Living in the Now

Week 4 of the Nurturing Wellness through Radical Self-Care daily Mindful Minutes is found on my new Facebook page www.facebook.com/janetgnestor. Take a look, think through the comments and questions and enjoy the sparkles you create. We all want to lead a grounded, capable, powerful, clear minded life. We want make good choices and decisions. We want to feel the expansion of our consciousness, and we want to feel the love. To have this magnificent experience of “living in the now” it is necessary that you and I feel comfortable in our own skin. Is there one grand secret that will…

Trust the Process

Do you trust the process of life? I know that I’ve struggled with process learning and trust, and for a long time I don’t think I even knew what it meant to “live in process”. “Living in process is about living – spiritual living and living spiritually. We all have the opportunity to live completely, fully, wholly, joyfully, serenely with our spirituality expressed in every facet of our lives … Living in process is about the relearning of living our wholeness.”  ~ Anne Wilson Schaef I first heard of “living in process” from one of the great co-dependency writers of…

Living in Balance

A new year is under way and like most of you all kinds of new things are happening in my life. Just like you, I have challenges and events to prepare for as 2015 progresses. Most of the new events are happy like the upcoming publication of a new book, Yeshua: 100 Meaningful Messages for Messengers. I have some personal and family challenges to work through, but I feel confident that with positive attitudes and honest communication they will have a satisfactory resolution. I also want to find soul comfort related to an unexpected family death; a nephew who was…

Becoming Your Own Best Friend

A while back Gilda Evans and I decided to do a blog exchange. This short article is now live at her site Girl Talk. A few of us are able to show love and compassion to ourselves every day no matter what is going on in our lives. Most of us have some days when we get really down on ourselves and beat ourselves up with some pretty strong inner language. Some of us beat ourselves up almost every day. No matter where you fall in the spectrum of self-love, I think you’ll find some wisdom in this short article.…

When We Grow Up by Gilda Evans

Guest post by Gilda Evans The recent Los Angeles Times article featuring my father has served not only as an inspiration to many, but also as a reminder of things that should never be forgotten.  My thanks to my agent, Terrie Wolf, who suggested re-posting this blog story from 2012.  It is an appropriate companion to my father’s story, which you can read via the link near the end of this post. And now, a blast from the past – Yesterday was a beautiful morning – sunny, not too cold with the hint of coming spring in the air. Yet,…