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Restoring Natural Resilience

By |2018-08-20T19:13:00+00:00August 18th, 2018|Blog, Walking the Path|

What if you could restore your natural resilience so you could respond to situations with equanimity rather that react with intensity to stressful situations? The good news is your system is designed to move into harmony and resiliency.  This means you can learn to maintain a calm attitude, be at ease, and respond appropriately despite life’s daily challenges.

What Do You Want?

By |2018-07-17T19:28:54+00:00July 17th, 2018|Sue Hardman-Conklin, Walking the Path|

People pleasing and reluctance to notice what I want and risk asking for it is a learned strategy for avoiding disappointment. When viewed this way I have to bow down to the little kid in me who must have figured this strategy out long ago. It worked brilliantly to avoid major disappointment. But now that I’m older – and have the ability to look at this more deeply – I’m thinking disappointment isn’t so scary anymore. I’m thinking the risk of disappointment is definitely worth the gain of living more fully by noticing and feeling free to express my preferences.

A Mindful Good-bye

By |2018-06-26T19:44:14+00:00June 25th, 2018|Blog, Therese Antony, Walking the Path|

A mindful “Good bye” at the end of life is powerful stuff. It is putting voice to an end without pretense. There is reality and acceptance in knowing that – ‘This life will end soon and we will not see each other again…at least in this form.’ It is a period. It is the last period, in the last paragraph of, the last sentence of, the last chapter of a book.It is the last thing we get before the words, The End. How did I want to hold this period? What did I need for a sense of completion? What was the right way to say “Good-bye” for me?  What did I really want to say?  How was I going to say it?

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