Wall to wall advertising on cell phones, TV, and flyers bombard us with images of what we presumably need. These things are many times unnecessary, overly faddish, and out of our budget.
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Breathnach describes how “. . . the seeds of simplicity, order, harmony, beauty, and joy send their roots deep down into the earth of everyday existence.” In your mind, what comprises the opposite of this description? Do these negative adjectives include words such as monstrous, massive, menacing, disproportionate, messy, overstuffed, mismatched, out of place, jarring, …Read the Rest
In her book “Loving what is: Four questions that can change your life,” Katie suggests our perceived trouble can be reduced to a “thinking” problem. In other words, how we frame life events is the determinant of our happiness. What if the driving force for mental peace was us, as opposed to an outside person …Read the Rest
One of the ultimate onlooker activities is the interaction within corporate walls – specifically, the mainstay we know as the company meeting. These invariably disintegrate into alpha control and subservient roles, with the majority either remaining silent – or, participating in the charade.
In “The Holographic Universe,” Talbot describes research which suggests “a deeper level of order in the universe exists.” Given the right circumstances and events, he further argues that new patterns of thinking and viewing the world may emerge.
In our quest to grab more of the goodies, a singular focus sometimes blinds us to the obvious. If however we made relaxation a priority, we might just see connections that remain hidden.