Weathering the Storm

About 30 days ago, I made the decision to release all of my clients in my business and focus on my family and my own creation. I’ve known for some time that my business was not a creation of passion, but rather one of necessity. It served its purpose and was no longer supporting my […]

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Perfectionism Bites

I’ve been noticing that some of my communications with my children smack of perfectionism. It bites. The first response I had to this realization was to feel anger and frustration with myself because I still have not accomplished the true unconditional loving communication I so strongly desire and intend. Now, that’s not totally true. In […]

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What you give is what you get

I was talking with a friend about parenting and the issue of respect came up. This reminded me of my own journey through “I just need respect!” with my children. There was a period of way too long that I was caught in a sort of battle with my children over respect. Now, don’t get […]

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Creating Memories

I have spent more hours than I care to admit focusing on my fears about what memories I have created for my children and how they will feel about me when they are grown. I know this sounds silly; after all, I spend most of my waking – and sometimes my sleeping – hours contemplating […]

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Care of the Soul–Part I

In 1998, I was just beginning my journey into awareness, after a lifetime of playing the role of victim and living life as though I was being whipped around by my tail. I was armed with a few books given to me by a counselor that I had only seen on a few occasions, but […]

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Lost in a Sea of Perfectionism

I have been lost in a sea of perfectionism that has prevented me from posting for a very long time. I have had such an amazing amount of changes flow into my life over the past two years that it hardly seems possible that two years have actually past. It feels as if it has […]

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What is awareness?

I’ve been trying to figure out why I created this blog and what I really wanted to say with it. It was really drawn out of a passion for parenting and raising children to be all that they can be. To give them freedom to grow and develop knowing and expressing their true voice. What […]

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Stepping Through Denial

Once becoming aware that my actions are led by my thoughts, that I am responsible for all of my choices, and that my choices create the direction of my life, I was also faced with the awareness of when I am choosing denial. A few months ago I started having a lot of indigestion and […]

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Choosing Joy to Weather the Storm

Life has taken an interesting turn in the last week and – as usual – has brought with it many lessons. We discovered a water leak in our kitchen that has created a cesspool under our kitchen floor, water damage to a significant portion of the kitchen floor (the total damage has not yet been […]

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Helping Children Find Spirituality through Nature

by Susan Gale When Edgar Cayce was asked, while in a trance state, what was the best way to teach children about spirituality, he responded in Reading 5747-1 by saying, Then, as to the development of the mind of the child, develop its imaginative forces rather than the material or objective forces.  Acquaint such a […]

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