The Tiger Tiger Years of the Tiger 1902 08 Feb 1902 – 28 Jan 1903 (Water) 1914 08 Feb 1902 – 28 Jan 1903 (Wood) 1926 13 Feb 1926 – 01 Feb 1927 (Fire) 1938 31 Jan 1938 – 18 Feb 1939 (Earth) 1950 17 Feb 1950 – 05 Feb 1951 (Metal) 1962 05 Feb
Written by James Clear You probably realize that consistency is important for making progress, doing better work, getting in shape, and achieving some level of success in most areas of life. I write about the power of consistency often: why repetition is more important than perfection, how small gains add up to big results,
Written by Jen Pastiloff Dear Life, I’m tired of being afraid. And I mean afraid in every sense of the word. I’m afraid of everything. I’m afraid of being robbed. I’m afraid of being raped. I’m afraid of being murdered. I’m afraid to walk to my car alone at night. I’m afraid of being alone.
Meditation can uplift, it can calm, and it can heal. It can serve as an instrument of love and of change. When we choose to sit with ourselves, in quiet contemplation, in an act of self-love, we work in service of change and healing. We become our own gurus, our own healers. We gain insight
Written by Christina Rasmussen When my terminally ill, thirty-five year old, beloved husband lay dying on a small hospital bed, with two oxygen masks over his mouth, I knew the kind of terror that was coming next. I wanted to scream. I wanted to fly out of my pain. I wanted to breathe life again.
Written by John Livesay “If in our daily life we can smile…not only we but everyone else will profit from it.” Thich Nhat Hanh Imagine if that was the first and foremost goal of everyone in business. To smile and monitor their profits based on how many other people they made smile that day. Many
Written by Terri Cole Do you believe you are where you are because of someone else? Do you find yourself blaming others for your pain and disappointment? This is a common occurrence and how the ego mind works. When someone does or says something that causes pain, you may blame them for how they ‘made’
Not that there is a bright side to this experience, but I am actually starting to believe that I am normal, overly sensitive, but NORMAL! — Minny Frank (@minnyfrank) May 14, 2014 Time to get up, get my game face on and go mess with people.. and yes.. they started it…rise and shine. pic.twitter.com/lQMG4gdf0F —
Written by David Ji “When we forgive, we free ourselves from the tie that binds us to the one who hurt us. We become LIBERATED.” Each morning before I meditate, I go through a detailed heart-opening ritual that includes asking myself a few questions. I call this ritual “The Secrets of the SweetSpot” and an