Assumed to be the absence of movement. If treated so, nothing positive OR negative happens, just idleness with no direction. Stillness is more like a powerful tool, that when used, helps us find clarity to take inspired action. Stillness is merely the conscious observation of our surrounding, an action that lets the mud settle around … More Stillness
We are damned if we express reactivity and damned if we don’t. Part of us hates that we react, part of us hates the shame of be seen as losing control, and part of us needs to tell someone to ‘fuck off!’ The truth is that our ego is not the enemy here. There is … More Reactivity
The definition of anxiety is the inability to be present in the moment. It is the combination of emotions we experience when we think the “what-ifs” about the past and the “what-ifs” about the future. It is the feeling state we find ourselves in when we chronically entertain the story about a person, situation or … More Anxiety
This is an example of an emotional texture. This texture could be applied to both positive and negative emotions. You can have a harsh happiness and a soft happiness, a harsh anger and a a soften version too. Knowing how to describe our emotional textures helps us with conflict resolution, both internally and with respect … More Softness
Serenity is a state of peace that feels like both duality and oneness. What does Serenity mean to you?
Often times we seek to be independent! Realize the part of you that seeks independence and then be honest with yourself to determine what it is that you truly want to be independent from. Understand that ‘thing’ and you will be moving closer towards your independence. Notice that usually we want to be independent from … More Independence
This action is quite the shape-shifter. A laugh welcomes a positive emotion but it can also introduce some of the most conniving intentions. Our intuition can always sift through the bullshit covered by a smile. Are we brave enough to listen to it? Either way, keep laughing! It just feels good!
Do we respond to our external word or is our external world responding to us? If the latter be true, it would be futile to try to control all that is around a us (i.e. people, circumstances, finances). We would have to take a close look at our internal reality and toss the magnets inside … More Responding
It is said that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Often times we don’t realize that this is most important when both the admired and the beholder are both you! Admire your own beauty first and everyone else’s eyes will follow!