Ok, so I don’t know about you guys, but in my culture the word “pride” has some negative connotations. I’ve been taught in my religion to be meek, humble - some would say pious - and that pride is an emotion to avoid. But is it? As a woman, there have been a number of … Continue reading Whatever you do today, do it with PRIDE
Last night I dreamt I was camping with my family. My whole family. As in, my dad was there too. We were in a group talking when I suddenly seemed to become more aware and turned to my left and said “Dad! You’re not supposed to be here! You died!” And he smiled, placed his … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Nine
I walked in the rain today. It was the type of rain that looks like pitiful specks of droplets floating down from the sky or like a gentle mist perhaps. Yet when you’re actually out in it, your glasses fog up, your hair goes frizzy and your pumps are soaking wet. Well, that’s how it … Continue reading Sometimes I feel like I’m living in the Truman Show.
Grounding: Day Twenty Seven In proper routine now. I grounded several times today just walking around my back garden to take bins out, sort the puppy and just because I felt like it. I have decided that for me, grounding clears my head and helps my focus. I’ve found myself spending less time on my … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Seven
Grounding: Day Twenty Six I spoke about my grounding experience here. Today I have felt almost like the normal Laura. I joked with the kids, made a delicious stir fry for lunch, managed an epic fail at a chocolate hedgehog cake AND maintained in a good mood throughout the evening. I haven’t felt this good … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Six
In my post The Pathway to Healing is not Simple, I promised that next time I go out for a walk I’ll share some beautiful hidden treasures in Swindon. Today is the day, I got ready for school run, dropped the kids off and ventured out wherever my heart compelled me to go. I anticipated … Continue reading Messages from Heaven
Grounding: Day Twenty Four Today I acted as Nurse Burton because all three of my children were unwell with fevers and upset stomachs. Once all the boys were settled, I took the opportunity to clear out my kitchen. I want the energy to flow easily in my home. I absolutely hate clutter, and yet having … Continue reading Grounding: Day Twenty Four