"Most people struggle to some degree through the major milestones in life -- kindergarten, adolescence, graduating from high school and going away to college, graduating from college, starting a career, getting married, having a baby, buying a house. Those who are more sensitive, because they're acutely aware of the fleeting and ephemeral nature of life… Continue reading Transitions, grief and the wisdom of anxiety
My future self talks to me all the time and this is what she says: Worry less Read my blog post titled: "How to relieve our worry" In it I quote Dr. Joe Dispenza, who reminds us of this: “The hormones of stress cause us to select the worst-case scenario in some future and begin… Continue reading Worry Less
My relationships have come a long way since committing to mindfulness. It's not easy, but full of lessons, surprises and raw bliss. "On their 50th wedding anniversary, a couple reflected on their life together, Bishop Malesic said. The husband said to his wife, "I have always wanted to ask you something. From the night we… Continue reading How to get the most out of an argument
Many of us seekers know this... I have also heard Dr. Christiane Northrup say, "If you spot it, you got it." We want to lead happy lives, we want to feel connected, we want to make the most of our time here... No regrets... This is a theme that swirls us now, and always… Continue reading 3 Things We Can Learn From Other People
I surrender to you, oh Lord. The more I learn and grow, I feel growing pressure to hold on... to keep. To put all my eggs in my own basket... ...and rely on my own strength and understanding. The feeling of angst... of helplessness... is an indication I am relying on my own power. The… Continue reading My prayer for you today
We are making positive changes in our lives. It's not always easy, but we feel called to do it. We aren't exactly sure what we are doing, but forging ahead anyhow. ....and although we feel fear, sadness, and doubt.... we know it's worth the journey and we must be willing to see things differently... we… Continue reading Will some people ever change?
When you change your point of view, you're giving yourself the opportunity to see a different side of the same object. The same place, person or situation, can look completely different, depending upon where you are standing. The Re-Frame Game To re-frame something is to change your language surrounding. It's to re-word it so it's… Continue reading The Re-Frame Game: How to change your language to increase a positive experience