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Waves of emotions in opposite ways

Mar 6th, 2015 Posted in A Spiritual Path | 2 comments »

Life is like a wave coming to shore and then returning to the deepness of the sea. It can stir things up in your life, or slow things down when you sit on the sand just gazing at waves.

When the lake is calm it is like a miracle before you; the softness and stillness engulf your being telling you that things can be just the exact opposite of what they are right now.

At any given moment the waves kick up causing you to move from the closeness of the shoreline where you had your feet digging softly into the sand.

Calmness, Harmony and Balance

Oct 13th, 2014 Posted in A Spiritual Path | no comment »
Look to autumn for change; internal change can bring goodness to your life

Look to autumn for change; internal change can bring goodness to your life


It is much easier to write about the good things that come to your life because it brings with it love and kindness; abundant qualities that flow like water from your soul with positive energy spreading through you onto others.

Sad times
But the sad times also need attention so that others can be guided with knowledge that may help them during their own personal down times.

Getting it out

Apr 7th, 2014 Posted in Loving Relationships | no comment »

Sometimes you just have to get things off of your chest

And if you keep things bottled up inside  too long, you may start to have some stress related issues from internalizing your difficulties. Many people who are stressed out all the time begin to have that fat around the middle which causes heart disease.

There is  much research on the topic of stress and how it can harm you. You may want to learn how to deal with your stress, anger and sadness in different ways. I use many alternative therapies that help me such as lavender aromatherapy when I  need some calming, acupressure points, yoga and meditation.

She Stood Strong, no matter what

Mar 24th, 2014 Posted in Grief and Loss | no comment »

Some are stronger than others

She was always strong, no matter what the circumstances in life. You could see it in her large brown eyes, the eyes of a person who had been through many difficulties in life, but was able to manage beyond most.

Why was she so weathered by life? It was years of staying in a bad relationship when she deserved more.

She loved being near water. She said it helped her to feel calm and centered

She loved being near water. She said it helped her to feel calm and centered

She was a slight person, and you would think that a strong wind could take  her off her feet but nothing ever knocked her down.


May 23rd, 2012 Posted in Grief and Loss, Mental Wellness | no comment »


Weeping willows always remind me of my childhood because we had one near our home.

Sometimes I would sneak away and hide under the willow when I was feeling down or just wanted to be alone.

Maybe the name Weeping Willow was of some comfort to me when I was feeling bad. If a great tree such as a willow could weep, then it should  be easy for me to unload my grief under the comfort of a willow.