We have such hang-ups about desire. We often chide ourselves for wanting too much, for not wanting enough, for not admitting we have wants… but desire is the impulse of life.
I approach this subject, because if we’re living in pain – in any area of our lives – it may only sound like a good idea to live in bliss and even more so, it may sound completely unattainable.
Here are 3 ways to listen more fully in any conversation, and to fully engage with another when you catch yourself “not really listening” to them. Plus here’s one way to be straight about being distracted when you know there’s no other way you can be in the conversation.
We are so entrenched in our “to-do” lists, our formal declarations of how up to living a big life we are, our “action”-orientedness and our “motivationally”-driven imperatives in today’s world. However, less is always more. And working hard is not always the answer.
Happiness is something in the western world that most of us seek as outside of us. Happiness is not outside of us, but most westerners do everything we can think of to get more happiness into our lives. At what cost?
This Real Bliss is from an unexpected place indeed.
This Real Bliss is about self-care and how we evolve through our own self-care.
You must tear it all down sometimes when you’ve come to the end of the road, the end of the line, the end of your rope.
Boundaries are not barriers. They are very different, and while one is built in negativity, the other can be built in complete positivity.
In this world, where there are more alarm bells being rung almost everyday by almost everyone almost everywhere you turn, there is a greater desire for that place of tranquility…