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Burning Old Belief Systems So Your Inner Fire Can Flow

Posted by on Aug 19, 2014 in shift in perception | 0 comments

Burning Old Belief Systems So Your Inner Fire Can Flow

Please check out my guest post on “Quietly Authentic”. “Burning Old Belief Systems So Your Inner Fire Can Flow” Offering 5 steps on lighting your own personal prescribed fires.

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On Using Discernment…

Posted by on May 13, 2014 in habits | 0 comments

On Using Discernment…

I changed my computer’s home page today. I could no longer subject myself to the images I was seeing daily when it opened up to the BBC. Back when I set it to BBC my logic was that I would get a bit of world events from a “somewhat” non partisan source as I no longer subscribe to cable or watch network television. But now it seems the BBC has also resorted to using the most graphic images of any global event.Maybe I am just more sensitive but I don’t see the point in viewing these images. read...

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Choosing to Smell Flowers not Bull

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in obstacles, shift in perception | 0 comments

Choosing to Smell Flowers not Bull

Yesterday I got challenged in my yoga class. And not in the way you would expect.I started doing “Hot” yoga about six months ago. This was actually shocking to me as I normally dislike hot anything. But, back in September, I decided with my birthday having just passed I needed to try something new. So I headed over to “Modo”-a studio that created their own brand of hot yoga. And to my surprise I found my body responded positively to the class. The heat made me more mindful and my concentration more focused. The only way I could make it...

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ZEN AND THE ART OF LAUNDRY DAY

Posted by on Feb 13, 2014 in slow living, Zen | 1 comment

ZEN AND THE ART OF LAUNDRY DAY

Yesterday was my laundry day.

Because I have so many bodywork sheets to wash it often is quite a big bag once I get round to making time to do it. This time was no exception.

I do my own personal items more frequently in the small washer and dryer shared by the three cottages on the property where I live. But doing the sheets is a production. It requires loading them into the car and going to the local laundromat about 15 minutes from home. As the bag grows in size I often will pick out a few to wash here. I usually do this when I’ve gotten a bit behind in my washing duties. I then stare at the bag and feel guilty its gotten this big, yet again. I always wish I could stay on top of it but life manages to get in the way.

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Welcome 2014, Welcome Change

Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Change | 0 comments

Welcome 2014, Welcome Change

Hello and Welcome to not only my new website, but my new blog. I hope you will visit often and not only take in what I have to say but add your own voice to the comments.

Its quite an auspicious moment for me who often struggles with change. I debated about changing my website. My previous site was less then a year old. But I knew to move forward, to manifest what I was claiming -change was required. Scary as it can be at times. I feel the fear that shows up is to test us a wee bit-to see if we are up for the challenge and worthy of the reward this new direction shift may bring. The leap of faith required to get us to our new destination only proves that we are serious in our attempt to make it there.

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