Giving Space to Your Creations

There is immense value in leaving, and then returning to, your creations. With a little bit of space, your expressions feel all the less personal. They no longer feels so fully created by 'YOU.' Giving space to them leaves you feeling less like they're 'YOURS' and more like they are a living breathing thing on their own. Like a child, you can only do what you can to birth them into the world and to nurture them, yet once they're here, they are their own creation to grow. Try to recall ...

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The Power of Curiosity

This article was written by guest authors Rachel Hentsch & Sally Coldrick from InfinityFoundry. What is the innermost power that drives us to explore, discover and learn? We are all born with it, yet early on we are often taught to restrain, or even stifle it. Its name is Curiosity, and it is the birth gift of every child and newborn living creature. Young children are naturally inclined to investigate and experiment--- before their experience is tainted by reprimand, negative ...

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The Power of Relationships

Every relationship you develop, from the most casual to the most intimate, serves to help you become more conscious. You are taught to honour others, yet often this is one of the most difficult acts you can perform. For not only does it require you, first and foremost, to honour yourself, it also requires you to come to know yourself. In a larger sense, your relationships are spiritual messengers, they bring into your life revelations about your own strengths and weaknesses. Some of ...

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Distracted by the Noise

What distracts you from your goals? What leaves you questioning the path you are currently on? All around you are distractions and noise. People, places, and things clamouring for your attention, for your time, and for your energy. Some may have your interests at heart, while most have their own interests in mind. Sometimes, your interests may align but this can only be possible when you know what you need and want, outside of the noise. The noise can be overwhelming and supremely ...

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What Icarus Can Teach Us

Do you know the Greek myth of Icarus? Icarus is the son of Daedalus who dared to fly too near the sun on wings of feathers and wax. His father cautioned him that flying too near the Sun would cause the wax to melt. But Icarus became enthralled with his ability to fly and forgot his father's warning. The feathers came loose and Icarus plunged to his death in the sea. As I see it, this myth is a lesson about balance, about finding balance with your ego and with your gifts. It was Icarus' ...

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