Meditation is a window into our subconscious, and our challenge is to allow our thoughts and fears to arise, yet without granting them power.
Too often, we think of ourselves as victims. But the truth us we can learn to control our thoughts, and to actively find the light or lesson in every cloud.
We all have our “uglier” sides. Only when you are willing to accept and forgive your darkness will it be able to heal and transform into a radiant light.
Don’t fling your goals into the mythical “one day” where they go to die. Live in daily alignment with your dream and your new life will eventually manifest.
We must nurture the dream and strive to achieve it. But when life doesn’t follow your plan, you must trust in the flow to lead you to where you need to go.
Some people say you either have it or you don’t. But no. The “it” they speak of is just the unashamed, full you. It’s authenticity. And it’s within us all.
Being your own parent means to get up when you don’t want to and do the things that will benefit you in the long run, even if in the moment they might suck.
I have learned in my life that when it feels as though everything is falling apart, just keep going. Because things might actually be falling into place.
We’ve all fretted in bed the night before making an important request. It’s these questions that scare us most, that carry risk, that we must always ask.
Forgiving yourself or those who have wronged you is the only way to purify and heal. “Forgiveness,” Iyanla Vanzant said, “is the spiritual laxitive.”
Maya Angelou’s words continue to guide me, daily. We all have lessons to learn from her — “When you get, give,” she said. So today, this is my gift to you.
People like predictability. But when you let the labels of others stick to you, your identity freezes and becomes dependent on the opinions of others.