Thanksgiving message to you: We may not know each other as well as we might if we were in a tight circle of family or friends. Yet you read my blog, maybe just this one essay. And for that privilege, of being read, I’m thankful. Being thankful dissolves all unlike the main emotion from which […]
I’ve been thinking about how using meditation can evoke more creativity. And about how being creative is natural. Coming through us. From Source. Our mutual origin. I always marvel at how, even with our connection and oneness in that source, we’re so individual in our expression. Yet Source is always
Here’s a suggestion for taking notice of the subtle forces at play from choosing more refined words. These can be obvious results, such as how your relationships improve. And, just as importantly, this practice can affect your own relationship with yourself.
Thanksgiving. The very word brings to mind a medley of familiar scents and flavors, the good company of family and friends and more. Or it can bring up sadness, especially if you are spending your day alone or wishing you were. The holidays can bring up such a mixture of feelings.
You get to write, direct and act your favorite story, every moment of every day. Or you might decide to sit and watch, eating your bonbons.
Mythology can help you examine the theme of mediocrity in life, or it can reveal life’s true meaning. It can also teach how you can allow relationships to either harm or heal you, or something more.