Being in a “bad mood” really stems from the notion of not having enough joy and love in our lives. Here are five reminders that you’re good enough, and your life is good enough, because you can cultivate more love where it’s lacking and amplify the joy in every day.
You are more than a body, and for that reason alone you can learn to love your body and respect its purpose in helping you bring light into this world.
Be willing to invite more love into your life by bringing more love to the thoughts you think, the words you speak, and the actions you take. This includes showing yourself some love, which entails loving your body as unconditionally as possible, without doubt, judgment, or fear that it’ll foster anything but positive results.
Life and love work through our bodies. The body, in my perspective, is a communication tool for the spirit and a learning device for the mind, where all healing and creation is born. Loving your body as a means of connecting with the world and with yourself can set you free to live a meaningful […]
I believe in the power and magic of these three words: I choose love. I believe they can change your life. Repeating this positive affirmation for love can spark true happiness and peace in yourself, in your relationships, and in your day-to-day encounters with the world.
Each episode of sorrow offers a pathway back to love. Every time I find my world darkened by fear, my heart gripped by grief, there I find solace in the storm because I’m pointed again in the direction of love.
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.
Self-compassion is a priceless gift you give to yourself and everyone around you. Being good to yourself is not a trend or a luxury or selfish indulgence; it’s a necessary ingredient to lasting joy, inner peace, and a deep fondness for one’s own life.
The subject of worthiness goes to our core. We constantly feed ourselves the lines, “I’ll be worthy if… I’ll be worthy when…” This is the truth: You are worthy now. You are enough, and I am enough, and this poem is dedicated to the truth of who we are at our core.
In every ego-driven attempt to judge–someone else for their apparent shortcomings, the situation for what it’s lacking, or yourself for what you’re lacking–the world becomes gloomy. Instead of darkening the day by pointing a finger, let’s try to judge less and love more. We’ll be happier as a result of this shift of perception.