Tag Archives: Acceptance

Morgaine Glasgow King: 7/28/12 – 3/20/14

On Pain Kahlil Gibran Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as the stone of the fruit must break, that its heart may stand in the sun, so must you know pain. And could … Continue reading

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Ode to messing up (with thanks to Anne Lamott)

“You have to make mistakes to find out who you aren’t. You take the action, and the insight follows: You don’t think your way into becoming yourself.”  Anne Lamott Anne Lamott is one of my favorite authors, mostly because of … Continue reading

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God Says Yes to Me – by Kaylin Haught

I asked God if it was okay to be melodramatic and she said yes I asked her if it was okay to be short and she said it sure is I asked her if I could wear nail polish or … Continue reading

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Letting go

I was fighting a cold the other day, and moved into a very still, introverted space of healing.  I tossed out my to-do-list for the day, cancelled plans, and spent the day reading and drinking tea. As is often the … Continue reading

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My New Year’s wish for us all…

On our path of personal growth, we’re always challenging our growing edge.  The growing edge is the place where things are uncomfortable and difficult, because they are new.  Behaviors maybe, or thoughts… habits, or skills…  Usually we embrace our growing … Continue reading

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The Power of Vulnerability

At the end of this post, there is a link to a TED Talk.  TED Talks are some of the best and brightest lectures on various topics, delivered in stimulating and captivating ways that engage the audience. This talk is … Continue reading

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How to be happier

When my clients “get better”, they don’t just fix the issue they came in to address.  They change their way of being in the world on many, many levels.  This little article by The Purpose Fairy captures these changes just … Continue reading

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Graduation day

I’m graduating from a 10-year class in acceptance, held in my little 800 sq ft summer-cabin-turned-year-round-residence.  84 years old, it lists port-side toward the lake, floods regularly and has a living room couch as both dining room table AND business … Continue reading

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The Dark Night of the Bike Rider’s Soul

I went on a 30 mile bike ride yesterday. The one before that was a 100 mile, before that a 65 mile, and before that a 25 mile. Regardless of distance, they all involve a dark-night-of-the-soul. The traditional dark-night-of-the-soul experience … Continue reading

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Morally superior to reality?

I was listening to an Ekhart Tolle lecture the other day. He was making fun of the human tendency to assume that we know how things should be, and to be very upset when they are not the way they … Continue reading

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