As seen in Elephant Journal – June 22, 2014 There’s a happier and more productive way to live, beyond noise and mental chatter. It’s in this space, beyond your overworked and overwhelmed mind, where you feel both fully engaged and incredibly at ease. It’s in this space, away from your roles and plans, where you are
A few weeks ago, while in Connecticut, I woke early and stumbled into the lobby of my hotel searching for coffee. While fixing my cuppa joe, I paused and noticed the space and stillness of the early morning and was grateful that time to sit down and enjoy my coffee before the day got going.
For the past six months I have been writing a book currently called SoulForce: Unleashing your Human Potential. It stems from my deep conviction that you have the ability to be focused and fearless in everything that you do but you are all too often blocked from accessing it. I believe that, with daily practice,
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. ~Henry David Thoreau For the past several weeks I have been feeling a
My first day of vacation was spent in rural Connecticut with a brilliant philosopher and healer named Bonnitta Roy. The best way I can describe Bonnitta is “The Horse Whisperer”. Just to be clear, I, aka “Brooklyn Girl”, have spent little to no time with horses. The idea to spend the day meditating with horses
Change is the only constant. ~ Heraclitus These words of the great Greek philosopher Heraclitus have ring loud and so true for me. I’ve heard this quote many, many times and have nodded in agreement many, many times but honestly have not deeply understood it until now. Change has been coming at me like gangbusters
When we stop struggling we are naturally confident and at ease. Michael Carroll – The Mindful Leader I recently wrote on the final page of my journal. It took me two years to fill the book with my insights and the profound thoughts of masters. Upon reviewing my journal, I came across the quote above