La réalité est que nous passons tellement de temps à faire, à nous efforcer dans une quête sans fin pour que tout soit «parfait» que nous finissons par manquer ce que la vie est vraiment : être ancré dans le présent à chaque instant et vivre la vie telle qu’elle se présente à nous sans […]Lire la suite de "Comment éviter le perfectionnisme pour rester serein ?"
Everything is energy. The further down the yogic path I venture, the more I come to understand that energy and vibration are real. I didn’t always believe this. It’s simple really. Everything we see and interact with is made up of energetic particles, and these particles all carry their own vibration. For example, an inanimate […]Lire la suite de "Seven ways we lower our own vibration without even realizing it"
Respect is such a lost value in today’s culture, especially since the most recent presidential campaign. Its polarizing nature has brought out the worst in humanity. Studies have been telling us that there’s immense power in respect. Something as simple as an act of treating others as though they really matter goes a long way. […]Lire la suite de "Life Choices That Will Make You Instantly Likable & Respected"
A chakra is a “wheel,” an energy center in the body. Nadis are the ethereal tubes that allow prana to move through the body, just as blood moves through blood vessels. Chakras are located at points where nadis intersect; there are said to be 72,000 nadis throughout the body and thousands of chakras. Both the […]Lire la suite de "Heal your 7 major Chakras"
I believe life’s too short to feel sad, unempowered and holding our collective breath, because “stuck” is a feeling like “hungry” or “cold.” It’s impermanent and changeable. Yet it’s heavy. Sticky. It can pull us down, like tar or quicksand. But we must remember that it’s not cement. “Stuck” is not forever. The truth is that […]Lire la suite de "Powerfull Quotes to read when you’re feeling stuck"
On March 15, I set a goal to meditate every day for one month to see what would happen. After one month, I kept going and am still going. I just passed 100 days of consistent daily meditation and this is what has changed: 1. Less anxiety. Biggest change, by far. I feel as if […]Lire la suite de "100 days of daily meditation"
I was sitting in a school board meeting. Things were getting heated. Voices were rising and heads were shaking as egos battled it out, and there was no agreement on the proposed motion. I was agitated, and felt wronged as my opinion was being ignored. I was ready to scream at the next person who would […]Lire la suite de "Five Attributes of Emotionally Intelligent People"