Hello and welcome,
We're continuing on with the 7 Spiritual Lessons Learned from 25 Years of Marriage series and today, we've made it all the way to Part 6: Go With the Flow.
This series is being featured in Brainz Magazine so please click here to read today's article.
If you missed the previous articles, you'll find them at the links below.
Part 5: Strive to Feel Fully Alive
Part 4: The Many Faces of Love - Harmonizing the Divine Masculine and Feminine
Part 3: Cultivating and Embodying Your Personal Power
Part 2: Having a Growth Mindset
Part 1: Taking Full Responsibility
May you have a week filled with divine flow.
With timely courage,
>Creator of Courageous Self-Care
>Took my own advice and had a very enjoyable date with my beloved
>Recently inadvertently learned all about Grouse Medicine... stay tuned for that adventure in the next few weeks
Want to know how to feel invigorated, enlivened, satisfied, fulfilled and excited about life?
Trying new things.
The brain loves novelty. If you get too attached to routines and the doing the same thing over and over and over and over and over and over, you'll get just as bored as you did now, reading "over and over" so many times.
A certain amount of predictability is nice and, yes, we thrive on ritual. At the same time, we also need the unexpected and the unknown to be a part of our lives.
Last weekend, our family went to the Rosebud Theatre in the tiny town of Rosebud, Alberta. It was a 90 minute drive to get there and it was gorgeous. Fields of gold under skies of blue, winding roads and panoramic vistas beckoned us along.
We saw a one woman show called The Syringa Tree and it blew us away; such talent, depth and storytelling. I laughed, I cried and I felt fully alive :)
On the way home, we tried a new Indian restaurant that was its own little treasure chest of mouth-watering delights.
It was such a great adventure filled with novelty.
So this is really three recommendations in one.
1-Try new things
2-Rosebud Alberta and its theatre
3-The Syringa Tree (if you ever see it playing near you, definitely take the opportunity to be wowed)
If you’re anything like most of the clients I’m working with currently, there’s some stuff coming up. Some big stuff. You might even call it challenges or obstacles. Of course, there are all sorts of practices you can do to work through that stuff. And sometimes, it’s nice when it’s easy.
Lord Ganesha is the remover of obstacles. When you play music devoted to Ganesh, it can help to help things/life flow more smoothly.
In honour of going with the flow, this week’s song is a beauty. It’s stunning; it helps me feel peaceful, uplifted and calm. It’s quite transcendent, really. And I’ve made it nice and easy for you to press play. Just click one of the links below and drift away into ethereal awesomeness.