Category: judgement

The Distorted Mirror | Body Dysmorphia 

One morning, my roommate attempted to compliment me about how thin and healthy I was looking.  To which I proceeded to laugh / scoff, quite rudely…  I didn’t intend to do so, it was the first reaction that I had and I couldn’t hold…

Compassion’s Truest Form

For me, compassion is being able to recognize the hurt in another, accepting that your reaction to their pain can either help them heal or create further pain, and consciously choosing the path of healing – instead of perpetuating the cycle of sadness and…

Chaos Serene – Examining our Mental Vortex

How does one examine the swirling inner vortex of their own mind?  How do you pin a false belief down in this enormous sea of thoughts and feelings? The answer is that you must never pin anything down.  That, in itself, is the worst…

Love and Compassion: Higher Purpose

We all have our own truths to discover in whatever way is necessary for our higher selves. One thing to keep in mind is that no answer is ever truly wrong, just different than what you hold to be true.         Ever heard the…