Give Yourself Permission to Keep It Simple
April 14, 2016
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In a culture that demands perfection in all we do, it's good to know that simple can be good enough - and often has its own perfection. Tune in as life coach, author and writer Priya Rana Kapoor shares her tips and practices for enjoying the life process of ease while avoiding the trap of "not enough." When we give ourselves permission to be our best without someone else's idea of perfection, we can enjoy the ride more, be available for each other more, love ourselves more. Simplicity doesn't bring scarcity; it brings wealth. Listen in and hear the difference it can make in your life.
Time Share: Living Reality – Navigating the Dream
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Realizing our goals and dreams begins with having the freedom to explore, be curious, ask questions and be willing to see things from different perspectives. Sometimes, that freedom is obstructed by beliefs, backgrounds and social or family expectations that no longer serve us. We’re left wondering how to find our way back to who we truly are. The intention behind our existence is to be creative, imaginative, loving, receptive and generous. Knowing and living this intention can be a challenge in everyday life, work, school, relationships and culture. Time Share offers conversations, tools and ideas to help us to see things differently allowing us to navigate our way to our true spirit, our true intention of joy and fulfillment.
Metaphysical spirituality has been a major interest of mine even before I knew it had a name. Since I was in pre-school, I asked questions of the adults around me and while their intentions were good, the questions remained unanswered. I am retired from a business career and am now in that place that everyone talks about when they say “when I retire I’m going to.” In my case, it was to get a degree in the field I loved, metaphysical spirituality. I have a Bachelor’s and am in the thesis stage of my Master’s. I recently moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with my husband and little dog. I have a client practice and am looking to continue my pro bono work in the Department of Corrections, much like the program I had when I lived in New Jersey before moving to Philadelphia. My work is to help people manage stress, achieve goals and realize personal power by staying connected to the spirit of who they are in daily living.
I focus on Intention and the Law of Attraction to find our way in this energy dimension, while living the spiritual aliveness behind it all. In this way, we Live the Reality and Navigate the Dream.