Entries tagged with “Self-Awareness”
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What is spiritual health and how can you improve yours? Try this spiritual health assessment tool as a starting point.
According to a new study, the relationship between happiness and personality is more complex than we thought.
An examen practice can assist in finding and interpreting the thread of spirituality that is always in your life.
Awakening Through Acro Yoga
This is the time of year when we wish people “Happy” or a variation on the theme, “Merry.” Happy Holidays. Happy Hanukah, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year. The other night my husban…
The only thing I know for sure is that I deserve this.
“Through the consistent practices of self-compassion and meditation, I’ve discovered a few perspective shifts that have transformed my sense of self-worth.”
Giving of yourself creates room for intimacy
We all have bad days, where nothing we do seems to work out the way we planned. If these days are more common than not, you might feel like you are merely surviving your life. It i…
In our high-tech world filled with 24-7 technology, social media and the need to be connected to our smart phones at every turn, the idea of getting away to unplug and rejuvenate s…
I recently led a group of older elementary school students through the experience of walking a labyrinth as a symbolic pilgrimage. Beforehand, I encouraged them to become aware of …
Use this guided meditation as a way to practice listening softly through the lens of your heart.
Exploring your purpose, using contemplation, and defining values can provide a roadmap to meaningful life.
“It takes courage to let go of habits and beliefs championed by our parents and those we respect, but we must if we are to ever get close to a mindfulness practice.”
Discover what’s in your heart, rather than what’s in your head.
If we’re all one interconnected humanity, what’s our common root system? Do we exist in a state of universal oneness?
According to Dr. Richard C. Schwartz, systemic family therapist and founder of Internal Family Systems, there really are No Bad Parts.
Stressed? Depleted? Us too. These restorative practices are designed to help you replenish yourself.