All of your feelings are a gift.
Yet we often judge feelings as good or bad. We often try to eliminate the bad ones and feel only the good ones. However, in doing so, you end up disconnecting from the full range of your heart, self-expression, and power.
To the degree that you suppress what you might think of as the negative feelings is to the degree that you also disconnect from your capacity to fully experience the positive feelings.
Shelly Bullard shares:
Happiness is contingent upon who you are, how you choose to live your life, and aligning yourself with love (inside first, then outside as well).
Full story at: Why The Fantasy Of Prince (Or Princess) Charming Is Dangerous.
One of my favorite bloggers, Jackie Dumaine, has a beautiful post on her blog on the topic of spirituality:
“Being “Spiritual” does not mean giving up who you are. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.
It’s about embracing who you are.
Being “Spiritual” does not mean giving up wine night with the girls or refraining from buying a new pair of stilettos (or two). It means embracing varying levels of friendships and the little pleasures that life has to offer, without being attached to them for your happiness. Continue reading
The FinerMinds team shares this:
How do the spiritual leaders of today define God? Wayne Dyer calls it “the highest place within each and everyone of else. It’s our divine Self.”
Watch this 4-minute video to hear more inspiring descriptions and let us know what you think as well as what your definition of the Divine is.