I've written before about being organized in your workplace from a time management standpoint. But have you ever thought of the environment you work in as a representation of energy? Whether you understand the Law of Attraction or have never heard of it, consider this.
Though this is not one of the customary topics of this blog, it is something that speaks to me today, and therefore I would like to speak to you of it. This column is ordinarily about those things that “All Make Sense to Me”, and not about that which doesn’t. Nevertheless, I am having difficulty moving onto the “sense” of things again, until after addressing the “senselessness” of the past week.
Life has a tendency to be confusing. Just about when you think you have it all figured out, someone changes the ground rules. What if I told you there was a magical instruction booklet to your life? Well there is, and it comes in the form of your own Personal Numerology Chart.
Getting in touch with your intuition is increasingly important these days for reducing stress from information overload.
- Should you look at your Facebook feed tonight?
- Which movie in your huge "to watch" list online do you view?
- Which book in your increasing "to read" digital list do you read?
- How about which websites, emails, classes or online groups should you visit, read, attend or join?
The list is endless and only getting longer as the digital age grows more flexible and accessible in our daily lives.
Confucius said, “When you meet a noble person, emulate them. When you meet an evil person, look within.” But why? Because you only ever do unto others what you’ve done to yourself already. Conversely, you do to yourself what you’ve done to others. Both are equally true, as well as equally telling.
"There's nothing we can't turn into prayer if that is our intention." were among the first words spoken by photographer Catherine Jansen at Circle of Miracles, an interfaith community of which I have been part for nearly 11 years. Admitting to a "love affair with India" that has lasted 30 years, Philly area (by way of Atlanta, Georgia) mother of two who was raised in the Greek Orthodox Church, became fascinated with the country during her initial stay in an ashram where she mostly "saw the insides of my eyelids" in meditation. Since then, she has visited multiple times, each time, bringing back with her, sweet memories of the people she encountered and thousands of photographs that catalog her experiences for posterity and the appreciation of those who view them. Such was the case as our community vicariously experienced The March of the Nakeds. It is described in this way by the artist herself: