Month: March 2017

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Showing Up As Our Best Selves

Share: “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”– William James My favorite place is on our back terrace at home. No matter how stressed I “think” I am (smile), I can always find solace in this space. Somehow it seems easier to choose thoughts of peace when I am here.

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There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

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Coming Home

Filled with an incredible amount of insight and a heart full of love, I returned this weekend to my beloved home, husband, daughter, pets, friends and LifePath Center in San Miguel de Allende. It’s wonderful to be home where I am reminded of Thich Hnat Hanh’s teaching in the quote above because of the years of being aware of this practice in this sacred and safe environment. My home reminds me of the practice of coming back to myself and, yet, it’s a practice that I must remember wherever I am.

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Talking About Difficult Subjects with a Loved One

I wasn’t expecting to come to Colorado this week but my sister, Sharon, needed me. I came. She’s been living with Parkinson’s for many years and each year has brought new challenges. This year it’s time to consider full time care. It’s a difficult decision for her and for us, her family. For her, it means loss of her independence (among many other things) and for me, it means accepting that the disease truly is progressive and that these changes are inevitable.

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Showing Up As Our Best Selves

Share: “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.”– William James My favorite place is on our back terrace at home. No matter how stressed I “think” I am (smile), I can always find solace in this space. Somehow it seems easier to choose thoughts of peace when I am here.

Read More »

There is Only Time For Loving

Many of you may know my dear cocker spaniel, Sophie. She’s been with me now for almost 14 years and has been my constant companion. In fact, some of my clients looked forward to seeing Sophie when they came for a session and would ask for her; if she wasn’t with me. She’s still with me although she doesn’t come to LifePath anymore. It’s difficult for her now because of her age but she seems happy at our home in the country. She has what the vets call “doggie dementia” so she gets confused but what she doesn’t get confused about is my relationship with her and how much I love her. She still bounces up and down, like a puppy, when I come home. And, I’m thrilled to see her, too.

Read More »

Coming Home

Filled with an incredible amount of insight and a heart full of love, I returned this weekend to my beloved home, husband, daughter, pets, friends and LifePath Center in San Miguel de Allende. It’s wonderful to be home where I am reminded of Thich Hnat Hanh’s teaching in the quote above because of the years of being aware of this practice in this sacred and safe environment. My home reminds me of the practice of coming back to myself and, yet, it’s a practice that I must remember wherever I am.

Read More »

Talking About Difficult Subjects with a Loved One

I wasn’t expecting to come to Colorado this week but my sister, Sharon, needed me. I came. She’s been living with Parkinson’s for many years and each year has brought new challenges. This year it’s time to consider full time care. It’s a difficult decision for her and for us, her family. For her, it means loss of her independence (among many other things) and for me, it means accepting that the disease truly is progressive and that these changes are inevitable.

Read More »

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