Change Happens

People speak about change in two very contradictory ways.  One puts people in the role of victim.  “You can’t stop change from happening.  You are born, you grow old, then you die.”  Which, while true, misses some key facts along the way such as our bodies constantly repairing themselves, sluffing off old cells and building new ones and the fact that while we do this we still manage to hold onto things like scars and birthmarks even though the cells that make them up are replenished hundreds and hundreds of times over the years.… Details

It’s a Two Way Street

It’s funny to me how we tend to think of things as going only one way.  Such as the external world doing things to us, but us having hardly any impact on the external world.  It’s like we’re a leaf being blown around by the wind and we can’t see that we may be creating a wind block for others so they aren’t affected by the wind or that the wind lifts us up and carries us over obstacles or that we can float with the wind and enjoy the ride. … Details

Self Care

As adults a great part of our life is about the limited amount of time and energy we have in each day and how we choose or don’t choose to use it.  Many years ago I took a management class which was mainly fluff and incredibly basic, but there was one gem that I have remembered from it. … Details

Seeing Blindly

There is definitely a line between focusing on a goal, and focusing so tightly on what we want that we are unable to see what is right in front of you.  It’s good to work towards something and to focus on that enough to be able to accomplish it. … Details

There is a Roadmap for your Life

The last section of all soul books is the Life Roadmap.  It works with the Embodied Life Record and the Relationship Map to gather all the information about that current life and plot out all the opportunities available, from conception to the grave, as “if/then” statements, meaning that “if” this choice is made “then” this path is taken, these opportunities become available and this choice will come next if you continue on this path. … Details

Parental Paradigms

Parents are human beings.  Most adults realize that at some point.  Usually it comes to us in our 30’s, although life circumstances might bring that point home much earlier, for better or worse.  Parents have their own perspectives, their own histories, their own baggage, their own hopes and dreams and aspirations.… Details

Believe Them

I know it may be mind boggling, but relationships require relating.  Which means actually paying attention to the other person.  Not stalking, not clinging, not co-dependenting, but actually paying attention to them.  Listening to what they are saying and actually hearing them. … Details