Tagged with safety

Don’t Take Anything Personally

Don’t Take Anything Personally

The second agreement in the book The Four Agreements states that you should not take anything personally. Author, Don Miguel Ruiz explains that everything that others say and do – the good, the bad, and the ugly – are all reflections of the agreements they’ve made with themselves and their world.  If you take things … Continue reading

How thin is too thin?

How thin is too thin?

No, I’m not referring to weight here.  More like: when we over work ourselves and spread ourselves thin, how thin is too thin?  When do we know that we’ve crossed the line, going from managing all that needs to be done to taking on more than we can handle while convincing ourselves that it needs … Continue reading

Science of the Soul – Dec. Newsletter

Science of the Soul – Dec. Newsletter

Click here for the December 2012 Science of the Soul newsletter.  I will be uploading one newsletter every month for your inspiration and enjoyment 🙂 To be in the loop on current newsletters, I encourage you to sign up by clicking here. You can also find an archive on my Science of the Soul page. … Continue reading

Step 11: Find Value From Within

Have you ever completed a project and felt yourself glowing from the inside with joy and pride for your work?  What a wonderful feeling!  Has that soaring emotion been dampened by a “wet blanket”, or a person who steals your thunder?  How deflating and discouraging!  It’s no wonder it has taken you so long to … Continue reading

Personalized Coaching Services

Coaching seems to be one of those new fads that’s surely taking off.  I’m usually not one to follow trends, but as a Therapist I was instantly drawn towards coaching as a means of enhancing my skills.  It’s quite interesting though, because as I was researching this new facet of my professional career, I came … Continue reading

Step 2: Nurture your emerging Creative Self

OK, so you have the canvas, paints, and brushes. Now what?  Oh, that’s right, ‘Susan needed help rearranging her living room; I’ll just help her with that, then I’ll paint later tonight when I get home.’  Or, ‘I think I’ll try out this new recipe for slow bake chili tonight for the family.  That will … Continue reading