Recently, I wrote that I have a theory that I’m calling Eternity Overlay. I say it’s a “theory,” but is it? Thinking about it as a theory is what gave me the idea of how I'd spend the next few blog posts (including this one): laying the groundwork for it. In order to understand the … Continue reading EO 1: Trying to Start Talking about the Eternity Overlay
Some weeks ago, my therapist suggested something, and it's stuck with me since. We were talking about how easily I slide into depression, and he said something like, "Do you think there might be an addictive component here?" He wasn't diagnosing. He wasn't accusing. He was just speculating. But it's been a very fruitful avenue … Continue reading Rhythm of Resilience – The Daily W’s
I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I have started the habit of trying to visit them, perhaps once a week. For more information on labyrinths, check out The Labyrinth Society. It was an absolutely gorgeous day today, … Continue reading Labyrinth #7: Unity Spiritual Center, Asbury, NJ
This morning, I attended my very first yoga class. Back in December, when I made it public that I would be taking some time off from work to focus on healing, a friend at church suggested that I consider doing it. In particular, she suggested "Yin Yoga," a special form of yoga that...well, it's better … Continue reading Yoga? Me? Really?