Comforting Thoughts and Ideas on What to Do Next

Posted On Nov 9 2016 by

This came to me this morning the morning after Trump’s victory.  I found it comforting and it helped me to reboot. Wayne Muller wrote it and he has been one of the inspiring voices in my heart for years. A Time for Planting (Written before learning the final results of the U.S. Presidential Election.) For everything there is a season, And a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; A time to plant, and a time to pluck up what has been planted; A time to kill, and a time to …

The Kindness of Wayne Muller

Posted On Aug 30 2012 by

As you may have read, I like Wayne Muller. One of my beloved clients found this podcast.  I think you’ll like this from Wayne Muller. => Podcast Enjoy these videos – they’re wonderful and short.  I recommend regular viewing to reboot your soul.   On Enough On the 23rd Psalm On Being A Care Giver On Becoming Spacious On the Sabbath – Probably not what you think. Walk in beauty, William

Pilgrimage: a Calling to Your Heart and Your Soul

Posted On Mar 19 2012 by

How, then, can we recalibrate the speed of our lives in such a way that it honors, mirrors, and is readily informed by, the speed of the human heart?  If we don’t, how can we possibly imagine ever getting “caught up” to anything sacred, deeply authentic, loving, healing, or sufficient?  How will we feel we are ever getting closer to catching up with some quiet contentment, sustained in the gentle pace of the heart, of living at the speed of enough?  Wayne Muller from A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough   Feeling out of touch with my soul, hungry …

How to Thrive and Be Enough

Posted On Feb 19 2012 by

When I start to give the same recommendations to numerous clients, I realize I need to send you the information, too.  These goodies will help you to live a life you love wholeheartedly — body and soul.  Really, they’re golden.  You’ll love Thrive: Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way by Dan Buettner, a bestselling author for the National Geographic.  He distills years of research on happiness into something you can consume easily.    He reveals the secrets to happiness by looking at happy people from all over the world.  We’re drilling down into the essence of what makes humans happy.  And …