If we look deep into nature, every living thing has something to teach us. Today, let’s use our imagination to contemplate five healing lessons that flowers can teach us, if we’re open to their wisdom.
Sincere gratitude generates more to be grateful for. This appreciation poem is a kind of ode to the transformations we go through that lead us through our suffering to a deeper experience of being alive, to abundant life.
These daily positive affirmations are life-giving, because they can help us adapt to new beginnings and more joyfully navigate the shifting winds of the world. Make this month a miraculous one, by using whatever combination of supportive statements best suit your life right now.
There are lots of benefits of writing down the things that are inside of us, but there are some that have the capability of transporting you to a whole new way of living in the world. These are the life-giving aspects of writing that I’m most interested in.
Learning to love your body has its consequences, one being that you’ll amplify the positive power that is you and your impact on the world. Come back to these simple mantras whenever you’ve forgotten your own flawsomeness.
This affirmation is about surrendering the outcome so we can be at peace in this moment, for this moment is where life is. I know that when I release the need to control the outcome, I can enjoy the process and do my best.
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. […]
Use these Sanskrit mantras for hope whenever you need a lift, or a perspective shift. You’ve been given another day of life, after all, and with it the chance to live fully, love more openly, and breathe deeply the newness of each waking moment.
When you think it’s doubtful that anything can get better, remember that’s not your higher self thinking. Take a “thought break,” get still, and listen for a guiding message–it’ll say, “I have hope.”
Every time we’re planted in a stressful situation, we’re afforded the chance to change the way we see things, and thus to grow through it. These stress quotes are reminders that our approach can transform pressure into prosperity.