You make your way to the reception desk and a friendly innkeeper says, "Welcome Traveler. Do you require a blanket or a sword?"
As we engage in various situations in our home and work lives, there may be situations that occur that bring a sense of heaviness. Though our days as adults may not be filled with such simple moments, I wonder if we might be able to map out time to have similar ones? Whether it is the list of things that need to be done or the emotions that are circling us, clearing a path is important for our own energy and that of those we encounter.
We have expanded our resources for family caregivers and are in the process of creating additional programs to support a larger community of caregivers as well. More about that coming soon, but for now, I hope you join me in my excitement for our new website!
By keeping ideas or projects together, creating systems, you can ease the chaos and create a calmer state of being.
At times, it's the energy in-between the words where the emotions are hiding — so listening, observing, and feeling the energy become critical skills.
I encourage you to get out into something bigger than yourself; nature is a powerful force and can create a more soothing and peaceful state of mind.
One of our members touched my heart from the beginning, willing to share her days with us, which was healing for so many.
If you are always doing without pausing, one day you will turn around and ask yourself how your life passed so quickly.
"Why aren’t these things working?!? Why aren't they listening?? I’m going to……..
It is always a good idea to be prepared for when your loved one returns from the hospital or care facility with things they may need.