Month: October 2016

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Conscious Loving Revisited

Last week I wrote about Conscious Loving and the responses were amazing. I love hearing from you! I received such wonderful replies that I thought I’d share them with you today. They are below. But, first, I’d like to share with you what I mean by “Conscious Loving” and a “Conscious Relationship”. To me, having a conscious relationship and loving consciously means that the emphasis is on growth- physically, mentally, and spiritually.

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Conscious Loving

‘ve been thinking a lot lately about what it takes to create a healthy, loving, conscious relationship because of my marriage to Michael. It’s been over a year since we were married and prior to that, I was single for many, many years. As a single woman, I continued to pursue personal growth. And, those times were filled with enormous learning and “opportunities” for growth. I think you know what I mean. Yes, I have my tongue in my cheek.

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What You Think of Me, Is None of My Business

Terry Cole-Whittaker wrote a book years ago called, “What You Think Of Me, Is None Of My Business”. The title of that book has stayed in my memory since I read it and I often think of it when I have been confronted by situations that challenge my liking myself. One of the goals of my life has been to be independent of the opinions of others. However, some days I seem to be closer to that goal and other days, I’m not so close.

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Am I too busy?

Sometimes I get annoyed when my friends are just too busy to pick up the phone or answer an email or need to take calls during the time that we are together. And, I have been accused, so many times, of being too busy myself. Yet, as it turns out, being busy may have benefits. Why? Because new research suggests that staying busy could be the key to staying sharp as we age.

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Search for Meaning

There are certain books that I have found, over the years, that I want to read over and over again because I find that in reading them my life changes. One of those is “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl written in 1962. Perhaps you’ve read it. I hope so because it is an incredibly impactful book. Each time I read it, I find some new kernel of truth that causes me to reflect on my own life.

Read More »

Conscious Loving Revisited

Last week I wrote about Conscious Loving and the responses were amazing. I love hearing from you! I received such wonderful replies that I thought I’d share them with you today. They are below. But, first, I’d like to share with you what I mean by “Conscious Loving” and a “Conscious Relationship”. To me, having a conscious relationship and loving consciously means that the emphasis is on growth- physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Read More »

Conscious Loving

‘ve been thinking a lot lately about what it takes to create a healthy, loving, conscious relationship because of my marriage to Michael. It’s been over a year since we were married and prior to that, I was single for many, many years. As a single woman, I continued to pursue personal growth. And, those times were filled with enormous learning and “opportunities” for growth. I think you know what I mean. Yes, I have my tongue in my cheek.

Read More »

What You Think of Me, Is None of My Business

Terry Cole-Whittaker wrote a book years ago called, “What You Think Of Me, Is None Of My Business”. The title of that book has stayed in my memory since I read it and I often think of it when I have been confronted by situations that challenge my liking myself. One of the goals of my life has been to be independent of the opinions of others. However, some days I seem to be closer to that goal and other days, I’m not so close.

Read More »

Am I too busy?

Sometimes I get annoyed when my friends are just too busy to pick up the phone or answer an email or need to take calls during the time that we are together. And, I have been accused, so many times, of being too busy myself. Yet, as it turns out, being busy may have benefits. Why? Because new research suggests that staying busy could be the key to staying sharp as we age.

Read More »

Search for Meaning

There are certain books that I have found, over the years, that I want to read over and over again because I find that in reading them my life changes. One of those is “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl written in 1962. Perhaps you’ve read it. I hope so because it is an incredibly impactful book. Each time I read it, I find some new kernel of truth that causes me to reflect on my own life.

Read More »

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