What signifies abundance is unique for each individual. It depends on circumstances, frame of mind, our history, our openness to receiving and so much more. This was brought home to me last week when I participated in a guided imagery
As a driver, I cut my teeth on the highways and byways of metropolitan New York. Fear of speed and traffic was not a part of my lexicon. A serious car accident, however, changed all that in a flash. My sense of
Women, particularly women over fifty, have an uneasy relationship with money. We experience guilt or shame whether we have more than enough or not enough. To make matters worse, we don’t like to talk about these feelings. When we tell our story and make ourselves vulnerable we have an opportunity to change.
Living just for today can be a real challenge for those of us who have lived our lives immersed in western culture. Every where we turn we hear messages, reminders, and indicators that unless we are moving forward at break