Life's journey conceives an inevitable path for human beings to become adrift. Faced with the threat of stagnation, life becomes jaded with upcoming patterns of daily redundancy. We come independently halted to our own journey's standstill; developing an inquisitive zest purely fueled from (past) obscure life choices. The questions spin through our head in anxiety's repetitive waltz; in … Continue reading From Jaded to Untethered
Happy Mindful Monday, dear readers. This Mindful Monday post is a bit delayed - my apologies! This week has been hectic, but I'm thrilled to be writing this blog post today. This request came from a dear reader all the way in Singapore (Hi, Amira!). I couldn't be more thrilled that this blog is touching lives all around … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Trust, Accept and Go Within.
Happy Monday! I wanted to speak a little bit about mindfulness and the growing process. Growth happens in all areas of our life. I am not talking in the physical sense, but mentally growing through life. I have realized that our greatest periods of growth stem from difficult challenges. Life itself is challenging. Everyone will … Continue reading Mindful Monday – The Process of Growing
“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” - Anais Nin Happy Monday, Readers! I hope you enjoyed your weekend. The mindfulness topic of this week includes coping with an eating disorder in the workplace – a topic rarely spoken about in conversation. Whether you’ve suffered from one or not, eating disorders are a horrible … Continue reading Mindful Monday – How to Mindfully Cope with an Eating Disorder at Work:
Happy Friday, everyone! To end our weekly mindfulness topic of situational depression, I wanted to do something different for this blog post. I wanted to create a sincere letter & reminder for those going through this battle. Like I've explained, I have been there before and the pain is all too familiar. Through mindfulness meditation, … Continue reading Positive Assurance Through Depression – A Letter from Me, to You:
As an empath, I wish I could ease the pain of everyone going through a period of situational depression. I know the feeling of heaviness and sadness that shows its face on a daily basis. Like I've previously described, mindfulness is a great coping mechanism for situational depression (see my last blog post for more.) Most … Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom – 10 Mantras for Situational Depression:
"Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light." — Madeleine L'Engle If you've ever experienced deep sadness, your heart will relate to these words below; Our vision feels foggy. We wake up with the burden of sadness resting on our chest, eager to greet us in early waking hours. We walk through … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Solace and Situational Depression:
My own tidbit about finding the beauty of mindfulness in the most mundane, daily tasks.