How to train your mind to be positive.
Although you may not be able to change your situation, you can choose greatness within your situation.
Everyone is looking for more happiness in their lives; but what is the magical formula for attaining true joy in life?
When is the last time you sat still with no technology, without talking, listening, watching, or reading something?
Elevate your relationship by channeling your inner power
Feelings of jealousy and anger are indicators of a need for greater connection with ourselves and G‑d. The inner work of Tevet asks us to be grateful for what we have—to take responsibility for what shows up in our lives, and work on forgiving and opening our hearts. Our freedom lies in moving from being reactive to being able to make conscious, heart-centered responses in the face of challenge.
You have control over your thoughts, words, and actions. You have no control over everything else.
Throughout your life, you will have many missions. What have you completed, and what is there to begin at this new stage of life? What should you be leaving, and where are you headed now? With the cycle of the Torah beginning all over again, we begin anew. But change is not simple, clear-cut or a straight line. Unlike the mission to Mars—the success or failure of which is measurable and quantifiable—life is confusing. The learning process is messy. We have to evaluate continuously and let go, over and over again.
Practical tips to enhance your teshuva experience and use this auspicious time to connect with your true self.
Moshe Vs. Yehoshua: Sometimes Your Unconscious Fears Undermine Success with Rabbi YY Jacobson