Threads of Your Life

How following the threads of your life can help you discover your calling Recently an old friend of mine suggested that I have some of my newsletters be just audio files (podcasts) because then she could just lie on the couch, close her eyes, and listen deeply. Since I grew up listening to the radio,…

Harmony Equals Health

In this entertaining and educational seven-minute video clip by Dr. Bruce Lipton, he describes how the human brain is akin to the musical conductor of our body’s biology. Our body’s biology is like a symphony, with our organ systems being the orchestra. The conductor—our brain—has the role of coordinating these systems so they work together…

Releasing Yourself!

Creating a life that encourages you to reach your full potential. Recently an old friend of mine suggested that I have some of my newsletters be just audio files (podcasts) because then she could just lie on the couch, close her eyes, and listen deeply. Since I grew up listening to the radio, not looking…

Rewrite Your Software

Many years ago, Henry Ford said, “If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” And Albert Einstein said, “You can’t solve our problems with the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” What they were both talking about is what Dr. Bruce Lipton…

Wasting My Days

Learning the importance of being fully present and happy Recently an old friend of mine suggested that I have some of my newsletters be just audio files (podcasts) because then she could just lie on the couch, close her eyes, and listen deeply. Since I grew up listening to the radio, not looking at screens,…

Manage Your Mind

“The question isn’t, can you handle the situation—the question is, can you handle your mind? Can you manage the thoughts and the emotions that are trying to poison your progress? Forget managing the situation—manage your mind.” Will Smith, actor and producer This six-minute video, presented by the Video Advice YouTube channel, offers inspiration from a…

Merry-Go-Round of Life

Learning to use the wisdom of what we learned when we were young Recently an old friend of mine suggested that I have some of my newsletters be just audio files (podcasts) because then she could just lie on the couch, close her eyes, and listen deeply. Since I grew up listening to the radio,…

Time Well Spent

A study done at Drexel University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, found that coloring, drawing, and doodling make us feel more relaxed because they activate the prefrontal cortex, which helps control the brain’s reward pathways and contributes to our emotions, decision-making capabilities, and motivation. In this study, the participants were given paper and markers and instructed to…

Not Perfect

Recently an old friend of mine suggested that I have some of my newsletters be just audio files (podcasts) because then she could just lie on the couch, close her eyes, and listen deeply. Since I grew up listening to the radio, not looking at screens, this resonated deeply with me.  With this in mind,…

Making a Difference

This very inspiring short video about Nicholas Winton, the father of 669 children, reminded me of the importance of being present, and the importance of making a difference. When we are present, it is easier to see a need, and then find a way to boldly fill that need. We can’t fix all the problems in…