Why People Lie

The most common reason people lie is to make themselves look better in the eyes of others so they might feel better about themselves. They embellish or spin facts they think will place them in a favorable light. Even though many such lies have no impact or are...

Comparison Is Double Edged

Defining our self-worth through comparison necessitates critiquing others. The ego wants so badly to consider itself superior and depends on this status just to feel okay about itself. The subconscious mind doesn’t differentiate between the criticized and the...

Witness to Greatness

Seeking constant recognition from others is an impossible mission and endless endeavor that puts us on an exhausting hamster wheel of external approval-seeking. Requiring admiration and respect from others usually means we don’t feel that way about ourselves....

Self-Sufficiency

Before you’re truly in an emotional and psychological state to help others or change the world, it’s important to feel worthy and complete yourself. Helping others or doing good deeds simply to generate others’ admiration is an ineffective way to...

Attitudes Create Reality

The way you feel about yourself affects how you show up. Others feel your vibration and are likely to respond to you in kind. How you handle adversity, stress and disappointment determines how much time you spend feeling good or bad. Learning to improve your attitude...

Our Intrinsic Goodness

At the core of everyone is a wholesome, good, innocent being trying to make its way in the world. However, our conditioning can prevent us from living fully and freely rooted in our authentic self. Getting trapped in assessing our self-worth in societal terms, causes...