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Massage Your Mind

Do you enjoy massages? I do, very much in fact. After quite a few hours spent on airplanes lately, I really enjoyed the therapeutic massage I had this past weekend. The knotted up muscles in my back especially appreciated the TLC. We all have vulnerable spots in our bodies that hold the bulk of tension […]

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Love is the Answer

Every act of unkindness is a cry for help, a cry for love. They don’t know what they’re doing. Love them without needing to condone their behavior. See the truth of who they are. Send them love. The above came as part of the guidance I received this past Sunday morning, when I did my […]

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The Wisdom of Simplicity

At the beginning on July, I wrote about my commitment to being grounded in my spiritual practice as I reentered the corporate world. Although I’ve been burning the candle on both ends of late, I’ve managed to start every day with meditation and journaling, even if somewhat abbreviated than before when I had more free […]

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Be A Light

Are you the sort of person who lights up a room when you walk in, or when you walk out? ~ Robert Holden A few weeks ago, I wrote about a tough evening of tennis partly because of the really strong wind. While we were still warming up for the match, one of my teammates […]

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Pilot Your Day

The alarm clock goes off. You hit the snooze button multiple times. At some point, you can’t delay getting out of bed anymore. So, you regretfully throw back the covers and drag yourself into the shower, where you automatically proceed to go through in your mind the likely challenges of your day ahead. Does this—or […]

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Stillness and Quietude

In stillness and quietude, you’ll hear your soul’s wisdom. Take “soul breaks” often, and just breathe and allow. Every so often, I’d post the above thought (or variations thereof) on Twitter, and it remains a crowd favorite. With the hustle and bustle of modern life, it’s easy for our days to go on auto-pilot, filled […]

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Listen to Steve Jobs

We’re saddened by the passing of Steve Jobs on Wednesday. Whether or not you liked his leadership style or how he got things done, you’ll agree that he’ll go down history as a phenomenal innovator. Yet, from what I can tell, what has gone viral on social media since his passing wasn’t how to build […]

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