Knowing That We Don’t Know

Knowing That We Don’t Know

no preconceptions

Love and life can't teach us anything if we think we already know everything. If we really want to live and love freely, we need to take the chains of our “knowing” off and rely on the inner radar of Love and live by it.

To have this inner guidance reach us clearly, we first have to unclutter our mind; or cultivate, as many have called it, a beginner’s mind.

A beginner’s mind is free of any preconceived ideas about anyone or anything. It arises when we let go of our previous ideas about what love is, how life is to be, what we are, what others are, what the Divine is, what anything is.

Saying “I don’t know” is the first step toward an uncluttered mind. And not just saying it, but meaning it. After all, how can we truly know the real nature of love, life, you, me, us, others, or situations we are in? We can’t, because we see everyone and everything through a lens of our past experiences with them . . . Read More

Why You Should Begin Every Morning With Meditation

Why You Should Begin Every Morning With Meditation

Better Days

“Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.” - Rumi

A morning meditation practice can result in many positive changes to your outlook and life. In order to start . . . Read More

Reading Minds

Emotional Intelligence

Wouldn't you love to read minds, to know what other people really think? Of course, we'd all be tempted to be so all-knowing if it were on offer as a superpower.

Sorry, but that won't be taught here today, it's still in development, along with the levitation classes. But we may be able to get you just a little bit closer to true self-knowledge, the almost . . . Read More

Free Practitioner Directory Listings

A gift to practitioners nationwide -

Profitable news! Be Well World is now gifting Holistic Practitioners everywhere a free online Directory Listing!

What's the catch? There isn't one.

You can choose to appear in up to eight of our 74 specialty categories (ex. Yoga, Meditation, and Pilates). After you create your listing, we'll review and approve it and then it will appear online . . . Read More

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