Hi. I’ve been working on a post for this week titled: At some point in this life, you will lose everything you love. Fuck, right? And it’s a great post. I promise. Not at all as dark as it sounds. And yet, I can’t get myself to finish writing it this morning. Actually, I’m… Continue reading Happy Dance: When mindfulness leads to fulfillment
Hello Beauty, Where might you find a bit of joy today? A peek is all you need. Though buckets full are lovely too. Whatever you can manage, it is enough. Perhaps it will come as a reminder: You are an irresistible force of nature. Or, in radical compassionate acceptance of what is: And this too,… Continue reading Monday Love
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, ‘This is what it is to be happy.’” —Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar Where do you go to feel good? Me, I head to the woods, or the ocean, jagged cliffs or soft sand—any of these will do. As will… Continue reading The Healing Power of Nature
Hello Lover, So, so good to be here with you. Time for a deep inhale. I breath in trust. and exhale slowly, I breath out playfulness. I love you. I want you. You are special to me. You can trust me (the mentor in you). You can trust your inner self. What words do you… Continue reading Monday Love
Practice = the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or use. There’s no mention of the word “perfect” here. We humans made that up. Practice makes perfect. In mindfulness practice we call this “conditioning.” The stories we make up or get passed down… Continue reading Practice, makes as good as possible
hello beauty, you are loved. whether you feel it or not, it’s there. beaming at you from all directions love love love love love you are just so freaking delicious. exactly as you are, in this moment. right here, right now. nothing to fix. nothing to change. what is possible for… Continue reading Monday Love
If unconditional positive regard is the answer, what’s the question? First, let’s look at “unconditional positive regard.” When someone (say myself) engages in less than socially acceptable behavior (something that might be considered by some to be mean, and I say some, because we human beings have different views on what it is to be… Continue reading A sigh of relief, for any situation you find yourself in.