Tag: Living with Intention

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS? There’s a Better Way!

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS? There’s a Better Way!

For the past 16 years, I’ve had a New Year’s ritual that gives me great satisfaction. Instead of thinking about making New Year resolutions, I review the events of the past year, assessing what I’ve liked and accomplished along with where the flow of my life wants to go next. It’s a process that helps me […]

Noticing the TRUE GIFTS of the holidays

Noticing the TRUE GIFTS of the holidays

It can feel like running a gauntlet to get through the obligations of the holidays. It requires a determined decision to avoid the rampant commercialism and constant commotion to create something more meaningful. Each year we realigned our priorities to make it more poignant. Now that we are in the quiet days between Christmas and […]

THE IMPORTANCE OF MAKING and HONORING CONNECTIONS

THE IMPORTANCE OF MAKING and HONORING CONNECTIONS

We had a series of wonderful experiences during a recent trip to NYC. We went there to hear a friend play music, that’s a story itself. But, what we ended up experiencing exceeded any expectations. We were simply paying attention to honoring the connections we’ve made with friends over the years and lovely synchronicities kept […]

2016 END OF YEAR REVIEW – What’s More Important Than Meeting Goals?

I conducted a workshop last week to help people review what they manifested over the year. My intention was to facilitate a deeper understanding of the complexities that are involved in creating and manifesting any goal. In our culture, we tend to focus on the final product, without acknowledging or reinforcing the essential early steps. […]

WHY WE GIVE THANKS

WHY WE GIVE THANKS

This week most of us will take time to engage in a Thanksgiving ritual. We travel, gather family and friends, cook and eat to excess, all with limited attention to why. Even worse, it’s often followed by frenzied Black Friday holiday shopping. Wouldn’t you like to understand and embrace more heart felt meaning in this […]

CONJURING JOY!

CONJURING JOY!

It was a big weekend here, being one of the top 10 destinations for Halloween events in the country. That’s because we have one of the largest Thriller dance parades with six Michael Jacksons and over 1,000 zombies, dressed in outrageous costumes, dancing down Main Street. It involves people of all ages, including me this […]