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The Soul of the Moment: A Mindfulness Poem for a Full(er) Life

The Soul of the Moment: A Mindfulness Poem for a Full(er) Life

The purpose of life, before anything else, is to live. You know, what’s the point of life if you’re not living it as fully as you know you could? If you know your life could feel more vibrant and full and fulfilling, read this mindfulness poem. It’ll remind you to tend to the smallest things, craving your attention.

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Weather to Match Your Mood: A Poem About Being Understood

Weather to Match Your Mood: A Poem About Being Understood

The right weather to match your mood: it’s like Mother Nature understands you. Here’s a little poem/ode to feeling your feelings and feeling understood when the nature around you mirrors the nature within you. Remember: you're more than your feelings, more than the weather. You're the whole sky, and the earth too.

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Ho’oponopono Prayer for Forgiveness, Healing and Making Things Right

Ho’oponopono Prayer for Forgiveness, Healing and Making Things Right
The Ho’oponopono prayer is part of an ancient Hawaiian practice, and it could play a central role in your relationships and your own physical and emotional healing. Its four tenets: repentance, forgiveness, gratitude, and love. If you're ready to feel better, heal better, and move forward your own way, try this ritual. Continue reading →

A Stargazing Ritual for Depression to Get You Through the Night

A Stargazing Ritual for Depression to Get You Through the Night
When everything’s dark and you just can’t shake it, try this stargazing ritual to reconnect with your true nature: you’re not all light or all dark, but both. You’re the sky AND its stars. You’re not just what your eyes can see... you're so much more. Continue reading →

A Prayer for Self-Compassion & All Your Broken Pieces

A Prayer for Self-Compassion & All Your Broken Pieces

Here's what self-compassion means: giving yourself permission to feel the way you're feeling and to be imperfect, and *still* be loved and accepted. Due for some of that kind of love? Read this prayer for self-compassion. It's mercy where you need it most, glue for all your broken pieces.

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A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

This is a prayer for the lost. It's for the people you've loved and lost and still love. It's for you when you're the one who needs to be carried. We all need that kind of help. So here's a prayer. For the love that keeps you from being too far apart. Even on the days when the people you love feel too far away.

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You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You belong to yourself because you're everything experiencing itself. You look around and see other people and it's easy to think that you're on your own. But your healing is connected to mine. And your hurt. And so are your thoughts, words, and work. Read the poem to remember how connected (and valuable) you are.

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Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

You know when you see signs that you KNOW are meant for you? You see hearts everywhere, in the clouds and leaves, on street signs, or certain animals or words keep showing up. You feel… seen, heard somehow. If you haven’t seen one in a while, let this be your sign that you're ready to receive whatever it is you need.

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Letters from the Sky: A Spiritual Writing Exercise for Hope & Strength

Letters from the Sky: A Spiritual Writing Exercise for Hope & Strength

You’re beautifully entangled with everything. With everyone you love. When you feel it, life is better than good. But, of course, it doesn’t always feel like it. Life can be HARD, confusing, chaotic. Here’s a spiritual writing exercise to get you out of your own head and into your heart.

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