Our topic was Expanding Your Wealth: How Living into Questions Can Inform Your Richness. We explored the many forms of currency that are invisible until we take a fresh look and how taking that fresh look can expand wealth in multiple dimensions. We identified some fallacies of conventional and unconventional talk about abundance, attraction, and value. We had a lovely time, and we both welcome your stories and questions.
Where did the weekly videos go?
If you’ve been looking for my weekly videos, I seem to have been on sabbatical. 😉 I’ve been sharing previous videos on social media and in my ezine. Here’s a recap of what you may have missed. ♥
There is no way it’s supposed to be
Sometimes we lives as though there is a way things should unfold, that certain things should happen and other things shouldn’t. Our spouses should be faithful. Loved ones should not get cancer. When we look more closely, though, we see that doesn’t make any sense at all. Click here or on the image to watch There Is No Way It Is Supposed to Be.
Nothing is an interruption
I don’t know about you, but I sometimes experience things as inconveniences or interruptions. When I do, they are problematic. But if we take a closer look, how can anything interrupt life? The only thing that interrupts life is arguing with what is. Click here or on the image to watch Nothing Is an Interruption.
When Going with the Flow Isn’t Working
This week, I reprise a video from March, 2016.
Have you ever felt like you were going with the flow, but the flow wasn’t serving up the insight, support, or momentum you needed? You doubt your choice and wonder if it might not make more sense, just this once, to push the river. What’s likely is that you aren’t going with the flow at all, but that you are standing in the river. This is something to see, not fix. (And the mystery continues…). Click here or on the image to watch.
Analysis paralysis versus a free mind
There’s a big difference between the analytical thinking we do with our personal minds and accessing wisdom. In a prep call for the July 2015 Wholeness Hangout (see below), Judy Sedgeman made a cogent observation about the relationship between insecurity and analytical thinking that shed, for me, new light on its limitations. Click here or on the image to watch.