Entries tagged with “Self-Discovery”
Set an intention for your next yoga class to discover something new about yourself.
Adapted excerpt from The Well-Gardened Mind by Sue Stuart-Smith. (Copyright © 2020 by Sue Stuart-Smith. Reprinted by permission of Scribner, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster Inc.)
Understanding the difference between genuine intuition and a bout of paranoia.
Identify and understand your strengths as a path toward self-discovery.
A retreat can bring more balance into our lives so we can move boldly towards our biggest dreams.
How do you attach to others? Discover attachment styles and why they matter.
A unique approach to capturing special moments in your life.
If you’ve ever wished you had the power to control your dreams, a process called lucid dreaming, you’ve now got a good reason to try—not that it wouldn’t be nice to be able to put …
Your gut can be a really important source of wisdom in your life.
How you talk too and treat yourself are the biggest contributors to establishing how you truly feel.
Explore a new relationship with reality by shifting consciousness from the personality/ego to the soul.
We can reconnect to ourselves, gaining a deeper, fuller understanding of who we are, by reconnecting to nature.
If your friends bring out the best in you, what can you learn about yourself during that reveal?
When you start on the most important, wondrous journey of self-discovery and unwrap the gift of yourself, you not only light up your life, you also lighten the burden of ‘sometimes’ in others just by being you!
Dig into your old journals, photo albums, and see what you can learn about yourself.
"If you walk embracing the principle that you are walking the labyrinth to learn about yourself, rather than it, you will become aware of your tendencies. This awareness will offer you the opportunity to experiment with other options, other ways of being, to try them on to see if they are a better fit."
Learning to replay and observe the energy of every day interactions frees up space for autonomy and self-actualization.