Tag Archives: Balance

Contentment

Life is easier on those days when everything seems to run smoothly, from that perfect cup of tea or coffee in the morning to the hum of everything falling into place with ease as the day evolves. Yes, on those … Continue reading

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Wisdom

Balance, defined as a state of equilibrium. . . mental steadiness or emotional stability. And yet, it seems to be the one thing many of us lack, especially in these times.  Of course, one could pose the question that perhaps … Continue reading

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Letting Love Flow

May you learn to dwell Below the surface of the days At home with the ebb and flow of Your own heart’s tides. May you find the womb space at the center of your Life, There grow wise in the … Continue reading

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Be Still

When we are free enough to be wherever we must be, we find ourselves often in the center. This is a difficult one for many of us to practice at times. When I get needy and come from a place … Continue reading

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Allowing for Light

It is national poetry month, and there are so many wonderful poets creating today. Poetry is a place to come to for healing. Its subtle words scratched on starchy white paper can serve as comforting arms to hold us, and … Continue reading

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Love

The Earth has gone around the Sun its prescribed number of times and we are back to this holiday where we celebrate the contributions that fathers and/or father figures make in their children’s lives. Eleven of these holidays have passed … Continue reading

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Love Can Heal

What to do when the world around us isn’t practicing mindfulness, much less civility towards human beings? How can you stop this negative, sometimes hateful, destructive energy from tiptoeing into your heart and creating unbalance and unrest? First, it is … Continue reading

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