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The Who of You… December 23, 2010

What would happen if we all decided to leave ourselves alone and simply show up… with ALL of who we are and our so-called “stuff?  I for one hope that we all have some stuff because the older we get the more we have.  It is what makes us human and fallible and conscious.  Without it we wouldn’t be our rich full intricate selves… Think of it as a Jackson Pollock life.  The more intricate the paint splatter the more interesting we become.  So what if we allowed ourselves to be vulnerable, open with out all the obfuscation of the thoughts of what we “Should”be?

There’s that word again… should. We all have moments of piling a lot of should on ourselves but again… Breathe stay in the moment and ask yourself what might you be frightened of as to allow yourself to not show up authentically. I have an idea!! Live a so-called expressionists life!! And what I mean by that is be brave!! Throw some paint around! We might not be Mr. Pollock but our lives might be expressionally fun!

Be Bold! Be Brave!

Love and Light



The Who of You… May 13, 2010

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I am going to start a weekly posting called “The Who of You”. Of course there will be the other regular musings to read but this one is special.  I have had very unique thought about love for a while…. There are a lot of books out in the world the talk about the “What’s” and the “How’s” of being in the dating and love world.  It all seems to focus on the exterior. The hugely successful books “He’s just not that into you” or “The Rules” never focus on the who…. Like, hey do you even like him? How do you feel about you? What makes you sing? What are your joys?…. The inside of you. Who truly are you in this world?

We live in a world that lives on an IV drip of real-time information and we don’t stop to see and listen to our own inner voice to hear who we are.  So it is all about what we are, our job, our home, our car and what we can provide.  What’s the first thing you ask when meeting someone at a party… it’s usually What do you do for a living?  That’s the What of a person..How about What’s the last book you read or What did you want to be when you grew up. Stop for  a minute and think about our society and how it supports the what of us and not the who.  So how can we be expected to enter a relationship that is supported by the who. We have lived this way for centuries so how can be begin to shift this thought process?

This is just the beginning of my musing of the who of you!


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