Loneliness and the Introvert

When I was young I was always called shy. I will admit, I probably had a bit of social anxiety now that; that felling actually has a name. After much introspection and research, now in my adult life I very aggressively conclude that I am an introvert. The Myers Briggs personality test gave me the... Continue Reading →

Feeling Raw

It is at times like these that it is ok to feel what you are feeling. I don't think the magnitude of what is going on in the world at this time is really comprehensible if you are some what removed from it. It has touched us all in one way or another. But the... Continue Reading →

Today…

All I could remember Was free falling, Through the cool air of night All was silent Until it wasn't I heard a loud sharp crash Clinck, crack, then a grinding crumble When I looked down I realized it was me.

Suffer with more Compassion

In my last post I touched lightly on the consept of suffering with compassion. This phrase to me is so deep I remember someone once telling me that they reached a point in there life where not having alot of money was ok with them, almost, they would rather live that way. But, it is... Continue Reading →

The Key Theory

Quoting from the book The Subtle Art of not Giving A F*$@ by Mark Manson "The desire for more positive experience is it's self a negative experience. Paradoxically The acceptance of negative experience is itself a positive experiance. Hence The more you persue feeling better all the time, the less satisfied you become. Pursuing something... Continue Reading →

Return to Thankfulness

Today I was reminded about all the many benefits there are to being thankful. It's not that long ago I was on a thankfulness train and life was never more lovely. I even wrote about it here. Gratitude does work. Like most things in life, I got derailed. I still can acknowledge when things go... Continue Reading →

Mindful Moments

So just recently, because I feel like I have been alittle bit all over the place I decided to get back into meditating constantly. I wanted a guided meditation, since I couldn't seem to get my mind to shut up by myself, so I downloaded the app call Head Space. It's the best one I... Continue Reading →

A New Agreement

This week I sort of speed read through the book The Four Agreement by Don Miguel Ruiz. I like to read books twice so that I can grasp the full meaning of what the author is trying to convey. This book would be considered self help or a spiritual growth genre of book. In alot... Continue Reading →

Day 30 Celebrate!

So we have come to the end of the challenge today, instead of another assignment or task. Let me assign myself to a big old pat in the back. It truly is so important to acknowledge and stand in your great. When you have set out to do something and you did it you completed... Continue Reading →

Day 29 Reflect

As it goes in any 30 day challenge, often there will be a time to reflect back to see how far you've come. Letting go of the physical thing in life can be hard and even scary. Often time when it's not so hard, or scary that means you were totally ready for this kind... Continue Reading →

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