As we become more conscious of our language, let’s become more intentional with our words.
Good For The Soul
Have I achieved my dreams?
The words you’re using, especially to yourself, determine what happens next.
Facts that making a shift is absolutely possible.
After years of studying Zen meditation, I’ve made a lot of progress. Lately though, I’ve regressed, and decided to study something that many say is a very powerful spiritual practice. It’s so powerful that some insist that purification of character is necessary before even taking up the practice. Hoping that my previous Zen practice…
See it as a marathon, not a race.
Healing as an adult is ridiculously hard.
He created the first biology-based psychology lab at Harvard University, yet he trusted subjective experience and honoured our capacity for clear thought.
By Marie Lundorff It’s a tragic fact of life that most of us will experience the loss of a loved one. Approximately 50 to 55 million people die worldwide each year, and it is estimated that each death leaves an average of five bereaved individuals. The experience of loss usually causes a range of…
Making a change in life for the better without freaking out!
Are we responsible for what we say and how we say it?
Absence of proof is not proof of absence.
Well, a plant mother. Months ago, before the world was aflame, my husband and I purchased a packet of organic corn seeds. I’d expressed an interest in being a plant mama, so he decided: Flose, let’s start with corn. I thought that was a stupid idea, and I made fun of him for it. Bunny,…
Some things may be better left unsaid when action can speak louder than words.
Literal or figurative, when you’re scared or upset, where’s your Zen den?
Why we must love ourselves before we can ask others to love us