26
Sep
2018
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Embrace the Darkness

I started an I-Ching series in early September exploring new beginnings, digging deep into our rootedness, and facing difficulties. Hexagram 4 speaks about the necessity of embracing the darkness. Go Deep Within the Self Shadow [Play] is the Path of the Heart Warrior ~ CG Jung I have found that to go into the depths...
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7
Sep
2017
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What is the name of your Song?

My song’s title could be Should I Really Say That? or it could be entitled, Scream. My husband, Michael, was hospitalized for testing last week after an MRI showed that he had experienced a small stroke and had a major sinus infection to boot. Now, add to the mix that Michael and I have been together 25...
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5
Sep
2017
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Play and Self-Care

Playing with self-care * listening to STOP signals * so you can be free (to GO!) Want to learn more or work with me as a mentor and creative coach? I’d love to talk with you! Claim your Free Guide to the ‘Art of Playing in the Everyday’. Please leave a comment following this post/podcast or...
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22
Jun
2017
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I’m Crossing the Finish Line: Work as Play

After writing for 5 minutes about ‘crossing the finish line’ while visualizing and drawing that finish line in my visual journal, I realized that I had bumped up my ‘Can Do’ and deflated my ‘Critic’. This is what I wrote: When I see myself crossing the finish line, I am smiling, ecstatic, filled up, and...
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20
Jun
2017
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Playing with New Things and Perfection: We Are All a Little Weird

We are all a little weird and life’s a little weird, and when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall in mutual weirdness and call it love. ~ Dr. Seuss Stepping into new experiences in our lives can feel challenging. If, on top of those feelings...
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18
Jun
2017
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New Series: The Art of Playing in the Everyday and New Pathways (Part 2)

Last week I spent a week at my daughter’s home caring for my grandchildren and grand-dogs while she was away on a business trip. Yesterday it was time to go home. Heather, Bailey, and I found ourselves in a long ferry line. We would have been waiting for 3 hours or more to be loaded...
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