… and other lessons from the Konmari art of decluttering
10 steps for nourishing your heart, healing the body and strengthening the bare bones of your will after trauma.
The only thing that can nurture our souls is our knowledge. And the only way to gain knowledge is to have experiences — to feel good and to feel bad, and to start drawing our own conclusions about what the meaning of those feelings are.
The internal work towards peace starts the minute gratitude fills our vocabulary.
Can we be brave enough to listen to the fire in our hearts and bellies that tell us every single moment where we need to go and what we need to do?
“When we strip away all of the scripts of what we think we ‘should’ say or how we ‘should’ be, it’s the essential true voice that’s left.”
“I wish everyone would see just how magnificent they really are.”
A guide for slowing down, backtracking and finding the most exquisite joy in the ordinary
For better or for worse, we rest in our hearts with the feeling that there is no greater joy than a close strand that keeps the fires burning between two people.
Instead of always hankering after having it all, why don’t we try shifting the focus to celebrating what we already do have?