what you have given.
With every post on social media, every comment made to a friend or stranger, and every word we choose to express our feelings is either spreading love or spreading fear. It is our task, and our responsibility, to be conscious of what we’re contributing to in the world.
We can’t control the filters that others use when they look at us, but we can control the filter that we use when we look at the world. This is a call to change the way you look at things when you want to change the world you live in.
I love meditation for a handful of reasons, but mostly because it helps me break down the walls I’ve built that keep me from enjoying my life. My practice opens new doors, teaching me how to relax and live in this sometimes crazy world at the same time.