In a recent meditation, author Tara Brach said something profound. She said we need to see ourselves as part of the ocean. Embracing the waves. Not in fear of the waves or fighting the waves. When we fear or fight the waves we end up with motion sickness. Being tossed around in our life without control. We have to realize that we are one with the entire ocean and that is our power. Continue reading
Psychologist and author Tara Brach mentioned a quote and a poem in a meditation she offered recently that really moved me.
Viktor Frankl, an Austrian neurologist, psychologist and Holocaust survivor said, “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”
How many times have we reacted and regretted it immediately? We made someone feel bad, we yelled, we pressed send, we wounded with words. Continue reading
I was listening to psychologist and meditation teacher Tara Brach on the Tim Ferriss podcast the other day. She asked, “What do I believe that is limiting me?” Do I, like many others, suffer from imposter syndrome? Do I think I’m not smart enough, thin enough, friendly enough, organized enough? Do I think I’m bad at presentations or networking or making money? Continue reading