THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

June 3, 2018

There is nothing like playing with children or tapping into your own inner child to allow your soul to heal.

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

May 6, 2018

Honor the voice within you. Listen to it, so you may heal yourself.

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

May 3, 2018

Do you want to heal?

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

April 3, 2018

How healthy you want to be is related to how willing you are to heal

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

March 15, 2018

We have the power to heal our own lives. We just have to be willing to do the work to heal.

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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

February 4, 2018

It is in through the challenges in our lives that we evolve and grow.

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IN TUNE

August 27, 2017

I am always amazed at how you give me clarity of vision. There are days that I can see the pieces, but not the whole picture and then you led me to a story about putting things together again by Suzy Holbeche

“I am reminded of the story of the teacher who tears to shreds a map of the world and, thinking it an impossible task, gives it to a recalcitrant student to put together. Within ten minutes the boy is back, the task completed. Astonished, the teacher asks him how he did it. The boy replies: When I turned the pieces over, I found a torn-up man. I put him together, and when I looked at the other side the world was whole again.”

This wonderful story reminds me that the answer to the world’s problems is people like me. Once I make myself whole, my world falls into place as it should be. When I fall apart, my world falls apart. When I am in tune with you then I am also in tune with myself. This story inspired me to write a poem about my relationship with you

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It’s Sharing Time!

June 20, 2017

It’s Sharing Time! Healing Stories  http://inspiritual.biz/spiritual-discussion/2017/6/20/healing-stories   come share your healing stories with us and read others

ENTERING THE MIRACLE

August 27, 2016

So here we are at the end of August and it is amazing to me how much I have thought about meaning lately. It is interesting how I have been thinking about why I have been led to sources of wisdom and revelation at certain times. For example, I was looking for a book a few months ago and was drawn to a book by Mark Nepo, which I thought would be awesome for our book club, called Inside the Miracle. It is a gathering of his writings which draw on his experience and transformation because of his battle with cancer.  Most of the people in our book club have had cancer and so I thought this was a book that would really speak to them.

Little did I know that I was drawn to this book for another reason. One of my dearest friends was diagnosed with brain cancer.  Reading this book while journeying with her helped me to enter into the miracle that was to happen in her life. It gave me new understandings of my own health challenges and the journey to wholeness which was coming as a result of this opportunity.

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THE GIFT OF PRESENCE

March 10, 2015

Sometimes the greatest gift we can give someone is our presence. As I shared in this month’s newsletter, Recently, I came across a story about practicing being present in a book by Sandy Boucher, author of Opening the Lotus: A Woman’s Guide to Buddhism. She wrote about the practice of being present from a Buddhist perspective. “The word ‘practice’ covers everything that Buddhists do in their efforts to achieve clear understanding and benefit other beings… Last week I spoke with a Buddhist friend who had just had a baby. ‘How is it caring for a little girl?’ I asked. She replied without hesitation, ‘It’s twenty-four hours a day of practice.’ She was being called upon to pay attention to, and to act with compassionate caring toward this tiny human being constantly throughout day and night. And she was attempting to do it, not by rote but, with full presence of mind and spirit. This is Buddhist practice.”

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