Centered in Being

Centered in Being


June 22. 2017 | by Devi Archer | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles

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What does is mean to be “ Centered in Being ”? Many times we hear or use familiar expressions like “centered” “losing your center”, or “left of center”...

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Conscious Leadership

Conscious Leadership


March 31. 2016 | by Kjirsten Sigmund | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles

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How many times in your life have you had a moment where someone did or said something so simple, so small, and yet you feel that it profoundly made your life better?  For many of us, it can be uncomfortable to think of ourselves as powerful enough to have influence over someone else or we may doubt our ability asking “How can one little act of service, performed with intention and mindfulness, really change someone's life?”  Sometimes it can feel overwhelming that who we are and how we choose to be in the world can matter that much to other people.  I believe that as long as we make leadership something larger than us, as long as we choose to keep leadership something that is outside of our reach, and as long as we make it about changing the entire world and everything in it, we, unfortunately, give ourselves an excuse and permission not to demand it every day from ourselves and from each other, because it feels too big. What if we play with this concept and look at...

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When a Laugh Really Isn’t Funny


January 28. 2016 | by Brook Still | A-Ha! Moments, Featured Articles

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I love a good laugh and being able to laugh at oneself is of utmost importance in getting through this whole life process without taking yourself too seriously.  There is however a major difference in laughing at yourself and using self-deprecating humor.  I have found that a lot of young people pick up this behavior as a way to maneuver through school and often they  wind up carrying it into adulthood causing great harm to themselves.  So sure, everyone is laughing at your jokes, however, you are using your words against you.  Though the adulation of making others laugh may feel great, inside you feel small and insignificant, and you end up programming your brain that you are those  things. This is some of the worst programming we can do on ourselves.  It usually starts with someone poking fun at us, then even stronger than that, full blown bullying starts with: look at so and so they’re ugly, stupid, fat, have nasty acne, and the list goes on and on.  If the bullying is really bad our defense mechanism may...

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