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Finding Your Motivation

Finding Your Motivation

       A blast from the past, but still relevant today. . . Is doing what feels good the same as doing whatever I want? At first glance it seems to be. After all, wouldn’t I feel good if I did whatever I wanted? There is a subtle difference. Doing what feels good is more heart-centered and doing whatever ... Read more
Rigidity

Rigidity

“…there are always at least six ways to do everything and certainly it is important to recognize how true that is. If you get into a pattern of rigidity which says, ‘This is the only way to do whatever it is you are trying to do,’ then you are feeding into rigidity and inflexibility and cannot take advantage of ... Read more

Slogging Through the Muck

Slogging through the muck is not a very uplifting phrase. In fact, it reminds me of trekking across a sea of thick, oozing mud that sucks at my feet with every step I take in an effort to keep me in place preventing me from moving forward, each step draining energy from my being. Sounds delightful. Sign me up ... Read more
Letting Go

Letting Go

Feelings and body sensations are inevitable. Holding onto them is optional. Many people don’t realize that holding onto a feeling is a choice.  And the exciting thing about it being a choice, is that you can make a new choice.  You can choose to let the feeling go. It’s that simple.  Here are three quick ways to let go (depending upon your ... Read more
Mouth Critters

Mouth Critters

Mouth critters are the words and thoughts that come out of us. Are the critters warm and loving or are they prickly and hard? The words we use reflect the feelings that are flowing through our bodies. Do you remember when you were in a rush and everyone was moving too slowly for you? Your insides felt jagged like a ... Read more