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The Twin Flames of Contentment and Gratitude

The Twin Flames of Contentment and Gratitude

Contentment taught me how to be here in this moment and really appreciate everything I had and didn’t have. You see my dissatisfaction with life was causing me suffering because I wanted things to be a different, better, or people to be different. I was struggling to accept and meet life where I was.

You are...

You are...

When you see something good in another person, this is called "positive projection." It means what you see in them, is also within you. Take that in.

Put your blinders on!

Put your blinders on!

Those past twelve months were a blast and what I found was liberation and unending joy. Like buckets and buckets of joy. I found that releasing my own judgment about where I should be, what I should be doing, worrying about what someone else was doing--cleared up space in my mind.

You are a Success

You are a Success

It was not until I epically failed in a job and my ego took the hardest blow it had ever felt; did I know that my definition of success (and failure for that matter) had to be defined by me. It was as if all my work prior to this failure did not matter. The only thing that did matter was I did not have what it took to be successful in that job. Or so I thought at the time.

Creating Sustainable Contentment and Happiness

Creating Sustainable Contentment and Happiness

In creating sustainable happiness and contentment, we have to look inside ourselves to see what is getting in the way of creating more of those two things.

Rumi's Infinite Wisdom and Guidance

Rumi's Infinite Wisdom and Guidance

Being on a spiritual path, can be ambiguous. As we move away from strict doctrine, texts, and religion. We are shifting towards relying on our individual connection with Divine, to show us how to move in the world. In a sense, we are returning to our roots when our relationship with God was not defined for us, but by us.

Trust Yourself

Trust Yourself

Practicing listening to ourselves, aligning with our instincts and intuition help strengthen our ability to discern, decide and create inner dependence and trust within ourselves. Our unseen senses are like muscles, they must be used in order to become sharp and strong.  

Make Peace with Yourself

Make Peace with Yourself

Making peace with ourselves, starts every minute of every day. We are not perfect beings, we make mistakes and we don’t always love ourselves as we should. Every day we can offer a tiny bit of peace and loving-kindness to ourselves. That peace and loving-kindness is transformative and it can heal the wounds inside of us that we have created.

Play to Your Strengths!

Play to Your Strengths!

The biggest impact on my career, is finding and working with individuals who excel in areas that are my weakness. In your work life, office politics and power plays can get even the best of us. I’ve found focusing on and embracing other people’s strengths and to not feeling threatened by them gives me more purpose and drive in my job.

The Gift of Synchronicity

The Gift of Synchronicity

Synchronicity was defined by Jung, years ago as "meaningful coincidences." The academic definition is: "The simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible casual connection."  

I believe fully in the idea of synchronicity.  

The Significance of Your Own Life

The Significance of Your Own Life

“Faith is not just about believing in a God, Divinity or a Higher Power. It is about believing in the significance of your own life and purpose.”

Embrace Life's Imperfections!

Embrace Life's Imperfections!

How is it that we've come to expect perfection in our lives, in an imperfect world? How is it that we have come to believe we can control everyone and everything? It's kind of silly when you think of it, trying to control what we have no power or will over. Or being disappointed when life does not manifest in the way we imagine it will.  What can we do to let go of our need to perfect, expect and control?