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1. Realize that there is not always a tomorrow for everyone that you encounter. Treat each and every meeting with someone as your last with them. It may be. Even if you stayed in the place where you were born and raised, people, friends and family come and go. In my case, I left two countries that are home to both family and close friends to start a life in my husband’s country where I have met new family and made new friends. Unfortunately, I have not been able to see the many family and friends that I would have… Read more.
Sometimes dreams take a little longer than we expect, but with perseverance and belief, they will come true – all in good time. Many years ago I had a stained glass art studio that I loved. Through divorce and the challenges of life, I lost my studio. I packed the materials, knowing that I’d have one again, but I didn’t know where or when. For the last year I’ve been working on a project inside Glacier National Park, called Glacier Bear Retreat. As you might know, we bought an old cabin, removed it from the property and built our new…
Every day is filled with choices What to eat or how to dress, Everywhere we turn – are voices Re-defining our success. Heads are full of information Thoughts are flying at high speeds, Adding only to frustration Of not getting what we need. We are horses and the riders And we’re racing way too fast. If we don’t remove the blinders And slow down – we will not last. Just relax and do not hurry, Few times daily take a breath. Give that cloud of constant worry Enough time so it can pass. Even though we won’t admit it We’re…
“Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured.” – Mark Twain What was the last thing that made you angry? The bad driver cutting you off? Your kids not picking up their toys? You were passed over for a promotion? How long did you stay angry? An hour? A day? A week? According to Harvard-trained and published neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, your anger should only last for ninety seconds. To feel an emotion we need to think a thought which then stimulates an emotional circuit…
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“My sister is going through a very difficult time in her life with her daughter who is suffering with depression and her son who has a fatal disease. She is usually a very strong character (type A personality). What kind of support or resources can I give her? We just lost our mom and I feel that she may be suffering with depression as well. Your help would be appreciated. Thanks.” ~ Pauline, Canada Dear Pauline, I am so sorry that your sister is in the midst of so much grief in her life right now. I’m sure she feels…
This 5-night, 6-day retreat is one of the best times to visit Montana, as it’s prime season in Glacier. The warm summer days will be filled with boating, hiking, and all things Glacier!
Sometimes we humans don’t like the change we’ve encountered, whether it’s a loved one passing, a lost job, or a lost opportunity. As Neale Donald Walsch notes, “Most of us have experienced events which we have called, when they were happening, the worst moments of our lives, only to find as time went by that what occurred was one of the best things that ever happened to us.”
These changes can feel absolutely devastating. We may ask “Why me?” and “How could this happen?” and feel that “this is a nightmare, this is not real” when it seems like our world has flipped upside down. Neale’s book When Everything Changes, Change Everything shares extremely vital tools to cope with change, the very thing that is always constant in our lives.
If you’re ready to take a closer look at the deep issues of change and how to deal with them, check out When Everything Changes, Change Everything.
Consider just how often you tell stories. On a daily basis, you express yourself to family and friends, as well as strangers via social media. What should be a source of bliss — creativity — can also generate confusion and doubt, even paralysis. That’s because it matters what stories you tell and how you tell them.
In this new course, Dan Millman and Sierra Prasada connect you with your inner storyteller. Whether you’re a writer, artist, or innovator, you’ll find greater creative and personal fulfillment thanks to their groundbreaking approach.
Dan and Sierra offer guidance and encouragement to help you push through common blocks to writing or any form of creativity. They demystify the process without dispelling the magic. The hard-won truths they articulate, and the innovative exercises they present, will light your way and enrich your practice.
Wellness in the body begins in the mind. Dina Proctor’s course Transform Your Life 3 Minutes at a Time will help you start a 3×3 meditation practice (3 minutes, 3 times a day), so you can quiet your mind at will and use the technique to release weight and promote healing and wellness in your body.
Over three weeks, Dina will share real-life examples and insights as well as breakdown the process step-by-step in several instructional videos. With your choice of guided audio meditations to enhance your experience each week, you’ll be well on your way to releasing negative thought patterns and enhancing your mind-body connection.
If you’re ready to learn how the mind’s focus and thought patterns can physically impact the body’s wellness, this course is for you!
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