Labor Day is around the corner and the end of August marks the completion of summer for most of us. Why not take the best of summer with you into the fall? A bit of reflection can help you do so.
It is so important to find a way to stay “open” even in the midst of pain, to consciously choose to look for love, receive love, uncover love – Love, the ultimate healer.
When we listen to our heart – our true knowing – and then take action from that knowing, we move forward in agreement with our highest good. It doesn’t mean that the path will not be rocky or circuitous, but when we “know that we know,” the journey takes on a greater purpose
It’s not too late to join the journaling challenge I offered ten days ago. It’s never too late to start journaling. Period!
Remember January 2015 ~ the month of good intentions and high motivation to make big changes in our lives? What happened?
Using a journal to write out your thoughts and feelings offer many practical benefits that can make a world of difference to the way you function in your career, your relationships and your community.
If you or someone you love has experienced a physical or emotional trauma, you know all too well that such experiences wreak havoc with the body-mind system. Studies show that writing about painful experiences can help lessen the pain and symptoms of trauma.
A coaching client recently said to me, “I just want to check out of my life for a while! Is that wrong?” From my perspective the only thing wrong with this is calling it a “check out.” Some great tips on how to “check in” with your life.
I am worried about us, my friends. I am worried about us losing our sight for anything that is not in the shape of an electronic devise.
Aging – the fear monger of the Western world. Our fear of death, the regret of a life not lived, the fear of afterlife, the fear there is none, the fear of losing control of our bodies and our minds all rule life for the aging