All posts by: Sahera Chohan

When you’re in doubt about your life, where it’s going, and what to do, try this...

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Loving yourself takes mega courage; after all, most of us suffer from a degree of low self-esteem; we are much more prone to be critical of ourselves, and when we compare ourselves to others, we usually come off...

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If you’re not doing what you believe to be your passion, if you have lost touch with something dear to you, if you feel like you’ve lost your mojo, then read on.

You might be suffering from...

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When you allow yourself to feel truly grateful, your energy vibration raises, which according to the 'Law of Attraction', draws into your life more of what you are grateful for...

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In my meditation group this morning, the subject of discussion was the value of procrastination.  You might ask what possible value there could be in procrastinating, and that is a fair question.  Well, here’s the thing.  Sometimes, but not always,...

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When we’re about to do things we’re afraid of, we kick and scream and struggle.  It’s unfamiliar and therefore our minds tell us it’s unsafe, dangerous.  We don’t like what we don’t know.  Yet, if we were just willing to...

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So many of us are busy and time is precious, so the concept of claiming moments of peace through practicing Yin energy is appealing precisely because you can do it several times a day without it taking up too much...

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Aristotle famously said nature abhors a vacuum, and in casting off the old, we open to something new. But it takes us letting go, and that takes courage.

As we are in the season of Spring, what will you cast off...

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As this is the season of love, I thought I’d write about the power of attraction.

How many times have you met someone, had an initial chat, found some common ground, felt yourself getting a little excited about the fact that...

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My meditation teacher once said that if I were only to sit daily in meditation, I wouldn’t have to try so hard to achieve the things I wanted.  That things...

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