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- 10/21/17--03:10: 3 Vital Ingredients to Living a Luminous Life
- 10/22/17--03:05: What Breast Cancer Taught Me That I’m Thankful For
- 10/22/17--03:10: Understanding How Energy Moves Through Our Bodies
- 10/23/17--03:05: You Deserve to Take Up Space in the World
- 10/23/17--03:10: The Myth of The Self-Made Man
When you are fiercely devoted to being your best self and living a life that’s aligned with what matters most, it’s essential to have simple, practical strategies to navigate your days in a way that fuels - rather than stifles - your aliveness.
So, am I grateful that I had cancer? Heck no. Wondering whether you’ll live or die and worrying about it coming back sucks. But I am grateful for the lessons I learned while going through my cancer battle. Lessons that I would not have discovered otherwise.
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An evening chakra tuning is one of my favorite meditation practices, and it's actually the most popular guided meditation people seek on my website. I took my first step into that realm more than 15 years ago, when I stumbled into what I thought was a simple hatha yoga class that turned out to be a two-hour chakra awakening session. In that class, I learned that according to ancient Vedic wisdom, there are seven major energy centers in the body. These are known as chakras, a term that derives from the Sanskrit word cakram, meaning “turning” or “wheel.”
When you feel worthy you take up space because you feel deserving of it.
Not in a brutish, obstructive way but in a way of least resistance.
A fluid sense of being…
That this experience on planet earth is a wild ride and that because you are here (and for that simple reason alone),
Even though I write a lot about independence and self-reliance, I also try to be aware of other factors that allowed those values to foster and develop, at least in my case.
I was fortunate to have parents who cared for me. I also had various privilege—racial, gender, socioeconomic, citizenship, etc.