Have you ever let an opportunity pass you by because of fear of the future? This is normal, and it happens to everyone. But that doesn’t mean you should keep on living this way, in constant fear of what might happen. Fear of the future keeps you from living a good life.
Thomas McConkie, a mindfulness coach and founder of the Lower Lights School of Wisdom, hosts the Mindfulness+ podcast on the Skylight app. In the podcast, Thomas uses his unique skillset as a developmental researcher and spiritual leader to illuminate mindfulness in a new way. Each episode is 20 to 30 minutes long, to help you practice mindfulness in bite-sized chunks. This post is a review of the “How to Not Suffer” episode.
What is the key to a good apology, one that has the power to mend and strengthen relationships? And how do you accept an apology? In this post, we’ll talk about why humans need meaningful relationships, the purpose of apologies
The Latin root of the word “compassion” means “to suffer with”. But it doesn’t just involve suffering with someone; it also involves being motivated to act as a result of suffering with someone. This brings out the paradox in exercising compassion: you act out of love for someone else by sharing their pain with them.