Category: death

Looking at Your Life & Overcoming Conditioned Response

I was asked recently by a business coach to write an essay on why I feel I self-sabotage and other negative habits that sometimes keep me from being the best version of myself. You know… when we play small. I dig deep on these things… I encourage you to do the same because unless we become aware of why we do things, we are powerless to change them. I’m not saying we get past these things sometimes, but awareness helps us grow and I am here to grow! I am glad I have coaches that guide me to dig deep!

Day 4– I want to be making zucchini fritters…yep, today I am going Vegetarian and writing about the attachments I have that I desperately need to let go of. All while sticking with my commitment of blogging The Yoga Sutras for 7 days straight.

Hello readers! Did you know there is a huge health difference in crying vs. weeping? It’s day 4 of my exercise of noticing Aparigraha in my life. Aparigraha, as we know by now, and explained more on Day 1, is one of the Yamas as written by Patanjali. Yamas are rules of social behavior. The

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Exposing My Grief through Heartache, My Story and JRR Tolkien

Recent events have been a huge catalyst to help me remember who I am, the roads I’ve traveled, the lessons and gifts I’ve gathered along a journey with more than a fair share of grief and heartache. The grief experienced in the most part due to deaths within my close, soul-family & actual family departing

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Your Grave is Like Christmas in July

I saw your grave today Apart on the side of a hill.  Somewhere between the cemetery and the road.  As if sliding away Might mean you’re not Quite there.  We all are I suppose, Somewhere between  That resting place And journeys road.  Fresh tilled earth  Piled higher than the others  Catching my eye.  But it

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