Posts tagged worthiness
Stop Feeling Sorry for Yourself and Change the Effing Channel

The last while for me was a chaotic dumping of insights in the form of painful and a seemingly embarrassing influx of memories.

That seems to be how the awakening process goes for me: I’m feeling relatively okay, I have a grasp on what I’m doing or what I think I want, I’m grateful, and then I make a comment or have a thought about being ready for “more,” and in comes the funnel of “Are You Ready for This?!”

Bam.

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Self-Care, Shmelf-Care

What a marketing term, “self-care.”

So many industries have really latched onto these words so that they can sell you what you “need” in order to “treat” yourself. Because you’ve “earned” it. Or better yet, you’re approaching burn-out and you’re nearly at your limit of giving and going and doing.

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5, 4, 3, 2, 1

Here's the thing, for all of my self-created imagery around being a free-spirited hippie-dippie-crunchy-mama, (labels are dangerous, people), I'm learning the limits of my free-spiritedness.  

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Time for (Virtual) Tea: Emotions and Worthiness

My kids have been three of my most potent spiritual teachers.  Kids speak riiiiight to the heart of the matter.  They poke riiiiiiiight at your buttons.  Or maybe I should just speak for myself here!...  

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"Show me good listening": The Musings of an Un-fun Mum

Honestly, how was this woman SO PATIENT?!  Her kids were like a whirlwind of terror, shoving each other, whipping stones in every direction, seemingly always one step away from tumbling right off of the climbing equipment.  I'm all about letting kids be kids, but in my earliest days of parenting my first child, these two gave me serious heart palpitations...

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