To be a spiritual person is not a title that we gain; it is our essence, the crux of our existence. In other words, there aren’t spiritual and non-spiritual people, but there are people who are either more or less connected to the essence of spirituality or not. There are people who say, “spirituality is just […]Lire la suite de "8 signs you’re a genuinely spiritual person (even if you think you’re not)"
Worrying too much is an unhealthy habit that can harm your mental health. As with any other habit, this one is also possible to break. Some claim that worrying is a reminder of bad experiences that prepares you for future experiences. However, if it happens too often you make it hard for your brain to […]Lire la suite de "Train your brain to stop worrying"
Update via The New York Times: “Do you have chronic sleep problems? You may be able to significantly improve your ability to get a restful night of sleep by practicing a popular form of meditation, a rigorous new study shows.” the full article. ~ One of the main causes of insomnia is that our minds are […]Lire la suite de "A Bed time meditation to help overcome insomnia"
“When your chakras are aligned, you have the most direct access to Source, however you may define Source (within yourself, outside yourself, or both simultaneously). Just as you hold a glass under the tap so it can be filled, we align with Source by facing into it, turning our attention toward it, and opening our […]Lire la suite de "Signs your energy field & chakras are out of whack"
“The archetype of spirit in the shape of a man, hobgoblin, or animal always appears in a situation where insight, understanding, good advice, determination, planning, etc., are needed but cannot be mustered on one’s own resources.” ~ Carl Jung We do not choose our spirit animal—our spirit animal chooses us. There is so much to […]Lire la suite de "Find and connect with your spirit animal"
“Waking up this morning, I smile. Twenty-four brand-new hours are before me. I vow to live fully each moment and to look at all beings with eyes of compassion.” Thich Nhat Hanh Buddhist monks wake up every morning, at approximately 4 a.m. while the stars are still out and the world appears to be peacefully […]Lire la suite de "A simple buddhist guide to having a mindful morning"
Listening to what’s in your heart and feels right in your cells In this very busy and technological world, teaching how we are all interconnected requires a sense of knowing the sound of truth. When we hear truth our cells respond. It sounds like a note sung perfectly in key. This sound aligns our cells […]Lire la suite de "6 Steps to Develop a Spiritual Practice"