Our “I Am”

Sages throughout the ages have used the expression “I Am” as a shorthand to describe, not only our personal state of consciousness, but our entire self-conception. It’s more than our identity, it’s the net result of our conditioning as...

Freedom from Approval

When you live your life from a place of wholeness, you don’t require outside approval to feel deserving. You feel good enough without needing to constantly out-perform others. You are self-contained, self-assured and free. This feeling of wholeness allows you to...

Taking It Personally

Our perspective about what’s appropriate behavior comes from our conditioning. Someone else may see the same behavior in a different light. When another’s actions rubs us the wrong way, our reaction can create a problem where no offense was intended. Once...

Not So Serious

Taking ourselves too seriously comes from an underlying insecurity. We might think we’ll appear smarter, less fallible or more worthy when we’re serious, but it’s actually just an indication that we’re dependent on a positive reflection from...

The Way to Be

Practice wanting for others what you want for yourself by being Christ-like rather than Christian, Muhammad-like rather than Muslim and Buddha-like rather than Buddhist. -Wayne Dyer. While political and religious identities can give meaning, it’s easy to become...

Cultivating Your “I Am”

The gap between your real potential and your self-perceived potential is dependent on how you feel about yourself. Your capacity to take on challenges, remain flexible, accept your humanness and express yourself authentically is initially limited by your...