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Crossing The Threshold
Introversion - Life in the Rear View Mirror Oct 24, 2015 When looking at my life as an introvert and HSP, I can spend a lot of time gazing into the rear view mirror. Why? Because for the greater part of my The Silence of Male Introverts & HSPs? Sep 24, 2015 I wrote this piece to explore some thoughts and observations that have been going through my mind. I’ve been thinking a lot about introversion and Letting Go - A Lesson From the Road Aug 25, 2015 I am not long back from a summer holiday visiting family and friends in different parts of the US and UK. Six weeks on the road. I have be away for Being Interviewed by Melissa Schwartz - Video Jul 10, 2015 Melissa Schwartz of Leading Edge Parenting, where she coaches parents of highly sensitive children, recently interviewed me. Our discussion looked Medicine Walk - Reflections Jun 25, 2015 A little under two weeks ago I wrote about the Medicine Walk that I was planning to embark on. The time that I went out on the walk coincided with a Digital Focus (aka Mindfulness Bell) Jun 20, 2015 As I journal and reflect on the Medicine Walk that I went on last Monday, I am reminded of the importance of some digital tools that I make use of Medicine Walk - Setting Intention Jun 11, 2015 This coming Monday, June 15, I will be spending the day on a Medicine walk. I am taking the time now to share this with you as witnesses to my Some Days Suck… May 22, 2015 Some days suck and yesterday was one of them for me. That was the downside. The upside happened as the day drew to a close with a bit of wisdom that Making Friends with Boredom Apr 16, 2015 Boredom is an interesting beast. I don’t know if it is who I hang out with, but few weeks go by without someone complaining of “feeling bored.” Trust In Your Natural Wisdom Mar 6, 2015 Buddhism speaks of Buddha Nature, the fundamental nature of all beings. This is our natural, inate wisdom free from all obscurations. It is a state What the Tibetans Taught Me About Quiet Time Feb 4, 2015 I am writing this on a flight back to the US from England. I have spent the last two weeks in the UK, where I was born, visiting with family and Landing in a New Place Jan 14, 2015 Yesterday my wife and I traveled across the country, the US that is, from the north west corner to the south east in order to spend a week with my How to Approach Difficult Situations … and Manage Those Holiday Blues Dec 24, 2014 A lot of good advice has been offered online on how introverts and HSPs can manage the social demands that might come their way over the holiday Thresholds Dec 17, 2014 The URL to this website is made up of the words “Crossing The Threshold.” While it informs my work, I have until now made no reference to its An Attitude of Gratitude Nov 21, 2014 Every Thursday evening at a yoga class that I use to attend we started class by sitting in a circle, introducing ourselves, expressing any injuries An Aesop Fable and Introversion Nov 14, 2014 We have been experiencing some very windy weather here in the Pacific North West. Accompanied by some unseasonably cold temperatures, the wind chill Broad Shoulders Aren’t Always Necessary Nov 1, 2014 How do you deal with those situations where someone dishes out an attack on you, offering accusatory remarks that are untrue? Their words are spoken Keeping the Gremlins at Bay Oct 24, 2014 See if this rings true for you? You’ve just got off a telephone call or are out of a meeting where something was said to you that felt like a blow Strive for Perfection, Stay in Practice Sep 21, 2014 Practice - to rehearse, to work at, to train; from the Greek Praktikos - active, practical. Practice is a word that we use to describe our Meditation In Service of Introverts Aug 30, 2014 Meditation and introversion have something in common - the mind. For introverts the mind is a place of activity, but also a place of refuge. Next page