Asking our heart’s advice is a way of inviting greater wholeness to guide our decisions and actions. Tuning into our heart helps us tune into the greater wholeness of life and our innermost essence. If you are struggling with a decision, it is a sign that you need a bigger context from which to see your[…]
Watch a demonstration of the heart centering sequence Practice the heart centering sequence to use your heart’s energy field and intelligence to reduce stress levels and optimize your own inner “coherence”. Coherence corresponds to the efficient or optimal functioning of your body’s systems due to a measurable degree of order, harmony and stability in the[…]
A Zen koan of the early 13th century tells of two young Buddhist monks watching a flag flapping in the wind. In contemplating the flag, the two monks began to argue about what they were observing.
What we hold onto most strongly, as if our life depended on it, is what we identify with: our point of view, our opinions, our ideas, beliefs and anything or everything that we consider part of our identity. A “holding on” that is the basis of all disease: both individually and collectively.
Want to be inspired? This week’s free e-training offers you a front row seat at a full conference given by Judyann about how and why life began. Discover the little known principle of evolution put forth by Charles Darwin that explains the CREATIVE FORCE behind evolution, and how this force led to the expression of[…]
The recent tragic and dramatic events in France and the influx of Syrian refugees have incited many of us to enter a hotly debated duality between the material vs immaterial, science vs religion, us vs them. Given the violence, bloodshed, hypocrisy and scandals in religious movements both past and present, many individuals have turned vehemently against[…]
As we approach the holiday season, most of us look forward to spending time with our families and loved ones. However, such intensive family time can come with its own challenges! The people in our families mean a lot to us, usually more so than other people we know less intimately, and so we can[…]