“A rejection is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of success.” — Bo Bennett The Fear of Rejection Rejection is not something we take to kindly. Rejection, for most, is something to be avoided at all costs and if encountered we tend to slip into self-doubt, shame, self-flagellation and a variety of […]
Through spending time alone and away from the buzzing of the crowd, one can find some inner peace, solve and examine their personal issues and troubles, and work on bettering themselves, work on their personal wellbeing and relaxation. In short, time alone may very well lead you to the peace of mind we all so desperately seek. Here is how.
Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for the blessings that we have in our lives. In Hallelujah, songwriter Leonard Cohen takes thankfulness to another level, suggesting that we should be grateful not only for our blessings, but for all of our experiences in life (good, bad, happy, and sad).
Giving Tuesday is a new, compassionate response to Black Friday and Cyber Monday that is gaining traction each year. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
Got “gratitude fatigue”? If you’re tired of the same ol’ tips on counting your blessings, this new twist from Marie Forleo will help you do gratitude the right way. Read more…
Lisa Park combines EEG scanning with speakers and pools of water to visualize her thoughts and emotions. Last year, she exposed her brain patterns to the world with Eunoia, in which she placed five water-filled metal plates atop speakers designed to respond to her real-time brain data.
Demonstrations take place in dozens of US communities following grand jury decision
There is a lot of talk in the self help/spiritual/self improvement circles about how to tune in and connect with your ‘highest self.’ Most of these ideas are centred around the idea that we must connect with our higher selves in order to become a ‘better person’ to have more to give, to have more to offer the world.
In life, unnecessary tolerations can bleed you of energy and make it impossible for you to function effectively. You can’t live a happy, successful, fulfilling life when you’re spending all your energy tolerating things that shouldn’t be tolerated. Sometimes you need to put your foot down.
By Camille Lucy | Inspiremetoday.com The word “love” is one that is thrown around perhaps more often than it should be. We all want to share love with someone, to receive love, to feel loved. It’s a driving force in our lives. But, the term “love” has so many different versions that its meaning has become rather […]
Spirituality is one’s capacity to be guided. It is not about how much we mediate. Or how often we go to church. Or how many yoga poses or Sanskrit words we know. Or how much time we spend praying. Or how many Om pieces of jewelry we have. Spirituality is really about how much we get out of our own way and allow ourselves to be guided by God.
A California couple who survived every parent’s worst nightmare — in April, they awoke to discover their two-and-a-half-year-old daughter Savannah “Savvy” had passed away in her crib from SUDC (Sudden Unexplained Death in Children) — honored her memory by giving another little girl a gift of $100,000.
Highly inspirational video with 14-year old Darius Konstant reciting a poem he wrote that has an awesome message: “When I Look Into a Child’s Eyes…”
There also seems much confusion about what is supposedly “positive or negative”, “subjective or objective”. Some people claim that there is nothing like “objectivity” and all is subjective. Everything depends on how we look at things and quantum mechanics, so they say, shows us that there is no objective reality or truth, but there is only “my” or “your” truth and we create our reality by the thoughts we have, what we like to see and what we focus on. But is that really so?