As I was contemplating on this weekend’s post the following poem by the 13th century poet and mystic Rumi comes to mind. This has been the question this week from several clients. The very nature of being human is to experience several thoughts, emotions and perceptions. We tend to want to make meaning of everything … Continue reading Rumi in the 21st Century
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) I conducted corporate trainings over the last weeks. The one common feature that I recognize in 'beings' is our desire to grasp on to joy, happiness, resist, push away what is unpleasant. Once we learn to become ok with the unpleasantness, embrace the discomfort from a space of openness and … Continue reading Becoming Friends with Discomfort
(A magyar forditás lent található) My conversations this week with clients has led me to believe that most of us are exhausted and overwhelmed after the holidays. I have been experiencing the same. The one practice that has helped me tremendously is to embrace the present moment. When overwhelm wished to overtake my way of … Continue reading Today’s Post
(A magyar forditás lent található) We get so hurt when we do not receive back from our friends in the measure of our expectations. Let us examine the starting point of our actions towards others. Do we act in a certain way and wish to receive back what we decide is appropriate? Or do we … Continue reading Expectation!
(A magyar forditás lent található) Dearest Treasures, Moving from resistance to acceptance is what I feel to share with you today. When we resist reality, we notice a jerk, a contraction, an uneasiness. When we accept because that is the only choice we feel ease, moving downstream and relaxation. What I also add in is … Continue reading Weekend Post
(A magyar forditás lent található) The narrative of our story that we tell ourselves determines and pre disposes us to take actions, think thoughts which determines our happiness levels. A dear friend said to me how she feels inadequate and incomplete due to not being able to have children. This started the process of thinking … Continue reading Narrative