In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Pick Your Potion.” Reflective tonight for a Monday night and can’t figure out what the feeling is all about. This circumstance is pretty unusual for a Monday because feelings of this day of the week typically are heard loud and clear. The beginning of the week full withContinue reading “Bergamont-Mindful Monday”
One of my best friends and I started our new tradition called blog breakfast. A time when we could get together share about our blog life and catch up stories from since we have been together. During the first part of the morning we laughed, ate too much and did everything but blog. Like gradeContinue reading “A new life in bloom”
Historic Third Ward, Milwaukee Wisconsin In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symmetry.” I was walking down the street this morning and passed the perfect opportunity of symmetry illuminated by a bright blue sky.
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”
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!”
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?”