Tag Archives: mental-health
Aloha Chickadees, I mentioned in my last post that I was deprived of birdsong and other pleasures while recovering this summer. Well one day during this unwanted ‘detour’, my daughter entered my bedroom and immediately stopped to hear more … Continue reading
Hello again! When I came across the quote above attributed to Ciceroin the surprisingly well written,recently released book, Proof of Heaven, by the neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander, I knew it, not 21 days and counting, would be the title of my … Continue reading
Aloha Lovely Reader, “Like a wet washcloth, the mind takes the shape of whatever it rest upon. If you routinely rest your mind on the self-criticism, anger, or anxious rumination, your mind will take a negative shape” I am in … Continue reading
“Touch is a much more sophisticated system than we ever realized.It effects our health on many levels. And it doesn’t have to come from another person.” Dr. Matthew J. Hertenstein, DePauw University.
How and where we focus our attention can actually promote growth in core areas of the brain connected to well-being. This is why learning the art and skill of discernment is so important. What is discernment? The dictionary definition is … Continue reading