In spite of whatever is happening in your life, can you step back far enough to realize the simple miracle of existence? How many free breaths have you taken? How much food and water have you consumed in your lifetime, and who did you thank for that? Imagine the abundance of the millions and billions of lives that are comfortably sustained by the planet?Read More
Many of us bring in the New Year with the hope of positive change in our lives. We set resolutions to eat healthier, exercise more, quit smoking, cut down screen time, or many other intentions that are meant to bring us more health, happiness, balance, success, and love. But for most, these resolutions are abandoned a few weeks or months into the year, and we fall back into our old habits. Why do so many people fail at making lasting changes, even when the desire to change remains? What is the secret to creating lasting change in our lives?Read More
You must gaze inward at yourself, at your own mind, at your own consciousness. You can observe the world around you, you can observe your body, you can observe your feelings, you can observe your thoughts, but can you observe the observer in you?Read More
Most people in your life don't want you to rise, don't want you to climb, don't want you to shine; they want you to stay in their subterranean lairs with them and indulge in their base desires.Read More
The only way to attract abundance is to practice feelings of abundance.
Even if you believe you have very little, or nothing, to be grateful for - you will not have abundance come into your life until you commit to practicing the attitude of abundance on a daily basis. Similarly to when you practice happiness, when you practice gratitude, your feelings of abundance will become immune to external circumstances that may otherwise derail you. Here are a couple of strategies to help you strengthen your sense of gratitude, and thus bring more blessings, joy, and love into your life.Read More
Self-destructive thoughts create a negative feedback loop that physically carves that perspective into your gray matter, practically etched in stone. Think of the rain eroding a mountainside, carving a valley out of the dirt. The deeper that valley is eroded by the rain, the likelier the chance of any future rainfall to travel the same path and cut the valley even deeper, exponentially creating a feedback loop. Your thoughts are the rain, your brain is the mountain. It’s up to you where you want to the rain to go, but it might be a herculean task to reverse the erosion when you’ve indulged in self-destructive thinking for as long as I did. But it is possible.Read More