Tag Archives: meditation

20140222 Finding Your Passion

The best way to truly find passion is by first embracing your strengths and using them to help lead you on your path to success. Read More »

20140208 Self Awareness and Mindfulness

Mindfulness is defined as “Consciously bringing awareness to your here-and-now experience, with openness, interest and receptiveness.” Lack Of Empathy And Social Awareness Can Be Very Damaging. Letting Go Can Be The Hardest Thing To Do. We must Be In Touch With Our Personal Assets And Strengths To Promote Ourselves. "What You Think, You Become" ~ Buddha Read More »

Obstacles to Happiness

I was in the middle of writing about Neuroplasticity for this week’s posting where I was referencing a discussion between His Holiness – the 14th Dalai Lama, and a group of world class neuroscientists in the 1980s. As part of that researching, I ended up listening to a few more of his other discourses that the Dalai Lama engages on ... Read More »

Love Your Enemies Meditation

This meditation will take anywhere from five to 20 minutes, or even longer if you wish. It is recommended that you stay in Steps 1 and 2 for one to two minutes each; in Step 3 for three to five minutes; and in Step 4 for five to 15 minutes. Step by Step 1. Get into a comfortable, seated position, ... Read More »

When a Character Strength Becomes a Weakness

In my youth, I was striven to be “nice.” I tolerated a lot from others. I forgave easily and learned to “turn the other cheek.” I made myself constantly available to other people and asked nothing in return. I remained loyal even when people mistreated me. I helped friends even when my need for help was greater. When friends started calling ... Read More »

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