It’s Okay to Feel.

{Originally published on Elephant Journal.} There is a common myth about meditation that it means always being calm and collected, never being upset, sad or freaked out. It’s simply not true. While meditation and mindfulness practices can help us become more tranquil, centered and patient, they do not eliminate difficult emotions. On the contrary, it…… Continue reading It’s Okay to Feel.

E-motion-al Education

What if we learned that emotions are actually teachers, teachers with lessons in how to be whole? What if we allow our emotions to move through us and move others?  School isn’t typically a place for emotions – no public place is. If emotions are expressed, we assume something is wrong and we try to fix…… Continue reading E-motion-al Education