Our inner wisdom

Our inner wisdom

“Our inner wisdom is persistent, but quiet. It will always whisper, but it will never stop knocking at your door.” ~Vironika Tugaleva

When we’re in pain and it feels like our lives are crumbling around us, it can be hard to hear our own inner wisdom through the cacophony of anguish hammering at our hearts, but it’s still there, still whispering, still knocking at our heart’s door even then. We just need to quiet ourselves enough to listen, and it will guide us.


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Knowing who I am

Knowing who I am

“Wisdom is knowing I am nothing, love is knowing I am everything, and between the two my life flows.” ~Nisargadatta Maharaj

Sometimes knowing who we are and what our place is in the grand scheme of things means being able to balance ourselves gently in the paradox of two great truths that appear to be in conflict.

How do you stay balanced inside this paradox? Do you have a tendency to find yourself leaning out of the paradox in one direction over the other?


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The body knows

seated woman with gold sparks coming off her skin

“There is deep wisdom within our flesh, if we can only come to our senses and feel it.” ~Elizabeth A. Behnke

Our body holds so much wisdom that we can use to guide our choices, but few of us know how to listen to what our bodies are trying to tell us.

How well do you know your body’s language? How often do you take time to listen to it?