Thoughts that Inspire

How Centering Changes Your Life

To be life-affirming and experience-altering, centering needs to bebased on a belief that we are wonderful!When they first truly center, people are often amazed to notice thatthey feel grateful for what…
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When We’re Centered, We Remember Who We Really Are

“When we remember who we really are, we bring together the universal with the personal. Instead of becoming more disembodied or rigidly spiritual, we have a sense of humor about the whole dance of life,…
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From Value Yourself Highly

In her wonderful, eponymous book, Tara Brach develops the concept of “radical acceptance.” She discusses the internal critic as ubiquitous. Beyond accepting ourselves though, those who have had their sense…
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How Centering Changes Your Life

To be life-affirming and experience-altering, centering needs to bebased on a belief that we are wonderful!When they first truly center, people are often amazed to notice thatthey feel grateful for what…
Read More

When We’re Centered, We Remember Who We Really Are

“When we remember who we really are, we bring together the universal with the personal. Instead of becoming more disembodied or rigidly spiritual, we have a sense of humor about the whole dance of life,…
Read More

From Value Yourself Highly

In her wonderful, eponymous book, Tara Brach develops the concept of “radical acceptance.” She discusses the internal critic as ubiquitous. Beyond accepting ourselves though, those who have had their sense…
Read More

How Centering Changes Your Life

To be life-affirming and experience-altering, centering needs to bebased on a belief that we are wonderful!When they first truly center, people are often amazed to notice thatthey feel grateful for what…
Read More

When We’re Centered, We Remember Who We Really Are

“When we remember who we really are, we bring together the universal with the personal. Instead of becoming more disembodied or rigidly spiritual, we have a sense of humor about the whole dance of life,…
Read More

From Value Yourself Highly

In her wonderful, eponymous book, Tara Brach develops the concept of “radical acceptance.” She discusses the internal critic as ubiquitous. Beyond accepting ourselves though, those who have had their sense…
Read More