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Category: Mindfulness

Removing the Burden to Live in the Now

“The Burden” – that’s the message I received.  What started as excitement, anticipation and curiosity quickly turned into anxiety, fear and self-doubt.  My shoulders slumped and I felt myself shrinking inside, hoping not be noticed…even though nobody else was in the room.  Where did these words come from – delivered with such power?  They were …

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4 Steps to Overcoming Obstacles

Have you ever been devastated after attempting to achieve something and you did not reach the desire result? This topic comes from an inspiring advocate whose passion is to help others create a business and life they love – Marie Forleo.  She recently had a guest on her segment, MarieTV, to discuss tools for getting …

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The Struggle of Love and Fear

I’ve been grappling a lot lately about what is the purpose of BuddhaInspired. So much in fact, that I completely got myself tangled up into a tightly knit ball of stress for the better part of the last 2 months. How ironic – one of the goals in creating this work is to provide tools …

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7 Spiritual Laws of Success in Action

7 Spiritual Laws of Success in Action So I’ve written about basic meditation techniques – sitting comfortably in silent observation, maybe including a mantra or following a guided program. In addition to taking a few moments daily to quiet the mind, I’d like to introduce the concept of the 7 Spiritual Laws of Success. These …

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How to Navigate this Lousy World

Pema Chödrön – if you are not familiar with the individual behind this name, then you are in for an eye-opener right now! Pema Chödrön is a Buddhist teacher, nun and author, as well as a mother and grandmother, so she draws extensively from a variety of vantage points of knowledge and real world experience. …

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In Giving, We Receive

Ever been dared or challenged by a friend??  Maybe you have nicer friends than me!  Well, I was in a deep dialogue with a friend about the concept of this quote and was ultimately challenged to follow this lesson for one day: The yogi who faithfully discharges his responsibilities without personal motive or attachment treads …

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Living in the Moment…NOW

I love silence. I love the sophistication that comes along with the moments of silence. Or maybe that was just my perception when I wrote this sitting in the luxury of the Asiana first class lounge in Seoul .  It had been an epic trip and I was ready to go home.  As a person …

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