mindfulness

Mindful Grieving

Mindful Grieving

Saying goodbye is never easy, particularly to a mother.

Recently, our family said goodbye to an incredibly brave and strong woman following a second battle with cancer. Her loss reminded me of the death of my mother when I was 30, much too young to live the rest of my life without her.

Soulful Self-Care: Practicing the Gentle Art of Receiving

Soulful Self-Care: Practicing the Gentle Art of Receiving

 

 

I am learning the delicate art of receiving and it is has been a journey of pushing and pulling and fighting myself. which as I write this seems absurd. The real absurdity is the programming in the world today that we can do it all. Living as though this were possible has lead to a huge energy drain in my life and I suspect in many lives.  It is the unmindful art of busy-ness where finding time and quiet has to be scheduled.

 

Remembering September 11th

Remembering September 11th

I awoke early Friday morning to travel to Manhattan to present at the VOICES of September 11th Resiliency Conference. Mary and Frank Fetchet created VOICES of September 11th,  in the aftermath of the death of their son in the World Trade Center.

Essential Trauma Support

Essential Trauma Support

I am a life-long seeker of anything related to inner and outer health and wellness and have learned many things from lots of different locations.  This took time, effort and money to accomplish. I learned this way because I was unable to find a centralized location to access the information I was seeking.