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Sometimes the Gold is Hard to Spot

One of the things I love about being a photographer is how looking through the lens changes my perspective. Try doing this with a Knarly situation. Ask yourself, how do I feel, then what is true for me AND what is true from the perspective of the other person. Then ask yourself, what can I do? Listen deeply. Our wisdom lies within each of us. The answers will arise. Just as I look through the camera lens, slowing down to let the subject show me its gold, it’s true nature.

Gold Leaves

Synchronicity — connecting the puzzle opens amazing things in life…

I was recommended to a physical therapist. She is from India where I lived.  When she asked what I did and I told her, she said “We need you.”  I gave her a copy of Less Clutter More Life.  She walked out to her assistant and said, “This woman is going to help us with our paper.”  Her assistant used to live in Grenada, West Indies  — where I also lived. Today when I went back, I discovered my physical therapist received her training in Postural Restoration in Lincoln, NE  — 100 miles from where I grew up.  Puzzle…

Facing My Closet

Thank you Rae, darling daughter, who helped me have the energy to face my closet. Plunged in. Grabbed gobs of hangers and put them on the Bed. Now at least there was a little room to maneuver. Decided to prune out my closet. Had to start by being brutal. Now down to business. Make it Easy. Haven’t worn it in a year? Toss!  New policy. Re-gift, donate or just throw it away. Who would want to wear THAT?  Enjoy the clear view. Clear the blockage. Wow it feels good. A new energy. Rebirthing my true me.