Our body language not only talks to others about who we are, what we think, and what we are capable of. It is a reflection of our self-talk. Our bodies change our mind, and our mind changes our behavior, and our behavior changes our outcomes. Want to know how this works? Listen to a fascinating… Read More
Am I an imitator or initiator?
“No matter how individual we think we are, we all have an inherent desire to conform.” “The principle of social proof says so: The greater the number of people who find any idea correct, the more the idea will be correct…We will use the actions of others to decide on proper behavior for ourselves, especially… Read More
Let me play in the fields of the Lord
Sometimes your path is clearly delineated. You know what you have to do. You know where you have to go. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. It’s a hard climb. There’s no stopping in the middle–you’re committed. There may be people ahead and behind you–no way out. There’s lots to see, and it’s hard to… Read More
What are you leaving behind?
Legacies aren’t just for the rich and famous—everyone leaves a piece of themselves behind. How will you be remembered? Maybe it’s because I will soon be 65 years old. Maybe it was the weekend with a house full of family—from grandkids, to grown-up kids, to siblings. Talking, loud play, chaos, and lots of laughter. Maybe it’s… Read More
today I was Martha
Still your mind, open the eyes of your heart (through visual imagery), join the flow of the Holy Spirit, and journal. I’ve been practicing these steps to hear God’s voice. One way to do this is to put yourself into one of the stories from the Gospels, become one of the characters, visualize yourself in the story,… Read More
Want to see God?
Remember when Moses had spent time speaking privately with God, his face shone with God’s light? Gradually it would fade away. If we make God the center of our lives, that should shine from our faces as well, and we need to visit with him every day to renew that light. His love and mercy… Read More
stuck in your inadequacies?
Do you find yourself making lists of ways you’re inadequate? Do you constantly put yourself down? There’s a simple solution: Stop it! Read this wonderful post on WordServe Water Cooler to learn more. http://wordservewatercooler.com/2014/12/19/two-words-of-advice-stop-it/