Free is Good

I should take it as a sign that everything is in my favor when the first item rung up at the store is free. “Free,” said the cashier as she checked the clearance sticker on the cat toy I had impulsively picked up for Buddha, my 15-pound furbaby. “What? No, …

Meditate More, Hurry Less

“Meditate every day for 20 minutes. If you do not have time, meditate for one hour.” ~Zen expression This recommendation confounded me from the beginning. I couldn’t even find 20 minutes to meditate! How could I possibly find an hour??? It seemed so counterintuitive. Perhaps that was what made it …

When All Else Fails

I spent a week with the wonder-full folks at Coach For Life last week. Renewed would be my word for how I felt, or maybe Gratitude, or simply YUMMY! I’ve been struggling with finding my niche, branding myself, marketing, and everything else that a business plan would include. Apparently, my …

Unwashed Feet and Revised Priorities

I recently went twelve days without washing my feet. No, I wasn’t going for some kind of hygiene record. I had surgery to remove bunions from both feet, and a surgical hemorrhoidectomy the day before that. Again, I wasn’t attempting any records. Life simply helps me to revise my priorities in the …

Benefits of Location Independence

Location independence means that meetings are not held in person. Meetings may take place via telephone, webinar, Skype, or any other practical method that doesn’t involve people being in the same physical location. The benefits to me as a Life Coach, Hypnotist, Meditation Leader, Inspired Learning Facilitator, etc. are obvious: I don’t …

The Ego is a Redneck from Missouri

Some people say the ego is the mind. I say the ego is a redneck from Missouri. Perhaps they are one and the same. I mean, think about it. What do we know about rednecks? They tote guns… because they are sworn to protect themselves and anybody else who might …