Being yourself in the online world is scary business. Or so we think. We’re afraid people will judge us. We’re concerned we’ll be found lacking. We’re worried we won’t be good enough. Rubbish. It’s all just a self-limiting lie we tell ourselves. Mark Whitehand of Storytelling Entrepreneurs challenges everyone to a little experiment: get truly […]Read: '33 Things About Bart'
This jade komboloi is one special and multidimensional crystalline friend! First, it draws you in with its sweet and delicate appearance. And once you’re all soft and squishy inside – when, without hardly realising it, you’ve opened yourself up to its energy – that’s when this jade komboloi reveals its true identity and its real […]Read: 'Step into your space travel pod'
You may be tempted to think that this post sounds a bit like a fairytale. Because it has magic, dragons, knights and a castle under siege. No princesses or damsels in distress though. But come to think of it, that last part might be where you fit in. This is a vision about becoming whole again.Read: 'The Vision of the Dragon Knight'
There’s a simple process to finding your calling in life. Simple, but not easy. These are the questions you need to ask yourself. They’ll help you to find your joy: the things that bring you happiness in life. And by finding the hidden meaning behind them, you’re just one step away from your true calling.Read: 'First steps to find your calling in life'
We all have them: memories that we’d much rather forget. Because we feel they’re too painful, too embarrassing or just plain awkward. But all of your past experiences – the good, the bad and the ugly – have made you who you are today. Wanting to deny part of that, is denying part of yourself.Read: 'If I had known back then what I know now'
From whom or what do we gain wisdom? Books? Wise old men? Thrilling experiences? Nope. The only true wisdom is your inner wisdom. But does that make the rest of the world a bunch of idiots you can safely ignore? Here’s a blog post that wants to tease you into connecting with your inner wisdom.Read: 'A quick rave about inner wisdom'
This is the story of Boas. A cat who was a shining example of pure joy, sheer positivism and unwavering happiness. That may sound a bit odd. But goofy little Boas seemed to have the key to anyone’s heart. Breaking through mental barriers imposed by unwritten rules, he simply gave love. Read this to share in his wisdom and happiness.Read: 'The cat who set an example for all of us'
If it’s meant to be, it’ll happen. Has anyone ever said that to you? There’s truth in those words, sure. But there’s a danger as well! Because even if something is meant to happen, you still have to actually do things to make it happen. Here’s why you need to take action. And an interesting answer to the question of what to do.Read: 'Meant to be doesn’t mean easy'
How easy it would be to simply know things. Not things like the square root of pi of course, or how high Mount Everest is. The important stuff. You have that ability! It’s called your intuition. Here’s a post on what your so-called sixth sense really is. And some ideas on how you can learn to listen to it better.Read: 'The A-Z of Meditation: Intuition'
Wise words from the mouth of a modern-day court jester (Ricky Gervais, if you must know): “Happiness is the only success that matters (and the one that your critics are most jealous of).” But what is true happiness? Where do you get it from? Here’s a view on the real source of joy that just might surprise you.Read: 'Happiness is the only success that matters'