Welcome to my personal selection of exceptional posts from around the web, inspiring resources to help you live the best possible life, and (sometimes) a good book or two. This edition spans across the summer. Enjoy!
Cathy Taughingbaum helps parents find peace when they are coping with a child’s addiction. You can feel her care, commitment, and clarity in every one of her articles.
I’m delighted to be featured on her blog today in a written interview that covers these topics:
- How to reconnect with happiness even though you’re in the midst of family challenges or trauma.
- The benefits of meditation, how it can improve your life, and what mindfulness really means.
- How to grieve and let go of dreams that are not longer relevant or useful to you and your family.
- Ways to accept and flow with unexpected changes in life.
Read the full interview by clicking this link. I would love to hear from you in the comments there! And, please help me spread the word by sharing this post.
Thanks so much for your interest and support. May you always be well, happy, and safe. With love, Sandra
What exactly is joy?
Is joy an unexpected, momentary experience?
Or, can joy be cultivated and become an ongoing way of being?
Questions about joy have been floating around my mind since I received an Akashic Recording Reading from Heather Gray.
In case, you’re not familiar with the Akashic Records, Heather describes them as
“…a soul-level dimension of consciousness that contains a vibrational record of every individual’s soul and its journey.”
So when you access the records, via an intuitive, you can gain insight, direction, and healing tailor-made for you.
I’ve enjoyed intuitive readings periodically for a good part of my adult life. The information I receive in this manner invariably clarifies, affirms, and encourages my own soul urgings. And sometimes that’s exactly what I need to actualize the next step on my life path.
During the reading, I asked Heather multiple questions, including “How I can best use the later years of my life?” She (and the records) surprised me by responding with the suggestion of enjoyment rather than a specific preoccupation. My “task” according to the records is to enjoy these years. That means to relax and play, show up with love and light, let go of the “shoulds,” and avoid pushing to make things happen.Continue Reading