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MY WORDS

OBSERVATION, INFORMATION, OPINION & PLAY

i write because it helps me get to the bottom of things. it helps me unravel the chaos in my mind as well as dive deep into the depths of who i am. i also get myself tangled into automatic writing where it just flows from within but it’s clearly not my own. i’m not 100% sure where i’m going with writing yet but i’m most definitely still going.

MY WORDS

OBSERVATION, INFORMATION, OPINION & PLAY

i write because it helps me get to the bottom of things. it helps me unravel the chaos in my mind as well as dive deep into the depths of who i am. i also get myself tangled into automatic writing where it just flows from within but it’s clearly not my own. i’m not 100% sure where i’m going with writing yet but i’m most definitely still going.

Just In Case You Didn’t Know…

“Writing is inherently reflective.” ~ Terry Heick i NEED to write. i’m working on making time in my weekly schedule to write more often. writing has taught me more about myself than anything else i do, including yoga. when i coach and train clients, there are always writing assignments. between the physical work, the food deprogramming work, and the writing work, hands down, the writing is the most enlightening part. writing is like taking a bright light and illuminating the hidden parts within you. it’s not always that you know what you are looking at, at first, but things

connection flow VS connectivity issues

Life is full of those things that we don’t become mindful of—until we do. Until recently, I had never tried to define or explain ‘connection’. To be honest, I don’t know if I can put my inner feelings about connection into words but I want to try.It seems we learn human connection as babies and children. First from mom, then dad, then from your family or close friends. Everything you learn as a baby and a child molds your perception, or shall I say shapes the walls to contain your understanding of connection.If your mom and dad are not deeply

The Life Of A Word : Part 2

about a month ago i wrote about how words can be given life by the thoughts and energy you put behind the word. in the same way, words can become lifeless by a shift in your thoughts and feelings that change the energy behind a word. when i wrote the story about the word shame (here it is if you missed it), i mentioned how i would be telling 3 stories about the life of a word. here is the second… growing up, i spent all my summers and christmases in louisiana with my brother and 3 cousins, all

It’s Happening And You Cannot Stop It.

It's happening and you cannot stop it. Life will challenge you and you cannot escape. I just sat down to write but I don’t have a plan of what to write. Finding—no scratch that—MAKING the time to sit down and write is by far the hardest part of writing for me. But now, I’m sitting pretty because the hardest part is out of the way. Ok, what to write… Since I don’t have a clear vision of what i want to write, i’ll explain how i start. I use writing as a way to assess the state I’m in, to

The Life Of A Word

all the words you know, have life because you breathe life into them. if a word causes you to feel something, it’s because you give the word a meaning to feel. i want to tell you three stories about three words i’ve had this experience with: shame, hickory and mallard. I’m using these 3 stories as a way to share with you what i’ve been learning and experiencing over the last year and to make my way back to sharing with you, to connecting with you and to honor the deepest desires of my own heart—to live my human

What’s Possible Is Part Of An Infinity Of Maybes.

now is real. what’s possible is part of an infinity of maybes. maybes are thoughts in your head — not real, unlike the tangible, sensable experience you’re having right now — which is as real as it gets. moves that must be made right now, to respond to the current stimuli and situation are you acting in the present. this is you being. you don’t get to BE in the past or in the future. the only place you get to be is here and now. but in your head, there are infinite possibilities and therefore infinite moves to

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