I was reminded today of this lovely meditation called Tonglen, which asks us to recognize suffering and awaken our compassion. I use this when I’m feeling overwhelmed personally.
My poor sister! She must have heard at least once a week when were were growing up, “Come on now! You are older than her. You know better!”
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 love music’s ability to connect us and speak to us both in words and energetically. Today I get to share with you a video of a song written and performed by dear friends, Stephanie Bettman and Luke Halpin (with Brian Netzley on bass) called “It All Comes Back to Love.”
Brene Brown TedxHouston talk on Vulnerability.
When a friend calls you on how you aren’t living in alignment, they are giving you a gift. If you are lucky you have one or two spiritual friendships like I have with my friend Kimberly Barclay. After I sent the last newsletter . . .
A couple of days ago, I received an email from Neale Donald Walsch that ended with the phrase, “sadness cleanses the heart.” It struck a cord with me, as my mother Lucille passed away on June 9th and honestly it has been one of the most heart opening experiences of my life. I realize that […]