Someone recently asked me how to live with grace when the world feels like it is "spinning out of control". There are all kinds of things we can do to stay centered and tuned into the Silent Center... but nobody said it would be easy.
Remember, my friends, to start each day with an attitude of gratitude... not in a superficial way, but genuinely take a look at the wonders that you've been graced with..yes, even in times of crisis. Perhaps especially then.
Sit in silence for few minutes. Feel gratitude for this experience of living on planet Earth.
Do yoga or tai-chi and appreciate the flexibility and strength that you have today. Dance. Sing. Play an instrument. Do some gardening. Create art. Create beauty. Be kind. And when you take political action - do it from a place of love.
Schedule a session with me if you feel the need of some guidance. Drawing strength from each other is a good thing. Don't be afraid to ask for help when you feel the need... and then, when you feel ready, pass it on.
That's how this works.
I LOVE this quote:
“Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.”
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to Are you ready to really shine?
First let's loosen up our limitations - it's the best way to grow and glow!
So, let's take a look: Where are the limits to your compassion? Your creativity? Your wisdom?
Now let yourself stretch them a bit further...
And those who were seen dancing…
Living your authentic life is not always easy in a society that stresses conformity…but YOU are awesome enough to do it. Others may try to reign you in with judgement and guilt, but it won’t work! Continue reading
Widening Our Circle of Compassion
How big can you let your love become?
Think about where your love thrives, and where it seems to stop. What are the current boundaries of your circle of compassion? And how can you stretch those boundaries?
Is Coaching “Better” Than Random Sessions?
I get this question frequently, because there are a couple of different ways that people use my services. And there is no "one answer". Here's why: