Why are we afraid of meeting ourselves just as we are? Scared to simply be with our thoughts, emotions and our true feelings? The major source of unnecessary anguish I see in my work are those who use avoidance as a way to cope. We have been taught to be afraid of so-called difficult emotions.
Simply defined presence is your ability to be aware in current time. Presence like Being has a non-doingness to it. If we are truly present we don’t need to do anything. When we are present there is a feeling of aliveness and stillness within. Of course, it is possible to be present and still active
Have you ever had the feeling that there is something bigger inside trying to come forward? Do you know the solution to a problem in your life but it remains outside your grasp? You don’t know how to access it. Don’t you realize that within yourself you possess the access to extraordinary capacities and knowledge? What
There is a natural healing power to tears. It’s an organic process our body designed to protect us from external physical irritants and to release emotions: frustration, grief, sadness, anxiety as well as joy, relief. Tears modulate our inner thermostat. While we feel a profound difference when experiencing joy or sadness, grief or ecstasy, our bodies
Ever anxious, tense or have non-stop thinking constantly at play; emotions going up or down and around about like a roller coaster. Sound familiar? Whenever you are feeling scattered, out of sorts, overwhelmed or even nothing at all take a pause and then a breath to allow a tiny space and reconnect with yourself then