Tag Archives: happiness

Heartbreak as a Catalyst for New Beginnings

Here is a story about throbbing heartbreak, dissolution, and self-empowerment through blogging and running. Today, Lisa  from Latebloomlisa joins Creative-Guru as a guest writer. She shares her heartbreak and her recovery along the way. Destruction is a word associated with misfortune, but from the ruin a strong new foundation can be built in its place. […]

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Come share your story

Out of my shallow desire to fill in my Facebook’s employment about section was born Creative-Guru. Work-Network-City, I know for a fact we are so much more than those three general facts on everyone’s about section. However, my desire to fill in the blank with something “cool,” was the shallow driving force behind Creative-Guru. I […]

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How Writing Saved Me

Dance, pain, words, this is a story about a beautiful soul that found herself in writing. Please welcome the  first guest blogger on Creative-Guru to share their soul searching story, the first  of many I do hope. Without further ado, here is Ashely from Chaos and Words  Something you need to know about me is […]

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How to reconnect with your Self

“Through me shall the words be said to make death exhilarating,” – Walt Whitman, Poet Writing is a divine act or so I think. Before I write anything, I wait for divine inspiration. Usually it hits me while dancing, gardening, and more often than not while showering, which is why I keep a little notepad […]

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Quiet Transformation

“Intellectual capital became the ego’s most envied prize. Wisdom was forgotten in favor of intellectual prowess and material accumulation. Thinking and doing became glorified, while the quiet reflective states of being and realization were cast aside and drowned out by the ego.” – Take Me To Truth: Undoing the Ego The ego-self is a  mistaken identity. One […]

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Detox Your Mind

“A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes.” – Mahatma Gandhi Worrying about lack of money and lack of things is the biggest waste of energy. From the moment you open your eyes in the morning  to the moment you force them shut at night, poverty poisons your blood stream. […]

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Live a Genius Life

“Mediocrity is self-inflicted. Genius is self-bestowed.” – Walter Russell  I used to think I was doomed to a life of conformity; the 9-5 job, the mortgage, the car, the stress, the slow death of my soul. What else could I aspire to, the daughter of a poor man, a public education, an introvert lacking all […]

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Blogging Life Lessons for Bloggers & Non-Bloggers

In the process of making soul searching appealing to a culture of shallow-money driven-celebrity worshipping narcissists   rephrase that to something less insulting–a culture that’s very short-on-time… I’ve come to learn an important lesson about life. I was in the process of writing my next post– dreading it, couldn’t focus, it was starting to sound […]

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Authentic Living

My biggest fear in life is failure. Ironically, it is because of this fear that I’ve actually failed. Failed at trying anything worthwhile, failed to make progress in life, and failed to live authentically. I could blame my meaningless existence on many external circumstances, but I’d rather own up to my own faults and finally liberate […]

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The Courage to Be Alone and Silent

Many have preached that searching for happiness in external things is misguided, that only by looking within will one find the light and that otherwise we’re doomed to dwell in darkness. These people obviously did not live in modern day America. This zen business is simply impractical in today’s society. Can self-knowledge pay the bills? […]

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