Posts tagged "soul"

Butterflies: The Boy and the Butterfly and YOU

Butterflies: The Boy and the Butterfly and YOU
As butterfly season is thankfully upon us, it feels appropriate to share the parable of the boy and the butterfly as a reminder to allow others their own work in regard to their personal transformation. While I am not sure where this story originated, a beautiful gal in my Soul to Soul Circle reminds us... Read more »

FEEL Your Way Into Every Choice!

FEEL Your Way Into Every Choice!
Feel Your Way has become the most-used mantra in our home. After years of studying the actual metaphysics, not to mention more and more each day the quantum physics behind this statement, in an increasingly unknown and chaotic world, the powerful impact of these words is both spiritual and functional. As societies around the world... Read more »

People-Pleasing Be Gone! Authenticity Best for ALL

People-Pleasing Be Gone! Authenticity Best for ALL
People-Pleasing and its many tentacles has ensnared me for most of my life. From early childhood, I was taught by many well-meaning adults that most decisions should first be made in total regard for the other person, while my true desires and needs came in as the close second. This compassionate view of the world served... Read more »
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The Idle Brain, Downtime=A HUGE Creative YES!

The Idle Brain, Downtime=A HUGE Creative YES!
More and more Americans, whose culture of intense focus on productivity has been both its boon and nemesis, are realizing that optimal creativity stems from regular periods of free-form mind wandering. Everything, EVERYTHING man-made that we see in our world once germinated within the depths of someone’s imagination—a magical, creative well that we so often... Read more »

The Safeway as a Gateway: A New Take on the Weekly Grocery Run

The Safeway as a Gateway: A New Take on the Weekly Grocery Run
Remember in our twenties, when the grocery store seemed the perfect place to meet your soul mate. Well, times have sure changed for me! Now a regular old trip to the Safeway provides an optimal opportunity for a full-blown spiritual experience, seriously… I had another grocery store out-of-body recently—that’s right, at my local grocery store... Read more »

Dave Matthews, Wrigley Field and Beyond

Dave Matthews, Wrigley Field and Beyond
It’s really the WHOLE experience that filled me not once, but twice this weekend as I hopped on the El with my husband over the weekend to meet up with friends and enjoy to the utmost beautiful nights in the beloved city of Chicago. Over and over again, from the observations through the windows headed... Read more »
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Like a Kid in a Candy Shop: 3 Steps to Freedom

Like a Kid in a Candy Shop: 3 Steps to Freedom
As a soul nurturer, I am frequently asked, “How do I create more peace in my life. Come on, lay it out for me. Give me some steps!” My answer is always that there are unlimited pathways to freedom, all unique to you, but I can share a few things that have worked for me... Read more »

Travel Sports: Passion or Business, Democracy or Dictatorship

Travel Sports: Passion or Business, Democracy or Dictatorship
Travel Sports have caused much discussion in our home as of late. On the one hand, there is appreciation that two of our three children are able to participate in what many around the country, not to mention the world, would consider a “luxury” at best and “ridiculous” at worst. On the other hand, I... Read more »

Burglar's Attempt at Soul to Soul Falls Short

Burglar's Attempt at Soul to Soul Falls Short
Today on page six of the Chicago Tribune I read an article that at once made me smile while at the same time made me shake my head in sadness at some chosen human behavior. A burglar robs a house in Skokie and as he does so, he profusely apologizes for his actions saying that... Read more »
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