At the Level of Daily Life, There is Loss

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At the level of daily life, there is loss. If we spiritualize it away, we cannot use it to grow. …This usually means allowing ourselves to be touched by life, to participate in it. We learn by experience. The unexperienced life does not teach anybody anything. There are no spiritual shortcuts. Rachel Naomi Remen. Related Posts:Curing – Strengthening – HealingCompassion and Our Capacity to SufferingMerry Christmas! (What Does That Mean?)Contemplative Handwork™Wilderness – a Place of Learning, Spiritual Growth andSharon’s ModalitiesMuch of Enjoying Life Is in the DetailsWhen an Idea Comes to Us

Wilderness – a Place of Learning, Spiritual Growth and Understanding

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Ironically, according to ancient legend, the word Wilderness didn’t conjure up a place of punishment, but rather a place of learning, spiritual growth, understanding, healing and accomplishment. It referred to a wellspring of Divine energy in the guise of despair, hardship and pain; your experience in the wilderness was designed to prepare or propel you toward your destiny. Or pry you loose from whatever was keeping you from it. Sarah Ban Breathnach Related Posts:The WildernessArt and SoulSharon’s ModalitiesCASIGY Book ListCASIGY’s Secrets to Overcoming Holiday Blues –…Different By DesignTips for Starting the New Year Off RightHow to Spring Into Life

Facing Pain Truthfully

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Only those who face their pain truthfully can let go of it and move forward with their creative energy and self-esteem intact. David Viscott Related Posts:Be Willing to Share PainConsciousness Brings More Pain, but It Also Brings More JoyWilderness – a Place of Learning, Spiritual Growth andSimplify – SimplifyWe Cannot Go Back. We Can Only Go ForwardBalancing Your CASIGY™ LifeFinding Beauty in Life’s ScrapsMission Statement

Catch and Release Living is Simply This

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Catch and release living is simply this: Breathe in; feel it (all of what you are experiencing physically and emotionally right now). Breathe out; release it (all of what you are experiencing physically and emotionally right now). Then again: Breathe in, feel it. Breathe out, release it. ScrapLady Sharon Barnes Related Posts:Relaxation Breathing ExercisesLife’s A Bicycle – How to Balance Your Life LikeHow to Heal from Life’s Hurts-An Intuitive, Creative…Healing Trauma in Creative, Sensitive and Gifted PeopleCommunication IsRemembering Columbine: Helping Creative, Highly Sensitive…How to Prevent Holiday Meltdowns!New Client Forms

Emotions Are Like Ocean Waves

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  Emotions are like ocean waves: Fight them and lose. Flow with them . . . for the ride of your life. −ScrapLady Sharon Barnes Related Posts:How to Ride Out Life’s Tough Times: Hang Loose in the…How to Help Your Creative, Sensitive or Gifted Kids Weather…Remembering Columbine: Helping Creative, Highly Sensitive…Are You Facing AdversityHow to Heal from Life’s Hurts-An Intuitive, Creative…Healing Trauma in Creative, Sensitive and Gifted PeopleCreating Beauty From Life’s Scraps — From a New…Life’s A Bicycle – How to Balance Your Life Like

Surrender the Moments as They Pass

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If you surrender completely to the moments as they pass, you live more richly those moments. Anne Morrow Lindbergh Related Posts:ProvidenceThe Quarrel with OneselfHappy HalloweenOde to Mothers…Umm….I Hate Mother’s…AboutI Hate Mothers DayThe difference between a creative person and a creative…Media Placements

Solutions to Problems May Be Found in the Circumstances

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There is no problem which does not have an appropriate solution. . . the solution often may be found in the circumstances creating the problem. – Napoleon Hill Related Posts:The First Duty of Every Human BeingLife Is Not a Problem To Be SolvedCompost is Nature’s Original Recycling ProjectGiftednessCreating Our WorldCreating Beauty from Life’s Scraps: The Foggy Days…Creating Beauty From Life’s ScrapsA SoulShirt™ = Wearing Your Soul On Your Sleeve –…