Don’t change so people will like you. Be yourself and the right people will love the real you. – Unknown Being your real self takes guts. You have to stand strong and don’t care about what others say. But even though you try plugging your ears to other people’s comments, how can you mute the sound playing between your two ears? Well, I have a secret for … Continue reading Is it really that hard to “Be Yourself”?
In every disaster, there are also blessings. In every crisis, there is hope. People wake up to what is important, and they come out of the crisis with new, stronger energy and resolve. You need to understand that the trauma was there to teach you a lesson, acknowledge that lesson, and then thank and forgive the messenger (the person you believe caused you harm) for … Continue reading The answers you need are in you
I have just completed the Mind Mastery 101 course by Sean Webb with whom I’m connected through LinkedIn. He generously offered this $1000 worth online course for free to everyone who would like to take it during the pandemic period. And I was one of the people who were lucky enough to catch this great opportunity. It has been a nine-week course with 45 days … Continue reading Becoming the Master of Your Mind
It has been a few years since I became interested in spirituality and mindfulness. Going through this journey, the change I have been witnessing in my way of thinking has been phenomenal. I have never felt this calm yet creative and productive in my life. Also, one of the main changes I have been noticing is in my reactions. Maybe because of my Mediterranean background, … Continue reading Conscious Reactions
“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.” Vernon Howard The other day, on the radio, I’ve heard a grocery store manager say that the most selling products in their store since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis were baking goods. Why? Because people who would never have time to bake, now had time to do it. They … Continue reading Even a disaster could have a silver lining
Would you ever willingly harm yourself, your property, your relationship, or your success? You certainly wouldn’t. And if you somehow do, you’d never think it was intentional. You would say, just an accident or a mistake. Well, what if other things are lying underneath the surface? What if behind every failure there is an underlying reason? Maybe you took that job, but you were not … Continue reading If you think you have never self-sabotaged, you are wrong
One of my highschool friends mentioned last week in our WhatsApp group a book that she read. The name of the book was; Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life, by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles. As it sounded quite interesting, I decided to read it. But when I checked our library, I have found out that there was a waitlist for it. … Continue reading What’s your Ikigai?
Your life partner whom you can never run away from is not your spouse, your child, your parent or your friend. It’s yourself. If this is a reality, which you and I both know it is, then why not to have a better relationship with yourself? Because, as you deepen your relationship with yourself, your self-love grows. And accordingly, the quality of your life improves. … Continue reading Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Yourself
Empathy is the ability to understand the emotions others are experiencing. But if you go one step further, it becomes the ability to feel what another person is feeling. Sometimes it even turns into an extreme reaction to others’ emotions. During my soul searches and my vulnerability self-checks, I have noticed that I was getting too invested in others’ problems. Especially when it’s the people … Continue reading Too much empathy might get toxic for you
There are so many misconceptions around the notion of meditation. For some reason, most people think of it as an activity for more spiritually inclined ones. The picture that comes to mind when one thinks about meditation is someone sitting up with an extremely straight back and uncomfortably crossed legs. Continue reading and see if your excuse for not meditating is mentioned below. I don’t … Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Meditation
We will be observing the last Supermoon of the year on Thursday, May 7th (today). We will have to wait almost a year until we see the next Supermoon in April 2021. The May full moon has been traditionally called the Flower Moon. Not surprising as it is the time of the year when flowers bloom everywhere. Other known names for this full moon are … Continue reading Flower Moon – Last Supermoon of 2020
It seems like patience is the name of the game these days. More so than it used to be before this whole COVID-19 situation came into our lives. Now, you need to wait for almost everything you used to get in a blink of an eye. Most probably, you are trying to take care of some things that you used to outsource in the past. Like in … Continue reading Exercising patience during the pandemic
The name Braco came to my attention through one of Ann Albers‘ videos. Ann’s opinion as an amazing Angel Communicator, Author, and Spiritual Instructor is important to me. She spoke very highly of Braco, about his extraordinary gaze that reaches and touches one’s soul. Also, she shared her personal experience from one of Braco’s “Power of Silence” events. Even though I was skeptical up to … Continue reading How a gaze could make you feel better? Braco’s might…
Everything within the spiritual context that I read, watch, or listen to these days is about Oneness. I hear the same message again and again. Higher beings and angelic guides keep bringing this up through the humans who channel them. They say that even though we see it as an obstacle, this health crisis brought us together more than ever. It brought a feeling of … Continue reading Journey to Oneness
I don’t know if you also feel the same way, but since the novel coronavirus pandemic related social isolation started, our routines at home went out the window. The waking and sleeping hours have been turned upside down. Because we avoid going out as much as we can, we are not very active. Additionally, it’s hard to find too many new things to do in … Continue reading How is your sleep these days?
This Supermoon is the second and the biggest of three Supermoons that happen back to back this year. The first one was in March, and the next one will be in May. But this time, the moon will be at its closest position to the earth. Hence the extra brightness and its bigger size. It’s called a Supermoon because it appears up to 14% larger … Continue reading April 7 Pink Supermoon, Biggest of the Year, is Tonight
How are you spending your time during the quarantine days? Unless you are a member of health, shelter, food, logistics, security, etc. sectors you must be at home. If you are working from home, your time must be well spent already. Otherwise, being stuck at home due to the pandemic must give you plenty of time. You have completed the long to-do list that has … Continue reading Stand out amongst others at work after the pandemic is over
I have been reading messages and channelled information from many spiritual leaders and writers last few days. The common topic being the Coronavirus Pandemic, almost all are saying the same thing: “The ones who keep their vibration level higher will survive this virus. Whether they get infected by it or not.” It is a fact that your vibration frequency soars if you feel positive, hopeful, … Continue reading What have we learned from COVID-19?
It seems like in this Coronavirus Crisis we are all at a point where we have to make sacrifices for the wellbeing of everyone. We are feeling the weight of uncertainty and worries on our shoulders. Some of us try to stay positive, encourage positivity as much as we can, and keep fear in an arms’ length. It is a fact that being indoors, feeling … Continue reading Life After Coronavirus Pandemic
A couple of statements that Dan Brown makes about love in his book “Origin” got my attention while I was reading it recently. He says; “Love is from another realm. We cannot manufacture it on demand. Nor can we subdue it when it appears. Love is not our choice to make.” He also says; “Love is not a finite emotion. We don’t have only so … Continue reading Love is all we need