We are all faced with stressors in our everyday lives, but what stresses out one person might not stress out someone else. The same rule applies to all of us, though: what goes up must come down. But how?
Why is it so hard for us to rest? Do you ever just sit still and relax, for hours on end? I want to look at why it is tough, and how I can start building rest into my life.
The final and fourth question in The Work by Byron Katie centres around imagining a world, a version of yourself, without the thought that’s holding you back. Here’s how to tackle it, enjoy!
The Work by Byron Katie is a great way to explore your own thoughts and the impact they have on your life. It centers around 4 questions. In this post, I dive into question 1.
My procrastination is an old friend and companion, but I’m no longer sure this relationship is beneficial. I’m ready, once more, to tackle my procrastination habit. Will you join me?
How would you describe a traumatized person? And what does your trauma look or feel like? I’ve dealt with different kinds of trauma over the past three years, and here are some of the key things I’ve learned so far.
Fasting for health reasons is hot. I could probably find 10 people within my circle of friends who’ve tried it. But fasting for religious reasons, such as Lent, seems to have gone out of style. Why bother with it at all? And can we learn anything from the Ramadan?
Do you sometimes feel that space around your heart tightening when you’re upset? Or do you feel your chest expanding with joy? Knowing whether your heart is open or closed can be key in figuring out yourself and your relationship to others.
How do you get you new year’s resolutions to stick? Why do we so often let them go after a month, or maybe two? Here are some insights that might help you along toward lasting change.
The last day of the year marks a time for reflection. What served you well in 2020? What do you want to leave behind? This post gives you a short exercise and small ritual to let go of the old and welcome the new… to try out by yourself or share with your loved ones close or far away. Happy New Year!