Trust, like death, is an act of total surrender. It doesn’t always come easily, and we draw to us experiences in our lives that either take us closer to or further from trust. We may believe it to be sought outside of ourselves or bestowed on us by others, but ultimately it rests within each of us.
What are we surrendering to, when we follow the path towards trust? Ourselves, and Source. We’re surrendering to the idea that separation is a fallacy that exists only in our…Continue
Ah, the age old question. It’s been sung about, written about, lamented over, and pondered for eons. And is the answer a universal one that we can all agree on? That’s a good question.
Love is the essence of life. It is what we all are, what we all return to when we leave this physical plane, and what we all seem to seek while we’re here. People seek it through different things – relationships, material possessions, fame, you name it, the root of the seeking is the same: we…Continue
Added by Jenny Griffin on October 4, 2013 at 9:27am — No Comments
First of all, what is stress?
It’s not something external to ourselves, it’s not a situation or an experience; it’s our response to it. It’s a mental assessment of the situation (ie does this require me to worry?) and a physical response to that answer. The hormone that is triggered through our initial mental assessment of the situation actually causes our attention to stay focussed on the cause of the discomfort. A-ha. That is a really important…Continue