Sensitive? Gooooood!

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 6 Comments

In 1991, Dr. Elaine Aron, a psychologist and a sensitive, began studying the trait known as Sensory-Processing Sensitivity (SPS).  To her surprise it turned out that this is an innate trait and occurs not just in humans but in over 100 species!  It is normal. 

Change is Now, Now is Change

Posted by on Aug 6, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 4 Comments

Taking a pause in my morning inspirational readings, I sat back and gazed out into the yard.  The sun was at an angle so that it lit up a full, lush branch of pecan leaves from behind.  It was dazzling.  I was happy to see it and felt appreciation for the sight.  A little sun […]

Can You Rest?

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 10 Comments

Last week, Thursday afternoon, I felt a familiar ache on the right side of my throat.  I have only one tonsil (that’s another story) and it lets me know if I’m coming down with a cold.  My faithful cold-o-meter. Time to take extra immune-boosting supplements, eat nourishing food like homemade miso soup, drink plenty of […]

Nothing Like a Good Question

Posted by on Jul 8, 2015 in Entreprenurial Ponderings | 2 Comments

A question can reconnect you to your body, to your breath, to a friend. A question can set you free. Lately I’ve come across some questions that made me sit up and think.  The kind of questions that can send ripples through you. Questions you’ve longed to be asked and didn’t even know it.

Subtle Activism for Introverts

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Calling Visionary Entrepreneurs | 4 Comments

The Zone Subtle activism. Spiritual intervention. Planetary transformation. These are components of a project I’ve been participating in for several years now called the Gaiafield Project, based at the California Institute for Integral Studies.  “The Gaiafield Project promotes the study and practice of subtle activism, which affirms the power of consciousness-based approaches like global meditation […]

Summer 2015

Posted by on Jun 10, 2015 in Tips for Nurtured Entrepreneurs | 3 Comments

       

A Little Wisdom in Your Pocket

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Tips for Nurtured Entrepreneurs | 4 Comments

Do you have a little cache of go-to wisdom? Choice phrases that came your way and took up residence in your psyche? There they wait, ready to be drawn upon in times of need, a perfect morsel of guidance for the journey.  Rather than reacting with emotions of resentment, disappointment, or anger at a personality […]

A Deeper Layer of Self-Nurturing

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Tips for Nurtured Entrepreneurs | 4 Comments

Ah, self-nurturing! It might sound like bucolic bliss at first, but what does it really mean? Do you even know what nurtures you, personally, beyond your go-to comforts? What is deeply essential to your well-being? What helps you thrive and feel deeply alive? And, how do you feed those holy hungers and do it without […]

What is Essential?

I am re-examining how I spend my time, energy, and resources. This involves discipline and discernment. I know that my days seem to fly by and mostly they’re good days, but still there’s a shadow of doubt.

Feeding Holy Hungers

Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in Tips for Nurtured Entrepreneurs | 2 Comments

Years ago, in a book by Dr. Andrew Weil, I was struck by his encouragement to buy flowers, and his insistence on the importance of beauty to our well-being.  Until then, I’d bought flowers occasionally, but his affirmation of the deep value of beauty opened a door for me to buy flowers more routinely for […]

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