Recently I had a couple super hard conversations. Without going into details that aren’t mine to share, they were the kind that you know in advance could go super sideways. Know what I mean? Want to guess what the most stressful, angsty, and worst part of both was? The pre-conversation dread and fear of the … Continue reading The Good News of Realizing I’m My Worst Enemy
Parts of me are scared, nervous, and frustrated ... and it's fantastic! You see, partially by choice, and partially not, my occupational energies are shifting to destinations unknown along paths previously untraveled. Honestly, it's scary, thrilling, and paralyzing. Satya, the yogic practice of truthfulness, invites us to lovingly be honest with and about ourselves, and … Continue reading Don’t Fake It Until You Make It, Face It Until You Embrace It!
The way we believe life works, reality runs, and the universe behaves greatly shapes who we become and how we behave. In a true sense, then, whether we believe in God or not, our conception of Divine justice and judgment greatly informs how we view and treat others (ESPECIALLY those who've wronged us) and ourselves. … Continue reading A Better Way: Divine Justice/Judgment (It Might NOT Be What You Think)