Archive of ‘Meditation & Spirituality’ 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…

The Messy Road to Clarity (Includes Free Meditation)

The Yin and Yang of Productivity

6 Mantras to Build a Conscious Business without Burning Out

This article was originally published in Aspire Magazine. People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ~ Maya Angelou The entrepreneurial journey for women is a deeply personal one.We are faced with our deepest demons and our brightest light as we share […] Read more…

Feminine Leadership: The Way of The Future

I spent my 20s living a double life in India. One saw me work in various management positions in the tech start-up industry, launching products, managing teams, keeping insane hours and making more money than I could spend. Another path saw me meditating, traveling to meet enlightened masters, exploring eastern mysticism, alternative health, Yoga, Tai […] Read more…

Inspiration: Darkness, Spirituality and Ancient Wisdom

Your weekly dose of inspiration. Enjoy 🙂 From Overwhelmed to Overjoyed My article is featured on T1Q’s blog! I share four mantras to pursue your life purpose without burning out. Aligning with our purpose can be invigorating and exciting but can soon become overwhelming as we’re faced with endless lists of thing to do to […] Read more…

Inspiration: Rumi, Magic Mike and the Motherwound

Creative Problem Solving with Zen Concepts

Finding Clarity and Peace Through Primary & Secondary Emotions

One of my clients is going through some big life changes. She’s stepping into and owning her power. But as women this isn’t always easy, especially if these changes are at the workplace. We’re programmed to not upset the apple cart and boy, she is really upsetting the apple cart, leaving a toxic work environment that isn’t serving her well anymore. When we spoke last week she said to me “I’m having deep anxiety about this. There is a lot of guilt and this sense that I’m abandoning those who rely on me” We did a quick meditation and I asked: “If we peel the layers of guilt and […] Read more…

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