Another week has passed. It now belongs to the past. (And this is not a grammar lesson!)
“Isn’t the past kind? It’s always over” said Byron Katie, author, speaker and best known for her self-enquiry process called The Work.
Would you agree?
Or do you feel that your personal lot in life sits […]
This morning I sat down to write my morning pages, a practice that I picked up many years ago from Julia Cameron’s book The Artist’s Way. If you have never read this book I highly recommend it, no matter whether your aspirations are that of an artist, builder, tooth fairy or just someone […]
This month I am beginning this chat with two real life incidents which will serve to illustrate the crux of this post.
So here goes.
About six months ago, I went to the pharmacy to pick up the second repeat of two medicines that I had been prescribed. During the developments of […]
A friend falls out with you. Your attempts to contact her, let alone continue engaging in what was once a warm and open exchange of friendship, are met with stony silence.
If the needle on your internal mood barometer is pointing towards gloomy, just move it to the bright forecast and feel how those dark clouds of despondency begin to lift.
Unless you are a master of control who denies your face the liberty of expressing your moods, your facial muscles are usually the first to […]