Posts Tagged ‘failure’

Failure for the Sake of It: How to Fail on Purpose

how to integrate failure into daily life

Failure is a glorious thing. It is amazing to fail on purpose, to take note of your failures. So you can revel in them because they mean that you put yourself out there. That’s a vital part of growth, of going for your goals in life, of showing yourself evermore love. Revel in putting yourself…

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Failure: How and Why to Fail on Purpose

femme carrying rattan bag with the words fuera de la oficina on it embracing failure

One of the things that comes up in breathwork often is that folks are scared to do it wrong, to fail at it and therefore be a failure. In the context of breathwork, of energy work, healing work, I’ll say there’s no way to fail or to do it wrong. Just by showing up for…

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How We Communicate with Ourselves

how we communicate with ourselves

How we communicate with ourselves encompasses how we talk to ourselves, how we treat ourselves, and the images we display to ourselves.  These are all modes of communication with an inward focus.  I used to have an old cassette tape in my head that said I was always on the verge of being in trouble. As…

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Pee Break Meditation: Your Sneak Attack on that Meditation Habit

Pee Break Meditation

We have all heard about the power of meditation: it’s calming, centering, lowers blood pressure, improves cognitive function, and makes us feel better overall. Meditation doesn’t just help us in the moment, the effects can be long lasting. In a 2012 study, Desborders et al. (2012)performed before-and-after scans on the brains of participants in an…

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions

Failing to follow through on a New Year’s Resolution may be a near universal experience. Who among us hasn’t set some lofty goal on January 1st only to find that we have slipped into our old habits by mid-March? Apparently, all the cute gym clothes and good intentions in the world aren’t enough to transform…

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