She-Shedding Emotional Excess

For today’s blog, let’s focus on shedding emotional excess:
“Your emotions are the slaves to your thoughts, and you are the slave to your emotions.” ― Elizabeth Gilbert

Super Blue Blood Moon – Entering the Spotlight

I am not an astrologist and rarely view my horoscope for anything else besides entertainment. Yet, a few women, whose words I cherish have made a similar statement. One of the Super Blue Blood Moon’s effects will be shining the spotlight on ALL that we are. Be prepared to be exposed, the good and theContinue reading “Super Blue Blood Moon – Entering the Spotlight”

St. Constantine and Helen – Greece

About Helen and St. Constantine St. Helen was born at Drepanum (Helenopolis) in Asia Minor. Married to Constantius Chlorus, their son  St. Constantine the Great, was born in 274. Helen & Constantius were divorced in 294. Constantine out of great honor and respect, granted his mother the imperial title “Augusta,” after he became emperor, St.Continue reading “St. Constantine and Helen – Greece”

Disconnected

Most people have or have had that one friend they call their Bestie, BFF, Roaddog, Ride-or-Die. I too have been blessed with such a gift. When we became grandmothers (far too young by the way), one week apart, we started calling each other Blessties! At some point, in our friendship, we became psychically connected. WeContinue reading “Disconnected”

THE 8 LIMBS OF YOGA – PART 2 NIYAMA

Self-discipline and Spiritual observances are the main focus for the second limb – Niyama. Regular temple or church service attendance, prayers before meals, personal meditation practices, habitual contemplative walks alone are fine examples of practicing niyama. Just as in the Yama, there are five niyamas: Saucha: Cleanliness When I think about cleanliness, I think about the JapaneseContinue reading “THE 8 LIMBS OF YOGA – PART 2 NIYAMA”

The 8 Limbs of Yoga – Part 1 Yama

Hello there, my dear friends! For the next 8 Sundays, I will be sharing an 8-part series on the 8 Limbs of Yoga and how they apply to our daily mental, physical and spiritual lives. When one has an open mind, one is able to see the similarities and not the differences in religious andContinue reading “The 8 Limbs of Yoga – Part 1 Yama”

Now about Living Amends

My recent Hub post is all about making living amends. I feel the need to bring this topic to my blog. A living amends is basically replacing poor behavior with good behavior. Here is the link to the detailed hub: http://hubpages.com/health/Making-Living-Amends. I have had the wonderful opportunity to make some living amends myself and have regrettedContinue reading “Now about Living Amends”