Organize This word means so much to me in so many different ways. Organize, like planned, concerted effort toward a goal, like organizing a protest Organize, like clean your room, drawers, closets, kitchen, to prepare for needing things later Organize, like get your damn self in order I want to talk about that last one.… Continue reading Organize (Blueprint for Mastery)
Glaring. I’m glaring at you for your glaring mistakes. The glare in your eyes was hardly an excuse, isn’t that glaringly obvious?! Ah, judgment. We all judge. Ourselves especially. *sigh* Victim. Judge. Have I mentioned the mitote yet? Oh, right -- I did here. Long short, “mitote” roughly translates to voices, like those in a… Continue reading Glaring (Judgment)
I had a fascinating experience over the last two weeks. After speaking with my coach, I set a goal of writing every day for the two weeks between our calls. We agreed I would give it a shot and then we’d debrief. I’ll give you two guesses how much I wrote over the last two… Continue reading Am I Setting Goals Correctly?
Well, there's no wrong way to meditate. By extension, in my estimation, there is no right way to meditate, only what is most effective for you based on what you intend. For example, I was speaking with my mom one day over the phone and she said, “I meditate every morning, but it just isn’t… Continue reading Is There a “Right Way” to Meditate?
One day a few years back, I was suggesting to my partner that I could do more of what I love if I worked less. I was convinced that if I just had more hours in the day, I would spend it all writing and creating and loving life. It was something that sounded perfectly… Continue reading What would be different? (Change is incremental)
So, I have this technique for when I am upset about something. I ask my Ego* to shift from my head to my heart, and then from my heart to my gut. I actually FEEL it shift, and feel amazing relief. I'd like to teach you this technique, but here is the catch: I identify… Continue reading Shifting the Ego