All tagged self discovery
If time outs were redesigned as opportunities to come back to ourselves, to really think about our actions holistically—not as “good” or “bad”, “right”, or “wrong,” but whether our actions really align with who we are as humans, then maybe they’d stick around past adolescence. If the timeout matured with us into adulthood, we may not fear moments in elevators, being first to the party, last on the yoga mat, alone on train, because time, out, alone would no longer be a symbol of wrongdoing. A timeout would be sacred.
Focused on her own experiences with gratitude practice and those of her readers, famous actors, authors and average Joes, the author of E Squared (a series of experiments to prove the magic of the universe and power of the mind) Grout approaches gratitude with a humor and logic that lightens the heart, making the reader truly believe anything is possible.
Touching on the notion that a single person's happiness, kindness, and generosity can change the world through collective consciousness and positive energy, Grout provides a true hope for anyone wishing to change the world.
We are never taught how to love the temporary state of our bodies, but we forget: every state is temporary. So, I start with a hastily crafted apology.
I'm sorry for all the names I call you, and times you make me cry. I know you want to do good by me. So do I. Truce?
In order to find peace with the current state of my body, I have to find some perspective, through the body dysmorphia crippling my rational mind.