Audience of One

Basing your self-worth on what others think of you divides your attention. Worrying about their opinions interferes with your authentic expression. You are here to express your truth, not to please others. Besides, you can’t really know what will please them...

Thoughts Have Consequences

Scientific studies show that when you imagine doing something it produces similar physiological effects as actually doing it. This is important because it proves that your thoughts are what create your experience of reality. Developing the discipline to curate what...

How You Choose to Look

No matter what you’re dissatisfied with, if you find something to like about it, and consistently focus your attention on that rather than on the dissatisfaction, you’ll begin to experience a transformation in your life. It might change the very situation...

Stop and Breathe

Negative and fearful thinking leaves you feeling disheartened. When you sink into a vortex of down energy, everything is colored by it, both mentally and physically. Mental propensities such as conjuring up worst case scenarios, over-concern about others’...

Fear and Ego

Fear isn’t all bad. The kind that warns of potential danger can be beneficial. However, fear concerned with protecting the ego robs our energy and evokes anxiety about preserving an image. Fueling concern about unwanted hypothetical outcomes not only feels bad,...

It’s All in the Question

We can’t really know if what we want will actually bring us the feeling we’re looking for. Being attached to getting something in a particular way might prevent us from finding solutions that offer even greater fulfillment. The key to satisfaction is...