No Easy Road

We’d all like the process of inner healing to be a quick and short one, smooth ride.   It is a long and sometimes not so easy road. Still, it can be made simpler if we are committed to the growth and development that we need in order to do better Read more…

Slowing Down

Whether on a global family, community, globe scale, there will be things that happen to give us a wake up call.   My insurance  my doctors have insisted, as has my insurance case worker, being on SSDI one was assigned to me, that I use a cane to balance myself when I walk, Read more…

What Is Fear?

What is fear? The answer to that question depends on who you ask. Humans have a way of being very different from each other in this area. Generally, fear is about not wanting tools control, anxiety that we will lose control.  What we are afraid of varies. You may be terrified Read more…

Time Heals, The Myth

We have all heard the saying that time heals all wounds, but really it’s not time that heals.  What heals is what we do with the time left in our lives after we have gotten hit by life’s challanges etc…   Time is a gift and how we use it is what Read more…

Mindfulness for a A Day

One important thing that defines spiritual awakening is appreciation, divine gratitude.  However, in the craziness of our daily lives, or if we have chronic health issues, this notion of gratitude may get lost, and it’s crucial to get back to that.  Here are some ways we can do that.  Nature, Read more…

Teach Me Prayer

I came across this prayer and realized this is actually what I have been asking God for every day.  getting to know others is easier than getting to know ourselves.  We take in so much baggage from everything around us, from people, and we carry baggage from life experiences that Read more…

6 Tips of Self Care

When we think of care, we think physical, but care is more than just physical.  Even with the physical, you have to know what works for you.  In terms of exercise, well for someone with CFS, Fibromyalgia and such strenuous exercise could cause more harm than good.  Also when doing Read more…

Perception vs Perspective

Often we can confuse the two.  Perception is how we internalize or understand situations etc…to be, what feelings that situation etc…triggers.  We may perceive hostility from someone, think they are angry with me, that I did something, etc… and it may or may not be accurate.  They may be having Read more…