In a world filled with competition, tension, and a seemingly endless amount of tragic news and negativity, is it possible to feel more fulfilled than ever? Could we make more confident choices, living with a sense of peace and happiness? Is it possible to accomplish more while also being at ease? How can we maintain the mindset of being enough, of having enough, rather than suffering from a sense of scarcity, yearning, and grasping?
What if the simplest answer is “Know thyself”?
Think of that! How well do you really know yourself? We spend a great deal of time focused outwardly by taking on the expectations and goals of our families and society — sometimes without much thought. But what do you truly value? What do you find beautiful in life? What brings you joy? Do you ever think about your own personality or the reactions you tend to have when something bad (or good!) happens? Read More. . .
I have a problem. I struggle with perfectionism and more often than not, it stops me in my tracks and prevents me from accomplishing more. I’ve decided to kill my ‘Martha Stewart’-like tendancies and live from a more centered place by focusing on my intentions and purpose. Read more about my adventures in killing ‘Martha’ by clicking on the article photo below!
When cultivating the virtue of Integrity, think integration! Examine your own behavior, thoughts, and speech. Pay particular attention to any inconsistencies between what you say and what you actually do. Note when your behavior is inconsistent with your beliefs.
A person of integrity is living from a place of intention. We often find ourselves reacting to situations out of habit or conditioning. However, when we take the time to choose our thoughts, words and deeds carefully, we create a union between our bodies and minds. We become whole. We are trustworthy and honorable.