Monthly Archives: January 2013

Nurturing

Nurturing comes in the form of meeting your needs rather than indulging your superficial desires.  Your body is a good place to begin, and coral asks you to listen to your body, to find what nurtures you and to do … Continue reading

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To Risk Delight

The poet Jack Gilbert in his poem A Brief for the Defense says we must risk delight.  In nature, there is astonishing beauty that coexists with ravenous pain; it is the way of the universe.  Buddha has said that suffering … Continue reading

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Waving Goodbye to Emotional Fear

Unless you’re very lucky or very enlightened, you’re likely to hear those nattering voices and feel those nagging fears within you. They’re part of the deal. I won’t try to talk you out of them, and you shouldn’t try to … Continue reading

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Garden of Balance

Are you tending to your garden of balance as the New Year unveils itself?  Are you feeling anxious about 2013, or relatively tranquil?  Maintaining balance is the goal for all of us whatever circumstances present, and I mean whatever!  Long … Continue reading

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New Year’s Blessings

Happy New Year and blessings to all!  Between the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut and some dear friends facing very serious health issues in the last weeks of the year, I gradually closed myself off and did not listen to my … Continue reading

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