I've been reading about the moon phases recently, and it's pretty fascinating. (Stay with me here, I promise not to get too metaphysical...) There's a woman named Ezzie Spencer, PhD, who developed a program called, "Lunar Abundance", the practice of setting an intention at the New Moon, and then tracking that intention across the other seven phases, culminating in the Full Moon. It's an exercise of reflection - both at the onset, to figure out what the heck you want to manif
My mind has been so full of so much planning, I'm nauseous from all the reeling and spinning to get things done - for the summer, for the kids, the house, bills, the dog, vacation logistics. Blah, blah, freakin'-blah. And believe me, I am painfully aware of how "first world" all of these issues are, but that doesn't discount or minimize the brain space they all take up. It's depleting and disorienting and it's driving me a little mad, to be perfectly honest. And on top of
"I have long life and had many troubles, most of which never happened." - Mark Twain "When you don't do your best, you break your own heart." - Tom Todoroff, acting coach "I've never met a bored person who isn't boring." - Elizabeth Gilbert, author "Beware of 'the right time'. The time is now." - Tom Todoroff "There are people who prefer to say 'yes', and there are people who prefer to say 'no'. Those who say 'yes' are rewarded by the adventures they have. Those who say '