Leaving Safe For The Unknown

Leaving Safe For The Unknown

There’s a place where you sit that feels very good. It’s comfortable, safe and you feel secure when you’re there. You can do what you like when you’re sitting in that chair and no matter what someone says, it’s easy to stay comfortably enthroned on it. It’s your ‘comfy chair’ and it secures your place in the world.

I’ve got my favourite chairs and sitting spots in our home. There’s the chair in the room where I teach that I sit in every morning to meditate. There’s another in the living room - my hubby in his chair on one side of a table and me on the other. Just like the lovely couple in the movie Up. It’s nice and it feels good.

But metaphorically speaking, sitting in that ‘comfy chair’ in your life - that’s not so good.

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3 Reasons to Embrace Spontaneity. Can You Do It?

3 Reasons to Embrace Spontaneity. Can You Do It?

So.....do you Do Spontaneous?

Can you be spontaneous or does it drive you crazy?

Are you happier when life is planned and scheduled?

I know and appreciate that scheduling can make life easier, but would you consider this possibility? That it may also cause us to miss some of the serendipitous moments that life is trying to hand us? 

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Hidden in the Heart

Hidden in the Heart

So......what hidden talents do you have lying dormant? Why haven't they been discovered yet? I can't say that I have the answer but in watching my husbands creative talents emerge over the last few years it has made me stop and think. As I marvel when he embarks on a new art form and ask "Did you know that you could do that?," his response is always an equally astonished "No!" 

I think we can become so conditioned as to what we can and can't do that we often have a pre-conceived notion as to what may be possible. I was introduced to the concept of 'domestication' when reading Ram Dass for my meditation teacher training.

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