Through my experiences of traveling alone and living in various countries has taught me that we don’t need as much as we think to make us happy in life. The more pure your experience is, the more powerful your life actually becomes. Read More »
I first moved to Manhattan when I was 30 years old. It was a move I made to fulfill the fire within my growing creative soul. I craved more for my career and knew New York City would fulfill all of the desires I needed for the next chapter of my life. The people, the food, the culture in New York City was breathtaking, but like all life situations, the city came with it’s ups and downs. Read More »
Have you ever reached a point in your life when you felt lost? I’ve felt lost many times throughout my years growing up. When I had to choose which university to attend, what profession to enter, and what city to live in next, I felt lost. But having to make tough decisions like these is a life lesson in disguise. It is a reminder from the world that we are the creator of our own destiny. Read More »
Famous poet Rumi once said, “A little while alone in your room will prove more valuable than anything else that could ever be given you.” Contrary to popular belief, being alone doesn’t mean being lonely or anti-social. In fact, spending time alone can be beneficial to your well-being and help you discover your inner voice.
Your inner voice is the best guide to help pave your path of life. We often ignore that spiritual nudge from within, but that internal speech or verbal stream of consciousness is actually your spirit giving you all the answers you’re searching for. The key is to be able to hear it, trust it, and go with it.
To find that powerful inner voice you must learn how to be comfortable with being alone. Read More »