In 1926, Girl Guide and Girl Scout delegates gathered at a global conference and decided…
Tag: The Integrated LIfe
It’s unfortunate but we all have them in our life … one or two people with whom we just don’t see eye to eye, who rub us the wrong way, get under our skin, make us want to turn and run… The problem is that complaining won’t change them or make them disappear. So what can you do to deal with difficult people in your life?
Most of us don’t even realize how “unaware” we are. We are too busy with the business of life. Whoever said we should “take time to smell the roses” offered sage advice. When was the last time you really did smell a rose?
“Breathing is one of the most important connections between your mind and your body,” … Just your focused awareness on the very thing that is as automatic to you as the beating of your heart. And, it can be done anywhere at any time.
Life is forever changing. That’s just a fact. But there are specific times on this life’s journey when each of us experiences major transitions… Not only do we experience transitions in the most obvious ways, such as careers or relationships, but also in such things as geographical locations, youth/age, retirement, etc.
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.
What keeps us from being happy? This is definitely a subjective question but whatever the particulars of our individual answers, underneath is likely insecurity…
I propose to you that the first and most important step to simplifying your life is not about decreasing or eliminating anything but instead about “noticing” and “allowing.”
Do you ever wake up in a funky mood and don’t know why? Or maybe an uncomfortable feeling creeps into your day. Most of us just try to brush it off and press on. But what should you really do?
I could take up space in this blog and write about what mine mean to me, and you might find it interesting. But the value and meaning of friendship is as unique for each person as his/her fingerprint, so exploring your friendships is what will actually benefit you.