Sadhana is an ego-transcending spiritual practice endeavoring to obtain a particular result.
True Sadhana (spiritual practice) is moment by moment awareness.
As you bask, let the answers rise up from within. Ask, how do they inform my intention for the day ahead? What action steps do they lead me to commit to manifesting? What specifically will I do today as a result?
Stress is so endemic in our urban culture that we are almost unaware of it. Our 24/7 plugged-in-ness is causing havoc on our natural ecosystems as human beings and having a debilitating effect on our wellbeing.
Sherry Turkle, a Social Studies professor at MIT, talks about us experiencing what she describes as “alone togetherness.” That in spite of all of our interconnectivity, we’ve actually never been so far from Self. Whereby we are constantly in a push-pull effect with no time to slow down, reboot and reflect on what’s really important to us.
The sacred path is about stepping beyond our story, and walking a path of grace, surrender, and unconditional love, no matter what life presents us with. Living in a more authentic way that’s in alignment with Spirit.
Let the process take you and live by the surprises.Read More
Switch off autopilot and acknowledge your experience in the moment.
Spirituality is the act with which we apply ourselves; a way of seeing that determines our outlook. It colors how we will muse with our environment and whether we will see each experience anew, in technicolor view.Read More
Gratitude: The quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return to kindness.
Gratitude can increase your willpower.
Gratitude enhances empathy and reduces aggression. Gratitude improves your self esteem.