Spirituality, religion, and self discovery are big parts of the recovery process, and our meetings always seek to cater to each individual’s specific needs and belief systems. How can we do this successfully?
SELF REFLECTION: self-re·flec·tion, noun; meditation or serious thought about one’s character, actions, and motives.
As we were working the exercise, I began to ponder about the ever-popular process of intending and why plans sometimes fail to come to fruition, leading to disappointment. I contemplated that there is much more to it and that it is more complex than we realize. As I pondered, a picture of a “Y” appeared in my mind’s eye, along with Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.”
“Some days you eat salads and go do yoga. Other days you eat cupcakes and refuse to put on pants. It’s called balance.” – Unknown Like you, I am a full-time mom with a full-time job working hard to get it all in within the 24 hours that we’re given in a day. As aContinue reading “Yoga with Kids”
Our inner child is that part of us that is deeply entrenched within and holds tight to our innocent, child-like nature. It is the part of us that never seems to age, despite how many times we turn the calendar page.
Mindset is EVERYTHING. Though I have been a serious (daily) student of the Course in Miracles over the past year, there are still days where I wake up feeling…crappy. And then I remember I have a choice and I choose again.