Recently both my laptops and my cell phone started to have loose connections where you plug in the charger. I’ve been pretty careful with the laptops and they haven’t been dropped or hard hard use. The big laptop never leaves the house and rarely leaves my desk. The phone? It has been dropped a few times but probably not any more than anyone else’s phone. One electronic with a connection problem is annoying; two may be a coincidence; but three at the same time?
This morning I laid in bed before the alarm went off, awake in that cozy state where all is well. The room was cool. I had had a good night’s sleep. I had time and didn’t have to rush to hop in the shower. It was peacefully quiet and then something awful happened.
Take control of you inner adolescent and show up! Did you take music lessons as a child? I did. One of the things I remember the most about taking music lessons was my mother prodding me to practice. . . .
The other day I saw post on one of my social network sites that said something like this, “You can live in peace and joy 100% of the time and I can show you how.” My first response was, pardon my language, “Bullshit!”
I spend a lot of time helping my clients define their vision of what they want to create in their lives. But the secondary part of every vision is that we must let go of the vision and surrender it as we live in the present moment.
I had a great reminder of this while I was in Peru. . . .
I Choose Love by Shawn Gallaway, beautiful song, reminding us that we do indeed have the power to choose.
Carol shares a video about the importance of taking time for joy.
If you were attacked, do you have skills to defend yourself? Have you rehearsed strategies that might save your life in a tense situation or an attack. If not, why not?