If you’re looking to find time, try letting go of the fear you have related to time. The present moment gives you all the time you need.
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
In the age of the InstaStory, we’ve become storytellers and reporters documenting life, and we’ve stopped living it.
The pursuit of “better habits” is so embedded in our cultural conditioning that we rarely pause to consider the downsides of habits.
The only thing that prevents you from feeling what you want to feel are the blocks you put in the way. Here are the 3 most common traps.
What if the fear and doubt were not regression, but a portal to the next stage of progress?
In our culture, busy has become a badge of honor and a litmus test for success and status. It is also an acceptable form of escape and a culturally-sanctioned addiction.