Tag: self-help

What We Resist, Persists.

If we’re feeling an emotion, but not allowing ourselves to express it, that energy will only build in our body over time. We can try to suppress it, analyze it, or busy ourselves in order to distract from it, but until we actually face… Continue Reading “What We Resist, Persists.”

Strength in Surrender

There is strength in surrendering to Life by allowing it to just unfold as it will. To letting go of our need to control and the expectations of how we think it “should” be. Strength in surrendering to what we’re actually feeling and allowing… Continue Reading “Strength in Surrender”

Rising Higher

Yesterday on my lunch break, I found myself lost in thought (as I tend to do) while lying in the grass under a tree. I was starting to get stuck in a loop circling around ideas and potential futures of where the world is… Continue Reading “Rising Higher”

All We Need Is a Spark

Even the smallest spark can lead to the brightest flame. All it takes is an idea, a flash of inspiration, a glimpse of potential to lead us in a better direction in Life, because if we can’t even see or envision a new way… Continue Reading “All We Need Is a Spark”

Slow Down. Breathe.

There’s an awareness that comes from slowing down. Much like the difference between driving through a neighbourhood and walking: when moving at a slower pace, we pick up on more of the details. The finer, more subtle points that go unnoticed when driving quickly… Continue Reading “Slow Down. Breathe.”

Build Your Own Home.

Think of your subconscious mind as a house, made up of your beliefs, personality traits, habits, and who you imagine yourself to “be”. When we’re younger, the materials we’re given to build ourselves are provided by our parents, teachers and other people in our… Continue Reading “Build Your Own Home.”