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Posts Tagged With ‘ positive thought ’

 

How to Breakup with Your Couch, or The Science of Motivation

September 18th, 2020

What is it that makes it so challenging to peel oneself off the couch and workout? Who are these crazies who jump out of bed at 5 a.m. and run in the cold, crepuscular morning hours? Or who get in a power hike after work when the rest of us want nothing more than to go home and veg. What powers these people, and how do we bottle it? It seems like it should be enough to merely want to exercise—to want to look better; to want a more toned body; to want to control high blood pressure or diabetes; to want to be healthier. But, as anyone who has chosen the couch over the treadmill can attest, wanting... Read More

Joyful Journaling – Create your own story

October 24th, 2014

Yesterday the partial solar eclipse brought together hundreds of Boulder folk as they gathered to observe the event.  Looking at the images and stories of happy observeres soaking up the late fall sunshine, it’s clear to see what a fascination we have with the skies.  And it’s no accident – us  humans have been observing the skies for a very, very long time, it’s in our nature. Did you know though, that eclipses have long been understood to be a time of deeper connection to our spiritual nature?  The days around solar eclipses and new moons are a perfect time to work... Read More

Walk your way to joy! Finding peace, one step at a time.

September 11th, 2014

One of the greatest challenges we find along our life journey or spiritual path is to feel love and compassion for ourselves. It requires that we treat ourselves well, and give ourselves time and space to be still, to re-fuel, to rest and to gather our resources.’Self-care’ is a term we hear a lot now, and it means just this – finding ways, no matter how small and seemingly unimpressive, to find some peace for a moment. In this busy and pressured lifestyle we often have, we need this time to rest and to remember who we are and how we operate without the busy-ness. When we choose to... Read More