Mindfulness



Mindfulness

What I’ve Learned About Making Mistakes

Dear friends, I’ve found that there’s a really interesting aspect about being on a path towards self-improvement: we try really hard to get clear, grounded, and aligned, but we often forget that part of being a human being means that we are going to mess up and make the “wrong”...
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A Reminder That You’re Worthy

Hi dear friends, I hope that whatever the past week has brought you, you can find some happiness and relief here today! Today I want to dive in to the topic of worthiness, as it’s something that I’ve been thinking about and dissecting a lot in my life personally, and...
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How I Manage Unnecessary Stress

Dear friends, I will keep this week’s message to you short, and sweet, as I know we all have so much that we are managing these days, I’d like to take up as little of your precious time as possible! Let’s have a chat about unnecessary stress, how that’s different...
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4 Ways to Redefine Purpose in Your Life

Hi dear friends, The concept of purpose has always been an important part of my life and my evolution. I’ve always put the concept of purpose on a high pedestal, liking it to value, worthiness, and meaning in life. Over the years I’ve learned, though, that this elevation of the...
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6 Things I’m Not Apologizing for in 2022

My dear friends, I’m still in my new year mode, and was thinking more about what I’d like to cultivate and what I’d like to release in 2022. If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember that I consider myself to be a recovering people pleaser...
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5 Reminders to Not Take Things Personally

Hi my friends, One of the biggest lessons that life seems to present to me, quite often, is the power of not taking things personally. I’ve found that as much as we put in the effort to heal and to shift perspectives, sometimes old habits and difficult thought patterns creep...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles