Where do you fall on the spectrum of goal-setters to manifesters? SMART goals? Manifesting? Somewhere in between? Or, none of the above? I have a new frame to help you navigate the tough road.
We tend to think of rituals in the context of religious observance, but they have a role in all areas of our life. What is the power and purpose of rituals outside of religion, and how does this enhance meaning and fulfillment?
Questions may facilitate learning, but they are also rituals in their own right. They play a starring role in connection with an event that celebrates freedom. What do the questions teach us about freedom? A whole lot.
The mandate on Passover is “to tell” the story of the Exodus. But what exactly does this mean? And how can we apply this to other areas of our lives?
In case you didn’t get enough questions at your Passover Seder, I have one more: What’s the purpose of all the questions?
I used to believe that meditation was about finding that miracle space where I wouldn’t hear thoughts or voices, either internal or external. I used to believe each time my focus strayed from my breath that I was “failing” in meditation. I’ve been learning that the goal of meditation isn’t what I originally thought.