Cut + Paste Wisdom: Miraculous Results

What connotes a miracle? Can any little moment in the day be a miracle OR does it have to come out of the sky in technicolor? I mean really. We’re talking miracles here. I’m of the belief that the former is true. Believing in miracles goes against my Aristotle and Kierkegaard loving inquiring mind, but my soul craves to find beauty in the simple poetics of everyday life. That being said…does today’s C+P Wisdom cause a conundrum? A miracle is seemingly the last thing on earth (or earthly depending upon your slant) that would be looking for results. Anyway you slice it…it’s worth a deep inhale and at least a thought or two on what your soul has to think about all this. in other words, don’t answer with your head! Quiet the monkey-chatter in your head and let your soul listen intently to your divine inner voice – that in itself is a miracle on any given day.

Go on a Soul’s Journey to seek an answer…try starting with the Best selling audiobooks on iTunes. My car is often my listening sanctuary…no teens asking for a meal & no a single lovable but barking dog. Ahhh….4-wheelin’ serenity. The Age of Miracles: Embracing the New Midlife (Unabridged) – Marianne Williamson is a great place to start for women of a certain age (like me!). Enjoy.

Teaching Guide.

I have been out and about lately. Actually, not really getting my groove on or hitting up the club scene or any otherwise wacky behavior, but out. I’ve been trying new yoga and fusion classes, and what I’ve found to be the new universal truth…not all classes are created equal. Nor are instructors. I always felt it truth-bearing to call myself a “guide”. I do believe that I am a teacher in all its descriptions –  years of gained personal experiences, acquired wisdom handed down by generous mentors, certifications and degrees (the least important in my opinion), low-valleys of life transformed into peaks of insight, and most importantly the humble knowledge that teaching has nothing to do with the teacher and everything to do with the student. That being said, “guide” leaves the possibility for the students own sense of self to merely be led on a path where their authentic world unfolds. I like that.