Healing and stress. Spirituality and illness.

On one of LP/LPP focused FB pages I am a member of, there is much discussion about stress management. When one is actually diagnosed with a disease, that usually automatically throws them into denial, disbelief and stress. So at the time when you need to be more relaxed, rested and calm, to support the healing… Continue Reading

How to Meditate Without Even Trying by Peter Russell

This is a great article courtesy of Peter Russell, an author and teacher focusing on consciousness and contemporary spirituality. He wrote this for Eckhart Tolle’s newsletter and I thought is was brilliant. Plus he offers this wonderful opportunity to get his new online meditation course for pay-what-you-wish. Course I hear is amazing, I am starting it myself and so I… Continue Reading

Peace – morning pages on Easter Sunday morning

On Easter Sunday, I had the most profound and moving experience writing my morning pages. I ended up with six pages of longhand writing, and three of those I typed up word to word below, unedited. I am not a religious person, and for me to mention Jesus was very unexpected, especially it being Easter Sunday. I have heard that morning pages… Continue Reading

surrendering to what is

“Sometimes surrender means giving up trying to understand and becoming comfortable with not knowing.” Eckhart Tolle To your health, Elena

Health and spirituality

I will be posting more about the spiritual journey on my health and wellness coaching website blog. I do not believe a person can be truly healthy and fulfilled without spirituality being a major part of ones life, so I will not only write about holistic/alternative health and nutrition but also about spirituality. Please follow… Continue Reading

Love this quote by Osho on religion

I saw the quote below at Cliffhanger Blog and it really made sense to me, especially this time of year, with Christmas coming up, so many people are so religious about now… “So many religions are there because so many people are unhappy. A happy person needs no religion; a happy person needs no temple,… Continue Reading

Spiritual Journey – a luxury I can afford.

In my last post I talked about balancing a spiritual practice, a family, a job and everything else that is thrown at us daily. Few days ago I met with a wonderful friend of mine who I have known for about 13 years. She was telling me that her Spiritual Practice had a great momentum and is… Continue Reading

Allowing for the future to happen

In my last post I mentioned that I feel somewhat stuck without knowing where today takes me. As I go about my daily activities I like to know that I am working toward something. I am speaking of my own personal agenda here. I need to know what it is that I want, where I want to end-up.… Continue Reading

Robert Aitken on Spiritual growth

Personal Growth and Dharma Growth It is interesting to compare personal growth with Dharma growth. With good advice the young person knows that she can’t predict what kind of career she will follow as an adult. People train to be engineers and turn out to be teachers of English. With good advice the Zen student… Continue Reading