Category Archives: comfortable with uncertainty

Making Space for Life!

It’s time for me to embark on a new journey, one of clearing out the clutter, making space to live life by responding to my energetic being by using my physical being to remove “stuff”.  I’ve always loved “stuff,” things that I think will make me happy, but it is time in my life where I …

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Learning to be Gentle With Me…

A picture speaks a thousands words! I haven’t written lately because like many of you out there, I have taken on a lot in the name of wanting to better myself.  Sometimes the lines are fuzzy for me as to when it is appropriate to agree to something and when I must decline for the …

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In 2012 I will…

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Everyday Inspiration

It is wonderful to approach the end of a yoga class with the recitation of an inspirational passage.  This book has many meaningful narratives that resonate with those of us who open up completely during a powerful  practice and lie still waiting to be filled with words of wisdom.  After enjoying this book read to me …

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Prayerful Presence Replaces Worry

The cause of most stress and worry lies in thoughts of the past or fretting about the future. The past is gone, not forgotten but tucked away, when our minds choose to tear out thoughts of the past our bodies relive the sensations that were already felt in the past. In this practice of recycling emotions …

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Emotional Intelligence Discussions

I am having a great time in a discussion group entitled “The Emotional Intelligence Group” through “LinkedIn” Here are two discussions that I’ve started and rich comment that followed thereafter, if you have commentary please comment after reading these topics on keeping yourself humble and embracing experiences encountered in your life as learning lessons! Thank …

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Sankalpa “Clear and Affirmative”

Sankalpa is a clearly articulated affirmative statement about what you intend to do.  A Sankalpa is stated in the present tense and meant to bring goals into the present tense.  The best part of the Sankalpa is that it assumes that the outcome has already occurred.  I am having the best time with this practice and experienced the fruition …

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Twist and Shake, “There Might Be People in There”

One of my favorite yoga instructors said something very powerful recently while I was upside down, twisting and sweating.  While encouraging the class to hold a pose just a bit longer than desired she said, “there might be people in there”.  The scary part was that I knew exactly what she was talking about on …

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