Drop the baggage with “metaphor of the line”

Drop the baggage with “metaphor of the line” By Nancy B. Loughlin Published in News Press on  April 25, 2016 How do we stop fixating on our perceived flaws, past hurts, disappointments and deficits so they stop sabotaging our happiness today? A wise man drew a...

Forgiveness is Arrogance

The Arrogance of Forgiveness by Nancy B. Loughlin Published in News Press on April 18, 2016 I’ve read endless variations of the pro-forgiveness memes: “Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” “The weak can never forgive. ...

Lessons from a Six-Day Fast

Know Thyself: Lessons from a Six-Day Fast by Nancy B. Loughlin Published in News Press on April 11, 2016 Eating is a mundane fixation. Until I committed to fast for six days, drinking only water, I never realized how much the act of eating devoured my mental energy....

Fall into grace with Kirtan

Know Thyself:  Heed the Call of Kirtan By Nancy B. Loughlin Published in News Press on April 5, 2016 You can always try to figure things out.  Or, you could just drop in, fall into grace and stop analyzing to death. These are the words of Missy Balsam, Naples yoga...