It happens to all of us. Hell, it happened to me yesterday when I sat down to write this newsletter to you, and I sat staring at a blank screen, stuck about what to write. Common advice to writers is to “write what you know”, and yesterday, it meant writing about being stuck. So here
“Grief wipes you out. I admire people who find a peace with loss or find a spiritual concept that helps long-term.
I am not one of those people. I question and struggle.
While I have moments of insight and universal connectivity, I have similar moments of despair and isolation.
I don’t have any special wisdom about death or grief healing, but I accept the ugliness of wrestling with constant grief.
I believe the key to a meaningful life is to be honest and accepting of who you are in the moment.
In those honest moments, a release of pain is possible.”
Our lives are often very complex and busy, filled with gadgets, tasks, and people. It can feel as though the pace of life has quickened and we are all struggling to keep up and maintain any sense of control. I hate feeling like I have too much going on in my life, that there are
We live in a world that tells us we should be “getting better” all day every day. We then find ourselves constantly striving at work or perhaps on a never-ending mission to change our appearance. There is nothing wrong with having life goals to move towards but, at this point, even positive habits like meditation
“The fact that someone else loves you doesn’t rescue you from the project of loving yourself.” -Sahaj Kohli What’s the one thing no human on this planet can live without? If you answered oxygen, you’re correct. We rely on many things for our survival, and the most basic of them is oxygen. You
Differentiating Shoulds and Identifying True Soul Yeses There is a lot of talk in the personal growth world about throwing out the “shoulds” and only going for something if it’s a “soul yes!” Without various interfering factors, I agree with this philosophy. But, with all of our mental chatter and ingrained habitual patterns,
Technology is all around us, so I think it is time for you to use your phone for spiritual growth. I’ve heard countless opinions as to whether phone use is detrimental or not. One thing is for sure, whether we like it or not they are everywhere! I increased the ways I use my phone
Mother Teresa gave an important message about being pro-peace instead of anti-war, and it has stuck with me for a long time. It taught me the importance of perspective, unconditional love, and making pro decisions rather than against. I was a little taken aback when I first heard this. I took a few moments to
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