If you want to attract good things, you have to recognize what’s already good.
Hello, my lovely readers!
Hopefully everyone has had a warm and joyful holiday season. I know I’ve really enjoyed spending time with friends and family; it’s been a beautiful celebration of love.
If you’ve been keeping up with this blog for a while (or honestly, even if you’re just glancing at it for the first time), you’ve probably noticed that the things I choose to write about predominantly focus on various ways we can attract greater joy, abundance, and positivity into our lives—things such as practicing mindfulness, living authentically, exploring our creativity, accepting ourselves as we are, toning our chakras, listening to music, expressing gratitude, and embracing purposeful lives. Continue reading “A Nightly Ritual to Attract Joy and Abundance”
Feel them, move through them, and then move forward and let them go.
If you got a chance to look at the article I published this past Monday, “On Healing and Embracing Negative Emotions,” you read about the importance of allowing ourselves to authentically feel the emotions that have traditionally been viewed as “negative,” such as sadness, anger, grief, and resentment—particularly when embarking on a journey of healing. By doing so, we are able to move through our difficult feelings rather than away from them, and ultimately, we return to a place of joy and wholeness. Continue reading “On Healing: What Comes After Feeling the Feelings”
It leads to the experience of many seemingly miraculous moments.
Hello, lovely readers!
You may have noticed that this article is not about the third eye chakra (which should have followed the throat chakra in my Chakra Series). Don’t worry! We are just taking a slight detour. I’ll continue with the Chakra Series on Thursday, but at the moment, there is something pressing on my heart, which I feel deserves an article of its own and simply can’t wait for the Chakra Series to end. It’s all about the notion of authenticity. Continue reading “The Importance of Living Authentically”