Questions Provide Space For Dreams To Take Flight

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Powerful Questions helped me in my struggles

Laura: Just wanted you to know that your “Powerful Questions” E-Book, has helped me in my struggles to feel better about me and my life.

I keep a copy of it on the arm of my mediation chair. Every morning I allow the book to fall open to the Question that I most need to reflect on that day. If it is the same one as yesterday, that’s ok. I figure that means that I have some more work to do in that arena.

Do you Cling to the Familiar?

Having spent my early years on an island off the coast of Newfoundland, I remember well the ferocity of the Atlantic Ocean beating against the rocky cliffs along the shoreline. Often birds flew into and nestled on the barren ledges, hanging on, with their bodies shivering. Some of the birds nestled in places where they would continue to be battered at the mercy of nature’s fury. There might have been a ‘soft place to fall’ just beyond those ledges; however  they like us, stayed, struggled and shivered in scarcity because it was familiar.

The Wisdom of the Question!

Do you willfully turn away from the asking?

Are you in a “rut,” ignoring the inner pull towards truth and change, while clinging to an illusion of safety and security. All the while; you know  that you  are in a grave act of denial and the  charge connected to this distress will have consequences. We cannot gain freedom by denying or wishing.

How Long has it Been?

“How long has it been since I slept a whole night in a twin bed with a stranger?” (Joan Baez)

How long has it been since you allowed yourself to feel a wildness, a full heart experience whereby you lost yourself totally in the moment?

How long has it been since you set aside customary rules, thinking and shoulds to do something that has been burning inside?

For Women Only

How to get More of what You Really want in Intimate Relationships:

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I have had a front row seat, to observe the many ways women sabotage themselves when it comes to having more of what they want/need in intimate relationships.

A New Beginning

And now let us welcome the New Year full of things that have never been - Rainer Marie Rilke

The New Year is- an opportunity to journey within, and write a new chapter in your life.  It is time to stop if for just a few moments, start a journal and write down your reflections, hopes, as well as your dreams.  Explore how you have honored them in your life so far and especially the part you want them to play in the coming year,  Reflect on your yearnings, as well as your longings that get tucked away (until there is time).  As you journal ask yourself some of the following questions.

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