Mindfulness



Mindfulness

5 Affirmations for Combating Negative Thinking

Hi my dear friends, In this week’s blog, I wish to share my insights on negativity, negative thoughts, and how we can start to counteract all of it to find a sense of balance, equilibrium, confidence, and inner peace. Sound good? Great! First of all, I want to say that...
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5 Reminders for Managing Judgment

Hi my Friends, For many years I’ve been in a self-study of sorts on the topic of judgment. Long ago, a teacher of mine tasked me with the practice of simply noticing the moments where I engaged in judgment. As someone who believes so strongly in my own kind-hearted nature,...
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7 Ways to Manage Fear

Hi my friends, This week I want to share some thoughts I have on the topic of fear. Fear comes up in many conversations lately, which makes perfect sense, because it definitely feels like there is a lot to be fearful of right now. Life is unpredictable and at times,...
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My 6 Tips for Practicing Discernment

Hi dear friends, I believe deeply in the importance of truth.  There’s so much going on in our lives, in our minds, and on our screens, that offer up varying degrees of truth, and to be honest, for me, it’s become increasingly more challenging to discern, to uncover, and to...
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5 Ways to Tap Into Your Purpose

Hi my friends, I want to take this week to do a little part two, of last week’s blog about purpose! I received so many notes and positive feedback from many of you, resonating with this new way of reframing the concept of purpose, and I’m so grateful. I wrote...
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4 Powerful Ways Purpose Shows Up in My Life

My 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...

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