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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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Reader's Responses to Information Overload

I know, I know. I told everyone that I wouldn’t post the newsletter this week but I just couldn’t stop myself! As you know, last week I talked about information overload and, well, I just have more information to share. Smile.

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Death and Dying with Deborah Starr, Ph.D.

The article was sent to me by a friend who had been to our home for a very insightful conversation with other friends. The conversation eventually led to the subject of death and dying- a subject that isn’t often talked about but is one in which we “must” engage. Since that time, we’ve made a special date with our friends to continue this conversation and to explore this very important topic in our lives.

Read More »

Information Overload

My husband, Michael, and I had dinner and a riveting conversation with Gail Sheehy this week. Gail is an American author, journalist, and lecturer and is the author of seventeen books, including Passages, named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. She’s in San Miguel de Allende for the annual Writer’s Conference (https://sanmiguelwritersconference.org/) that happens each year. Last year I got to know Gail well because I had the opportunity to escort her during last years event. It was an incredible experience!

Read More »

Show a Little Love

This coming week is Valentine’s Day Week and a week that is filled with messages of love everywhere we look. Each of these messages is a reminder about love and about loving. This week is a time to “show a little love” and my message is very simple and that is to encourage you to do just that. In spite of all of the chaos in the world or in your life, it’s time and it’s important. And, it doesn’t take a lot of energy, thought, or courage. As they say, “JUST DO IT”.

Read More »

Recognize Yourself in He and She…

This week has been filled with such a mixture of emotions about what is happening in the world. On one hand, we can witness all of the upset and diversity of opinions over the changes resulting from the President’s executive orders on immigration and, on the other hand, we see the resulting expression of creativity through the written word, spoken word, art and media that is spreading throughout the world.

Read More »

February Special for Ayurvedic Treatments starts Today!!!!!

Ayurveda (which stands for ‘life knowledge’ in Sanscrit) or Ayurvedic medicine is a system of traditional medicine & vedic system native to the Indian subcontinent and a form of alternative medicine. By the medieval period, Ayurvedic practitioners developed a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for the treatment of various ailments. Practices that are derived from Ayurvedic medicine are regarded as part of complementary and alternative medicine and along with Siddha Medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine, forms the basis for systems medicine. It is internationally recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and others.

Read More »

A Reminder from a Dear Friend….

This last week I received an email from one of my dearest long-term friends, Sharon Scandrett Hibdon. I met her in Memphis, Tennessee years ago (actually it was in the early 1980’s) and we quickly connected due to our common interest in consciousness and healing work. Our connection continued over the years and, as a result, we created holistic health centers and programs for healing in Memphis and Dallas. We always knew and trusted our collective awareness that evolution of consciousness for ourselves and others was “the only game in town”. Then, she moved to Iowa and continued her work and I moved to Mexico and continued mine. Parallel lives of healing. This last week I received the following email.

Read More »

This Is What I Shall Do…

This week has been an intense week of heightened emotions due to the inauguration of an unpopular US President, many peaceful and not so peaceful protests and marches, flurries of news stories filled with anger, hope, sadness, excitement, etc. etc. It all felt a bit surreal, especially from a hotel room in Mexico City where my husband and I had escaped from our home construction for a few days.

Read More »

Is Simplicity Possible?

I’ve been thinking and reading a lot, lately, about simplicity. So much has been written about that topic; leading a simple life, reducing your life of clutter, enjoying the simplicity and silence of nature, etc. etc. But, how do we do that?? I’m sure there are hundreds of ways but, for me, I have decided to try three different ways. And, I’d like to share those with you.

Read More »

Change Can Be A Conscious Choice

The last time I sent out a newsletter I talked about decision fatigue. Well, I still have it! Smile. Do you? There have been so many choices to make in so many areas that some days my head literally seems to spin. Not a pretty sight. And, guess what, I created it all! It was my decision to make all of these changes and I’m happy about every one. Nobody is to blame. Darn. So, I keep reminding myself that I consciously chose it and I’m in gratitude for the choice (especially when I want to scream).

Read More »

Decision Fatigue

I read a great article this week about decision fatigue and I thought I would share it with you. See the link below. It certainly struck a chord with me because I’ve had to make so many decisions lately and it has seemed to be getting harder and harder to make those decisions. We’re remodeling our house which requires many details, we’re upgrading many things at LifePath, we’re creating our new Repassionate Retreats, etc., etc.

Read More »

Choose In Favor of Your Passions

I have been so touched by all of the emails that I have received in response to my last newsletter. I feel so loved and supported by each of you and I thank you so much – – from the bottom of my heart! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate YOU.

Read More »

We Were Made For These Times

I was thinking about sending a message this week that I was not feeling well and I wouldn’t be writing anything for the newsletter and then I thought “no”; I’m going to share from my heart about what I am experiencing. The reason for that is that I feel that what has been happening with me and my health is a great lesson for me and it might be for you, as well.

Read More »

Sharing our Bits of Wisdom

Looking back today on the time that I’ve spent in contemplating what I was going to say in my weekly newsletter and then writing it and then reading and responding to those of you who replied — I feel an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for the privilege to connect with you in this way. There are many rewards in this connection of heart, mind and spirit. I’m often showered with wisdom from my readers. I’m often asked for advice which I share with an open heart and I am often challenged to rethink what I have written.

Read More »

Waking Up

I’ve been so aware of all of the discord since the US Presidential election and all of the emotions that have surfaced in myself and others. I’ve searched for words to describe it, I’ve read articles, watched videos, talked to friends and family and done a lot of soul searching. And, what it has brought up for me is to continue to practice what I have learned over the years. It truly is a time to put into action everything that I believe and value and to keep an open mind and heart.

