Speaking from my own heart and experience, betrayal can be one of the most painful experiences one can endure in life. Whether it's a cheating spouse or a backstabbing friend, it can be difficult to move past the hurt and anger that betrayal brings. Initially, it’s easy to play the victim and hold grudges, but there is no real power in that. The only way to truly heal and move forward is through forgiveness. In this blog, I will discuss some of what I have learned around the importance of forgiveness after betrayal and ways in which you can embrace it for your own healing.
In the quest for personal growth and self-improvement, few obstacles are as pervasive and tricky to navigate as our own ego. It's the voice in our head that insists on being right, that takes offense, that constantly seeks validation. However, as daunting as it might seem, the ego isn't necessarily our enemy. In fact, those bad days for your ego could be the very catalyst your soul needs to thrive. Why? Let's delve deeper into the complex world of the ego, its impact on personal growth, and the spiritual progress that emerges from its bad days.
Summer is typically a time to be active, a time to socialize, it’s the season of fire and can be packed with activities, but it's also a good time to slow down and take care of yourself. Amidst the busy schedules, summer allows us to reconnect with our bodies and souls in a different way than what we are used to during other times of the year.
In this hectic and stressful world, it’s easy to get caught up in our everyday lives. It’s easy to become overwhelmed and exhausted by the strain of work, family life, relationships, finances, and other obligations constantly draining us.
But what we often forget amidst the craziness is that taking time for ourselves is essential to our mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being - too often, it falls low on our list of priorities.
I spent the last three days alone...