"An emotion is the body’s reaction to your mind."
"When you forgive yourself, you are not pretending as though it never happened. On the contrary, you are acknowledging that your actions have consequences. But the consequences need not include self-inflicted negative feelings. Not forgiving yourself is like picking at an open wound; you are only making a bad situation worse. The wound is already there, but you do have control over your reaction to it, and you can stop it from getting worse."
"Be aware of what you’re really upset about. When it’s hysterical, it’s historical. If you’re going from 0-60 because they forgot to give you extra hot sauce with your order, it’s triggering an old wound that hasn’t been healed. Don’t take it out on the delivery guy. 12. Communicate as your best self."
"the right question is, “How do I dance with the fear?” Fear is not the enemy. Paralysis is the enemy."
"From the stillness of meditation arises the wisdom we all hold deep within ourselves of what’s right and wrong for us in life."
"Use this mist as you would a commercial room-freshening spray, and mist it generously throughout the room or house in order to infuse the space with its unique, custom-tailored magical vibrations. Spray it high into the air. Magic Stress Eraser Mist Simple. It erases stress magically. If stress is a challenge for you, it might be a good idea to keep a travel mister of this in your purse or at your desk. Ingredients: Bach Rescue Remedy Essential oil of lavender Essential oil of peppermint Rose water in a mister Put 4 drops of Rescue Remedy, 6 drops of lavender, and 4 drops of peppermint in the mister. Shake. Hold the bottle in both hands, and empower it with your intention to erase stress and create a peaceful, uplifting, and serene atmosphere. Visualize very bright white light filling the bottle. From Magical Housekeeping, by Tess Whitehurst"