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No relationship is perfect. And while you can’t control your partner’s behavior, you can find a new way to change the dynamic in your relationship and create meaningful transformation for yourself. Watch this vlog to find out how.
We all want to love and accept ourselves unconditionally, but sometimes even the pressure of feeling we need to be kind to ourselves at all times can send us on a downward spiral. Consider this: loving yourself means releasing those expectations and getting excited about shifting gears to call on self-love when you need it most.
We are all born with the capacity to tap into our intuition, but many of us block this natural ability as we grow up. It is possible to reconnect with that gift at any stage of life as long as we release false beliefs around intuition and embrace our innate gifts. Here’s how.
Making space for embracing all feelings is essential, especially if you habitually tend to avoid them. But be careful not to let your emotions control you and weaken your ability to overcome challenges. The powerful practice in this vlog will help you to build resilience while honoring your needs.
As an empath, you might find yourself attracted to narcissists in many areas of your life. While this pattern is common for empaths and often deeply rooted, these tips will help you to begin protecting your heart, strengthening your boundaries, and practicing self-care in these difficult relationships.
If you tend to jump quickly and help others without taking care of yourself, this five-minute practice will be a game-changer for you.
Our ability to live, love, and lead at full power was tested this year, but we carried each other through our highs and our lows, trying to do our best in each moment. Here are 10 blogs that I hope will help carry you into a brighter, better, healthier, and happier new year.
While some people have lost hope and are in a very dark place right now, other people have chosen to rise above the darkness. The pandemic has affected each of us in different ways.
We are energetic beings, and all day long, we pick up energy from around us. But some of us are more sensitive than others.
What your math class didn’t teach you about the burnout equation! You care. You give. You serve. It’s your calling. But you get to a point when it is simply too much.
Escaping into spirituality can become an unhealthy coping mechanism for the chaos in our lives if we use it as an excuse to “fake it till you make it” with positivity.
Have you ever heard of healthy guilt? Unhealthy guilt is toxic, but healthy guilt is a spiritual practice that helps us to recognize which of our values is taking priority. A “lazy” morning watching tv recently put my sense of both to the test.
In this vlog, I show you what my daily meditation routine looks like after 30 years of trial and error and share my secrets for toning your meditation muscles so you can develop a successful meditation practice too.
Even if each one of us can find just a tiny sense of compassion at this present moment, together, we generate a tremendous amount of kindness and compassion.
Coronasomnia? Here are three practices that are helping beacons have sweet dreams…
A Zen monk once told me that meditation was a little vacation he takes every day, and I didn’t believe him.
Perfectionism is a form of armor that gives us a false sense of protection from hurt. The only way to thrive in a demanding world is to FAIL to be perfect.
Joy is contagious. Familiarize yourself now with this 15-minute practice for focusing on joy, and the next time you are feeling stressed out or anxious, you can use it to create a turning point.