Posts Tagged "love"


Lesson in Receptivity: Learning to Lead with Trust by Mara April 18, 2016 I’m currently surrendering to *trusting the process* FIRST. Historically, trusting has been a last resort for me. Oh hey, well, I’ve exhausted all of my active states of figuring it out, asserting my will, forcing it, tantruming, victiming etc etc etc SO I GUESS I’LL JUST TRUST THE PROCESS NOW. I recently had the flu. 103 degree fever – could...

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Do You Adore Yourself? by Courtney April 9, 2016 The eccentric man who sat before me crossed his legs and reclined further in the metal folding chair, arms stretched out over the back of it, creating the illusion of comfort.  His eyes peered into me with the help of eyeglasses that made perfect circles around his eyes.  He cocked his head to the side and proceeded to ask me, “Do you adore yourself?” I wish I could give you more of the...

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We’ve just returned from an extraordinary “Conscious Living” workshop, and we’d like you to celebrate with us! Bring friends and loved ones to hear firsthand accounts of the workshop experience, bask in the afterglow of a life-changing weekend, and learn about upcoming events and opportunities – including our “Living Your Inspiration” Retreat, coming up April 1-3. We look forward to seeing you...

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I used to roll my eyes….Finding Love Beyond Fear by Erin February 8, 2016 I spent many years of my life badmouthing, criticizing, judging, attacking and generally rejecting everything about my mom. I’d go as far as to say I hated my mom. I didn’t really hate her, but the hurt was so deep, “hate” feels like the closest word to describe it. Though I didn’t say it out loud,  I’m sure she felt it. I walked out the...

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Building Relationships on Growth and Love by Vanessa February 1, 2016 Children absorb and mimic the world around them. My parents, limited by their own conditioning, weren’t equipped to teach me how to consciously relate with myself and others…and even after years of talk therapy, I found myself repeating the same relationship patterns I’d learned as a child. Maybe you can relate? It wasn’t until I was in my 30s and...

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