self-compassion

4 Ways to Cultivate Gratitude Daily

Arielle Parris by Arielle Parris | December 23rd, 2015 | 1 Comment
topic: Personal Growth | tags: compassion, family, family exercise, family time, gratitude, gratitude journal, new year, new year's resolutions, passion, presence, self-compassion, vision board, visions for the new year, Yoga

I find that this is the ideal time of year to tune into the here and now and remember all there is to be grateful for. So if you are feeling stressed out by this season and always thinking of the future, these tips will help you reconnect to the present moment and the gifts you currently possess—through this season, and all that follow.

5 Simple Steps To Cultivate A Beginner’s Mind

Elizabeth Wellington by Elizabeth Wellington | August 12th, 2015 | 3 Comments
topic: Health & Wellness, Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: beginners, breathe, breathing-exercises, Personal Growth, self image, self-compassion, self-love, Yoga, yoga-for-beginners, yoga-practice

Last time I went to the airport, I saw a small boy with his hands and cheeks up against a large glass window. He watched the planes take off over and over again with a look of awe smudged across his face. His reflection held a sense of luminous possibility, as if he realized he could fly too. I stood there, tired and anxious to get to on my flight, witnessing something magical.

The Thing About Overthinking

Bee Bosnak by Bee Bosnak | June 5th, 2012 | 2 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Yoga | tags: be present, believe in myself, contentment, dream, expectations, fear, inner critic, inner wisdom, inspiration, intention, limiting beliefs, overthink, patience, purpose, self-compassion, self-doubt, shift, stillness, transformation, trust, writer's block, Yoga

Overthinking

There is no rush, there is only now. Tapping into patience.

I haven’t written in the past ten days. Writer’s block, stuck in a rut, loss of inspiration … you name it. I’ve come to terms with the fact that my writing usually happens when I write from a place of inspiration and peace, instead of fear and must.

In the past year, something has shifted within me. It is both confusing and wonderful. I cannot put my finger on exactly what is going on, but it seems to be happening in just the right way. One of my favorite quotes is by Arthur Rubinstein: “There are no formulas for living the life you secretly dream about, because if you simply accept and welcome life, it’ll reveal itself to you.”