Update re’ update of Skating Thru 2012

I knew I’d be dragging my feet coming up with a new blog so this old one will be available, in shards, even as I chip away at it, deleting posts while I continue working my way through the losses of the past four years.  Despite the excellent horoscope Jonathan Cainer prepared in 2010 — paraphrased by me as “your life will be shit for the next five years” — I did manage to do some fairly amazing stuff–built a writer’s platform from scratch, wrote and published three books, wrote over 200 posts for the blog (many of them 1,000 words), blah, blah, blah (trying to find something positive here, which is somewhat embarrassing, having to work so hard at it, for someone who was once described by others as being “the light in the room” — even at a yoga ashram.  Still haven’t made a commitment to continuing –anything– because I am where I am and acceptance is about as good as it gets, but if you’re following me on Twitter or even here, you’ll be the first to know.  Apparently, grief takes as long as it takes.


Co-Creation, Step 2: Focus Your attention

Mike Dooley, author of Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic emphasizes the importance of consciously focusing one’s attention with thoughts, words, and deeds.  He writes, “What you think, say, and do are your fulcrums for life’s magic: … Continue reading


Co-Creation, Step 1: What do you want?

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Having a desire or wanting something sounds easy, but the truth is, wanting can be…complicated. Some say they have everything they want; they want nothing. If so, that implies they are 100% satisfied with every aspect of their life including … Continue reading

Why Focus is everything

Whether we’re hiking a skinny trail up high in the mountains with a drop-off edge plunging fifty feet through air or just trying to make it through the day, keeping your eye on the path is everything.

On that trail, not paying attention means you could die. In your life, it means losing sight of your dream. Same thing.


Manifesting or Co-Creating: Three Approaches

Most methods for success, especially in manifesting or co-creating include at least three basic elements: desire, attention, and belief.  We are told to formulate a desire, to give it attention with our thoughts, words, and/or actions, and to have belief, … Continue reading


Even the Bible says we’re supposed to be co-creators

My interest in the personal power of co-creation began as a child in Sunday school with stories of miracles by the Nazarene who said, according to the King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.), “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that … Continue reading


Conscious creation: getting past negativity

All protocols for co-creation stress “feeling good” no matter what because the universal law, “like attracts like,” means we get more of whatever we’re thinking about and feelings come from thoughts. Generally, feeling better can happen simply by changing your … Continue reading