During my meditation this morning it really started to make sense. Who is the observer of your thoughts? You-no one else! This offers a unique opportunity to understand what the word observe means and how that offers a liberating sense of non commitment. "Observe:" to notice or perceive something. Does this say "to attach to … Continue reading Unique Observer
I was always hesitant to let go of certain things because my heart was still in it, but when I began reading, I noticed that letting go is selective and purposeful. It is A. helpful to do with certain things that might be holding you back and B. a way to open yourself up to … Continue reading Letting Go to Allow
When you have things you need to say, built up energy, or unresolved situations, where do you throw your energy? When you feel overly excited, full of emotion, and ready to go where do you direct your energy? Is it the gym? Shopping? Friends? Driving? Reading? Where does it go? Do you talk to people? … Continue reading Where Does Your Energy Go?
Ponytail. Braid. Bun. Neither loose or carefree, nor relaxed. Tight. Tied back. In one place. Without movement or room to breathe. All but down. Let your hair down. Let it free, and relax a bit. Swing your head around waving your hair from side to side like no one is watching. Stop pulling it back, as … Continue reading Let Your Hair Down
Life is a marathon complete with all the pains, struggles, aches, bruises, victories, milestones, smiles, tears, support, and companions. If we try to sprint, we often get burnt out and it takes a while to build up the energy to get going again. But if we start out slow, keep a good pace, look at … Continue reading Running a Marathon