Let your light shine; you have it for a reason. You have a wellspring of light within you, and it’s all you need to illuminate your life as well as the lives of all those you meet today.
We hear the phrase, but do we really live for today? We hear the call to be more mindful, but do we heed the call? Your past can be transformed today, and your future can resemble the awareness that you bring to this day. Affirm to treat today as if it were the miracle that […]
Some say forgiveness doesn’t change the past, but it can change the future. What if forgiveness did change the past, that is, how we see it in our minds and how we feel about it in our hearts? I think it’s possible, because that miracle has been bestowed upon me. These forgiveness quotes speak of […]
Compassion is a sense of shared suffering, a feeling of empathy toward another individual in need combined with the desire to help. Let us remove any obstacles to opening our hearts and minds to others by remembering how to be compassionate, and by healing ourselves in the process.
No matter who’s sharing their lessons learned, we won’t truly understand the depth of those lessons until we experience the teachings ourselves. It’s still possible (and possibly quite helpful) to borrow the perspective of a fellow human being, to share in their teachings so that we too can broaden our beliefs about, well, possibly everything.
This is a simple post, but an important one. There are so many different things we can all do to support our happiness. If you really, truly and honestly want to be happy on a regular basis, though, there’s one thing I suggest you try.
To forgive anything—whether it’s another person, yourself, or how life has turned out—is a divine intervention. Forgiving yourself means that you’re willing to show up in your own life from a place of love, so that you can better serve love. Repeat this affirmation whenever you need some divine intervention.
If we keep our hearts open and let our trust grow, of course we’re more likely to get hurt. We’re also more likely to experience life more fully, with a vibrancy that otherwise wouldn’t exist. Writing a forgiveness letter is one way to let more love into our lives by letting go of our grievances […]
If you or someone you love is experiencing, or has experienced, deeply challenging times marked by pain and grief, this is an important message. We don’t need to deny our problems to experience peace, love, hope, and happiness. We need to face them, and the spiritual insights shared here can help you.
Every day, several times a day, we’re given the chance to make a conscious choice to shed the old, whatever “the old” means for us in that moment. These are some things to give up that can help each of us shed the weight of yesterday and make space for the new.