Awaken Your Spiritual Potential

The Spiritual aspect defines sources of fulfillment that enliven our spirit. This can involve finding a practice of awareness and gratitude by meditating, find meaning in daily tasks or by being fully awake in the present moment. Do you want to find a spiritual community or develop a personal spiritual path? The spiritual aspect can address and nourish these inner desires. Opening yourself to new beliefs and perspectives can help develop your integrity for a rewarding life.

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  • Small Steps Toward Thriving

    Small Steps Toward Thriving

    “We cannot tear out a single page of our life, but we can throw the whole book in the fire.”  – George Sands Last night, I had a terrible time sleeping. I felt excitable but extremely tired. I wanted to
  • All-Sidedness: Flexibility of Mind and Body

    All-Sidedness: Flexibility of Mind and Body

    A balanced individual lives from a sense of all-sidedness that allows for an open approach to interacting with the world and bends like the bamboo in the storm but finds one's strength in flexibility.
  • How to Avoid a Half-Lived Life

    How to Avoid a Half-Lived Life

    There are some interesting studies that prove a life with meaning increases our chances for a healthy life. I can feel this truth when I put some effort into my creative projects, fed my long-term goals through acting on them. I feel stronger, happier and healthier.
  • Feeling Stuck This Morning: Podcast

    Feeling Stuck This Morning: Podcast

    "Do you ever wake up feeling stuck like there is this big gap between where you want to be and where you actually are. I feel that way this morning."
  • Taking Pause

    Taking Pause

    Without a moment to ponder and reflect, we can end up living our lives in a constant state of reaction, rather than right action. Taking pause is essential to us all.
  • Creating Your Own Suffering: The Second Arrow

    Creating Your Own Suffering: The Second Arrow

    In Buddhism, there is term called the second arrow. This is the additional suffering we create by creating a story or identifying with our pain...These arrows prolong the suffering and often get carried into other situations that may trigger a similar type of response. We can pragmatically deal with the first arrow to our best ability, but when we see the markings of the second arrow, we must stop ourselves to see that it is a fictional idea driven by fear.
  • Look with Wonder

    Look with Wonder

    Today I saw the world through my son’s eyes. I saw that he watches me and how I interact with my world with wonder.
  • Our Fragile Lives

    Our Fragile Lives

    Life is so fragile. I forget this sometimes… actually a lot of the time. But I am revisiting this truth right now and have come to know it again like an old song I remember all the words to.
  • Stealing Time

    Stealing Time

    This pace of life is killing me slowly. I am constantly chasing time, leaving behind any sort of life in the present.
  • What Color Are the Blues in Paradise?

    What Color Are the Blues in Paradise?

    But that is the tricky thing about the blues. It is always exacerbated by the denial of its existence. It gains momentum and power. It has a stronger hold on you as you sit in the silence of its thundering wake.

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