Opening the Heart through Sadhana

Sadhana. The Sanskrit word for “methodical discipline to attain desired knowledge or goal.” This discipline comes usually in the form of a spiritual practice. This spiritual practice is done to release our attachment to old habits, patterns, and less than desirable...

Phoenix

  “You used to be amazing”  The words ring in my ears. Echoing over the weeks. Play on repeat at random times during the day. I wonder when I stopped being amazing. Was it slow? Like a melting. Or was there a specific trigger that ended my {formerly} amazing...

The next one thousand days

“The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” – C. Joybell C. How did you spend your time in quarantine? Learning new skills? Cleaning a closet? Recovering from trauma? I … spent my time getting myself on the...

Intentionally simple

I raise my head from my books and look around to see that an entire year is gone. Passed. In a flash. Not a bad flash, this isn’t a negative thing. Just an observation.  Life has changed so much in that past year. All of the plans and to-do’s I had at this time last...

Being Love

A few years ago, I was brought the lesson of hate, haters, negativity. I was brought this lesson in the form of those people who “love” us. I was brought this lesson by those people who I had thought were my greatest supporters.

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