This last week I have repeatedly, from a variety of sources, heard references to how most of us harbor deep feelings regarding lack of worth. Initially I was reminded about the pain of inadequacy and feelings of unworthiness from a book called Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With the Heart of a Buddha by Tara Read more…..
As I’ve mentioned many times, energetic intrusion has been an ongoing challenge and process of expanded awareness and growth for me. It has been a strong theme that began decades ago and was consciously birthed from a desire to connect with spiritual guides. As with any path of awakening, we will encounter an extreme variety Read more…..
Last week, my husband and I went on vacation to South Whidbey Island. Spending time with a panoramic view in a cozy cabin was restful, peaceful, and filled with gratitude. However, as is usually the case, there was also an occasional stirring of shadow. As some of the shadows presented themselves to my awareness, I Read more…..
Emotions are a tricky thing. They can change from moment to moment, float by like a whisper, or possess the screaming force of a category five hurricane! I think one of the most challenging things about emotions for many, is to accurately identify what they are feeling. There is a stereotype that women are more Read more…..
For some unknown reason, or karma, I have led a fairly socially isolated life. It’s not that I sought out solitude and lack of support, it just seemed to naturally evolve that way for me. I can remember way back to my first social encounters as a very young child, and I was usually the Read more…..
According to Encarta Dictionary, one definition of discomfort is the “cause of lack of comfort; something that makes somebody feel physically or mentally uncomfortable.” But, what is discomfort really? For that matter, what is comfort? I do agree that the two are related. I also think that states of comfort and discomfort are relative and Read more…..