Tag: Accepting change

Are & Be – The Rhythm and Blues of Spirituality

Are & Be – The Rhythm and Blues of Spirituality

Denying and repressing your thoughts are only feeding them, and pushing down emotions and negative thoughts are like a ticking time bomb. It will eventually explode in one way or another through your relationships, your work, your health, etc. The Universe and life will let you know whether by means of a whisper or a wrecking of your entire present life structure to get your attention to something dire that you continue to repress and ignore. So, it’s not so much that we believe what those negative voices have to say, but rather acknowledge they’re there and that they are not some evil, scary monster but rather an unhealed part of ourselves that took form at some point in our lives, most likely early on in our childhood before we could rationally make sense to having our feelings invalidated.

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Bending Won’t Break You: How Life Teaches You to Lean

Bending Won’t Break You: How Life Teaches You to Lean

So, why IS it that life can’t be all smiles and rainbows? Believe it or not, this is actually a good thing.

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Acceptance – The First Step To Inner Peace

Written by on May 18, 2018 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Thrive with 0 Comments
Acceptance  – The First Step To Inner Peace

Overattachment to anything is detrimental. Life changes may not be graceful. Accepting those changes without judging them is a key to inner peace.

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Why Change is So Easy to Want From Others & So Hard to Make For Ourselves

Why Change is So Easy to Want From Others & So Hard to Make For Ourselves

So what it is that is so hard about making positive changes in our lives? We often see how quickly people can pick up habits that cause problems in their lives, often not on purpose of course, but in reaction to dealing with something terribly painful, our incredibly stressful or both. Often times people are unable to handle intense emotions and feelings, especially if they’ve never allowed themselves to feel them before, or if they’ve been raised to believe that it’s a bad thing to express your emotions, they might have an extra hard time with this and with good reason.

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Change Is The Only Constant

Written by on August 7, 2015 in Conscious Living, Thrive with 0 Comments
Change Is The Only Constant

By Omar Cherif After I was done with some sunset beach drumming on the Northern Coast of Egypt I happened to have a small chat with a couple of younger folks. They asked about the single event in my life which has forever changed me. I said drug addiction. Then as I later reflected upon […]

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