Feeling safe with others who honor our authentic experience is the heartbeat of a joyful life. In such relationships, essential simplicity is a way of being. On the other hand, grandiosity and fear of being ordinary are the mainstays of a narcissistic personality. Constant complexity is the order of the day. Shame and fear are … More Healing collective narcissism – thoughts on healthy anger, grief, intimidation and honoring our most basic experiences
That depends. On whether they are honored or shamed. Whether they are treated with loyalty or betrayal. Whether they are welcomed with your presence or rejected through your absence. Tune in. Today. Right now. This moment. You Know Where They Go. Shhh… listen within… I’ll say more in a future blog post. For now, take … More Where do all the feelings go? (Part I)
We often hear people talk about the still small voice that whispers to us… judges of intuition on a project or guidance as we go about our day. Most people know what I’m talking about. Most people kick themselves after the fact, if they didn’t listen to it. So why isn’t it honored more often? … More Honor the still, small voice
*New Joy-Based Living classroom support for teachers * *Please FOLLOW our store (see link below) * Hi Friends! Over the summer, my dear friend Amy Gregory and I collaborated to write a 20-lesson curriculum for elementary school teachers (3-5th grades). Amy’s been a teacher for many years, so we re-designed the JBL practices (especially Feed … More Courage to Connect: A JBL curriculum for teachers!