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Every one is your teacher

Every one is your teacher, whether you know it or not. Yes, the crying baby is teaching something about you, perhaps how you react in times of stress or what it feels like to not be in control. So does your roommate, the cashier, or the homeless person near the freeway. Each person is a teacher to us and that makes each of us a student of one another. Each person invites us in to feel a certain way. Sometimes we repulse. Sometimes we don’t even realize what we’re feeling.  Life  ...

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Be okay with right now

Oftentimes, we are lost in thoughts, imagining a life far off into the future, where things are much better, which can often create anxiety or worry OR we are stuck in the past, replaying those happy memories or painful memories, which often can create regret, sadness, or stress. How about right now? I surely don’t know what will happen five minutes, five days, or five months from now. What I do know is that I can control this moment right now as you’re reading this. So  ...

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The one app that I use every single day and it’s a life-changer

Hello, friends. I’ll get straight to the point. Ever since I got into meditation since January of 2015 (I’m now a certified meditation instructor), it’s been life changing for me. However, I wasn’t as committed to practicing until my grandma’s passing on April 13, 2016. Since then I’ve been practicing every day. I knew that I couldn’t take life for granted and that every moment on this planet is a special one. I don’t know when I go to sleep  ...

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Sit in the discomfort

Try this practice today. Observe how your body and mind are while you engage in something that is challenging or outside your comfort zone. See how your body reacts. See how your mind is. This is how you cultivate body and mind awareness. What does the voice inside you say? See if you can push yourself and sit in the discomfort. Don’t hold your breath, though. Is your body uncomfortable? What about your mind? Observe and let it go. Repeat.

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