These three deep breathing exercises are simple to deploy in any given situation (which is why I love them), and can play a valuable role in managing stress. The outside world can be chaos, and most of the time it’s beyond our control; the inner world, when peaceful, proves to be a powerful source of […]
Meditation is more accessible than most people think. Sure, meditating for 20 minutes a day has some serious benefits, but in actuality you only need a few minutes to make a big difference. This 4-minute meditation from Rebekah Borucki is living, breathing proof.
Humanity is a dance between two halves of reality: form and space. The mystery of life can’t be held, contained in the world we’re so used to, identified in a way we’re used to. Sometimes, we must know nothing, so that everything can be known–like Nature, who does nothing, but leaves nothing undone. This is […]
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.
Interrupt the patterns of stress, and invoke your innate capacity to rise above it all, and transform it all. These readily available stress relief solutions are prompts for your creative side, and pathways to feeling better fast.
When I approach whatever I’m doing from a peaceful state of mind, I seem to get things done with greater ease, less frustration, and more joy–and the quality of my work emulates these qualities. Transform stress into peace; one of these reminders might help.
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.
The only time and place life exists is right here, right now. If we can learn to savor the moment that’s upon us, we can make the good things last a little bit longer–possibly for the rest of our lives.
A little more on the whimsical side today, but nevertheless a meaningful side to be on, here are some invaluable words of advice from a snowflake, of all things…