I’ve resonated with this proverb since I first saw it when I was about 17 years old: "Fall 7 times. Stand up 8." To me, it means, “just keep going.” It means: Believe in yourself to get back up; have the strength and determination to get back up; and have faith that if you get … Continue reading More than one “right” way (short post)
It is with warm gratitude that I share that this blog has been nominated for the “Sunshine Blogger Award.” This nomination and award is given by fellow bloggers, in recognition of posts that are “creative, positive, and inspirational.” My thanks go to Crystal Grasso (Ward) of “Maybe Crazy Help,” who wrote these kind words in … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award: A kind nomination for the PTLH blog
As our world undergoes a major transformation, and deals with millennia of unhealed wounds, four things are happening**: - First, wounds are surfacing and many of them involve violence by males against females. - Second, the energy of the Divine Feminine is being reclaimed and embodied. - Third, the energies of the Divine Masculine are … Continue reading The Future is not “Female”; it’s EQUAL
Here’s a fun way to look at a serious subject: Swiss students exposed cheese to different types of music for six months to see if the sound vibrations (i.e., the music) would affect how the matter (i.e., the cheese) developed. Guess what? It did. Continue reading.
Paramahansa Yogananda, whose quote is in the image below, is perhaps most famously known for the book he wrote, “The Autobiography of a Yogi.” This tome of spiritual wisdom has inspired, uplifted, and brought deep comfort to many seekers. Continue reading.
"Let him who would move the world, first move himself." ~ Socrates I first encountered this quote during the training to become a Teacher of Kundalini Yoga, and so I equate it with Yogi Bhajan. Today marks the anniversary of the day he transitioned out of his life on Earth; I suppose this is why … Continue reading What’s “Step 1”?
I spoke with a friend recently. She was coming out of a period of upset. She’s a significant healer, fellow wisdom teacher, and purely loving being. She’s here in our world for the purpose of helping us. She often works in the background, quietly removing unpleasant energies and sending waves of love, clarity, and harmony … Continue reading Stop. (Don’t) look. (Just) listen. To your heart.
I guess this is Part 2 of my earlier post about Peace. I never intended to continue the discussion. But recent events in the United States have many people unsettled about The State of Humanity. We exist on a planet of many competing forces: dark v light; fear v love; hate v compassion; aggression v … Continue reading Peace, Part 2