The Real Problem

You only resist what’s happening in the moment when you define something as undesirable. Your conditioning informs your interpretation, which causes you to feel the way you do. When you allow reality to be as it is, you understand that it’s neutral until...

Take a Breather

Extended arguments result from people sticking stubbornly to their positions. If you’re in a conflict, take a break from the energy of the disagreement. A brief interlude can make it easier to open to new perspectives. And step away from your position....

Misdirected Anger

Next time you’re angry at someone, ask yourself if you’re really just upset at how you reacted to the situation. It’s often the way you handle circumstances that causes problems for you, not how others behave. Looking at life this way helps you see...

Look For What’s Right

Looking for what’s right gives you an energy boost. When you put your attention on what (you think) needs improvement, it’s draining. When a correction is really necessary, make a mental note and then move your attention to the solution. Faster results....