Entries tagged with “Acceptance”
Acceptance and tolerance leads to inner and outer peace. Let’s make it our business to practice a little more acceptance for the holidays and for the new year.
Accepting, observing, and experiencing a different family culture as you would another country's may change your perspective.
When blaming yourself for your own suffering becomes a core belief.
From the book Rock and Water: The Power of Thought; The Peace of Letting Go
Conte’s approach hinges on the principle of Yield Theory: the idea that anger is best defused when we meet other people where they are, as opposed to where we would like them to be.
Instead of hiding who we are, we have to embrace the broken times and faults that make us beautiful.
Let’s skip the judgment and step into love.Sometimes when I speak to people of the importance of compassion, I see a look in their eyes that I interpret as, Why? All day long we he…
When you take control, you break fear’s spell. The concept is simple, but is difficult to accomplish because fear is the ultimate enabler. I saw that clearly when I went blind.
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You wouldn’t have to say the Creed.
A reminder from a great blue heron: Cultivating neutrality begins with acceptance of what is.
Excerpted from Let’s Talk About Death: Asking the Questions that Profoundly Change the Way We Live and Die
Making amends can help loosen the weight of the past.
Excerpted from Says Who?: How Asking One Simple Question Can Change How You Think Forever by Ora Nadrich
“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…
If your mind cringes or your belly flip-flops while you read this, you’re not alone.
Yin yoga helps us experience acceptance and connection in a physical way
There are many misconceptions about what radical acceptance — a skill taught in dialectical behavior therapy — actually looks like. One of the biggest myths is that radical ac…
The other day a man stepped into the street, so I stopped my car so he could cross. Suddenly, I felt the overwhelming urge to cry—for no apparent reason. Then I looked more closely…
Writers are nothing if not observers of life. Crafting the words is important, but without our observer self we are only typists. As observers we quiet our minds and let our senses…