You came at me in the stillness of time, seducing me with your offerings of freedom if I would give of myself to your grip. With a desperate longing to be held, I walked in silence, alone and misunderstood with body aching to be part of more than this life. The affirmations proved to be
Are You Thriving or Trapped in the Limitation Box? How do we break from limitations and thrive in life? We consume the books, quiet ourselves in meditation, flood the churches and contort our bodies in yoga studios seeking enlightenment. The wise teachers say it’s right there inside us all along, yet we often live like
Today is Easter Sunday! The activities are endless, with traditions of 5 am sunrise services, the family adorned in bright-colored floral clothing with country club brunches to follow. The families flock to the churches, children paraded like a fashion show with braids and beads, all matching the parents in tow that capture the picture-perfect shot.
“I’m spiritual, but not religious.” This is a popular saying that is now proclaimed with such snap quickness, it’s almost expected. (Said with all variances of enunciation and attachments to indicate a heavy story that’s certain to ensue.) The two parties of religion and spirituality have been quietly separated, spreading the word, working their many
Where did this poverty mindset leak in? As if there’s nobility in lack, a false sense of surviving fuels an arrogant mentality that I don’t need to ask for what I need. The incongruence in my life causes me to constantly work so as to manifest abundance. Where did this neutrality, this canceling out of