Archive of ‘Emotional Wellness’ category

Why ‘Feel Your Fear and Do It Anyway’ is Terrible Advice

The problem with advice like ‘feel your fear and do it anyway’ is that the emphasis is not on the ‘feel it’ (passive/feminine) part, but strongly on the ‘do it'(active/masculine) part. This is how we become un-balanced and un-whole. If the body is in survival mode and we’re intellectually trying to talk ourselves out of […] Read more…

Getting to the Heart of Leadership

Mystics have known for thousands of years what science is now catching up with. The western world views the heart in a deeply compartmentalized and objective light: physiologically it’s a blood pumping organ and psychologically it’s the home of love, often the romantic kind. The heart and it’s energy are far more nuanced and powerful […] Read more…

An Inside-Out Approach to Leadership: My Interview Feature in OSHO Times Edizione Italiana

I’m excited to share that I’m featured in the April edition of OSHO Times Edizione Italiana – an Italian publication dedicated to Osho’s meditation, mindfulness and the science of the inner. In this interview with the beautiful and wise Marga Jee Bodhi, we talk about the Zen stick moment which opened the door for me to […] Read more…

Consciousness And Cautiousness Don’t Go Together.

Consciousness and cautiousness don’t go together. Caution, fear, suspicion makes the idea of loss bigger than it is. In reality, nothing real or worthwhile can be ‘lost’ or taken away from us. But we begin living like relentless guardians of ‘something important’, allowing cautiousness, suspicion, fear to prevail and dominate our psyche. This cautiousness chips […] Read more…

How The Mother Wound Impacts Women’s Success and Empowerment

This isn’t going to be a popular post. I’m going to talk about the underbelly of women’s empowerment: the mother wound Before I talk about the mother wound, here’s why it’s important. There’s a fundamental requirement if women are going to succeed and enjoy true empowerment in these times. That requirement is the need for women […] Read more…

The Messy Road to Clarity (Includes Free Meditation)

I remember a time when I’d wake up anxious, my heart beating faster than normal..either I was overwhelmed with too many things to do or I was completely blank: directionless about how to approach my day. Or I’d agonize about a decision, not 100% certain of the direction I needed to take. In this crazed state, I’d […] Read more…

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