It’s that time of the year when we celebrations begin – and of course Thanksgiving is the first on the list. As it’s name implies the tradition is about giving thanks, though most people think of it as an all you can eat kind of holiday!
Today’s Friday Photo comes from Philly, Pennsylvania. Standing next to the Liberty bell looking out at Independence Hall, the place where the declaration of independence and the constitution were debated and signed, caused me to reflect on many things. I wonder what the founding fathers would think of our country as it is today?
Feel like you are always pedaling uphill, or worse yet, your chain has come off and you are stuck where you are on your path? There are many things that can keep you stuck. Stuck in worry or fear or pain, or because of these things, in a lack of sleep.
It’s that time of the year when people make resolutions about what they are going to change in their lives. What I know is that if you don’t change on the inside, nothing changes externally (that weight, smoking, procrastination, etc), so I want to do something different for you.
Whether you’ve finished celebrating Hanukkah, are celebrating Christmas or Kwanzaa, we wish you a happy holiday season and for a new year filled with all the best of what you desire.
For some, this is not a merry time of the year. Those experiencing holiday stress, loneliness and loss find their way to our Center.
In a recent hypnosis certification class I talked about why hypnosis is so powerful in working with certain issues. The reason is very simple.
It’s a very special day. The last month I’ve been talking about the power of words and we’ve been looking at the origin of words. Today we’ll talk about the word fun.
After last weeks announcement of our musical event in April, some commented that it was an interesting idea – aka, out there. To that I respond, not really.