The end of the world is always coming. Somewhere, somehow, in the mind of one or the minds of many, a catastrophic event will change everything. Let’s face it – the idea is embedded in our consciousness – from religious prophesy to the zombie apocalypse to every fifth movie that comes out, we are headed for the inevitable end. » » Continue reading
There is a mountain of unfinished projects behind me. Luckily, I’ve let that disappointment go and simply accepted that they just can’t all get done. Some were too big. Others, too boring. Others, well…everyone is lazy sometimes.
Maybe, there just wasn’t enough momentum behind the resolution. » » Continue reading
I have always had a difficulty with forced gratitude. That Thanksgiving tradition, when everyone expresses something that they are grateful for, was always hard for me. I felt like such things should flow from the moment, spontaneous outpourings of emotion. And yet, when I really allow myself to feel and express my appreciation, in spite of being asked, I feel it deeply – as if the cells in my chest swell up with joy and sing. » » Continue reading
“Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.”
-L. Frank Baum
I can’t overemphasize the power of breath. A single deep breath has the power to calm your entire body – actually moves you one step closer to the parasympathetic nervous process of “rest and repose”. » » Continue reading
Ever found yourself in a situation where you desperately wanted something far out of reach? A better body. An answer from God. Your relationship to mend. A happier life.
You want it so badly that all you can think about is having it. » » Continue reading
I love how our bodies work. Every muscle connected to every other muscle. The nervous system to our digestive system. Our bones essential for us to stand, levers for our muscles to facilitate movement. Our emotions affecting our ability to think, our ability to connect with spirit. » » Continue reading