Tag Archives: Ego

First Love

Your first love is – you.  So many of us skipped this step as we grew from children to adults.  If we were lucky, our parents loved us and we felt their love.  If we were not lucky, we didn’t … Continue reading

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Your Inner Team

It’s been several weeks since I’ve been on-line and posting to my blog. It feels like a lifetime ago. I have been building a new home these past several months – moved in mid-December – and, am just now feeling … Continue reading

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Being Love

“You are loved just for being who you are, just for existing.  You don’t have to do anything to earn it.” – Ram Dass Here in the West we mostly view love as emotional love.  Emotional love is a verb:  … Continue reading

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Is Peace Possible?

It seems some countries inhabiting our planet are hell bent on conflict.  Actually it’s not “countries”, its individual people within those countries who have risen to some level of power and are hell bent on increasing their personal power in … Continue reading

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Looking For Love

How many people do you know who look for love in a doctor’s office or in a prescription bottle?  They probably got the message when they were a small child that you get a lot of attention and love when … Continue reading

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Let Go

The Buddhists tell us pain can be a part of life and suffering is optional.  The psychologists tell us many major life changes can be painful and grieving is a healthy way to navigate the pain.  Physical death of a … Continue reading

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The Silent Watcher

The Silent Watcher “Be present as the watcher of your mind – of your thoughts and emotions as well as your reactions in various situations.  Be at least as interested in your reactions as in the situation or person that … Continue reading

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