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With Today’s Challenges – Love Matters

  With world events creating so much anxiety and uncertainty, it’s becoming clearer to many of us that people working together with kindness, compassion and acceptance are the missing pieces for resetting humanity’s fast and furious trajectory into separation and division. It’s also becoming obvious that we cannot create solutions from the same consciousness level […]

Finding Your Calm through Challenges

If there are two heart attributes to consider rebooting right now they would be compassion and tolerance – for our self as much as others. Many people are feeling their emotions running high making the topic of resilience even more important. Staying tuned to what emotions drain us and which ones help sustain our resilience […]

Practical Intuition – More than Just a Hunch

  Intuition was once considered a mysterious gift bestowed on only a few. More recently, scientists are recognizing it as a skill that anyone can develop. Most of us have had some experience with what we call a hunch, a heart feeling, gut feeling or just a sense of “inner knowing” in making decisions in […]

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart” – Confucius

While world events are happening at a dizzying rate, more and more people are awakening to the need for positive change that represents the kindest aspects of humanity. The call to show up each day as our best self that expresses inclusive love and compassion is growing stronger. Perhaps this is what Confucius meant when […]

3 Ways To Enrich the Holiday Experience

It’s the holiday season and many of us are thinking about gifts that will be meaningful representations of our love and appreciation for the people in our lives. Gifts come in many forms, from things we give to experiences we share, to deeper connections with others. Gifts can also be ways we care for ourselves. […]

How to Not Flip Out When Tensions Run High

Ticked off, impatient, short fused and irritated as heck. Lately it seems that tension is running higher than usual for a lot of people. More than ever patience levels are being challenged for even the most composed individuals. From weather related events, to an unexpected health crisis, to job insecurity and financial turmoil, to shocking […]

Just Sayin’… Stress Can Twist Our Words

Ashley walks in the door, “Hey babe, I didn’t hear from you so I went ahead and picked up some take-out in case you don’t want to cook tonight.” Jason snaps back, “What do you mean I don’t want to cook? Don’t I cook every night? You have no idea how many things I have […]

Can We Stop With the Self-Sabotage Already?

Self-sabotage, it sounds dramatic but let’s be honest: it’s pretty common. Most of us at one time or another have engaged in it. We set a goal or intention, we’re clear on what we want and then we sabotage ourselves by allowing doubts, negative thoughts and emotions to have far too much air-time in our […]

Our Unseen Acts of Kindness

More and more acts of kindness between people are being celebrated. With social media as part of our modern culture these stories are being captured and shared daily. Their viral appeal has a contagious effect that nurtures the positive qualities of humanity. In addition to these celebrated acts of kindness there are also many other […]

The Amazing Power of Care

Watching the news these days can leave one feeling like our world desperately needs more care. Care is a transformative energy realized through our emotions, our attitudes our relationships and how we live our life. We know care is important and that it’s nourishing. This vital resource can add comfort when someone is feeling scared […]

Summer of Kindness

Recently there was a story that gained viral attention about a young grocery store clerk that took it upon himself to escort an elderly woman across the parking lot so she would have a steady arm to lean on. A bystander was so moved by what he witnessed, he took a picture and shared it […]

Self-care Isn’t Selfish – It’s Essential for our Resilience

True self-care is an important part of maintaining balance and well-being. People often associate self-care with activities like taking time off, getting a massage, dining out, etc. As we expand our view of true self-care it becomes more inclusive of where and how we invest our personal energy.   Consider these powerful and effective ways […]

A Super Tool for Keeping Resilient

Resilience is the new skill to have. Resilience helps reduce the emotional and physical effects of time crunch, overload, edginess, financial pressures and unexpected changes. Resilience helps us stay flexible and bounce forward when we are challenged with stressful circumstances. Research shows that daily stress can have a cumulative effect, which can deplete our reserves […]

When Care Becomes Overcare

Compassion and care are powerful attributes of the heart. Hopefully most of us know how good it feels to be cared for. From the smallest acts like someone holding the door open for you, to bigger expressions like a community deciding to crowd source funds to help someone pay for their hospital bills. Compassion and […]

3 Facts to Make You Smarter than Stress

Stress knows no boundaries – it robs us of sleep, our health and happiness and drives us to make choices we often regret. The only way to defend our self against stress is to become smarter than stress. Understanding how the stress response works gives us an advantage by allowing us to take proactive steps. […]

Spring Cleaning Old Beliefs

  With springtime comes new beginnings; a freshness in the air that encourages us to start new and let go of what we don’t need. We often turn our attention to neglected areas at home like the cluttered closet or messy corners. With the energy of fresh starts in the air it’s also a great […]

Balancing Compassion and Care

  It’s become almost a weekly event that a story goes viral about someone that acted with compassion for another in need. The viral momentum of these stories is a reflection of what a lot of us desire in our hearts – a more compassionate and caring world. Compassion is one of the most supportive […]

The Practice of Patience

  Hurry up and wait. It might sound like a humorous oxymoron, yet in our hyper-connected world perhaps it’s truer than not. Here’s an example – have you ever had someone send you a text message and a couple minutes later they call you to see if their message was received? Or maybe you caught […]

Making Choices From the Heart

Have you ever been faced with having to make a choice that seemed to send your mind into an endless thinking marathon? Or maybe you felt completely frozen inside, unable to discern which in the mix of triggered emotions you should focus on first. Choices are something we’re all faced with and they’re constantly either […]

The Heart Hears More Than Just Words

  The lack of feeling heard can really put a strain on relationships. This is true whether it’s a couple, a parent and child, best friends, co-workers; any relationship. Have you ever had a communication with someone only to realize what they said, and what you heard, were totally different? Even the simplest of interactions […]


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