When you release anger destructively, it means just that: it’s destructive. You either hurt someone, something or yourself. None of those are part of the ultimate goal of...read full story
To stay or become healthy, it is useful for each of us to notice where we are leaking our energy. A good time to do this is when you go to bed each night. To begin the pr...read full story
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer offers an engaging tale about the power of forgiveness in the fiction story of Ryan Kilgore. Driven since childhood by an angry need to settle old score...read full story
Each week, I begin my meditation class by asking my students two questions: 1) Do you meditate? and 2) What are you seeking in a meditation practice?
The answer to the f...read full story
Lord, make me a channel of thy peace.
…That where there is sadness, I may bring joy.
- from The Prayer of St. Francis
Perhaps the surest way to find happiness and ...read full story
Traveling from Chicago to Kona, in Hawaii, to accept an invitation to become a member of the Transformational Leadership Circle (a group of progressive spiritual teachers...read full story
Attitude is vastly important because it presents your image to the world and is the driving force behind behavior. Your attitude influences your world and everything you ...read full story
I recall very clearly one day when I got really upset with my husband. It was nothing more than the normal bumps in any marriage, but I was distressed to the point of cry...read full story
I’m 72 today. Around the time of my birthday last year, I was privileged to be working on a new film project from Hay House called My Greatest Teacher. The sto...read full story
The poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote, “If we could read the secret history of our enemies we would find in each man’s sorrow and suffering enough to disa...read full story