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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
Growing up and growing on is inevitable no matter how hard you try to stop the clock. And yet, in this image-oriented culture, it’s easy to be fooled into thinking that if you keep your youthful appearance, stay on the treadmill of meaningful work, and attempt to be current when in the presence of your grown children, then nothing much has really changed in your life. When truthfully, the way you were is not the way you are. It only takes a quick glance at the family photo album to confirm that reality.  More
Omega Institute Reinventing Yourself by Joe Dispenza
Nerve cells that fire together, wire together is a common principle in neuroscience. Therefore, if you repeatedly think and act in identical ways on a daily basis, your brain will mold into a specific hardwired pattern that will support the same level of mind. It’s ironic then that most people routinely think the same thoughts, perform the same actions, and secretly expect something different to show up in their lives. More
While it is up to us to discover and explore our personal path, no one is doing so alone. More
Omega Institute Jesus, Spirituality, and the Soul of the Gospels by Thomas Moore
The world is changing. When you look at the surface of cultural developments you see new technology, threats to the environment, and perhaps a loss of traditional religious piety. But if you look closer you may see deeper and more positive developments as well. More and more people are concerned about the planet on which we live, a sign of a maturing moral sense. We are slowly becoming less sexist and are even more open to men and women living the gay life, a sign that our own sexuality is less defensive. 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