How to Find Gratitude in Your Hardest Moments

How to Find Gratitude in Your Hardest Moments

Gratitude comes in many forms and how you experience it can vary a great deal, depending on your intention. It’s easy to hone in on the things you are grateful for when life is going well. A good economy, a happy family, a loving relationship, a successful career, and...
5 Ways to Build a Spiritual Connection with Your Partner

5 Ways to Build a Spiritual Connection with Your Partner

Everyone wants to have meaningful relationships, whether it’s with family and friends, a business partnership, or an intimate relationship. Yet, finding that special someone who is both your best friend and soul mate, and who can bridge the gap of everything in...
Feeling Stuck? Check Your Baggage

Feeling Stuck? Check Your Baggage

Baggage. Everyone has some. To what extent you’re able to maneuver through it is what determines your ability to achieve the success and fulfillment you want—in any area of your life. The key is learning how to know when your baggage is what’s holding you back from...
Fall Meditation to Embody Openness and Self-Reflection

Fall Meditation to Embody Openness and Self-Reflection

Ancient cultures welcomed the changing of seasons by adapting to and synchronizing themselves with nature’s cycles and rhythms. For many of us in modern day society, autumn is marked by the leaves changing color, back-to-school sales, and the arrival of fall décor in...
Find Your True North with Aim and End Goals

Find Your True North with Aim and End Goals

Achieving meaningful goals can be some of the most exhilarating, exciting, and empowering moments in your life. A key component of goal setting is having a vision of where you are heading. Your vision is your “true north” and, like a star in the sky, it is always...
Perception: How to Reframe Your Experiences to Attract Positivity

Perception: How to Reframe Your Experiences to Attract Positivity

You may be familiar with the phrase, “What you go looking for, you’re sure to find.” Every experience you have comes in through sensory perception—taste, touch, sight, sound, and smell. How you perceive and interpret your experiences will trigger a series of thoughts...
How to Turn a Breakdown into a Breakthrough

How to Turn a Breakdown into a Breakthrough

Daily life in today’s world can be crazy. Overwhelm and exhaustion are on the rise as endless to-do lists pile higher and higher with each passing day. Responsibilities pertaining to your career and family fall front and center, and can cause you to spin out of...
How to Avoid Summer Distractions and Stay Focused on Your Goals

How to Avoid Summer Distractions and Stay Focused on Your Goals

Having meaningful goals you want to achieve in your life is what keeps you motivated and inspired to stay focused on what is truly important to you. Summertime, with all it’s fun and excitement, can be a wonderful—and oftentimes disastrous—distraction from the...
Self-Worth: 5 Ways to Identify Your Unique Gifts

Self-Worth: 5 Ways to Identify Your Unique Gifts

It’s said that each of us comes into this life with a set of unique talents and special gifts, and that a desire to be an integral part of the collective is inherent in us all. History books, childhood tales, and modern-day films alike point to the universal...
Deconditioning: How to Create Pattern Interrupts and Learn New Behaviors

Deconditioning: How to Create Pattern Interrupts and Learn New Behaviors

More and more people of all ages and walks of life are recognizing that they’ve adopted unhealthy behavior patterns and they’re desperately searching for a way out. A good dose of deconditioning might just be what you need to turn things around so you can start living...
Everyday Magic: 3 Daily Rituals to Connect You to the Present

Everyday Magic: 3 Daily Rituals to Connect You to the Present

Psychologist Dr. Jean Houston has said that we are the victims of an “age of interrupted process.” Meaning, you generally know a bit about how things begin and how they end, but you are rarely present throughout the middle – or the process. The point she...
A Guided Meditation to Embrace Summertime

A Guided Meditation to Embrace Summertime

With summer rapidly approaching, you may be gearing up for the fun, excitement, and spontaneity that are just around the corner. Out comes the camping gear, hot dogs, bathing suits, and beach towels as you prepare for family vacations, hot weather, and fun...
How to Set Healthy Relationship Boundaries in All Areas of Life

How to Set Healthy Relationship Boundaries in All Areas of Life

Setting and enforcing healthy boundaries can be the thing that enhances or sabotages relationships in any area of your life, having a detrimental effect on your happiness, confidence, and sense of self-worth. Boundaries play a huge role in personal and professional...
How to Harness the Power of Your Emotions

How to Harness the Power of Your Emotions

Are you using your emotions to inform you or are you letting them control you? Your mental and emotional baggage is primarily responsible for creating the discrepancy between what it is that you say you want and what you are actually experiencing on a daily basis....
Meditation Mindset: 7 Steps to Set Yourself Up for Success

Meditation Mindset: 7 Steps to Set Yourself Up for Success

More and more people are turning to the ancient practice of meditation for cultivating clarity, peace, and purpose in their lives. While meditation is simple to practice, for some it is anything but easy. Just like having an entrepreneurial mindset is key to success...
A Guided Meditation for Setting Intentions

A Guided Meditation for Setting Intentions

More and more, people are doing away with New Year’s resolutions and instead setting intentions for what they would like to achieve over the next 12 months. Resolutions, intentions, goals—whatever label you prefer to use—are only possible if you take consistent action...
Do you Have an Attitude Problem?

Do you Have an Attitude Problem?

In a world where stress has reached an all-time high, attitude problems are in abundance—from the impatient person behind you in the grocery store checkout to the friend who constantly blames others and make excuses to the co-worker who complains about people and...