When we are balance everything flows harmoniously.
I remember being told that I was resilient. I knew I was receiving a compliment but I didn’t feel anything except exhaustion. As I think about this, I suppose I felt exhausted because I was coming out of a long and painful transition. I had been successful in the eyes of others but I hadContinue reading “Resilience”
“When you’re aligned with your Soul, you’re aligned with the whole.” ~ Kris Franken Plumb bobs are weights suspended by string and are used to indicate verticality. Egyptians used them to build the pyramids and builders throughout the ages have used them to determine if framing and walls are “plumb” or perfectly vertical. In theContinue reading “In Alignment”
Flow is an attitude, a mind-set that allows you to feel as if you can fly your kite everyday, even when there is no wind. I clearly remember when I attained the big milestone of 5 years of sobriety – I was irritated and unhappy – not because I had chosen sobriety – I actuallyContinue reading “I Can Fly My Kite Everyday”
One day you realize that everything seems easier. You’re not having to check your thinking or the words coming out of your mouth. You’ve eased into a flow that seems effortless and wonder when this happened? This happens when your heart and soul are in alignment with what you do and the way you behave.Continue reading “Living in Flow”
Change begins with awareness which leads to an awakening. From there, a discovery might occur which can open the door to courage, action and finally flow. Once we’ve reach a state of flow, is this it – have we arrived? Can we always be in a state of flow? Can we always be happy, positiveContinue reading “Flow is Freedom and Ease”
In previous posts, I wrote about the first five stages of change, as I’ve identified them: awareness; awakening; discovery; courage and action. The final stage, which is the goal, is flow. When looking at Positive Psychology, a flow state is the state of mind in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in aContinue reading “Flow”