forgiveness



Well-Being

Things to Remember When Practicing Forgiveness

Hi my friends, This week I want to share some insights and thoughts that I’ve been having lately when it comes to the topic of forgiveness. These past few months have really shined a bright light on the practice of forgiveness for me in my own life, and reinforced for...
Happiness

5 Tips for Not Taking Things Personally

Hi friends, wishing you a beautiful start to this new week. One of the biggest lessons that this year taught me (again) 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...
Mindfulness

2 Reminders When Learning to Forgive

Hi my friends, I want to share some insights and thoughts that I’ve been having lately when it comes to the topic of forgiveness. This past year shined such a bright light on the practice of forgiveness for me in my own life, and reinforced for me the value and...
Happiness

My Practice for Not Taking Things Personally

Hello my friends! Happy Sunday! It was so wonderful to get so much feedback from you all about last week’s topic on not taking things personally. It’s oddly comforting, especially during these times, to know that we all experience similar life events, even when our lives’ paths are so unique...
Happiness

The 5 Best Pieces of Advice I’ve Received

Do you ever have one of those moments, where you hear a sound bite or a quote, and you know it has just changed your life? Or have you ever had a conversation with someone you admire, and they bestow upon you advice that makes you see life from a...
Mindfulness

A Powerful Practice for Healing & Forgiveness

A few years ago, I had a falling out with a very good friend of mine. There was an unfortunate incident, we both said things we didn’t mean, we both acted out of integrity, and we both were very stubborn in the matter, and sadly let it go unresolved. We...

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