Find Peace by Expressing Your Emotions

Sometimes, it’s helpful to be upset.  Mindfulness is characterized by not resisting our reality, and sometimes that reality is emotional upset. Sometimes peaceful acceptance lies not in avoiding the upset, but rather in letting it rule us for a hot second. Although it might sound backwards, freeing our emotions allows us to keep calm when we need it most.  Peace can arrive post-emotion. The way this works is because, when we ignore the upset, we’re actually resisting...

We Are Accountable for Our Own Joy

Have you ever wondered why millions of people read self-help books, but so few actually end up feeling more joyous? There’s one key understanding that’s rarely talked about, but essential for helping us employ everything we read, hear, absorb, or are coached towards. This allows us to find joy. It all starts with an extremely common (totally false) phrase we too often say or think: “I’d be happy if…” and we fill in the blank with some...


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