A space for healing and truth.
Learning how to accept the things we cannot change.
How Do You Know When You're Ready?
Lately I’ve been thinking about the concept of “being ready”. How do you know when you’re ready to get up in the morning? Or when you’re done with your shower? In yoga, how do we know when we are ready to leave one pose to get into a new one? Sometimes it happens “automatically”. You have an alarm, and that decides things
The Myth of Perfection
There’s this quote by Brene Brown that became really popular: “You’re imperfect, and you’re wired for struggle, but you are worthy of love and belonging.” That sounds really cute an’ all, but what does it actually mean? I think I’ve found an answer. And it came to me by way of someone else’s wisdom: “life
The Woo Woo Doesn't Always Work
Not all the Buddhas in the world will solve all our problems. The Woo Woo doesn’t work for someone, yet it does for someone else For the third session of his online course, Charles Eisenstein did something… quite unorthodox. He invited someone to share their story of how the “woo woo” did NOT “work”. Their story went like this:
Big Pain, Little Pain
Let’s say you have a pain of indeterminate size. It could be something raging from “I just stubbed my toe” to “I just lost a loved one”. And you take your pain to 2 different people: Person A and Person B. Person A is not very compassionate. Person B is. (Let’s not dwell into why this is the case, they just are) You go to Person