It was a small nudge at first and I could see the value of it. Little by little I have grown to accept the nudge and be open to how it could be possible. I suppose you could say that this is the birthing of both the Newsletter I will send out six times a year, as well as the workshop for which I am almost ready to launch the beta test.
Once we begin to consider a theme or concept, like living meaningfully for example, doesn't it seem that you become aware of what actually is meaningful? I do. Sometimes I think of meaning or purpose as a calling I feel drawn too. But then I think of relationships and the importance of family and friends. … Continue reading Meaningful Living: part 2
It may be that we need time in a serene and relaxed setting to contemplate the meaning in our lives. Or maybe not. Actually my interest in meaning in life began early in my life and has simply grown and deepened with time. That doesn't mean that I have all the answers by any means. … Continue reading Meaningful Living
First let me tell you about the fall Retreat: Self care, Soul Care I am delighted to share with you the opportunity to attend a small group weekend retreat close to Owen Sound in this beautiful setting. This is an opportunity to catch your breath, reflect inwardly through some group discussions, writing exercises, walks in … Continue reading Personal Change and You
I know talking about feeding the soul has meaning when the words to describe it do not feel adequate. Soul nourishment is not a mind thing where you search for a goal or a strategy. Soul nourishment is a deep sensation felt in and around the heart that feels strongly connected to a sense of awe … Continue reading Feed Your Soul
WOW! I just watched her 21 minute You Tube video again and what she says is so important. I want to share it with you. The power of this clip gets greater as time goes on. To see it, turn on your speakers and click here. Brene is an inspiring speaker. The content hits home. … Continue reading The Power of Vulnerability — Brene Brown
As Charles Duhigg draws his very informative 2012 book The Power of Habit (ISBN 978-0-385-66974-0) to a conclusion he writes: "Perhaps a sleep-walking murderer can plausibly argue he wasn't aware of his habit, and so he doesn't bear responsiblity for his crime. But almost all the other patterns that exist in most people's lives -- … Continue reading Habits Can Change
I decided to share a book I love with a client and in anticipation thought I ought to flip through it again briefly. As I do this, I see I have so many parts underlined and starred reminding me of how strongly I connect with the author. The book is called The Power of Kindness … Continue reading Making a Difference … How?