Encouragement: The Complete Collection

body doesn't lie

Your body doesn’t lie

That knot in your stomach as you walk into the meeting. The clenching of your teeth as you fight back the words you really want to say. The throbbing in your head as you think about your workload. The churning in your gut when that friend calls who you really don’t want to talk to.

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myth of meditation

The myth of meditation

All of that is true. And then they say this: All of your thoughts will disappear from your mind. This is when your ears prick up like they do when you hear a lie. You tried to meditate once or twice. You sat in an awkward cross-legged position on the floor. You set your timer.

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Renee Zellweger

Renee Zellweger’s ‘lost decade’? No, she just reclaimed her life.

In a feature interview for New York Magazine with the headline “Hollywood almost broke Renee. Now she’s back” she shared in detail exactly what happened, why she took a step not just back, but out of the limelight, an d what was really going on for her at the time. Did she lose a decade

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Writing tips

Writing tips and inspiration (even if you’re not a ‘writer’)

There are the conversations that are full of bold declarations from women who are sure they want to write a book. There are the shy side conversations from women who have a secret yearning to write but have not yet expressed it. And there are the silent ones who follow my work with an inkling

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Don't stop in the middle

Don’t stop in the middle

You’re ready to give up. To quit. To put it back in the box that it came from. You’re tired. Dejected. Frustrated. It’s just not coming together as fast or as easily as you had planned for. ‘Why aren’t I there yet?’ is a phase on an endless loop in your brain. This is nothing

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woman’s path

A woman’s path to healing

Through sharing her own stories, and weaving them through her insightful teachings, she illuminates the ancient philosophy of the Vedas and how we can adapt them into our lives as modern women. “On the path of practice, we adopt the belief that disease happens from within, and so must any cure. We decide that any

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