life is a continuous transformation


What if instead of judging and labeling our experiences, we used them as a vehicle towards our continuous transformation and growth?  We could live instead of merely just exist.



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Lissa's offerings include integrative mental health care, meditation and mindful movement (yoga, qigong, improvisation) instruction, and writings offered in an inclusive, compassionate, culturally responsive, and social justice-oriented framework as part of a lifelong mission to reduce suffering for all beings. If you appreciate this offering and would like to support Lissa and their mission to offer sliding scale and donation-based offerings, feel free to donate at venmo @embodiedheartmind or Thank you. View all posts by lissa e.

4 responses to “life is a continuous transformation

  • Anna Guest-Jelley

    This really resonated with me. Thanks!

  • meg (kissmystyle)

    oh my goodness – i live by the mantra: “do you want to live or do you want to exist?” and choosing life everyday makes me appreciate all of the little things that make the days happy & bright.

  • Kate

    I too have struggled with crippling shyness and social anxiety that has left me in several terrifying situations in recent years. I have only just started my yoga practice and I can already see a light at the end of my silent tunnel. I read an article that I’ll try to dig up & share about the creative mind being simultaneously introverted and extroverted. Made me want to pull out my old homemade art school tee shirt “right brain
    isn’t wrong” that we wore when we had to write long papers instead of working in the dark room all quiet and focused.
    PS- I enjoy the way you write.

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