Category Archives: Essential Self
Why don’t I do what I REALLY DO want to do?
I unabashedly adore my “Leaning Into What You Really Want” worksheet because when I want something, this technique works with magical-feeling ease. Except when it doesn’t work at all. I used to believe that those instances meant I was “self-sabotaging” or that I didn’t REALLY … Continue reading
Entraining 101: Who’s pulling in whom
When two people meet, one often emotionally entrains the other. You have likely been in a room where everyone gets unsettled by one person’s anxiousness. And you’ve also seen one person’s kindness — even a private, not-outwardly-cheery joy — uplift a crowd. What was … Continue reading
All love is at first sight…
… And if you don’t love someone, you haven’t seen them (no matter how many times you’ve looked at them). Does these two ideas sound radical and even dangerous? Try the one-way love experiment Next time someone is talking to you, … Continue reading
Giving Way to Passion
Go directly here, to Kanesha Baynard’s blog, and experience how our passion is the force that moves us into a universe of possibility. And all we have to do is ALLOW it. Not fight it. Such a beautiful reality. Such … Continue reading
The Rule of Six….
… and not just Chapter 6 of The Art of Possibility by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander, either. But.. that too! This week’s contribution to On the Same Page — offered by Kayce Hughlett — matches the subject matter … Continue reading