December 31, 2019

Meditation - Follow the Instruction

I sometimes say that having goals is a dangerous place to be when you are starting a meditation practice. Why is that?

December 24, 2019

The Magic of a Child’s View

Like some other posts here, I write this to remind myself as much as anything else. I fall into old habits very easily and then something happens that jolts me into a reminder that there is another way of seeing the world. Christmas this year has done just that.

Vulnerability Reflection
December 14, 2019

When you are the lone one amongst many

When you are the solitary introvert or HSP amongst many who are not. When you are the quiet one and your actions or needs are looked on as being off or odd. When you are looked on as not fitting in, and the sole justification is because of what everyone else is doing. When your different needs are seen as wrong because and simply because no one else present has them, and everyone else is doing something else. When societal expectations tell you that something is not quite right in how you show up, and you are judged accordingly.

Confidence Shame Vulnerability Introverts HSPs
November 18, 2019

Distracting myself - taking small bites

Those days when I can’t seem to find focus. My mind is looking for ways out. I can feel the resistance to what needs to be done. Time is wasted doing that which does not need to be done, following links on websites, reading that which is interesting but not necessary right now.

Productivity Meditation Bullet Journal
November 15, 2019

What I am learning from Microblogvember

Microblogvember is a challenge that is taking place on the platform through the month of November 2019. Each day Jean MacDonald, Community Manager at, uses a random word generator to get the prompt for that day, which she then shares with the community. Those taking part must then write a post containing the word.

Perfectionism Shame Vulnerability
October 31, 2019

Running from our Thoughts

During an afternoon Mentoring circle in Maui Community Correctional Center (MCCC) yesterday, I led a meditation. The meditation was on awareness. Initially I asked the men present to bring their awareness to the breath as a means to focus ourselves and to quiet the mind. To move away from the busyness of the day to the be present in where they were now.

Meditation Jail