What if we had self-compassion and compassion for those who are NOT like us?
Good For The Soul
I know, you may be thinking, what about the extreme atrocities of mankind? How could this not impact how I feel?
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
What’s happened to the basic core values of courtesy, living with integrity, and respecting one’s self and others? When was the bar lowered and how do we raise it again?
On this episode of Spiritually Fit, Chris reunites with his Transcendental Meditation teacher James Cahaney.
The idea comes from haiku poetry, in which the poet is limited to three lines and (essentially) 17 syllables. Such a crazy limit, and yet the poetry that can be produced is often very powerful.
“If you’re anything above meager, you’re a ‘sinner’.”
Self-care falls to the wayside when life gets tough.
His divorced, teen mom was expecting a girl. Here is what she got, instead.
Leo Searle Hawkins shows men how to be emotionally available to women without losing their masculinity.
Moving away from dogmatic certainty is a good thing.
One man’s healing from the heart.
What if we could turn on that vacation mind, immersed in the warm ocean … in our everyday life?
The fear of heights teaches an important lesson about being successful in life.
Can you imagine giving something your full focus, so that it is like standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon? That is a devotion most of us very rarely give ourselves to.
On this edition of Spiritually Fit Chris Forte sits down with Elisa Magni, founder of Yogando Retreats.