What are you dreaming up for 2017? Yes, it *is* just around the corner... Join us for a morning of visioning and SoulCollageTM
Saturday, November 19, 2016 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Maple Ridge B.C. The morning will begin with a short facilitated session to dream up what you want to create for yourself in 2017. This is where you will identify your personal theme and guideword(s) for the upcoming
For years friends and colleagues told me I should do a 'program' for conscious businesses. I mean, for years. Long before every second person was a coach, or guru, or master, people in my life tried to call forth a certain kind of leadership in me. Don't get me wrong, I got it - what they were driving at - and in my brain it made perfect sense, but in my heart -- hmmm -- I just wasn't sure.
“Nothing is easier than saying words. Nothing is harder than living them day after day.”– Arthur Gordon
Guest post by Kathy Irwin.
Put your hand up with me if you’ve ever made a commitment to yourself to start exercising regularly or amend your diet in some way, only to find yourself
At the heart of the 'everyday happiness' conversation is the notion that being present to our ordinary activities and daily tasks is the pathway to deep joy and a profound contentment.
Very often, we look outside ourselves, or to some future way-station, where, upon arrival we will have our
The following is an updated version of a piece of writing I did following the tragedy of 9/11. Ongoing and recent world events have prompted me to resurrect it and add my current reflections. I offer it as a call to consciously awaken to our role in healing our wounded world.
“A playful path is the shortest road to happiness.” -The Oaqui
I stole that quote from the website Deep Fun. Deep Fun is the online home of Bernie DeKoven. Who is Bernie?
From his site: Bernie DeKoven is a leading fun theorist who has shown over the course of his 45
Yes, it’s a thing - the Joy-Ass. At least it’s a thing as far as I am concerned, and I have a hunch you might know what I am talking about.
Your joy-ass. It's that thing you sit on when you are squishing down your joy. It’s where you plant yourself when you tamp down excitement,