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The True Versus the False Self

By Dolah Saleh | 24 November 2020 |

Why is it important to know and understand the difference between the true and the false self? Do we all have both and how can we live in alignment with our true selves?Our false self is nothing more than our body and all that is connected to our ego structures. I call it our name,…

Asking the Right Question

By | 17 November 2020 |

Maybe instead of asking ourselves what we want to DO for a living, we ought to ask what we want to BE. That’s a much more pointed question and could get us at the “right answer” quicker than expecting us to know what we want to DO in choosing a suitable career path. Doing is…

Love In Your Life Trailer

By Dolah Saleh | 16 November 2020 |

Intro to who I am and what is the purpose of this Podcast.

How the Questions We Ask Matter

By | 10 November 2020 |

How do you ask questions? Do you thoughtfully consider what you are hearing and take a moment to formulate your query? Or are you more reactive, saying what pops in to your mind upon hearing someone say something that stimulates you? Framing a question in a particular manner can make the difference between inviting a…

Death and the Purpose Question

By Dolah Saleh | 03 November 2020 |

Very often, when someone we love dies, it triggers reflection and introspection. We are face to face with our own fate: Why are we here? What happens when we die? It forces us to look at our own lives and consider its meaning. What are we doing here? If we believe that we were imprinted…

How We Are Response-able

By Dolah Saleh | 27 October 2020 |

Accepting responsibility for what happens in our lives empowers us. We see our part in the creation of our circumstance and we know we can change it. Looking externally for someone or something to blame leaves us at the effect of what happens, rather than the cause. In this way, we have no power; we…

Our Mental Health

By Dolah Saleh | 20 October 2020 |

World Mental Health Day was October 10th. It’s a time to raise awareness and remind ourselves how we can support our own and others’ ability to remain stable. Professor Laurie Santos (Yale Happiness course) suggests five ways to cope, most of which are preventative maintenance. First, there is exercise, where we experience the mood-boosting benefits…

Coming Alive

By Dolah Saleh | 13 October 2020 |

Living our passions bring us joy. Our joy is infectious. Others in our field get to benefit from us living our dreams. Where do we find the answers we need? No one can tell you anything that you can’t tell yourself better. Go toward your joy and notice your feeling as you do something you…

Religious or Spiritual

By Dolah Saleh | 06 October 2020 |

We are not born with a religion but we do come in as spiritual beings. As many new age and spiritual leaders remind us, “we are spiritual beings having a human experience.” In our willingness to apologize, forgive and let go of attachments to offenses, we demonstrate our courage, strength and self-content or happiness. This…

Living With Love in Your Life

By Dolah Saleh | 29 September 2020 |

Special love, that which we consider romantic, is not authentic love. The reason is that if we take on another in a romantic partnership, we can easily do so under the guise that they will “complete us.” They will “make us whole.” We need them to behave in such a way as to “prove” their…