Often, it appears that life is running us. It feels like our circumstances are beyond our control.
This may, in fact, be true to some extent, but you don’t have to become the Victim. You don’t have to eliminate any circumstances of your life in order to feel better about them--but you must change your relationship and your mental dynamic toward them.
There are so many kinds of losses to grieve--not just the obvious in loss of a person. Sometimes, we grieve our perceived lost health.
I received a beautiful message from a woman suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome that inspired this blog post. I’m not a doctor, but dealing with disease points me in the direction of Louise Hay and her work in the Emotional body. Her work shows that emotions literally shows up in physical symptoms. I love her book You Can Heal Your Life. I’ve always had a copy lying around the house as a “go to.”
It’s the beginning of yet another new year, and every time the calendar flips, we have immense opportunity to reflect on the year behind and set hope and intention for the year to come.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about putting this last year to bed by thinking about where you are now, contemplating the joys and the obstacles of 2015, and acknowledging what you’d like to embrace the newness of 2016.
I recently spoke with a medium, (a psychic to the spirit world) and Richard came through. He was right there—accessible—by my side. I often feel him in subtle moments… crossing the street, or walking the foot path at our coastal home in Sea Ranch, California, or sitting with me in bed as I write.