I had breakfast with a dear friend yesterday. We talked about a lot of stuff. We talked about our relationships and our jobs (mine is the unpaid kind). We talked about getting older and the changes that brings. And we talked about how at some point in our lives, we are faced with something we … Continue reading When the Going Gets Tough
Another post about the challenging times in our lives and how we make it through, one day at a time, and while holding on to a vision of our innate nature. We are already WHOLE! http://www.riankerfoot.com/onrising/
I've written about life purpose on this blog before (here, here and here). As time has passed, I've come to believe that our individual life purpose is more about really getting to know ourselves, uncovering our gifts and sharing them with others. It seems to me that once you truly know yourself, and recognize the divinity within and all … Continue reading The Myth of Finding Your Purpose by Kris Carr
You have extraordinary treasures within you...and bringing those treasures to light takes work and faith and focus and courage and hours of devotion, and the clock is ticking, and the world is spinning, and we simply do not have time anymore to think so small. Elizabeth Gilbert - Big Magic. Creative Living Beyond Fear Our … Continue reading The Light Within You
It's been a busy summer with the kids home from school. There hasn't been a lot of quiet time to pursue my own projects. But, then again, I don't think my head has been in that creative space either. The summer has been about enjoying the sunshine as much as possible, swimming and hosting friends … Continue reading Take a Walk with Me…
I wrote about Katrina Kenison's book Magical Journey here. This is her most recent blog post entitled "this (good) life", which offers such an inspiring, poignant and soul-filling message: joy and heartache can co-exist; remember to see the sacred in the now, the blessings of today. Here it is. Enjoy 🙂
I've been taking some time to read (memoirs like Home Grown. Adventures in Parenting off the Beaten Path, Unschooling, and Reconnecting with the Natural World by Ben Hewitt. and Glitter and Glue by Kelly Corrigan, cookbooks like Gwyneth Paltrow's, It's All Good, and Jenny Rosenstrach's Dinner the Playbook. And another book, which defies easy description, entitled, A Hidden Wholeness. The … Continue reading What Matters Most? An Exercise to Determine Your Values.
Exploring my life purpose has been an ongoing project which intensified over the last couple of years. A few months ago, I re-discovered a book I bought a couple of years ago called Live Your Life Purposeby Dorothy Ratusny. Ms. Ratusny provided the following questions which I found to be very helpful. Get your journal out, dear people, and … Continue reading Life Purpose Vol. III
I've been thinking about writing this post for a long while. I actually started writing it last November and then left it as a draft. As often happens over time, feelings soften and you gain perspective and maybe that was what I was intuitively waiting for. I also questioned my motivation for writing about my experience and … Continue reading Just this side of Too Far Gone
I had a science fiction-y idea a while ago that goes something like this. Imagine that, in addition to your existence here on planet Earth, you have a parallel existence, a "Parallel You", living on another plane, alongside planet Earth you. Now, maybe Planet Earth you has a partner and children, or not, and goes … Continue reading What is “Parallel You” up to?