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Entries tagged with “Personal Growth”

The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” —Theodore Roosevelt Here’s a funny story: a new age thinker died and went to heaven. Upon entering the pearly gates, he saw tw…

The Guru is You

What is a guru, and does this concept have anything to do with your yoga practice?The idea of a guru is a fairly common concept in India, the birthplace of yoga. In the 1960’s, The…

The Joy of Quitting

When is it time to just give up? If you're on the wrong path, the sooner the better, says writer Cash Peters.

The Magic of Beginner's Mind

"In the beginner's mind there are so many possibilities; in the expert's mind, there are few." - Shunryu Suzuki Roshi As children, we're taught that having all the "right" answers …

The Pattern of Fulfillment

As a classic intuitive person, I spend my life discovering patterns. As a social psychologist, professor, and priest, I tend to look at groups of people. Over the years I have disc…

The Second Essential Life Skill: Self-Observe

This is part two of a series featuring the Five Essential Life Skills. My last post featured the first of the skills, Remembering Who You Really Are.The second essential life skill…

The Slow Burn of Personal Growth

Oh, fire, what would we do without you?On farms, crops do better after a fire has licked at the earth and burned off the top layer of old growth in the fields. In the forest, pinec…

Unpacking Some Spiritual Cliché’s: Be Here Now

In my last post, we explored what the cliché of what “Who You Really Are” actually means, and once defined, opened the question of how to access our most authentic selves. This que…

Using the Lens of Self-Awareness to Shift Your Personal Vibration

“The process of genuine, self-loving transformation requires us to view ourselves with new lenses, new ways of really witnessing, as we take the journey inward.”

Why a Little Guilt Can Be Good For You

Guilt is a horrible feeling. When we are little kids, before our moral compass kicks in, we have absolutely no sense of guilt or shame. We know we are not supposed to punch other k…

Why We Must Express What is Inside

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Why You Should Resolve Not To Make Any New Year's Resolutions

The end of December: a season of long, dark nights, cold weather, and a bunch of holidays that try to make us feel better but often end up making us actually feel worse. Then New Y…

Write These 3 Letters to Heal Your Heart

Often considered a forgotten art, the act of letter writing can be transformative and healing—even without sending it.

Yoga and the Journey to Sobriety

I grew up in a household of teetotalers. The only alcohol anyone in my family drank was at the altar during communion—until the church switched to grape juice. Despite my par…

You Are the Alchemist

When we think about the specifics of what we would like to manifest in our lives, our visions should feel absolutely yummy: I mean an “ooh-that-feels-so-wonderful” kind of feeling.…

Your Struggles Don't Define You

For better or worse, challenge is an ingrained part of growth and awakening. All of us have struggles at some point or another. But some who face challenges are happy; some are no…

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