Outside the inside door

Emotional jumbles can lead to pure understanding when we allow it to happen.  It does not take analysis, mind power or pain to find the clarity necessary to feel the depth of your heart. When we dig deep enough a straight path emerges from our soul. Our best understanding comes from simply listening to ourContinue reading “Outside the inside door”

Bad peace

As I watch the world around me I can’t help but think how blessed Diane, Josh and my family are today. In the landscape of the horrible Paris attacks by ISIS it is almost impossible to wrap your head around 128 people dead in your city. We were out last night for dinner with friends.  TheContinue reading “Bad peace”

Peace of mind

Close your eyes and think for a minute in total silence of the most peaceful place in your home. You can do it go ahead now Imagine that place in your head. Remember every inch of it. The smell of the place maybe how it looks. Describe it with your feelings. How does that placeContinue reading “Peace of mind”

This is how I see it….

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Ready, Set, Done.” I have reflected on the world a lot lately. My reflections include Josh heading off to college, my teams awesome accomplishments at work,  Diane’s new job and God bringing me home to Eastbrook Church. A lot of change that typically is really stressful.  HoweverContinue reading “This is how I see it….”

Mindful

What makes us aware? Is it something we see or hear? Does a certain feeling make us mindful about what is happening in our life. Is it a punch in the arm, a red brick or the wind knocked out of us that will make us more aware of our place life. My guess isContinue reading “Mindful”

How Germane!

My good friend Jan has challenged me and some others to Blog Throw down for National Blog Posting Month. The challenge is to write a blog each day in the month of November. It is truly german that I have accepted a challenge from Jan. She is an outstanding author; publishing professional reports, system analysis,Continue reading “How Germane!”

What is the meaning of Temenos?

Temenos is a greek word meaning a sacred, protected space; psychologically, descriptive of both a personal container and the sense of privacy that surrounds an analytical relationship. Jung believed that the need to establish or preserve a Temenos is often indicated by drawings or dream images of a quaternary nature, such as mandalas. The symbolContinue reading “What is the meaning of Temenos?”