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Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Change, Family, Lessons, Life | 0 comments

Flowing Like Water

Flowing Like Water

I have to admit, it feels rather strange only writing on here once per week.

There are times I catch myself talking to you … forming a thought in writers’ words to describe my moment.

And then I realize I’m done with the daily posting over here.

And then I realize, it’s my blog, and that doesn’t have to be the case.

So instead, I may pop in twice-weekly, or perhaps sometimes bi-weekly.

I think I’m going to just go with the flow.

Let go.

Let flow.

And right now, my flow is finishing a grand total of FOUR websites. Yes. Four.

I’m a little loca over here in Chico.

But soon I’ll be a little loca in Oregon.

I’m heading up for a working-vacation to see my brother who is visiting from New York, and to visit with the rest of my family.

The last time I headed up thataway I was in an amazing internal space. I was seeing the world—no—the Universe as ONE entity. I was able to gracefully engage with members of my family that aren’t just the pushers of my most irritable/painful buttons, but seem to be the buttons themselves.

I suppose it will be a great time to start meditating a bit more regularly, and get ready for my daily meditation journey.

It has become painfully apparent that if I don’t have some rigid goal in place, I just won’t find the time to meditate.

Looks like I picked another excellent year-long internal pilgrimage to embark on.

I know meditation is a near-necessity in my life—much like drinking water. But without strict guidelines or tangible 16 oz. glasses right by the spring water jug, these holistically healthy elements will stay in the realm of fantasy.

So in order to not live my life with “shoulds,” I choose goals, strategies, and daily implementations.

Here’s to a life fully lived—consciously, productively, and wholly.



cheers to the flow




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