If you're feeling stuck or stagnant on your spiritual journey, it's perfectly normal. It may actually be an important part of the growth process.
Who are we really? Are we really who we think we are? Are we who others say we are? Is it enough to believe we are something other than who we have believed ourselves to be? What is the way to know oneself as one truly is?
Suffering seems inevitable in life. But instead of trying to avoid it, can we find the willingness to accept it, and instead to discover what lessons it may have to teach us? Suffering can be a valuable teacher in life. And when I say that, it's not to suggest that we should try to create … Continue reading Suffering is a Valuable Teacher in Life
There is this noble idea of universal unconditional love, that we should love not only those who love us, but even those who hate us, that we should love everyone without distinction. It's very easy to hate someone, but to love can be extremely challenging, especially when that person is difficult to tolerate. This idea … Continue reading How to Love EVERYONE… (Even Your Enemies)
We live in a culture of convenience and quick fixes, and when it comes to spirituality and personal growth we often expect instant results. But what usually happens is that we either bypass the process entirely, by repressing our shadow side and putting on a false show of positivity, or we get so frustrated that … Continue reading Be Patient With Yourself – Growth Takes Time