It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do something about police brutality.
We like to dramatize life.
For the Trump administration to help front-line workers.
The coronavirus crisis has me feeling all kinds of feelings.
It is said that Baba Yaga, an ancient Russian wise woman, lived in a hut deep in the forest.
Rumi’s guest house is inside of us, and what he meant by a “new arrival”—an “unexpected visitor”—was an emotional state, a mood.
Yes, they do help us grow — yet they tend to also enable us to overlook our deeper emotional problems, a phenomenon called “spiritual bypassing.”
What if I told you there’s a way to flip the switch at any moment, regardless of the conditions?
To be mindful is being able to notice changes and emotions rather than react to them.
Meditation is a practice for the most basic aspects of being a human being: Breathing, listening, and feeling sensations in the body.
Stories are useful for navigating the world but, left unchecked, they start to shape even distort our experience.
How many people will light up just because you put the effort into getting out of your own head to ask them to explain something they just said.
Our society is so violent, backwards, and corrupt.
I say it three times every morning but would never post it on social media.
But really, that any of us are meditating in 2019 is unbelievable.
My body seems to unclench deep inside.