Entries tagged with “Growth”
Here are some affirmations for new beginnings, no matter when in the calendar you start to observe your new year.
My husband and I met while I was on Maui on vacation and spent the next five months on the phone, back in the pre-Internet days. While “dating” long distance between Maui and Calif…
Seane Corn describes her evolution and the revolution she's taking part in during this interview with Stephen Kiesling.
An excerpt from Bouncing Forward from Michaela Haas, PhD
Manifestation requires alignment with your Emotional Energy System.
You know when you feel stuck? I mean really stuck? Maybe you’re stuck in a bad marriage, or a really crappy job. Or you’re stuck with a body that is causing you grief (for whatever…
There are some surprising benefits to our globally aging population
If you don’t believe in yourself, if you don’t trust yourself, here are ideas to nurture faith.
Joining or starting a “sangha” can support your personal growth.
I remember the first time I went to a talk on “letting go” nearly thirty years ago. I could not comprehend what the speaker was talking about. I remember thinking I didn’t have any…
James Hollis and Stephen Kiesling discuss Jung, accountability, and the stories we tell ourselves.
"whatever makes us look everywhere / but in our core—this is the smoke / that drives us from the living."
“As we find ourselves in the midst of various stages of reopening across the globe, our collective memory of this disaster can either fade away into history or become a drumbeat for a more just, equitable and sustainable society.”
After losing a job in an industry in decline, Jill Herzig came up with a plan for moving forward with her life and career.
When scientists began contemplating the conquest of space, the first problem they encountered – a problem that had to be solved before they could make any headway at all – was how …
Psychological projections serve an important role for self-growth and awareness. So why not strive to be a source of projection for generations to come?
An adapted excerpt from Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges by Lori Deschene