Archive for March, 2015

Many Chances

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Invariably, we get many opportunities over the course of our lives to process, practice and ultimately improve how we engage ourselves in challenging situations.

Sometimes we cannot resolve things with a certain person, however, usually someone else will come into our life who presses those same buttons.

When you recognize this is happening, I invite you to seize the chance and make the changes now that will support you in diffusing the old button and becoming empowered in a new way of responding that is healthier for you.

Impossible or Unpossible

Monday, March 23rd, 2015

Impossible is that which cannot be done.
Unpossible is that which has not been done yet….

The more you believe in yourself, the more you open up the world of unpossibility to becoming possible.

Give yourself the greatest chance of truly attaining your ultimate dreams and goals.

It starts with a vision.
Blend in belief in yourself supported by faith, confidence and an open-mind.
This creates opportunity to achieve that which you previously have not be able to before.
Then follow through with positive actions motivated by your will and honed with your intention.

What UNpossible thing would you like to go for today?

What do you see?

Monday, March 16th, 2015

We all get great things along with challenges in life.
Are you someone who sees obstacles or solutions?
Are you someone who celebrates the good that comes your way or dwells on what’s wrong?

All we can control is our experience of what happens to us.  Certainly some things are more stressful and difficult than other things.  However, everyone has the ability to guide how your mind experiences what is happening in your life.

I invite you to be aware of the interpretations and perceptions you are placing upon your ‘reality’. Look for the silver linings, and celebrate life’s gems.
Choose what you want to see…
Usually you’ll be able to find it in any given moment, if you ‘look’ at it right.

Unplugged

Monday, March 9th, 2015

What’s the longest amount of time you’ve been away from your phone, email, internet?

Sometimes, with all the wonderful technology we have, it can be hard to remain truly present in the moment as your email bings, a text buzzes, and the phone rings.

While it’s great to be able to remain connected with our loved ones wherever they are, I think it’s also important to take breaks from all this technology, and unplug, so you can plug in fully to the moment you’re actually in.

 

The Hug

Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Relationships are often extra good in the beginning because we put so much of our thought and time into each other.
Then, it’s natural to put your thoughts and efforts into other things.  Slowly you stop putting the same time, attention, and effort into each other. However, what you put your thoughts and energy into is what you grow.  When you stop focusing on your relationship, it frequently will suffer.

I propose “the hug”.
If you’re married or in a long-term relationship, I invite you to spend a minimum of 10 minutes at least 3-4x’s a week, where you turn off the TV, put down your book, iPad, computer and phone, possibly light a candle, put on soft music, and lie down face to face looking at each other.
You can talk – not about chores, kids, work – but about life, each other, things between you, and you can also be silent.
Simply taking this time, to look deeply into one another, touch each other affectionately, and kiss, offers a powerful connector.
The hug doesn’t have to lead to sex, although it can.
It is guaranteed though to lead to greater intimacy as it is water, fertilizer, sunlight and air for your relationship, supporting you in putting the thought and energy into fostering growth and happiness between you and your spouse.