“Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my mind the most.” So right!!! I feel vulnerable and self conscious and embarrassed. I used to call it mind slippage and got away with that. Then, in about 3 days or less I could no longer hide my real self. She just hopped all around me and left me breathless and with mind slippage I could not longer laugh about.
“Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” Carl Jung
Sleep deprivation is the pits and I am trying valiantly to get my body regulated so I can restore, refresh, integrate, find my creativity, and embrace each day with pleasure and joy……
If I suffer in silence, chances are I won’t get what I need or want…….because who knew??
Magic can go a long way in this time of unrest, upheaval, fear, chaos……
My move from Toronto to Kalamazoo has aged me about 15 years. I pray I come out of this with some youth and vigour……..
Remember compassionate mindfulness and remember to tell the truth. They go together, particularly in today’s world where we are so often faced with uncertainty, lies, misinformation, prejudice……..
Love, laughter, grace, and good will. Add compassionate mindfulness and you have a recipe for relationship and living a life that makes sense and allows everyone to flourish.
Wishing a blessed season for all and a magical New Year…….together we can intentionally make it exactly that
magic and miraculous for us all….
The old lady in the mirror looks pretty raggity but she does have a few things to say….