Its not fair!

Its not fair!

sometimes our hearts need to honor overwhelming feelings

My six year old grandson, Liam, has had quite a few mantras over the course of his short life - there was the "What dat?" as he was just learning to talk, the short, but concise, "No!" when he realized he had some options in life, and the always amusing (sometimes tiring) "Why?" when he was trying to know more about his ever expanding world.

His current favorite is the longest one to date - "It's not fair!"

"It's not fair!" apparently has multiple uses and shows up in all kinds of unexpected places - at bedtime, at dinnertime, at times when it appears that his brother receives anything slightly different from what he has, and, one of my personal favorites, when we're stuck at a red light and can't get moving to where we're going.

While he was in one of his "It's not fair!" moods the other day, and no insight or explanation I could conjure up helped him see otherwise, I stepped back for a moment and started thinking that maybe I was really missing what he was trying to relay. The thought came to me that . . . Read More

Self-Care for Energy Workers

Self-Care for Energy Workers

and were all energy workers

More and more people, from the layperson to hospital administrators, are recognizing the value of various kinds of energy work, including Reiki, EFT (meridian tapping), acupuncture, and lesser-known methods such as SimplyHealed.

On so many levels, many of these modalities promote . . . Read More

Habits that Serve You

creating change

Steve Covey, in the classic self-help book, Seven Habits for Highly Effective People tells us that the key to a successful life is to develop habits that set you up for success. When you think about it, this is a profound and manageable concept.

For example, In the United States, we have a very . . . Read More

Freedom Within

awareness of thoughts & beliefs

"I made up the prison in which I see myself. All I need do is recognize this and I am free." - A Course in Miracles

When we release our hold on how anyone or anything "should" be, we realize inner freedom. When we allow life to be life - we experience our freedom. We become free when our joy does not depend on a situation or person being a certain way . . . Read More

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