I have a practice of evening meditation. It's the last thing I do before bed, designed to help unspool my mind after a long day so that I will be minimally inflicted by insomnia or otherwise restless sleep. When I first started this practiced, and again when I renewed it, I would play either soft … Continue reading Meditations After Nightfall
A look back at October 2018.
That post yesterday, about riding the struggle bus? It's amazing what a little energy work will do. Last night I released my negative energy in a formal ritual. I got peace in the neighborhood, my phone works correctly again, and a bunch of other things started lining up just so. Even returned to pleasant sleep. … Continue reading Release of Negativity
Life has a funny way of testing your resolve. Insomnia returned with a vengeance last night, making this morning harder to deal with after several mornings of "better." They changed out the lightbulbs above my desk at work, so now it's blinding to the point of migraine-inducing. Allergies have kicked into high gear. My phone's … Continue reading The Struggle Bus
Timing is everything. This weekend, I picked up the iHome Zenergy, which combined with melatonin, my evening meditation rituals, and the other tools of the trade that I implement to block out obnoxious neighborhood noise, all seems to be working well in conjunction. I'm now at three nights and three mornings of restful sleep and … Continue reading Winds of Change
I'm employing a new weapon in the battle against insomnia.
It does no good to outline a plan if you don't bother to follow through, and since the only one who will hold me accountable is me, it's time to take a look at how I did this month. At the beginning of the year, I said I that don't bother with resolutions anymore, but … Continue reading January 2018 Overview and Assessment
I'm back from the country retreat today. Returned last night, did a lot of nothing. Blogworthy stuff, I know... Makes for exciting reading. The week away did me a world of good. I feel like I'm starting the year with a better foothold on the future. Meditation, finances... it seems small, but these things contribute … Continue reading Back in Action
Happy New Year, everyone! Welcome to 2018. It's that time, so I wanted to talk about resolutions. We've all seen them in action. Most of us have tried our hands at them and probably failed. The last resolution I made was back some 30 years ago. I swore never to make another new year's resolution. … Continue reading New Year, New Strategies
In a classic case of "out of sight, out of mind" (as it is with almost any ebook I get because it's not staring at me from my bookshelf), I bought this as part of a multi-volume special and summarily forgot I had it. Now that some measure of peace and quiet has returned to … Continue reading Mudras for Beginners: Your Ultimate Beginners Guide to using Simple Hand Gestures for achieving Everlasting Health, Rapid Weight Loss and Easy Self Healing by Advait Edgaonkar