Unconscious Agreements

Most societal agreements help us navigate through life more easily. But in our more personal relationships with family, friends and co-workers, we often make unconscious agreements that inhibit our full expression. When we play small and hold ourselves back from our...

That’s Not a Snake

Most of what you fear exists only in your mind. Just like mistaking a rope for a snake, it’s usually your stories that scare you most. There’s a deep truth that holds important information that can greatly improve how you feel: Life is in constant flux,...

Real Transformation

Integrating healthy new patterns of behavior into your everyday life requires overcoming a mountain of past conditioning. The reason it can take so long to learn some lessons is that it requires effort and intention to undo long-established patterns. Often, all...

The Myth of Quick Fixes

Cultivating genuine well-being requires a strong intention and sincere effort. Just like training for a marathon, mastering a musical instrument or learning a foreign language, it takes sustained practice to train your mind. While these other endeavors will...

The Fear Boogie Man

Fearful stories are made-up scenarios created by your conditioned-self. They’re mostly just internalized voices of authority figures from your past. Though their original purpose was to protect you from perceived harm, they often resulted in instilling you with...

Ego Versus Authenticity

Your authentic self is the joyful observer of your life experience. When you’re identified with this part of yourself, you feel good and life flows. On the other hand, your conditioned self or ego continually makes up stories and narrates everything you witness....