On Setting Goals

What are your thoughts and feelings toward setting goals? I feel that goal setting is a good motivational tool; however, you shouldn’t place an emotional attachment toward completing a goal. In other words, try not to solely focus on its outcome; enjoy the process and evolution of your goal while striving to attain it. ThereContinue reading “On Setting Goals”

A Bit About Transience

I’ve recently been drawn once again to the teaching of the Buddha. There is something so pure and practical about the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism, especially lessons from the Rimpoches, who are considered incarnate lamas. His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, is known as Gyalwa Rinpoche. I listened to a lesson about life and death narratedContinue reading “A Bit About Transience”

Joy is Feeling-Not Thought

There is a lot of information expressing that our thoughts create our reality. I do believe this myself. However, if we place our energy solely on our thoughts and not the associated feelings that go along with them, how will the universe know that we’re sincere? You might have heard, “Fake it til’ you makeContinue reading “Joy is Feeling-Not Thought”

Keeping the Faith

Try not to confuse a belief with faith. A belief is a thought that you keep thinking repeatedly and that which may not serve you. Faith is a knowing that exists from within, not something attained by a habit of thought. Thoughts can be destructive and not serve your greater good. Faith understands that yourContinue reading “Keeping the Faith”

Fear Is A Lie

The following piece is an excerpt from my book, “Word, From Your Mother,” a daily guidance journal written for my children, Liv and Pierce-Gabriel.  Excerpt #62 Fear is a lie. It is not the truth. How do we move past a fear-based society when it is so embedded in our thoughts? I say, start byContinue reading “Fear Is A Lie”