Tag: #lifeisagift

You’ve Changed

When someone makes a comment to that effect, I am thankful! Let me clarify that I make an ongoing effort to assure that I do change! WE are supposed to change, to evolve, to always better ourselves.

I don’t want to be the same person I was last year, last month even last week. I must continue to expand my mind and soul. Even if it displeases others.

I am fully into my “project” of refining who I am, my purpose and my place. When I started this blog/website (just a few days away from 5 years ago) I never thought it would lead to this. I simply wanted to let others see my journey into a space of healing. Over the years my blog has shifted and changed into what it is today.

This journey has brought me to a place where I am able to help others heal and refine themselves as well. This is my path! I have been busy with classes, workshops, reading, researching and putting into practice all of these things. I can not sit and wait for life to happen, day after day.

I am on an endless path to seek and receive knowledge and wisdom – without it, I would be stuck. My energy would be stagnant and that would be a waste!

Do not ever allow anyone and definitely do not yourself to put a limit on yourself. Don’t allow yourself to hit a plateau without continuing to the next level. Never stop learning, exploring and healing yourself.

The change within you will displease some but it will greatly impact most! So my friends, take it as a complement when others say to “You’ve changed” you may even want to say thank you.

 

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Breathe and Enjoy

Day 13 & 14 of “Mindful March”
from https://www.actionforhappiness.org/

I’m catching up today from yesterday’s #MindfulMarch and combining it with today’s – because some days are like that.

Day 13 – Stop Breathe and just notice. Repeat regularly throughout the day.

Day 14 – Enjoy doing chores or task more mindfully today.

As I write this post, I am on my second batch of laundry, cleaned the bathrooms and cleaned up the kitchen after breakfast. I have to say, I am thankful for all of it.

The laundry, the dirty potty’s and showers, the dishes, cleaning the stove top. I am so blessed. Blessed to have food to cook and yes all of my humans to take care of.

In between the cleaning and cooking, I was still able to take some time light my sage, breathe deeply and enjoy it. Find beauty in the moment, not matter what it consists of.

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