Abstract: There are things we can do to prepare for the death of a beloved—and the grief that accompanies it. In this two-part series on preparing for the death of a beloved I offer tips to help navigate the coming death. Part 1 covers taking care of everyone else. Part 2 covers taking care of yourself. Material is condensed from my upcoming book, “The Afterlife Is a Party: What People and Animals Teach Us About Love, Reincarnation, and the Other…Continue
I’m not good enough.
I’ll never earn as much money as I need to.
No one will ever like the real me.
I’m afraid of dying poor.
I’m afraid of looking stupid.
There aren’t enough good jobs to go around.
I have to please people so that they’ll love me.
Sound familiar? These are limiting beliefs and we all have them. They are those nasty little stories we tell ourselves, and we learned some when we were kids from our family,…Continue
Abstract—Upon waiting 2000 years for Apostle Paul’s promise of Jesus’ impending return, it is time to consider other possibilities. The problem for all religions and disciplines is not obtaining eternal life, but rather of accepting and coming to terms with the notion of living in an eternity. We’ve been given the tools; we must learn to use them.
A Promise that Never Came
The Apostle Paul wrote his letter to the Thessalonians: Jesus…Continue
When you’re looking to take your yoga practice to the next level, it’s important to make sure it’s consistent. You also want a consistent space to do your yoga practice in. This is why it’s an excellent idea to develop a yoga studio at home. If you already have one that needs to be updated, consider the following tips.
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