Tag Archives: What works?

Courageous Conversations Continued

I was writing the ezine for this month, calling it Courageous Conversations after being inspired by Patricia Geller, my friend, colleague, supervisor.  I didn’t realize how quickly life would conspire to get me to practice — or have the practice happen around me. Frankly, the story I’m about to write is less about me.  My […]

Ever Tried To Change a Habit?

Recently I changed around how I stored clothes in my bedroom.  Don’t ask me why?  Who knows what moves me/us to unclutter/declutter?  […hint, if you want some tips check out Sue Rasmussen who truly is a Declutter Diva]  Okay.  I stray.  Partly I stray because decluttering is hard, both in time and in all the fears […]

Photos contributed by Jane

How wonderful to see this sign – sent by Jane who visited the Bay area.  Lots of ways to interpret the message — all of them perfect. and yet another from the Bay area.  Thank you, Jane.  It’s good to pay homage to the quest for all to be free.

Interrupting our destructive emotions

Every courageous gesture we make, whether or not we think it’s successful, definitely imprints our mind in a positive way.  The slightest willingness to interrupt our old habits predisposes us to greater bravery, greater strength, and greater empathy for others.  No matter how trapped we feel, we can always be of benefit.  How?  By interrupting […]

What’s working?

I’m working behind the scenes to find ways to support you as you heal.  As we speak, I’m putting some finishing touches on a teleconference series of wonderful speakers.  Getting people to confirm a time has been a project in itself! In the meantime I was thinking about how much easier it is to move […]

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