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.
By setting authentic new year intentions and keeping them close, we can carve a happier path for ourselves. Instead of destroying old habits this year, let’s consider the power of focusing on new energies.
If you celebrate the new year in any way, consider making this short questionnaire your empowering and enlightening year in review process.
The world is in need of more hope, more peace, more love. Inclusion is a powerful tool for furthering good. Use this affirmation as a tool to spur togetherness and build a sense of positive connection with others. In doing this, we will all rise.
Dig deep and discover your potential for leading the kind of life that you really want to live. The power is within you to learn (or unlearn) what you need in order to get to where you want to be. This affirmation will help you wield this power in a positive way.
Make your destination a way of seeing, and everything becomes an adventure. These adventure quotes are for the true travelers of heart, the ones who seek to see the world through the eyes of another, in hopes of discovering the universe in a new light.
The pursuit of happiness is not a far-fetched dream or a self-indulgent pastime, but a valid proclamation of one’s positive contribution to the world. When one person intends to choose happiness as a priority in their own life, they reach out in every interaction with more love and joy, spreading light to the countless lives […]
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 […]
Learning is a gift even when pain is your teacher. Loss, whatever form it takes in our lives, seems to be the most common form of human suffering–though I don’t think it’s the cause. The cause of our suffering is how we relate to that perceived loss, and seeing every learning opportunity as a gift […]
Losing a loved one has opened my eyes to some beautiful lessons of the universe. Though there’s so much fear and pain and suffering that goes along with loss, there’s a lot of love and hope to be rekindled in the process. Perhaps on the deepest level, nothing has truly been lost at all…