Tag: happiness

chronic pain

the trap of specificity is its dependence on a very limited scope of potentiality. our desired results are entirely based on our current mindset and established beliefs, thus we benefit from becoming aware of the greater reasons for our wants. the broader, lighter, expansive perspective not only liberates our mind from the chronic pain of…


the future, ii

the source of information we allow into our space is critical today. i’m here as a teacher, while i learn, an observer, while i explore, and a channel, while i discern. i rely on impulses and intuitions, books and spiritual broadcasts. i gather, collate, deconstruct and investigate what feels relevant – to me, for me,…


what the heart wants

acknowledge, appreciate, understand and be grateful for the wants of your heart. those feelings and emotions are important indicators of resonance, and ways to gauge how much we are, or are not being those things for ourselves. we’re trained toward external stimulation, fulfilment, acceptance and happiness, believing more in what we perceive with our ears…


the pursuit of a passion. or, why even try?

  i wonder… how many of us never take the chance – to really go for it – to pursue our passion (which can certainly change), for fear of failing at it? perhaps, because failing at the one thing (since we made it just one thing) we really, always, desperately wanted to be/do presents somewhat of a…