Today’s blog comes to us via Jay P. Raeder, a regular reader and contributor to this blog. Jay has discovered and honed a daily meditation practice which has helped him to cultivate inner peace and one which he is able to turn to when confronted with normal, day-to-day stress. Thank you Jay for sharing this … Read more“Peace, Be Still” meditation practice
For many adults, midlife, perimenopause and menopause put everything into question. We question our vocations, our place in the world, our relationships, our family of origin, our past, our present and our future. It is also during midlife that many question their beliefs – who or what do we believe in and why? Today, I … Read moreMidlife and Another Existential Crisis
Well, the government shutdown has come to an end and the debt ceiling temporarily released. Do not, however, let this band-aid approach to the issues fool you. We are not out of hot water folks! We are still plagued with the issues of a bi-partisan government, mostly controlled by special interest groups who have their … Read moreGovernment Shutdown? It’s not over ’til it is over…and the end is up to us!
In yesterday’s blog, I wrote about the courage necessary to fully embrace the birth of our Soul – the uniquely creative way in which we have been gifted to find meaning, purpose, connection and fulfillment in our lives and through which we contribute to the betterment of the world. Midlife and Menopause often usher in … Read moreChoosing Not To Choose