In my last blog, April Fools, I made a vow to let go of my baggage and to move on. While it felt like a great proclamation, the next day I thought, now what? It’s one thing to write about it, it’s another thing to actually break free. I generally think in metaphors, so when… Continue reading Breaking Free
The world is your mirror. It’s a popular phrase, but what does it mean? The world around us is a physical reality of which we are a part, yet being in a physical body makes us all separate. We are sentient beings with a constant cascade of incoming data and information. We see and interact… Continue reading The World Is Your Mirror
Our thoughts and emotions are closely intertwined. In my blog, Positive Thinking, I wrote about the importance of focusing on positive thoughts. Because our thoughts have a direct influence on our emotions, choosing positive thoughts can help to create better feelings. But we can also focus on the emotion part of the equation. While there’s… Continue reading Choose Your Emotions
To start the new year off with a bang, we need a good, healthy dose of positive thinking. Sometimes it gets a bad rap from the “bah humbugs” of the world, and that’s okay...you can call me Pollyanna any day. Why do we need positive thinking? Positive thoughts come from a positive perspective and they… Continue reading Positive Thinking
The New Year is upon us, and while every day is an opportunity to start over again, there’s something about the new year that gives us hope, a feeling of freedom, a fresh start and a clean slate. It’s an occasion to reflect back on the past year, and plan for the new. And we… Continue reading Rewrite Your Script
In my recent blog, Do You Have Healthy Boundaries?, I discovered what defines the limits of my being, not just my physical body, but my personal space, my space bubble. It got me thinking, now that I know I have a definite boundary, what’s going on within that space? I was thinking about the life… Continue reading The Extended Bodies
On my walk the other day, I looked down to see a lone dandelion in its cotton-like seed phase. Childhood memories flooded my mind, of picking them and blowing the seeds. As they floated away, so did my wishes…carried off to meet the fairies, who would then set out to grant them. Ah, carefree days… Continue reading Make a Wish!