Mindfulness and Family Life

What does it look like to live in freedom, hope and unconditional love?  Unconditional love incorporates joy, forgiveness, compassion, inner peacefulness, acknowledgment, acceptance and positive change. With acceptance, we mindfully acknowledge our reality as it exists now. When living within freedom, hope and unconditional love, we hope to: • think positively and act in positive ways • honor the natural interdependence of family life • allow independence within family togetherness • live each day with a hopeful, joyous heart • develop a positive sense of self, including worthiness • experience a sense of belonging • make loving, appropriate, reality-based decisions…

Create YOUR OWN Success

We manifest our own destiny and we create our own success or failure, wealth or poverty.   All the tools that you and I will ever need to create our dreams of an enriching and healthy life exists within our mind-body-spirit system.  I encourage you to find your truth and to live your life within the knowledge of that truth.  I encourage you to live with gratitude and in a state of positive belief and trust – Trust in self and in a Higher, Wiser Presence that some call God.  Contentment is possible for all people regardless of life circumstances, past…

Cultivate Your Inner Oasis

Our thoughts, conscious and unconscious, and those originating from our Higher Self, fuel the direction and quality of our daily lives. Thoughts really do determine who we are today and the quality of our life tomorrow.  They help create our personality characteristic, values and morals, contribute to the restfulness of our sleep, and help determine the amount of energy we have to take care of our home and family, earn a living and enjoy our leisure time.               While my list of 20 thoughts may not be the total answer to world peace and enlightened living, it might be the beginning…

Pathways to Wholeness is all about Mindful Living

The “How To” of Mindfulness ~ Beginnings ~ “Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Carl Bard Simply defined, mindfulness means being attentive and aware in a now focused, experiential, evaluative manner. Mindful, conscious thinking determines our sense of well-being and our overall satisfaction with life. Our thoughts are our personal construction crew. We construct our life one thought at a time. The result of mindful awareness is the development of our virtues, which are the basic positive building blocks of our life. …