Month: January 2016

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Positive Transitions

Life is full of transitions. Just as the sunset marks the end of day and the beginning of night, many events in our daily lives signal subtle transitions that have become so familiar to us, that we hardly notice them. When we leave work, for example, our very facial expression transforms in a way that may only be noticeable to very few of our closest relatives or loved ones.

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On Overreacting

We all have our ‘pet peeves’: those little – or sometimes not so little – things that drive us up the wall and make us lose our grasp of reality. Many times these reactions are a response to continuous stress; or to a series of unpleasant experiences that we endure one after another without properly manifesting our emotions in the right way at the right place and time. Then, something silly happens and we just explode. We’ve all been there: it’s only human.

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Impermanence, Reinvention, and Transcendence

What a challenging couple of weeks we’ve had, wow. The main theme of 2016 seems to be impermanence. I had already noticed this shift a week ago, which is why the message last Sunday was about change. Even though change is always taking place one way or another, these past few days have been rather full of shocking news and unexpected transformations.

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In A Minute, Everything Can Change

Whenever abrupt change comes into our lives, it shakes us to the very core. When the change is positive, however sudden, we tend not to think too much about it and we concentrate on feeling happy and grateful which is great. When the change is not that positive or when a painful incident (a loss, an accident, or even a close brush with death) takes place, we spend a long time trying to make sense of what our life truly means.

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You Are Responsible For The Outcome of Your 2016

You have probably been wished a happy new year a lot these past few days and you have more than likely replied in the same manner. While it’s beautiful and noble to wish a happy new year to one another; the truth is that setting intentions for the new year is never as simple as that. It’s not enough to feel it – you have to do the work, too.

Read More »

Positive Transitions

Life is full of transitions. Just as the sunset marks the end of day and the beginning of night, many events in our daily lives signal subtle transitions that have become so familiar to us, that we hardly notice them. When we leave work, for example, our very facial expression transforms in a way that may only be noticeable to very few of our closest relatives or loved ones.

Read More »

On Overreacting

We all have our ‘pet peeves’: those little – or sometimes not so little – things that drive us up the wall and make us lose our grasp of reality. Many times these reactions are a response to continuous stress; or to a series of unpleasant experiences that we endure one after another without properly manifesting our emotions in the right way at the right place and time. Then, something silly happens and we just explode. We’ve all been there: it’s only human.

Read More »

Impermanence, Reinvention, and Transcendence

What a challenging couple of weeks we’ve had, wow. The main theme of 2016 seems to be impermanence. I had already noticed this shift a week ago, which is why the message last Sunday was about change. Even though change is always taking place one way or another, these past few days have been rather full of shocking news and unexpected transformations.

Read More »

In A Minute, Everything Can Change

Whenever abrupt change comes into our lives, it shakes us to the very core. When the change is positive, however sudden, we tend not to think too much about it and we concentrate on feeling happy and grateful which is great. When the change is not that positive or when a painful incident (a loss, an accident, or even a close brush with death) takes place, we spend a long time trying to make sense of what our life truly means.

Read More »

You Are Responsible For The Outcome of Your 2016

You have probably been wished a happy new year a lot these past few days and you have more than likely replied in the same manner. While it’s beautiful and noble to wish a happy new year to one another; the truth is that setting intentions for the new year is never as simple as that. It’s not enough to feel it – you have to do the work, too.

Read More »

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