Recently in groups that I am leading (teacher trainings and my Graduate Project-Women, Spirituality & Well-being) and in private coaching sessions there seems to be a theme of GRATITUDE. And so I want to share with you my idea of a Gratitude Journal Project – and it’s fitting that it is in this month, don’t […]
Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. Anais Nin Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary defines courage as mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty. We may often think of courage as something that is attributed to heroes because they have done something we might define as spectacular while facing danger, […]
Now that my website is mostly moved over to my new site and my blog is ‘attached’ to it, I am dedicating myself to blogging weekly. Sometimes it might be a link to a great article, a quote, or a full-on blog about something I think is interesting, inspirational, fun, etc. Most often it will […]
I tried to research where this originated from and cannot find it… if you know, let me know so I can give proper acknowledgment.
In Life Lessons, the book Elisabeth Kübler-Ross co-authored with David Kessler, Elisabeth wrote: ‘Change is saying goodbye to an old, familiar situation and facing a new unfamiliar situation. Sometimes it’s not the old or the new that unnerves us, it’s the time in between. Ronnie Kaye, author of Spinning Straw into Gold and two time breast […]
“I think that we are like stars. Something happens to burst us open; but when we burst open and think we are dying; we’re actually turning into a supernova. And then when we look at ourselves again, we see that we’re suddenly more beautiful than we ever were before!” C. JoyBell C. photo from National […]
You know those times when within a few days you see or hear the same words over and over and you wonder: why are these words coming into my life so much at this time? I’m sure you can tell by the photo to the left, the words that have come across my eyes and […]
“Oskar’s yoga class touched the right chord and made my soul sing.” At the beginning of his book, that was how Brian Leaf described the first yoga class he took while in college at Georgetown. Many of us who practice yoga know exactly what Brian is describing. It feels like ‘coming home’. Throughout his book […]