Energy, Part 3

According to WHO (the World Health Organization), mental health is:  “… a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.” Thanks to my experience, I … More Energy, Part 3

Energy, Part 2

“Energy is the common denominator in all dimensions of our lives. Physical energy capacity is measured in terms of quality (low to high) and emotional capacity in quality (negative to positive). These are our most fundamental sources of energy because without sufficient high-octane fuel no mission can be accomplished.” (The Power of Full Engagement: Managing … More Energy, Part 2

Grounding

I photographed this tree in a public park in Dublin Ireland last year. I could have easily spent hours communing with this amazing tree.  I was seeking a few moments communicating with the tree, learning lessons for my life. Most trees give me a sense of “as above, so below”; a reaching for the heavens … More Grounding

Blooming

Just the other day I noticed how wonderfully colorful my yard is.  Having perennial plants flowering is an amazing gift received without much effort at all. The same can be true for you! Yes, you need to find the best location for the plant to root itself, and actually do a bit of work digging … More Blooming

Weep

While riding my bike on a local bike trail I saw this downed tree. The sweet smell of an evergreen filled the air as I rode by the trunk laying beside the trail. There is something about the distinct smell of an evergreen that causes me to take notice, and breathe the essence of that … More Weep