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Today is a Special Day

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the United States where it’s always the second Sunday in May. I tried to explain that to my Mexican neighbors and they couldn’t understand why Mother’s Day wasn’t always on the same day every year like it is in Mexico. That conversation made me think about special days – we have so many. There is Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Children’s Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, Day of the Dead, Memorial Day, Easter Day, Birthday, etc. etc. As I thought about it, I became curious to know what today, May the 13th, is because it doesn’t seem particularly special. Or, is it?

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Healing Is Possible

I have had such a mixture of emotions since the election this week and have found myself wanting to retreat and be in silence. In fact, I still feel a bit raw as I’m writing these words today. Yet, I feel that it is important that we all share what we’re feeling – grief, anger, fear, confusion, anxiety, hope. I have felt all of these emotions, and I’m sure there will be more to come. I also feel challenged to speak with an even stronger voice and conviction that healing on an individual and collective level IS possible.

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Sacrifice for Peace

On September 21st, we will celebrate the International Day of Peace in San Miguel de Allende from 1PM to 5PM at Parque Juarez. You can find more information about this on Facebook at Camino de la Paz. It is truly a wonderful day of celebration for World Peace and is celebrated around the world. However, I’ve found that it takes sacrifice to make it real in our day to day lives.

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Our Very Best Wishes for 2016

This week I have no suggestions for you. Instead, I want to thank you on behalf of all of us at LifePath Center (practitioners, teachers, staff, and management) for making us a part of your life during 2015.

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Open Your Heart

I’m sure you are aware of the current refugee crisis in Europe. I won’t go into much detail here, but I will say that the news and images that have appeared on international media are devastating and heartbreaking. At this point the situation is so urgent that even countries in the American continent (the U.S. and Mexico, just to name a couple of them) are being called upon so that they may assist Europe in an effort to control this situation and welcome millions of Syrian refugees, offering them an opportunity to start anew.

Read More »

The Three Mothers

Once, an elderly lady was illumining her grandchildren by telling them stories. The grandchildren wanted to hear stories from their grandmother, so she decided to tell them a beautiful story. She said, “We human beings use the term ‘mother’ to refer to the one from whom we came into existence. We also call a cow ‘mother’ because it is associated with the cosmic gods. Again, we speak about ‘Mother Earth.’ So there are three mothers. These three mothers help us at each step of life.

Read More »

Today is a Special Day

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the United States where it’s always the second Sunday in May. I tried to explain that to my Mexican neighbors and they couldn’t understand why Mother’s Day wasn’t always on the same day every year like it is in Mexico. That conversation made me think about special days – we have so many. There is Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Children’s Day, Christmas Day, Thanksgiving Day, Independence Day, Day of the Dead, Memorial Day, Easter Day, Birthday, etc. etc. As I thought about it, I became curious to know what today, May the 13th, is because it doesn’t seem particularly special. Or, is 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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Healing Is Possible

I have had such a mixture of emotions since the election this week and have found myself wanting to retreat and be in silence. In fact, I still feel a bit raw as I’m writing these words today. Yet, I feel that it is important that we all share what we’re feeling – grief, anger, fear, confusion, anxiety, hope. I have felt all of these emotions, and I’m sure there will be more to come. I also feel challenged to speak with an even stronger voice and conviction that healing on an individual and collective level IS possible.

Read More »

Sacrifice for Peace

On September 21st, we will celebrate the International Day of Peace in San Miguel de Allende from 1PM to 5PM at Parque Juarez. You can find more information about this on Facebook at Camino de la Paz. It is truly a wonderful day of celebration for World Peace and is celebrated around the world. However, I’ve found that it takes sacrifice to make it real in our day to day lives.

Read More »

Our Very Best Wishes for 2016

This week I have no suggestions for you. Instead, I want to thank you on behalf of all of us at LifePath Center (practitioners, teachers, staff, and management) for making us a part of your life during 2015.

Read More »

Open Your Heart

I’m sure you are aware of the current refugee crisis in Europe. I won’t go into much detail here, but I will say that the news and images that have appeared on international media are devastating and heartbreaking. At this point the situation is so urgent that even countries in the American continent (the U.S. and Mexico, just to name a couple of them) are being called upon so that they may assist Europe in an effort to control this situation and welcome millions of Syrian refugees, offering them an opportunity to start anew.

Read More »

The Three Mothers

Once, an elderly lady was illumining her grandchildren by telling them stories. The grandchildren wanted to hear stories from their grandmother, so she decided to tell them a beautiful story. She said, “We human beings use the term ‘mother’ to refer to the one from whom we came into existence. We also call a cow ‘mother’ because it is associated with the cosmic gods. Again, we speak about ‘Mother Earth.’ So there are three mothers. These three mothers help us at each step of life.

Read More »

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