What we see is what we are. I was thinking today of anger, and people’s reactions to anger. Just like when someone says, “He who smelled it, dealt it,” the same can go for someone who sees a certain emotion … Continue reading
Our feelings toward others are not based in circumstance.
Rather, they reflect our feelings toward our own selves.
Our perception of our world is what it reflects back to us.
If you feel anger or shame, look inside, and
approach your Self with Love and Compassion.
We can only heal from the inside out. ~Amy Baker
The days are going by faster than they used to, and I feel like I get less done. I find myself spending too much time and energy wanting what was, too much time and energy wanting, period. My gratitude has … Continue reading
Curious how I can be in bliss all day, and in an instant, I am yanked down into hell by my daughter’s hatred for me. Truly blissful, lazy, heart nourishing day…and it took one second to flip my switch. She … Continue reading
My whole body aches…. Have you ever screamed so long and hard that you lost your voice? That you felt a pain in your chest, like a pulling in your sternum? I have, quite recently actually….like an hour ago. I … Continue reading
I commented on a Blog Post recently talking about alternative relationships, but what struck me was the discussion around the dynamics of a circle. Specifically, the writer discussed the power of the circle in relationships. Following is my response: I … Continue reading
Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which it is poured. Mark Twain* Therapy has a way of bringing up stuff you didn’t know you had … Continue reading