“Love is our true essence.”
~ Amma (Mata Amritanadamayi Devi)
I believe the very essence of all that we are
In order for these limitations to be removed completely and replaced with their positive equivalents, I believe one must understand and pull the very “root” of the negativity, (anything less than the root will grow back with time like a weed does). Embracing life-long transformation through Reflective Questioning®, bodywork and meditative practices have been my keys
“It is very important to carefully observe the things we see before we judge. Things aren’t always as they appear.”
~ Ellen J. Barrier
“Look for the answer inside your question.”
All that each person needs and wants is already within! No one can tell anyone else how to effectively address his or her change, nor how to stand strong with
I began making real, lasting progress when I started slowing down, looking within, reflecting and learning to trust my own inner guidance over that of others. Advice at best works partially, some of the time and at worst completely disempowers people by interfering with their ability to rely on and discover their own “inner compasses.” I’ve found the best processes are often the ones that simplify things and guide us in finding and living by our own answers.
“Synchronicity is the soul’s reminder of authorship.”
Therefore, as difficult as it may sound, I believe there are no coincidences, chance encounters or accidents. Through observing myself and many others, there is indeed a feeling of synchronicity when we are positive and flowing and the lack of it when we are not. Perhaps this is not true for everyone, in every situation, at all times but true most of the time. Thankfully with wisdom, understanding and a drive for transformation, we greatly influence our human experience!
“The cure for pain is in the pain.”
Pain is hardly ever consciously invited yet it is so commonly experienced by this human race. Why? As uncomfortable and downright unbearable as pain and suffering are sometimes, they are undeniable, great awakeners. In order to become a mighty
This process for a seed seems necessary and natural but so often I believe many of us resist the same organic process within ourselves. I know I certainly have. Yet when I actually allow myself to first and foremost courageously feel and acknowledge the pain that exists within and then use it to understand and change myself in needed ways, I actually give pain a real purpose in my life. I am then able to release it easier, without resistance, and the