Oct 20

Guest Post: Finding Your Own Refuge

By Tori Michaels


Lately, I have found myself aware of people around me who are trying to navigate the often turbulent waters of life without much of a refuge. They hang onto their pain, resentments and problems with a strength that is all consuming. They seem to feel that if they worry, manipulate, ruminate, and control, they will forcefully fix what they perceive is wrong. I think it is safe to say that we have all had moments like that.

Make sure you have a set plan before you attempt social media marketing. You need to know the basics: how much time and money to spend, who to put in charge of social media accounts, and what you want each page to look like. As with any other campaign, you should set a timeline. Don’t stray from the plan if you can avoid it, and your campaign will be a success.Many people have never been taught to cultivate an internal sanctuary. Deepak Chopra often says: “Go within or you will go without.” The world within you is limitless and brilliant. The ability to go inside to an internal sanctuary is, in many ways, a reproduction of what was once a reassuring connection between parent and child. The warmth and love that are a part of a good parent-child relationship provide the basis for the creation of an internal place of comfort. A child who has been soothed, has been helped to navigate difficult situations, and has been reassured that her value does not rest on her performance or her ability to please others – develops a sense of lovability and value. They are worth caring about, and so they come to care about themselves.l...(cont.)

Check out the full post by Tori Michaels,  FROM THE COACH: “FINDING YOUR OWN REFUGE,”  HERE.