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 »

Reader's Responses to Information Overload

I know, I know. I told everyone that I wouldn’t post the newsletter this week but I just couldn’t stop myself! As you know, last week I talked about information overload and, well, I just have more information to share. Smile.

Read More »

Death and Dying with Deborah Starr, Ph.D.

The article was sent to me by a friend who had been to our home for a very insightful conversation with other friends. The conversation eventually led to the subject of death and dying- a subject that isn’t often talked about but is one in which we “must” engage. Since that time, we’ve made a special date with our friends to continue this conversation and to explore this very important topic in our lives.

Read More »

Information Overload

My husband, Michael, and I had dinner and a riveting conversation with Gail Sheehy this week. Gail is an American author, journalist, and lecturer and is the author of seventeen books, including Passages, named one of the ten most influential books of our times by the Library of Congress. She’s in San Miguel de Allende for the annual Writer’s Conference (https://sanmiguelwritersconference.org/) that happens each year. Last year I got to know Gail well because I had the opportunity to escort her during last years event. It was an incredible experience!

Read More »

Show a Little Love

This coming week is Valentine’s Day Week and a week that is filled with messages of love everywhere we look. Each of these messages is a reminder about love and about loving. This week is a time to “show a little love” and my message is very simple and that is to encourage you to do just that. In spite of all of the chaos in the world or in your life, it’s time and it’s important. And, it doesn’t take a lot of energy, thought, or courage. As they say, “JUST DO IT”.

Read More »

Recognize Yourself in He and She…

This week has been filled with such a mixture of emotions about what is happening in the world. On one hand, we can witness all of the upset and diversity of opinions over the changes resulting from the President’s executive orders on immigration and, on the other hand, we see the resulting expression of creativity through the written word, spoken word, art and media that is spreading throughout the world.

Read More »

February Special for Ayurvedic Treatments starts Today!!!!!

Ayurveda (which stands for ‘life knowledge’ in Sanscrit) or Ayurvedic medicine is a system of traditional medicine & vedic system native to the Indian subcontinent and a form of alternative medicine. By the medieval period, Ayurvedic practitioners developed a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for the treatment of various ailments. Practices that are derived from Ayurvedic medicine are regarded as part of complementary and alternative medicine and along with Siddha Medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine, forms the basis for systems medicine. It is internationally recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and others.

Read More »

A Reminder from a Dear Friend….

This last week I received an email from one of my dearest long-term friends, Sharon Scandrett Hibdon. I met her in Memphis, Tennessee years ago (actually it was in the early 1980’s) and we quickly connected due to our common interest in consciousness and healing work. Our connection continued over the years and, as a result, we created holistic health centers and programs for healing in Memphis and Dallas. We always knew and trusted our collective awareness that evolution of consciousness for ourselves and others was “the only game in town”. Then, she moved to Iowa and continued her work and I moved to Mexico and continued mine. Parallel lives of healing. This last week I received the following email.

Read More »

This Is What I Shall Do…

This week has been an intense week of heightened emotions due to the inauguration of an unpopular US President, many peaceful and not so peaceful protests and marches, flurries of news stories filled with anger, hope, sadness, excitement, etc. etc. It all felt a bit surreal, especially from a hotel room in Mexico City where my husband and I had escaped from our home construction for a few days.

Read More »

Is Simplicity Possible?

I’ve been thinking and reading a lot, lately, about simplicity. So much has been written about that topic; leading a simple life, reducing your life of clutter, enjoying the simplicity and silence of nature, etc. etc. But, how do we do that?? I’m sure there are hundreds of ways but, for me, I have decided to try three different ways. And, I’d like to share those with you.

Read More »

Change Can Be A Conscious Choice

The last time I sent out a newsletter I talked about decision fatigue. Well, I still have it! Smile. Do you? There have been so many choices to make in so many areas that some days my head literally seems to spin. Not a pretty sight. And, guess what, I created it all! It was my decision to make all of these changes and I’m happy about every one. Nobody is to blame. Darn. So, I keep reminding myself that I consciously chose it and I’m in gratitude for the choice (especially when I want to scream).

Read More »

Decision Fatigue

I read a great article this week about decision fatigue and I thought I would share it with you. See the link below. It certainly struck a chord with me because I’ve had to make so many decisions lately and it has seemed to be getting harder and harder to make those decisions. We’re remodeling our house which requires many details, we’re upgrading many things at LifePath, we’re creating our new Repassionate Retreats, etc., etc.

Read More »

Choose In Favor of Your Passions

I have been so touched by all of the emails that I have received in response to my last newsletter. I feel so loved and supported by each of you and I thank you so much – – from the bottom of my heart! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate YOU.

Read More »

We Were Made For These Times

I was thinking about sending a message this week that I was not feeling well and I wouldn’t be writing anything for the newsletter and then I thought “no”; I’m going to share from my heart about what I am experiencing. The reason for that is that I feel that what has been happening with me and my health is a great lesson for me and it might be for you, as well.

Read More »

Sharing our Bits of Wisdom

Looking back today on the time that I’ve spent in contemplating what I was going to say in my weekly newsletter and then writing it and then reading and responding to those of you who replied — I feel an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for the privilege to connect with you in this way. There are many rewards in this connection of heart, mind and spirit. I’m often showered with wisdom from my readers. I’m often asked for advice which I share with an open heart and I am often challenged to rethink what I have written.

Read More »

Waking Up

I’ve been so aware of all of the discord since the US Presidential election and all of the emotions that have surfaced in myself and others. I’ve searched for words to describe it, I’ve read articles, watched videos, talked to friends and family and done a lot of soul searching. And, what it has brought up for me is to continue to practice what I have learned over the years. It truly is a time to put into action everything that I believe and value and to keep an open mind and heart.

Read More »

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