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As I Began to Love Myself...

As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”. 459 more words

Fatigue

Bright Blessings

I love images of humming birds and I thought that this image with the background reminded me again of staying positive in a challenging world. I make a point of reading good news stories and about the kindness of people around the world as it shows me again and again that the good in this world far outweighs the negative.

Digital Art

Kickstart a day on positive vibes...

What is in your mind when you wake up in the morning?

Are you start with positive or negatives vibes?

Are you telling yourself,  “I am blessed that I am still alive and enjoying a brand new day.”, “May I bring happiness to all beings.” 94 more words

Buddhism

love letter - ten

Dear love,

If the tender opening of a flower equaled the blooming of your heart, the gentle guided awareness that comes from within will lead you to the recognition of a full body, a full mind, and an expansive spirit of knowingness, of love, of burning gratitude for the awakening of your soul. 93 more words

Loving Kindness

Self-Care Houston

Today I am very grateful that a fun idea has become a reality. I started a podcast where I host conversations with healing professionals (therapists, physicians, wholistic practitioners, psychiatrists, spiritual figures) throughout the Houston area about health and wellness topics.  51 more words

Compassion

Getting over Anger with Loving Kindness

When we feel rising frustration and anger towards an other person, it’s time to tend to our selves, rather than act it out against the other. 256 more words

Middle Ground

Enemies Are Welcome Here.

As I was creating my working model this afternoon, I came across some words of wisdom that were put so well:

As Longfellow said, “If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man’s life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.” This applies not just to outer enemies but inner ones too.

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Psychology