Joy is a natural consequence of acceptance and love.
As we head into the long Labor Day weekend, I’ve been thinking about acceptance and joy. As I work my way through this journey towards a more joyful life, towards finding the most joy and happiness in my life, I am discovering that the more I accept myself – and that includes my past, my failures, my mistakes, the more joy naturally fills my world.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Today’s post is up at Jennifer Hall’s blog, Dancing in the Rain. Jennifer runs a guest post series called “The View From Here.”
I am humbled and honored that Jennifer chose to include my post, “On Being a Jewish Mother“ as this week’s feature.
Please stop on by and take a read!
Last night I started the first book on that insane list, Chakras for Beginners by David Pond. The extent of my knowledge at the beginning of this journey is that there are seven chakras and they have to do with life balance.
I don’t know the names of all the chakras, but I know some from a regular yoga practice about the Third Eye chakra, the Root chakra, the Sacral chakra, and the Crown chakra. I guess that’s as good a place as any to start. Continue reading
I’ve been cleaning house this summer, and as I clear out my books, one of the things I’ve noticed is that I have an extraordinary number of self-help books. I’m not talking a few, I’m talking dozens. I’ve probably invested many hundreds of dollars, possibly thousands, in these little tomes of wisdom over the years. Continue reading