In my own discomfort and feelings of unraveling grief as I watch the devastation of my neighboring community of Sonoma County engulfed in flames, I turned to Joel S. Goldsmith for inspiration: Awakening Mystical Consciousness.
Have you ever considered that your problems can grow larger when you put more attention on them and how talking about them contributes to a loss of perspective? What are the real benefits of spending more time focused on the positive things going on, and how can we put broadcasting happiness into practice?
I recently had some minor surgery, and it forced me to slow down to a snail's pace and stay home. At first, it was all a physical thing. Any kind of surgery completely knocks you down for a few days as your body rushes all the energy and blood to heal the trauma of a knife.
Truth is, we are not always attracted to what’s good for us. Sometimes, our greatest rush is the excitement of what’s new and unexpected… and sometimes, a love partner brings that aspect of excitement into your relationship. I’ve been reading a lot about brain science lately. Brain chemistry is all about the release of different [...]
One of the great strategies for maintaining resiliency is to shift the focus and attention off what’s going wrong and instead focus on what’s going right.
When you see a three-horned monster, RUN!
But otherwise, no matter what’s in front of you, just stand still and breathe.
When you ask people all around the globe the question, “What are you most longing for in your marriage, in your family and in your life?” The not so surprising answer is: Happiness.
Stuff happens--all the time--in life, in relationships, and in business.
Just the other day, I was on top of the world. I was in New York City having some amazing business meetings and heading to a lunch meeting with one of my spiritual mentors, Marianne Williamson, when I received an unexpected phone call. BAM! I was stopped in my tracks.
Lately, I’ve been seeing new friends walk into my life and some of the ones that I thought were solid life-long connections are surprisingly and sadly beginning to fall away.
I’ve been thinking a lot about those friends. What makes that special bond stick with some and feel like sandpaper with others?