Here are some journaling questions from the book “Going Beyond the Little White Book” by Liz Worth, from the chapter “Three of Swords”. I’ve been working on these the past week, and I’ve edited out some of the more personal, super-deep stuff that came up during writing this. I have to admit, this process was surprising.… Read More Journal Questions for Three of Swords
Last year when I was on my “get rid of everything we’re not using” purge after Hurricane Irma, I found my small collection of Tarot cards tucked up on a high bookshelf. I hadn’t really looked at them for years, so I was just going to donate all of it without any thought, but for… Read More emotional flashcards, narrative resonance, and morning pages
“For One Who Is Exhausted” by John O’Donohue When the rhythm of the heart becomes hectic, Time takes on the strain until it breaks; Then all the unattended stress falls in On the mind like an endless, increasing weight. The light in the mind becomes dim. Things you could take in your stride before Now… Read More “For One Who Is Exhausted”
(I apologize if this got posted twice, something up with my feeds…) Back at the beginning of the year, I decided my thing for 2018 was going to be wellness and health and getting myself back on track. My intention was to shrug off the low mood with time and self-care. I thought that maybe… Read More and, so what now?
(As I write this, Tropical Storm Gordon is rolling over our area- yay, Florida!) Okay, so one year ago- cancer and a hurricane. All in the same week! Good times. As far as Tom’s cancer… you think when you get that kind of news it kind of knocks you over, and it does, but you’re… Read More cancer and a hurricane
So Delilah passed, Tom’s mom passed, I went through an unexpected health crisis with my foot, and then…. Donald Trump came on the scene. One picture sums up my personal issue with Trump: Look, I get it if you don’t see the big deal with Trump and think us progressives have been overreacting. To be… Read More “’til selfish gain no longer stain the banner of the free”
(Kind of a part two of the post on depression I wrote a few days ago…) I was kind of wondering when, exactly, this whole long-term depression thing started. Because I was fine-ish, and then I wasn’t. I have been doing a TON of research on depression and all the different aspects of it, as… Read More recent history
Hi. How are you? Long time, no talk. [I’m not going to proofread and edit this, so I apologize in advance for any disjointedness.] The last time I posted I talked a little bit about “enduring” vs. growing, living, thriving, etc. And about how “wellness” was my word/idea for 2018- how I was going to… Read More decks dark