Acceptance is a form of surrender; it is the power to meet the present without resistance, blame, or expectation. Many mindfulness and spiritual practices start with a basis of acceptance, and move toward gratitude and letting go. Many psychological approaches also work to foster acceptance, as it helps to see the realities of our situation with clarity. The more clearly we can see the challenges in front of us, the more clearly we can see the opportunities they bring. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Adyashanti - Allowing Everything to Be as It Is

Is it possible to “allow everything to be as it is,” even when you are in the midst of suffering? Adyashanti discusses this foundational teaching and how it is often overlooked because it sounds so simple.


How Do I Process Old Pain?

Kim explains that processing past suffering takes quite a lot of strength. As such, it is OK to be exhausted while going through that process. The best way to approach this essential work is to allow oneself the time and space to really go into it and feel whatever one needs to feel.


Adyashanti - Doorway to Now

Human beings are storytellers. The stories we tell of ourselves are always about the past or the future -psychological stories are about the past while spiritual stories are about the future.


Peter Crone Is a Guest on the Golden Secrets with Jesse Golden

Peter helps to redesign the subconscious mind that drives behavior and performance and uses the wisdom of Ayurveda to help people find balance through diet and lifestyle.


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Letting Go