In 2008 and 2012, I did not understand how you could be so sad and discouraged when I was in such a celebratory mood. I believed with all my heart that Barack Obama was the beginning of a major paradigm shift for us and our country. I still do by the way, think we are going through a major shift; however I do not understand yet how the new messenger fits into what is ahead, and hopefully in spite of the vitriolic campaigning rhetoric that he will do right by our country.
Laura B.'s blog
We all have an inner and an outer story, whether you are aware of it or not., It’s a powerful influence on the way we live our lives: whether it is mostly full and passionate or leaves us feeling that something important id missing. The story is generally formed around a cluster of core beliefs, passed down to us when we are very young by members of "our tribe", i.e.
When was the last time you spoke to your body with love, gratitude, and awe for all that it does for you every moment of your life?
Believing is all a child does for a living. Kurtis Lamkin. Too young to reason, we absorb whatever we encounter, as if it were the truth. Later we find that second hand beliefs of others are running our show and some of them limit us, including beliefs about our body.
How do you create a new dance floor on which to move and love your body for the rest of your life?
Stop and Reflect:
Society surrounds us with pressures to become successful, and we are conditioned to expect results to come at lightning speed. Seduced by the promise of the quick fix, or a pill that guarantees easy weight loss, we act as though we can painlessly change destructive habits, or become
Do You Willfully Look Away Because You are Afraid to Ask The Right Questions?
These thought provoking questions will reveal how you may sabotage yourself in life