The other day, Jack and I were having a conversation (well really, I was talking and he was listening) about the family that I grew up in. I started to say something like, "You know how hard it has been for me, not ever really feeling accepted..." I stopped myself mid-sentence and said out loud,… Continue reading Time for new conversations
I emailed someone yesterday and as soon as I hit "send" I realized that I had addressed them by the wrong name. I felt a flood of negative emotion and caught myself thinking, "She is going to think that you don't care about her, that her email was unimportant, that you are a care-less person."… Continue reading Go around it, over it, or move it out of the way, but no conditions are permanent if we change our thoughts!
Many years ago, I did some temp work in a college bookstore. Everyday, the man who was head of security came in to buy a newspaper. He was one of the least friendly people I had ever met. The woman I was working with, told me that for all of the years she had worked there,… Continue reading A fun little experiment
I woke up at 1 a.m. feeling somewhat tense, and decided to read a little from a book by Neville Goddard, that I have at my bedside. I opened to a random page and read, "What you are inwardly saying and doing is far more important than what you outwardly know or express. ...most of… Continue reading Getting REAL
Seven years ago, I made a vision board. I cut out scenes from magazines that I liked, and glued them to a piece of poster board to look at everyday. At that point in my life, I had really wanted to move to a new home. We were living in the house that Jack owned… Continue reading Imagine that part 2