Despite checking all directions and rear cameras and side mirrors, I nearly reversed over a child, backing out of my driveway, this morning. The young boy was scooting along so quickly on one of those mini scooters and being so small, I couldn't see any sign of him until the rear of the car was… Continue reading A Near Tragedy on Sunday
Tag: Sunday Sayings
Sunday Sayings – Meditation
A Cottage in sweden Weekly Saying Man kan sola sig en hel dag i en varm tanke "One can lie in the sun a whole day with just warm thoughts" Swedish proverb Thoughts and Meditation One of the benefits of incorporating a regular meditation practice into your life is in helping to settle the mind.… Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Meditation
Gratitude Finding Three Things
It is fairly well recognized that counting your blessings, as opposed to your burdens can have a huge impact on your psychological health. Studies have demonstrated that showing gratitude for even the most basic things can have reduce depression and increase contentment. How to Find Gratitude in life? Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It… Continue reading Gratitude Finding Three Things
Open the Doors
“The best time to open the door to the cages we’ve built around ourselves is now. Live your dreams while you are able.” Lisa Dorenfest from Eric/ka at https://behindthesceneryphoto.com/ Before you panic, I'm not advocating opening up borders and businesses in the midst of a pandemic. Far from it, I err on the side of… Continue reading Open the Doors
One thing to remember about chronic stress is that it's only because our thoughts deem something to be stressful that we can actually feel the sensation of stress. "Viewed mindfully, no situation is truly chronic. There are always calm moments to notice and be present for," [amidst the chaos.] "Moments that can be lived in… Continue reading Chronic Stress
Whose Fault is it, Anyway?
“When you blame others, you give up your power to change.” Robert Anthonywww.awakenthegreatnesswithin.com/ Blame and finding fault teaches us to avoid facing up to some truth about ourselves. It encourages us to search for what is wrong and who we think was responsible because of an underlying often unconscious belief, we carry, that infers if… Continue reading Whose Fault is it, Anyway?