On Feeling Insulted

Imagine being in a restaurant and noticing that two parties who came in after you were served first. You might feel slighted because you weren’t attended to in the order that you arrived. Would you stew over the matter and create a bigger emotional response,...

Our Offering

We are trained by society to compete and make our mark on the world. We’re taught to outperform our peers and cater to outside approval. But, right guidance is rarely available from the outside. It is we who know best how to navigate life according to our...

Measured Response

Newton’s third law, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction,” not only applies to physical matter, but also to human emotions. When things get heated in a conversation, we’re likely to match the degree and pitch of one...

Our Desires

Life gives us what we need, even if it’s not what we’re expecting. The personalities, opportunities, challenges and delight is a direct consequence of the vibration we radiate into the world. The more our thoughts and behavior are in alignment with what we...

Effort and Detachment

It’s common to think that detachment means we don’t care. Many of us believe that, if we let go of our worry and anxiety about the outcome of our endeavors, our motivation will flag and our performance will suffer. That concern comes from a superficial...