We can transform anything in our reality through the simple choice of choosing love.
I read so many fantastic articles written about bio hacks, life hacks, brain hacks, learning hacks, growth hacks — all leading us in the direction of enhancing our personal and professional experience. I truly love them. They always offer a unique perspective and never fail to inspire. I also see quite a few experiential pieces, testing the … Continue reading The one hack you must know to make your dreams come true. Think Vibration.
Emotions, when not consciously chosen, box us into our experience. They literally become our roof and four walls. How and why does this occur? First, we validate the past. We have an experience. We interpret this experience based upon what we validate in memory. So, in real time and often unconsciously, we use the past to … Continue reading Emotions confine us to a reality. Master the ability to break out of the cycle.
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“Mankind, he said, judging from their neglect of him, have never, as I think, at all understood the power of Love. For if they had understood Him they would surely have built noble temples and altars, and offered solemn sacrifices in His honor; but this is not done.” - Plato, The Symposium The Blaze About … Continue reading Love as an Algorithm – Tap into its Sovereignty
How I Know this, What it Means and Why it Matters Emotional Mastery is the state of being sovereign to our emotions. It’s living each moment in the knowing that emotions are a gift, and not a curse. And it’s embracing our freedom to choose our focus and feelings rather than believing that … Continue reading Emotional Mastery is Humanity’s Destiny
My husband and kids love to get a good “family chuckle” after they see me find a spot in our backyard, sit down and meditate. It's actually my husband and my son who get the ball rolling when I come back in the house - feeling very present and centered, I might add. They throw … Continue reading Like a New Puppy, Our Mind Needs Training
My children are (very) often unsolicited recipients of all my life learning. The material that I would call 'hard-fought wisdom'. The stuff that you discover after you go into trenches and give your blood, sweat and tears to get out. I know that my living example is the greatest teacher to them. But because I … Continue reading What if it’s really all we need?