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Tag Archives: present moment awareness
“What do you do?” When was the last time you were asked that question? For me it was a few days ago at a gathering where there were a lot of people I didn’t know. It seems to be the … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about the fact that all we really have is right now? The present moment is the only thing that is truly “real”. Continue reading
Sorry to have to bring this to your attention. But the Bluebird of Happiness is not in your future. So you can put away the field guide, the binoculars, and that picnic lunch you brought. How do I know this, … Continue reading
It has been said that when we stop growing, we begin dying. Hearing that quote recently got me thinking about growth, all of the stages of growth, and the fact that in nature, (which we are a part of), growth … Continue reading
As I type this post I am aware of my little dog, Yuki, sleeping here on the floor in my office. She is sleeping very soundly. As I think about her and what she might be experiencing I realize that … Continue reading
So far in the past few posts we’ve covered Energy, Consciousness, Catabolic & Anabolic Energy, and Responsibility. Today, I will cover the basics of shifting from catabolic energy to anabolic energy. As mentioned previously, the first step is awareness. Being … Continue reading
Sometimes when I’m asked what I do for a living I’ll answer, “I help people discover their level of consciousness.” It’s always fun to see what kind of response I’ll get. I think sometimes people get a picture in their … Continue reading
Se’arah Bekos Mayim. A storm in a teacup. A hurricane in a glass of water. The phrase above is a Hebrew proverb that has its English equivalent in the idea of making a mountain out of a molehill, the latter … Continue reading
When was the last time you really listened to someone? And when was the last time you really felt heard? Did you know that “being heard” is considered a basic human need? And yet I often have clients tell me … Continue reading