What we choose to do with our time sculpts our wellness and matters greatly. When we invite the simple and relaxing practices of gratitude and mindfulness into our daily lives, we begin to sense the willingness of our minds and bodies to collaborate fully with us in the most positive, transformative ways.
For us to truly find fulfilment, contentment and fullness of life, we need to be in touch with our hearts. We cannot love others, indeed we oursleves become unlovely and unloveable if our hearts are hardened, small and tart.
Suffering as a sacred space. It’s not a supernatural cause-and-effect experiment from the sky, specifically designed to do something to us or in us.