What you see is not who you are

https://youtu.be/xPAat-T1uhE The above clip, which happens to come from one of my favorite actors in one of my most favorite movies, is one that is near and dear to me. I can tell you honestly that I am not surprised by the depth of his epiphany or the sincerity in which he professes its effect on his … Continue reading What you see is not who you are

Counting On Spam

Got borders and boundaries? As hard as I've worked to instill these necessary behavioral guardrails, every so often I will be made aware that my practice of  "waiting in the cupboard" has resurfaced. If this is one of your challenges as well, simply picture the blue can and remember: you’re NOBODY’S spam. Sometimes we just … Continue reading Counting On Spam

Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams

As hubby and I celebrate our 31st wedding anniversary, I ask that you visualize the following: a massive cathedral, a radiantly coiffed, designer-gowned bride and elegantly tuxedo-ed groom, a ballroom reception with a champagne flowing fountain and a diamond studded wedding cake. 😉 Now, back to REALITY- Let me tell you about our big day. … Continue reading Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams

A Magic Space: part 1

What if I told you that there was a space you could visit that would accelerate your weight loss journey? And what if, by merely choosing to sit in this space whenever it availed itself to you, you were not only assisted in your weight loss efforts, but additionally, were led to discontinue habits and … Continue reading A Magic Space: part 1

Comparing is a waste of energy

If you're struggling with the concept of: "I HAVE EVERYTHING I NEED" it may be due to our human tendency to compare what we have in relation to what this, that, or the next person has. We take a look, get out our internal measuring tape or scale and start "working the numbers". We unconsciously … Continue reading Comparing is a waste of energy

Connecting with your beast

As a lover of spiritual symbolism, it's no surprise that the movie Avatar is one of my favorites. Perhaps that's also because the movie is described as an "action adventure journey of self discovery" which happens to be an attitude about our lives in general that I aspire to encourage. And while we're expected to exist day-to-day in "reality" … Continue reading Connecting with your beast