Posts Tagged circles

Circles

Jul 15th, 2016 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

 

Markers along your trail of life

Markers along your trail of life

Everything in life seems to be a circle back to a time in life filled with good and not so good memories; needing both good and bad to complete the circle.

 

 

 

 

 

You start out innocent, ready to be challenged in life.

Your life moves on to different aspects of living including work, family and loves in life.
And you wonder after life passes along, “What did I miss?”
Well, you did not miss anything because it will come up again with a strong feeling that points you in the right direction.

Lessons to Learn

Jun 8th, 2015 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »

All grown up but unable to learn that you have to be patient with life’s events. You do not have as much control as you think, and have to accept things that you do not want to.

Find a place to just be for a moment.

Find a place to just be for a moment.

 

You rise above yourself looking down at what is going on and you cannot see right in front of you. Spending the time to rise up, have confidence in yourself and grow still has not helped you to be stronger but it has put some hope back into your life.

In the beginning of love

Mar 22nd, 2015 Posted in A Spiritual Path, Loving Relationships | 2 comments »

Jack and Diana started out their lives in a romantic bliss; doing for each other in every way as do most newlyweds.

Beginnings are good times in life because they give you a sense of newness that lasts for quite some time. Most people can stay in a romantic way for many years but some of us have to renew before things become too rote, stagnant or boring.  You will see this in many ways as you move through a long relationship.

 

Aging Circles: Coming back to moments in time

Jun 11th, 2014 Posted in Healing Ways | no comment »

As you age, you begin to have those moments when everything seems to come back to the beginning

Like a steady drum beat, your life passes by; the good and the bad

Like a steady drum beat, your life passes by; the good and the bad

My first clear moment was with a boy named Santo in first grade.

I believe he liked me because he gave me a plastic glass eyeball that was a key chain.

I kept that eye for years and every single time I picked it up I thought of Santo. I was only 6 years old when I reminisce on this memory but it is a strong and colorful one.