Mindfulness



Mindfulness

Managing Negative Thoughts

Hello my dear friends, You can have thousands of thoughts in your mind each day. Do they reflect you, your innermost self, your core being? Do they make you feel agitated or compassionate? Do they inspire competition or compassion? If there’s one concept that I’ve really grown to believe in,...
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Finding Stability in an Uncertain World

Hello again, my friends. We’ve made it through another week, and I am so grateful that you all are here. These times are so odd, and uncomfortable, and uncertain, but what gives me great relief is knowing that we can all “gather” here on Sundays and be together in this...
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Tapping Into Our Values

I know in many of my blogs, I talk about how we can uncover, build, and sustain deep, meaningful foundations for our lives. I fully believe in the power of establishing a strong relationship with ourselves, bringing positive and helpful practices in to our daily routines, and being mindful of...
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Understanding Toxic Patterns

Though I think it can be difficult and unpleasant at times, I find it incredibly important to be mindful and aware of our own toxic patterns and behaviors. We all have them. We get wrapped up in life and it’s crazy circumstances, and then, behave in ways that are not...
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Ending the Year on a Positive Note

Happy end of 2019 to you all! I am grateful to be sharing with you on this very auspicious day of a calendar year. I believe that time constructs allow us the opportunity to reflect and adjust, based on our goals and dreams, and so, as we begin to say...
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Managing Feelings During the Holidays

We have a surprise for you today, we decided to write this week’s blog together! The holiday season can bring up a lot of feelings and emotions, right?  Though holiday sentiment tends to be wrapped in merriment and cheer, it can often leave us feeling isolated, sad, and even resentful....

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