We can feel ourselves close off in the face of pain – just like a snake recoils ready to strike out at the threat of hurt. If we allow our heart to close around the pain in the moment of jealousy, insecurity, anger, fear, frustration or embarrassment, then we get to own it for a very long time.
During a conversation, someone says something upsetting, and the feeling of disturbance touches out heart. Then our mind begins it chatter: “I don’t have to put up with this. I’ll just walk away and never talk to them again. They’ll be sorry.” Continue reading
We have a masterpiece of creation beating in our chest 24/7. Do we take it for granted? Listen? Understand? Appreciate? The heart does all of its work in the background and completely on its own. It vibrates and harmonizes with our thoughts, feeling, and environment. If all that pertinent information were available to us at any given moment, could we make more informed choices in our life and love? Continue reading
We all have experienced a moment of AHA! Seeing the bigger picture that was unknowable to us in our present state of mind. How to facilitate that in our everyday life is the question. Energy Healing is the light in the midst of the darkness. Sometimes all it takes is a momentary look at what could be for us to create the energy to make that happen for ourselves.
We all have times when our vision of our life is so crowded with distractions, drama, and life’s ups and downs that we can’t see a way out. Continue reading
It’s the New Year and we are all hearing about the new exercise program, diet, meditation group and wondering why when we have done this each and every year…promising to begin again. If that is possible, then why are we looking at this AGAIN?
The body is habitual and most of us neglect listening to what it is saying – so many distractions. It is easy to forget that the body ONLY does what it is told to do. ALWAYS!! Continue reading
Consistently holding on to old stories, events and feelings can make us isolate and disconnect from others. Having two feet in the past – or even just one – deprives us of being fully present and enjoying the now moment.
We have all met someone who is constantly talking about the good old days and how much better, or worse, it was than the present moment. This is a behavior that smacks of someone who is stuck and reliving the same tape over and over. Continue reading