Monthly Archives: June 2011

Wishcasting Wednesdays

Wishcasting Wednesday: What do you wish to take a break from? comparisons, limiting beliefs……. all within my power Advertisements

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Courage of the Heart

Is there anything better than seeing someone you love totally in their element? You know, that space where time and ego are suspended, where the light of truth shines through, where you get a new glimpse of someone’s heart. I … Continue reading

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Questions that Have No Right to Go Away

I love David Whyte. I love him the way I love Rumi or Oliver Platt or Danielle LaPorte or David Robinson or……. I read him and listen to him, and often have only a glimmer of what he is talking … Continue reading

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The Near Enemy of Love

Bindu Wiles posted this video of Roshi Joan Halifax a few weeks ago. I’ve watched it several times, and though short, it is packed with wisdom.  There is more wisdom than I can recognize,  given my limited understanding of Zen … Continue reading

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Today’s Plans

Riding off of the success of the last few days, I had plans for today. I would write with a particular focus for this blog entry, talk on some teleconferences, do some gardening,  go to the pool again for the … Continue reading

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I Gotta Feeling, it’s no Ordinary Day

On Monday, I wrote about the Office Spa Day, which was the prelude to the World Changing Writing Workshop. Wednesday’s post mentioned synchronicity. After Spa Day, I went to check out Jen Hoffman’s website, Inspired Home Office . On her … Continue reading

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synchronicity upon synchronicity

I  love synchronicity, those choices we make which put in motion a series of events that  just “seem” to happen and end up changing our lives. I’ve had my share of them and so have you. I don’t believe we … Continue reading

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