Creating Your Space for Peace

Devoting a separate space for contemplative practice, no matter its size, is important to sustained peace and well-being. There is something restorative about leaving the demands of our busy lives “out there” and entering a space that is solely dedicated to healing,...

How Clutter Sabotoges Prosperity

Why do some people experience greater levels of economic success than others? How do you take your economic condition beyond your current state to a whole new level of prosperity? And what impact, if any, does clutter, physical and mental, have on true economic...

From Well-Being to State of Being

Thanksgiving is over. But my life and well-being have been enhanced by the experience. I am so grateful for and blessed with family and friends. We may not all sing from the same sheet of music but our connections and intentions are authentic and often heartfelt. I...

The Yummy Home

Having a sense of home, its comfort and its visual appeal are all very important in nurturing our spirit. Enjoying home is much like describing a great meal. It should be delectable to the eye, even “highly pleasing”. For many of us, it must be comfortable and a true...

About Serenity

Serenity is a practice in mindfulness. It requires focus, contemplation and practice. A contemplative room should also be serene and simple, the use of furniture and decor, minimal. Peace needs space to breathe and as such, requires many empty spaces, an openess, a...

Life Really is Simple

I attended my first Emotional Freedom Technique (“tapping”) class a month ago and made an interesting discovery. This tapping technique is interesting and curiously effective. Although, this was not my initial reaction when I saw it being presented during...