"It's almost unbelievable that it FINALLY opened my heart to myself! I really can't believe it that something can work so effectively." — Inese Z.
*Learn how to love yourself.
*Hear your intuition.
*Feel more peaceful and happy.
The morning and I never bonded until recently. I mean, I love coffee and the soft early glow of the sun as much as the next person, but some people are just not meant to rise before 8 a.m. (or 9. ahem.) However, I recently realized that it wasn’t so much the morning I disliked, it […]Continue reading
I’ve been hearing rumors around my gym for months about the influx of people who flood the floors every January, inspired by freshly made New Year’s resolutions. But don’t worry, everyone says. They’ll leave soon, and the cramped spaces will empty. In other words, people resolve to get fit and then for some reason, abandon the initiative. […]Continue reading
A year-and-a-half ago, I suffered deeply. I resisted everything about my life: where I lived, my work, and most agonizing of all, myself. I didn’t realize it at the time, but I blamed myself for not reaching the level of success I’d imagined, not living where I thought I would live, not having the life I […]Continue reading
Money and spirituality may not seem like the most obvious mix, but creating wealth doesn’t make you less spiritual. It’s okay to want nice things or learn sales skills instead of working to erase limiting beliefs. Over my life, I’ve been both broke and comfortable and can share that neither one moved the needle on my happiness, […]Continue reading
Over the last two weeks, I spiraled in and out of sadness and stress. Life seemed to come at me all at once and overwhelmed, I sought refuge underneath the cozy comforter in my bed. Numb. In times like this, I release my need for being positive. Excessive positivity can obliterate opportunities for growth. I knew somewhere […]Continue reading
What do yoga, the Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles have in common? A few things, but on critical points, they directly contradict one another. This could potentially confuse the modern spiritual seeker, delaying peace. This century is a veritable buffet of spirituality, and with so many dishes to choose from, it’s easy to overindulge […]Continue reading
The body stores emotions, carrying the emotional memories of all our joys and all our sadness. If this sounds like more new age nonsense, think how knotted and stiff the shoulders become when we’re stressed. Think how butterflies float in the tummy when we feel love or excitement, but how nerves make the belly toss […]Continue reading
The persistence of late bloomers is seldom celebrated, and these fine folks are often overshadowed by more precocious contemporaries. Some people mistakenly believe that if they haven’t found their gift by 25 or 35, then perhaps they’re doomed to a life of mediocrity. But a casual glance through history shows us otherwise. Late bloomers achieve great things […]Continue reading