Many people come to yoga expecting a workout. What they discover, if they stay long enough, is that yoga is a work-in.
What happens when you commit to a course of study for a year, not out of obligation, but out of desire? You will inevitably transform more than your mind.
So much of personal and spiritual development work tells us to banish the feeling of being “not enough.” But is good enough ever really good enough?
Strength and power are not the same, but can turn strength into power through alignment. This is the blessing contained in the Hebrew phrase yasher koach.
As much as we might like to think that a weekend seminar and a few breakthroughs will give us a new identity and outlook on life, that’s not the reality of how it happens. Transformation is a process that happens over time, and it isn’t always pretty. Here’s some truth, and a roadmap.
Deep Work is about more than just time to think or produce big content pieces. It goes to the essence of what we are bringing to the world.
Rosh Hashana isn’t just the “Jewish New Year.” It’s the start date for the original personal growth immersion experience, an epic journey of the soul.