Tag: reflections

Don’t Diss the “Dis”

Listen for what you need. How come when we feel discomfort we don’t give it comfort. When we have disease we don’t give ourselves ease. Its like what we “dis” we DISS”. Today, and every day day, be kind. Don’t diss the dis.  …

Reflection – Winter and Self Inquiry

“Even with its storms, winter is the quietest time of year. There is nothing like the quiet after a storm. If you have had the privilege of being in the mountains right after a snowfall when there’s no wind, nothing moving, the snow is…

This is a Time for Kind Sight

As we come to the end of the year, its natural to reflect on the year that has gone by, as well as to look forward to the new year ahead. This is a time for “kind sight” once again.Below are two journalling exercises…

Reflection – Live your Own Life

These words came to me in a conversation yesterday with someone who feels she must rescue her adult daughter from a difficult marriage and challenging home situation. “You cannot live her life for her. Can you let her live her life? … and live…

*If I Had To Do It All Over Again

This poem was shared at a time of reflection during my Kripalu YTT500 Module. It really brought lightness and a fresh perspective to a time that could have been pretty serious and intense. Nadine Stair lives in Kentucky. Age 85 she was asked what…

* Existence – Alan Watts Inspiration

Are you ready for some wonderful images and radical insights from Alan Watts?  I really enjoy his mind opening perspectives! Why not join me and take a few moments to pause and reflect on this. Existence is relationship … and you are smack in…

* Back from Kripalu Yoga Training

  I thought I needed to disconnect. To let go. Gosh – that sounds pretty earnest, doesn’t it. I realize that so many of us hold on to the need to disconnect so much… What I found was a real  opportunity to step back……

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