A Mindful Center

Have you found your mindful center? I ask because this is a question I often ask myself. I believe that  we are all energy and that at some point we link to the same source. I meditate every day and list the things that make me grateful to be a part of that energy. I…

Mindful Prayer

There are days when my heart feels more fervently than other days. I look around me and understand how blessed I am. But then I watch the misery of so many people in different parts of the world and feel a need to go into mindful prayer. Mindful prayers to me are almost like meditating….

What is it that really matters?

I can certainly tell you that today really matters. The present really matters. The moments spent watching my granddaughter play with her dolls and how she imitates her mother’s gentleness. Today matters because it is a special birthday we will celebrate with joy. When I catch myself preoccupied with things past I find myself feeling…

Branding Thoughts

These days it seems that what we hear and what we see might not be congruent. We hear about violent acts perpetrated on innocent people. I cringe when I hear about the attacks on senior citizens. It disgusts me when I hear about violent acts motivated by bigotry or hate. Then we see people ignoring…

The Aftermath

It is now time to be more mindful than ever. We all need to find a place of stillness and quiet and begin to reflect on how to heal our society. Have we learned any new lessons lately? Do we need to make up our mindful minds to be better and to open up to…

Have A Mindful Day!

Pick a time that you can be calm and still. Arrange to be alone in a quiet space around the house or perhaps outdoors. I find my deck to be very peaceful. I have always been an early riser so my time is usually 6 am. I start my day by reading something inspirational. Or…

My Favorite Day is Today

“What day is it?” asked Pooh. “It’s today,” squeaked Piglet. “My favourite day,” said Pooh.  

Quote: From A Course In Miracles

Listen in deep silence. Be very still, and open your mind . . . Sink deep into the peace that waits for you beyond the frantic, riotous thoughts and sounds and sights of this insane world.”   

Eating Mindfully

Lately, I have been paying more attention to what I eat and reading labels like never before. As one gets older, sugar, salt and fats, can begin to cause gastric distress. My mother would always emphasize the importance of eating slowly, chewing your food completely and focusing on enjoying your meal.  She hated fast foods…