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December 2016

The Mindset of Play

Posted by Susan Dix in Resilience

Learning How to be More Creative   I was reminded today in my meditation of the importance of play. Thought I would pass it along – lately I keep getting reminded that I am too serious these days. There is nothing like laughter and fun…

Do you want more resilience?

Posted by Susan Dix in Resilience

There are lessons that nature shows us every day. Lessons born from the innate knowing, biology and instincts of animals. If we pay attention, these animal “guides” or totems will show us through metaphor what needs focus in our lives. What could help to overcome…

Want increased success?

Posted by Susan Dix in Resilience

Are you clear about your goals and what you want for your life now, in the next year, 5 or 10?  Most people overestimate what they can get done in a month or a year, but underestimate what they can do in 5 years’ time….

Setting your Intentions

Posted by Susan Dix in Resilience

Setting your intentions is so important.  What do I mean by that?  I mean imagine what you desire and really feel it as already existing in your life.  Then say to your self – I accept this AND MORE.  That’s right – be open to…

Happy September!

Posted by Susan Dix in Resilience

This week my 9 year old son, Dylan, started 4th Grade at his new Elementary school.  He was excited and unable to sleep the night before.   Do you remember how that felt?  I remember feeling that way before those first days of school.  Unsure of…

Accessing the Power of Gratitude

Posted by Susan Dix in Practice

The practice of gratitude as a tool for happiness has been in the mainstream for years. Long-term studies support gratitude’s effectiveness, suggesting that a positive, appreciative attitude contributes to greater success in work, greater health, peak performance in sports and business, a higher sense of…

Recognizing Your Inner Beauty

Posted by Michele Powers in Uncategorized

Inspiration From The Words of Ralph Waldo Emerson Three years ago I packed up my MDX along with my then 6 year old son, Dylan, and we took off on an adventure.  We spent the next 7 weeks or so camping in our national parks and visiting…