It begins with balance. First, we must commit ourselves to right action along with spiritual awareness. Combining these two creates an accountability and responsibility for our own choices, paths and outcomes.
Our intuitive connection is that ability to check in with our body/mind systems and not solely rely on logic or impulse. We check in by just taking a moment to notice how what we just said, thought or did affected our internal flow. Is the flow calm, our heartbeat normal and our thought pattern clear? Or is the flow disjointed, feeling agitated, racing heart, confusion and blocked? Continue reading
Feeling my impatience boil up inside until I, in a split second, react and create more problems than solutions scares me. Why have I seemingly lost control?
We all have times of impatience – the driver in front of us is slow, the dog doesn’t come quickly enough when we call, or the kids/spouse are distracted Continue reading
What is missing that would enable me to make better choices, see more opportunities and feel good about my life? Self-confidence. I seem to be on a treadmill of repeating the same dull choices over and over in my life and I am beginning to get bored. I thought life would be exciting – it seems to me that others have an exciting life filled with new opportunities. What is missing for me? What am I forgetting? Continue reading
As spring approaches, there are many surprises at hand…like a sudden snowstorm, people coming and going on vacations, or friends moving on from our lives. These surprises can confuse the body and confound the mind so much so that clear thinking seems unattainable. Continue reading
Is there a good reason for pain in our physical body? We live in a world of pain and ecstasy – comfort and discomfort. It’s a good reminder of how attached we are to seeing ourselves only as physical beings. The Dalai Lama has often said “the back has pain” or “the body has pain” as he carefully points out that he is not his body. Continue reading