“If you want to change the world, start with yourself“ “Don’t believe everything you think” “A life unexamined is not worth living” “There’s nothing to fear, but fear itself. And … Continue reading Ora Nadrich — Transformational Thinking, Dream Work, Questioning your Thoughts, Cultivating Calm State, Life Gazing Practice, and More (#158)
“Our parents bring us into the world, but in the end, we are responsible for what we become.“ –Khalil Gibran Maureen Healy is an award-winning author, sought-after speaker and expert in children’s … Continue reading Maureen Healy — The Life of Happiness, Emotional Self-Regulation, How to Build Resilience, Parent-Child Relationship, and More (#157)
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Justin Brady — Lessons Learned and Short Advice
“When we truly take care of ourselves and become fully present, we bring a quality of grace into every interaction.” “Recognize that life itself is an incredible gift. It is … Continue reading Terri Lonowski — The Maven of Soulful Listening (#156)
Cindy Vuu — Meeting with Dalai Lama, Foundation of Happiness, Living a Good Life, Interdependence and Impermanence, and More (#155)
Why am I writing a post on Psychedelics? A good friend Michael Ostrolenk asked me a few months ago — if I wanted to interview William A. Richards (Bill), and my response was hell yeah.
“Expect anything worthwhile to take a long time.” -Debbie Debbie Millman : Named “one of the most creative people in business” by Fast Company, and “one of the most influential designers … Continue reading Debbie Millman on Deep Relationships, Creativity and Growth, The Importance of Therapy, Hope and Resilience, and More (#154)
The real questions are these: Can we have love and desire in the same relationship over time? How? What exactly would that kind of relationship be?
“The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.” -Rumi Sarah Sarkis’s introduction in her own words: I received my MA from Boston College where I studied Counseling … Continue reading Sarah Sarkis on Mastery, Psychological Flexibility, Emotional Skills and Self-Regulation Practices, Relationship with Risk, Sense of Wellness, and More (#153)
One morning over a cup of coffee in one hand and pen in another hand, I allowed the pen to flow on paper as if my older self—my 40 year old is sitting with me and trying to sooth and advice my current self. This short piece of exercise gave me deep satisfaction and peace deep within. This journaling exercise can be done over and over whenever you feel distracted in life, need a pause in life, or as a self-reflection.
“I tell my Japanese friends all the time, you can’t digitize a bathtub.” “Use your daily life as a place of practice.” “You cannot manage other people unless you manage … Continue reading Jeremy Hunter on The Quality of Life and Attention, Meaningful and Engaged Life, Why Moments Matter, Japan Bathing Culture, and More (#152)
This post isn’t about habits and practices to achieve something, but rather being hopeful during the times of distress, darkness and when our heart is broken. Being hopeful isn’t easy … Continue reading Courage and Hope for Love and Broken Heart