bliss

"It wasn’t an easy choice, but I knew what I wanted."
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
No one can demand loyalty and fidelity; it can only grow out of trust and respect. The depth of trust, security, and intimacy can only manifest when we are both committed to ourselves and our partner, and give our love freely, never on demand.
And if you are indeed in a situation where pressure comes from all sides then you must look for the center of the cyclone. That still point in the midst of this whirling storm called life so that you can maintain your personal peace and end up blissed out and not burned out.
The video Melanie sent me is of a college senior who got to play guitar with Bruce Springsteen. We deserve it daily. These
Here are some examples of mindfulness affirmations used when dealing with the discomfort of anxiety or worry. Try to recite these to yourself when you're walking, exercising, driving your car, or if you are so inclined, when you meditate. They really help.
Each generation has its set of timely words. If like me, you were a hippy child of the 1960s, you frequently heard the words, 'far out' which meant something wonderful. These days, a word I've been hearing more and more of is, 'bliss.'
Your rite of passage came with your first breath. And breathe deep my friends, because the air is as crisp as a fresh apple.
Witnessing this robust yet intricate system brings light to the plight of the bees and ourselves unless we adjust our human-centric perspective to one of stewardship. The world does not revolve around the human being.
The good news is, you don't have to use all of your vacation time in order to tap into the feeling of freedom and bliss your mind, body, and soul crave. You can enjoy it now with the following tips below.
Being human is an always expanding evolutionary journey that we all can experience -- but the true gift, at the heart of everything, is the ability to simply be.
I'm asking to let go of worry and to trust with complete conviction that somehow this maze we're traveling in, all connects: one entrance, one exit, so many ways to go in between.
Approaching regret from a cognitive point of view, reframing our thoughts from the past to the future, and asking, "What's next?" can also help to process regrets.
Yes, living your all comes with sacrifice. But by getting rid of the things and relationships that make you only somewhat happy (or plain unhappy), you get to live a life filled with what you love best, and then focus on them with everything you've got.
There are good days and bad days. Big days and little days. And it's not always easy to "stay the course" as my father always said.