Our environment can affect our behavior, thoughts, moods, and energy. When we live in an environment that is cluttered the mind, body, and spirit become cluttered as well and we start to feel a sense of the un-done. Try it out, sit in a room full of clutter. How do you feel? Do you feel… Continue reading Environment part I
Are you aware of just how amazing and transformational our bodies, minds, and souls are? I’ve been embarking on a very personal journey not only to share my successes and failures but my hope is that you, my dear readers, grow to understand just how much of an amazing powerful dynamic life we have. With… Continue reading Chameleons
I used to say to my clients that I understood that working full time and haveing a lot of other things to do can be overwhelming but in order to start feeling better, you have to take into consideration of your health. It’s important to put time aside to plan meals and fit exercise and… Continue reading Hi Ho Hi Ho it’s off to work we go
When I first started studying Vedanta, I had no idea what I was getting into. As part of my school curriculum, it was required to attend weekly satsangs which consisted of spiritual discourse to help you find your place in this world. One of the very first satsangs was a teaching on how we get… Continue reading Power
There are different levels of expectations. Level 1: Knowing and having full confidence in people or plans that everything will work out. Level 2: Those same dependable people or plans have a one of incident that truly derails them or you from the task at hand Level 3: There’s something in the air and no… Continue reading What were you expecting?
So last night I attended a fellow writer’s book launch party. It was very exciting and well organized. I was tasked to be the time keeper so that the interview portion or Q & A portion didn’t runneth over. I took this task very seriously and as I sat there with my little queue cards… Continue reading On Being Social
I’m currently reading “Lights Out” by T.S. Wiley (not to be confused with Ted Koppel’s book with the same title) . It’s a different perspective on how we as a society don’t follow nature’s rhythm and guidelines of when the sun goes down. Due to high-pressure jobs, demanding family life and the fact we all… Continue reading Sleeping Beauty