What are you doing? I don’t know. And yet, some part of me did. Intuitive following Weeks earlier, big beautiful healthy green maple leaves lay on sidewalks I travel on daily walks…two leaves, two different days, two different places. Unusual; I noticed–their size, perfection, their being there from tree unknown, and that I’m compelled to… Continue reading I don’t know… Intuitive following
You are determined to be freedom-seekers in a Mass Consciousness society that is determined to make you the same. Abraham-Hicks.com, Excerpted from Asheville, NC on 10/25/03 Who do you work for? Who’s your boss? Are you a free-thinker? or a follower? Are you an employee? or an independent contractor? Our IRS offers guidance applying to… Continue reading Indicators of Independence
So, why am I who I am, and why am I born to who I am born to, and why is it set up the way it is set up?” We say, “For the fun of it. For the joy of it. For the expansion of it. For the growth of it. For the difference… Continue reading Family ties, years later
that become catalysts to putting new thoughts on paper… Wellness services only Local space for business cards requested wellness services only. My cards had disappeared, and no other ‘life coach’ cards were there, either. I’m drawn to write and process this… to play with words that would be acceptable. And another layer too; a tug… Continue reading It’s in those words again
So this … is the central question upon which all creative living hinges: Do you have the courage to bring forth the treasures that are hidden within you? Elizabeth Gilbert quoting Jack Gilbert in Big Magic Courage to bring forth treasures hidden inside requires being our quirky selves… without apologizing. It’s allowing ourselves to follow… Continue reading Creative living, being open
Ideas Lab / Journal Sentinel, March 31, 2019, finds its way in writing again today. (Article by John Schmid, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel | USA Today Network – Wisconsin) ‘Wounded Healers’ are more important than ever article notes quoted, and some of mine: “American suicide rates are at their highest levels since the second world war, making… Continue reading Choosing to Live, being Ourselves
I was one once, a long time ago; and I’m an aunt to some. I like them. Out of college in my 30s, I was a youth minister; I loved their energy and age of adolescence and young adulthood, with its awakenings and challenges, and such pivotal personal growth and self-finding moments. I know about… Continue reading Why do I care about teens?