Tag: self-care

Day 3 of what makes me attached, jealous of other bloggers, concerned for the planet and— How clearing out attic space has everything to do with non-attachment and letting go!

Wow! What a day 3! It happens to also be 3 days after Christmas and I am working on a project I have wanted to do for years and told my life-coach I was going to do this year… back in March! How’s that for procrastination and getting it done last minute? I’d probably be

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Day 2- How Can It Be Possible I Envy My Dead Brother

Is it that I tend to dig deep or would these things creep up on the average person too? Are we all average? What makes anyone exceptional? Can it be we are all exceptional by simply trying to be a better version of ourselves? I said I’d share this week with you and I will.

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How do we keep loving when others manipulate, lie, use and blame us for their insecurities?

“But I made the mistake of assuming that everyone else was just as eager to find their light….. It’s okay to pray for everyone’s liberation without joining them in prison.” — Jeff Brown This is something I do all the time, assume others are seeking their light. At different points in my life, and in

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How it should feel when what you want is really what you need…

It’s perfectly healthy to hold hope for a thing as long as you can maintain equanimity. Hope with peace in your being, and calm in your heart, is balance. When it feels right, it most likely is. Hope with fear & anxiety is a form of addiction or a deeper wound desiring healing from an

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Because it doesn’t remind me of anything…

Stressed? Anxious? Don’t know what to do? 1: Put your headphones in 2: Put on La Traviata 3: Start vacuuming 4: yes, your whole house is clean and it’s only Act II 5: keep going, dust 6: by now you’re ready to cook some healthy food 7: Enjoy Act III 8: This is especially helpful

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