Law of Least Effort
Law of Least Effort is a spiritual law that suggests one should simply ask rather than seek.
You do not have to be someone’s teacher. Focus on your lessons. Sometimes it is good to listen and engage less. Less is more.
Strength is something we have associated with repression of struggle; however, true strength is sharing and showing vulnerability.
Sarah Jeanne Browne writes “How to Surrender” for Elephant Journal about surrendering and spirituality.
Sarah Jeanne Browne writes “Moving the Mountains of Mental Health” for She Loves Magazine on the intersection of spirituality and mental health.
Sarah Jeanne Browne writes “Be Still” for Medium on learning to be present and surrender.
Check out “One Life to Live” for Medium.com by Sarah Jeanne Browne on how the type of life you live matters. Make it count.
In this submission to Thrive Global, Sarah writes: "We all have choices. How to live, how to be, how to prosper. We all choose daily whether we value societal success over self worth. We decide how to prioritize in life."
Published on Elephant Journal: "We all have experienced injustice in life. During those times especially, we may have questioned if there is a “purpose.” The suffering we witness, if not experience directly, requires a level of empathy and resilience that not all can master."
Submitted to Thrive Global: "We all have a story to tell. We are all connected. But sometimes, those who love us and that we love stay only a season. A chapter may end, but with it, brings a new beginning."
In this submission to Thrive Global, Sarah discusses: "The Law of Least Effort is a spiritual law about life that Deepak Chopra describes as, “the principle of least action, of no resistance”. This is the principle of harmony and love. When we learn this lesson from nature we easily fulfill our desires."
In this submission to Thrive Global, Sarah addresses her own personal detour in life paths: "When you have things go your way, it might not always be what you expect. I am a writer, activist and speaker. And yet I found this as a detour on the way to doing what I first planned- high school English teaching.
In this Thrive Global article, Sarah writes: "To be happy, we must muster strength to turn back around and look forward. Being truly free means leaving behind the shackles of the past and living in the present.
In this interview, Sarah discusses near-death experiences with a unique survivor of adversity. Published on Thrive Global.
Sarah Jeanne Browne writes "A Declaration of Self Love" about a journey with Love versus Ego for Thrive Global.
Sarah Jeanne Browne submission to Thrive Journal in Failing Forward describes hardships as something one can benefit from and that no one is alone.
The title of this one speaks for itself! Submitted to Elephant Journal.
In this submission to Thrive Global, Sarah motivates the reader to rise above being a victim. "You too can discover frauds in your life by following your gut instincts. If something feels wrong, listen to that. You could become your own hero."
In this submission to BizCatalyst360 Sarah discusses what the title is all about. "This is not a phrase we are typically encouraged with. In fact, we hear the opposite and are being pulled into people pleasing. But in making the best choices, you have to put yourself first. Self-love is an investment, meant for making choices and finding meaning in those choices."
First submission to Thrive Global: "I make choices consistent with my values instead of adopting a “what’s in it for me” attitude. I face problems and solve them by surrendering, a principle I discovered via the Law of Least Effort. Being authentic gives me a WHY that can overcome any HOW. This is the Art of Authenticity."
Holl and Lane Magazine - "You are strong. You can make it. You are special. Let go of those feelings telling you otherwise. Be the master of your own fate. Surrender, and realize how special you really are."
In this submission to BizCatalyst360, Sarah helps the reader find balance between success / image and inner strength / purpose. "We neglect our personal story, our struggles, and vulnerability when sharing ourselves with the world. It becomes about achievement when it should be about actions. We think our weaknesses are something to be insecure about when they can create more honest, open relationships including a great relationship with oneself.
In this submission to Having Time, Sarah discusses unique strategies to face life's challenges. "You’ve heard about the power of positivity. What happens when it doesn’t work? You can! You can! You tell yourself this enough; magic will occur. But not always."
In her submission to BizCatalyst360, Sarah discusses how seemingly unexpected detours in life can lead to new destinations and success. "We are afraid to ask questions, afraid to expand from our comfort zones, afraid to take a leap of faith, afraid to think outside of the box – in fact, many of us would like to destroy the box in order to dream bigger."
In this submission to Tiny Buddha, Sarah tells her own story of forgiveness. "We are all human and imperfect. We all make mistakes. And we all have limited time. Forgive the people in your life while you have the chance."