Inner Peace

Uncategorized May 31, 2011

Yesterday I took my daughter to see Kung Fu Panda 2. The message of the story was: to be fulfilled, you must find inner peace. At the end of the film, Poh the Panda makes a wise discovery. He realizes that his past doesn’t matter, and he has a choice to be happy. He can choose his attitude. He discovers that he has spent a lot of useless energy worrying about his childhood. Once he discovers his past, he comes to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter at all. You choose who you are today. This was such a priceless message to share with my seven-year-old. No shock to anyone that knows me, it brought tears to my eyes. We all have made ‘mistakes’ in the past, but that label doesn’t serve us. We have acquired learning experiences, and life lessons. Once we can release our-self from judgement, we can enjoy the magic of the moment, and vow to love more, live more, and appreciate more. As Poh the Panda says, the past doesn’t matter. The only thing that is...

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Be Childlike

Uncategorized May 11, 2011

In childhood, not too much bothers us.  We are carefree, full of hope, and incapable of doubt.  We believe we can fly, be superheroes, and conquer all.  Sadly, this dream diminishes as we get older, and we become blocked and conditioned to feel in-adequate, not good enough, and embrace fear.  The truth is we are all superheros, we all have the capacity to create any lifestyle we want, if we embrace that childlike attitude.  The only thing that stops us from living the life we dream of is ourselves.  We get in the way with ‘I can’t', ‘that will never happen’, and ‘that’s impossibe’.  If we can remember to have faith and trust that if we keep ourselves focused on our dreams, and work hard to manifest them, they do come true.  It’s not as simple as wishing on a star, we do have to take action.  But it’s about believing in ourselves, and trusting that if our intentions are pure and for the...

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Weed your Garden

Uncategorized May 10, 2011

Every day, morning noon or night, I send blessings to many people. Some I have consistent contact with, others are estranged. With genuine love, I wish for peace and happiness for all, especially those who have treated me poorly. You see, I realized as I got older, that I really am different than most people. Different to a fault, as I had a pattern of being easily hurt, becoming a doormat, and not really understanding that relationships are built on respect, and it goes both ways. I always thought that if I just love unconditionally, and forgive, everything would be OK. That is true. Loving and forgiving unconditionally are the only way to truly be happy, and truly be at peace. But I learned over time not to come back for more. I learned to give up the position of doormat, and walk away from relationships that are toxic. And I have found that like attracts like, and now in my adulthood, I am thankfully surrounded by positive, loving and grounded people who look beyond the...

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