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.
We rise above our fears, our weaknesses, and our shadows by looking at them. May these self-reflection quotes help you smile during tough times, grow patient in your relationships, and harness the wisdom from your inner work.
Because our presence is so important to the depth of love and joy we experience, here are four easy ways to stay present with your life.
Your presence is your power–peace, harmony, true connection, and grace becomes possible and evident when you bring yourself fully into this moment.
The time you invest in yourself to reduce stress will deeply benefit you and everyone around you. Try one (or more) of these self-care strategies to stay cool, calm, and collected during the holidays.
Resistance to change causes suffering, for denial of the truth is to block miracles and hinder your full expression of love here on earth. When we stop resisting the changing seasons of our life, we can go with the flow of the present moment and experience joy and serenity in all its grace.
Most of us have more than one life motto that we live by–the notions we believe in are the ones that change our lives. This is a life motto we can all come back to when we find ourselves overwhelmed by the seemingly never-ending demands of being a human. It’s a motto for peace, and […]
When you affirm to enjoy the little things that are alive in each moment, your life becomes a growing mosaic of happy moments. Let’s be mindful of the simple pleasures that we’re blessed with every day.
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 […]
Patience is not a trait to be inherited by a fortunate few. Lucky for all of us, the capacity to be patient is an inherent muscle we can strengthen through practice and use to bring peace into the world.