わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the...
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
Do we guide our confidence through successful experiences, or is confidence something that is nurtured into our minds from early childhood development? How is it that two children can be raised in the same community, attend the same school, are raised in identical socio-economic pressures and yet one... Read more
When thinking about stress, we usually think about headaches, fatigue, and common physical reactions like muscle twitches. As a group we react to the stress responses that are obvious and affect our well-being in the present tense, and rarely monitor the delayed or long term internal stress response and... Read more
At a young very young age our minds are fed with notions like “take pride in the work you do” or “be proud of yourself”, but do we value the consequences of holding this lens on the world? I remember hearing voices from teachers and coaches telling me to “hold... Read more
Think for a second or two about the people you consistently spend most of your free time with. We all have a certain social group we connect with regularly, but do we really understand the impact of these relationships in our lives? Ask Yourself “What are these relationships doing to... Read more
I sit down to write on this beautiful morning and I am left with a blank slate! I struggle to come up with any ideas, motivation, or writing power! Taking the time to stimulate my mind, I start to review the media streams of leaders in the empowerment field,... Read more
What is forgiveness? Can I really forgive all those people who cut me off, bullied me, cheated on me, talked behind my back, physically assaulted me, judged met, or made me feel significantly less than? Don’t I owe it to the universe to balance the scales of justice?... Read more
Recognize that no one is better or worse than you regardless of what they have, or what they look like. You have greatness within you! A Chinese man was slaving away in a mining camp and became in desperate need of a drink of water, and suddenly a merchant... Read more
Brilliant post on the true value of relationships and the impact they have on your life, by Kirss Carr! As wellness seekers, we’re constantly looking for ways to find harmony on our plates, in our bodies, and throughout our lives. Yet sometimes, that harmony comes from making tough... Read more
I always love to hear people speak about the difference between successful people and the majority (failures). They speak to these people like they are on some pedestal, far greater than any of the common folk of the world. But the more you delve into the fine details of... Read more
I have always admired individuals who continue to move forward through life regardless of how many times they have been knocked down. No matter if they face job loss, love loss, cancer, death of the family, financial loss, they just just on moving forward never dwelling in the pain... Read more
Maybe you don’t want to forgive yet, maybe you still feed off the anger you hold from the resentment. Most of the time we aren’t ready to let go of the fire we burden ourselves with holding resentments on other people, it keeps a fire burning we are almost... Read more
Fail your way to success is something Les Brown continues to preach at his seminars. The concept that reaching your pinnacle is all process of being terrible at something and not giving in, because no matter what you are striving towards it’s a promise that you will eventually get... Read more