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in the yearning, in that seeking for understanding yourself better.
 
The journey requires a letting go of your need for doing, fitting in, and looking for outward validation and instead enjoy being, belonging, and awakening to the deep mysterious world within.
 
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May 26, 2019

Today, we have another heart to heart conversation with Char, Nancy and Vivian! We never know where these conversations are going to take us, but we are always impacted and enriched by the conversation.

 

Our lives have a format, almost a cadence to them that we don’t always understand. But in the same way that the spaces between music notes are as much a part of the music as the notes are, the punctuation in our lives adds to our stories. Join us as we dig in and see where we will end up.

 

Show Highlights:

 

  • Space is important in written word and even in music. With spoken word, we tend to want to fill every space.
  • It isn’t often that we get to have conversations where have the space to think and adapt.
  • All participants of a conversation aren’t always wanting the same thing out of the conversation.
  • The written word allows us to have the opportunity to edit our thoughts and words.
  • When you are with the right people, interruptions can be ok and aren’t always unwelcome.
  • Vivian finds herself grateful for poetry.
  • Char shares the poem, The Time Has Come by Derek Walcott
  • Sometimes our brain needs some distance from memories to be able to reflect on love and be open to the reality that what we think may not always be right.
  • Sometimes we have to direct our brain and re-direct our thought patterns so that we aren’t supporting changes we want to make.
  • An intuitive mind is a sacred gift.
  • We many times aspire to follow our hearts, while getting completely lost in our heads.
  • Why we run from our fears.
  • Vivian shares that the best decisions she has ever made in her life were not a result of her intellect - they were decisions made against all odds.
  • Facts and truth aren’t the same thing.
  • Change doesn’t last forever, but it is worth the discomfort when you get on the other side.
  • All the ladies share a tool from their tool kit to help you stay in touch with your heart and get out of your head.
  • The Guest House by Rumi