First, let me preface this by saluting everyone world wide who is fighting the good fight against crohns disease. I was diagnosed in 2015, after years of medication for a mystery illness affecting my joints, eyes, and skin. The disease affects everyone differently, and can be super difficult to cope with. I came across this article/blog by Meghan Telpner on some tools she used in her healing journey. There is no cure for crohns (they say), but I believe in the healing and transforming of lives through the human spirit and the power of the most high God. Check out the article, and notice how much of these practices could be beneficial to your everyday life regardless of your situation. Spread light! #DoItNow
Well damn…I can honestly say I’ve never considered the art of meditation having a dark side. I think we often consider mindfulness and being in the ‘now’ to only creative positive results. Time and common sense however, will remind us that everything is not for everyone. Check out this interesting article from Spectator Health about meditation and its darkside. Please let me know your thoughts as well.
I came across this article by Emily Storia in my afternoon web browsing and was thrilled. Those who know me well, know that my daily mantra is ‘all things through prayer and meditation’. I get excited when our conversations shift from gossip and current events, to things that I feel are important…like our gratitude for what we have and love for the art of creation. Let me take this moment to encourage every reader! You exist for a reason. You are special. Get to know your creator and fall in love with yourself. Check out the article on the importance of talking to God.