These two themes (rebirth and transformation) are larger than life for me at the moment. Everything I'm coming across is yet another confirmation of that fact.
In the event that you are having difficulties getting around on this New Moon Monday, here's a bit of wisdom from Louise Hay. I hope it helps to lift your spirits.
If you've been with me for awhile now, you'll know that this time of year signifies a time in which I begin to submerge into the "Underworld".
At our core, none of US is unworthy. We're MORE than worthy. MORE than ENOUGH.
Happy Monday Morning to you! We have another week ahead of us to make a difference in our own life and the lives of others! This weekend was a “down” weekend for our family compliments of Tropical Storm Nestor. Due to the fact that it cruised through our area, our youngest daughter – LB – […]
Have you ever thought it would be cool to read a story and know you had a hand in bringing one of the characters to "life"? Now is your chance! Be my creative adviser for NaNo!
I started my efforts to shed excess weight back in December of last year, and I did have a small amount of success. But, the commitment. The readiness to release the pounds just wasn't there. At the first sign of stormy weather - family stress - any progress that I had flew straight out the window. It was not my first attempt. In fact, the size of my body and the accompanying body-image issues have been a part of my life since I was a young child.
At the beginning of this month, I mentioned that I was working through the book The Magic by Rhonda Byrne with one of the groups I belong to. It took us 28 days, and in that time, I learned so many ways to nurture an attitude of gratitude. And I can tell you from experience that it really does create magic in one's life!
It's easy to feel gratitude when everything is going smoothly, when you're feeling good. It's a little more challenging to feel it, though, when you're feeling like crap and things just aren't going your way.
So, do you ever find yourself waiting for the other shoe to drop? Do you suffer from "other shoe syndrome"?