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In yoga, self-inquiry is a trusted tool and the basis for action. Life is short. The burning question in yoga is: “What is the purpose of your life?” Setting the goal gives a direction. You can experiment and see what comes back to you as you move in this direction. You can stop and reassess. Is it still the right way? You can see what life gives you–the gifts and the challenges–and recognize the challenges as part of the gift. What are you are meant to do in this lifetime? Why were you born? What does it mean to die? What is supposed to happen in between? More
Joan Anderson talks about why you need to learn to accept change, embrace the unfinished parts of yourself, and become someone you might have never intended to be. More
What does independence really mean, and how can we can experience it in our own lives? More
Before you got out of bed to begin your day, what if you took the time to ask yourself this one simple question, “What is the greatest ideal of myself I can be today?” If you’re patient enough to wait for an answer, you would begin to think differently, says Joe Dispenza. More
A Wealth of Support on the Path to Happiness
While it is up to us to discover and explore our personal path, no one is doing so alone. More
What were Jesus’ teachings really all about? Why we are ready to see the beauty and promise of his vision. More
Stronger than anger, hatred, or revenge, love is the force that has the ability to heal everyone, because love is an act of self-care. Here, New York Times best-selling author Cheryl Richardson offers a glimpse into the power of love in life's challenging moments. More

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