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The Power of Motherly Love

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | May 8th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: affirmation, animals, Candice Lightner, children, creation, healing, HOPE, humans, intuition, justice, love, MADD, mothers, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, mothers-day, pain, parenting, persistence, reconciliation, Relationships, separation, trust

Mother and her young son

During the month of May we celebrate Mother’s Day. It is a time when we honor our biological, adopted and surrogate mothers. It is a time when we remember the incredible and awesome nature of the “mother spirit.” Whether it is in the animal kingdom or the family of human beings, most mothers are fierce protectors of their young. They intuitively know when something is happening with their child. I was always amazed when my mother tuned right into me. This wasn’t always good news for me, but it most certainly reminded me that we were connected in an extraordinary way.

Idle Worship

Leslie Garrett by Leslie Garrett | March 4th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: AIDS orphans, anxious, apple, at-risk girls, baby building, barriers to productive, bike, bike trailers, books, burn-out, busy, busy people, busyness, climate change, concerts, creation, dinners with friends, down and up, education, eureka, exciting lives, father, get-ahead friends, goof around, google, growth, home, idleness, incubation, inspiration, kids, lazy days, marathon, not enough, not enough time, parents, parties, pet owner, play, popular, puritans, strength, the busy trap, tim kreider, time in demand, tired, toddlers, travel, wife, work commitments, work ethic, writers, yin and yang, youth

“Busy” has become the anthem of the anxious. And yet, when asked, most are hard-pressed to say what, exactly, they’re so busy doing. They shrug and say, “you know, with kids,” or an even more vague, “Not enough hours in the day.”

There was a time I envied those “busy” people. Thanks to a youth spent largely ignored by my more-popular peers, I equated “busy” with “popular.” At home with my books, I imagined “busy” meant parties and concerts, dinners with friends, and interesting work commitments. The lives of “busy” people struck me as exciting. Their time was in demand, and their busyness seemed an indictment of my own busy-less life.

Creations and Manifestations for the New Year

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | January 15th, 2013 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth | tags: affirmations, As a man thinketh, beliefs project, Bettie Eadie, Brian Adams, choices, consciousness, create your life, creation, creator, desires, Embraced by the light, expansion of consciousness, extraordinary life, Gary Zukav, goal setting, good life, How to Succeed, James Allen, life as a mirror, magnificent year, manifestation, meditation, new time, new year, power of thoughts, powerful life, reality, reflections, resolutions, sabbatical, Seat of the soul, synergy, visions for the new year, world we live in, yearly reflection

new year

Happy New Year! Isn’t it wonderful that we all get to start a new time in our lives? This is the perfect time to open to the emerging “you”!

As I was doing my morning practice, I began to envision my new year. During my meditation I called in the life I want to create this year. I don’t like goal-setting and resolutions because I do not believe they create enough synergy for my life. I like the possibilities that come in the forms of what I am creating and manifesting through the expansion of my consciousness. Moving into a new year from that place allows me to fully understand that I am “creating” the life that I live.