Posts Tagged as: happiness

change isn’t always better

All too often we approach life with the fantasy that change will bring about a better future. Sometimes it does. Often it does not. Unless we venture into the conditions that brought us into our present life and practice radical self-acceptance and truth-seeking, we risk recreating that which we’re trying to escape. Your outer life…

are you a seeker?

I am a seeker. And, because you are reading this, I suspect you are too. I want to thank you — for showing up, for seeking, for evolving, for living with courage & for loving with vulnerability. When I think of you, on your journey, choosing a conscious life, my heart fills with anticipation of…

what to do when you hit rock bottom

When we reach rock bottom, and for those in mid-fall, there is always a bottom, there is a quest waiting. It’s a quest to find the truth of your life. It begins with asking, what do I want? Rock bottom was the solid foundation from which I built my life. ~ J.K. Rowling When diving…

we can’t help what was done to us

We can’t help the things life has done to us. What we can help is how we choose to see ourselves and the world as a result of what has been done to us. Depending on what we choose to see, we can more deeply connect with our true selves. Your soul, your true self,…

do you need to wait for the crisis?

I have seen time and time again people who step more fully into themselves once their life has fallen apart. It’s almost as though the crisis breaks the façade that was constructed, and once uncovered, the true self emerges. After being broken open, I’ve seen people who scramble to rebuild the façade; yet others continue…

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