Focus image, branch Photo Credit: Mabel Amber

Gratitude: Focus on the Good Life

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             At the end of March every I like to review my year, my dreams and goals that encompass all of my life. I get out large sheets of thick bristol board and go general and specific. They are my desires that I hope will enhance my life. They include things like, swimming or reading or making a mural, to remember to call my friends and family, etc. I update and… Read More »

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Gratitude Challenge Grouped Items - Conscious Life Space

Stepping into Gratitude – 7 Day FREE FOREVER Course

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12           3SharesThe journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step. Sometimes when things aren’t going as we had hoped or we are going through some rough times it is easy to focus on what isn’t working. Sometimes things are just fine and you still want to express even more gratitude. Whichever state of being you are in at this time, it can help to put things in perspective and… Read More »

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Woman and ape sitting together - photo art by Stefan Keller - Conscious Life Space

Do only humans have souls, or do animals possess them too?

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424          10SharesIn common parlance, the word ‘soul’ pops up everywhere. We may speak of a vast, soulless corporation or describe an athlete as the ‘heart and soul’ of his team. Soul music gets us swaying. We want our lover, body and soul. In each case, ‘soul’ connotes deep feeling and core values. ‘Feelings form the basis for what humans have described for millennia as the … soul or spirit,’ the neuroscientist Antonio… Read More »

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Lemon Pie - Conscious Life Space - photo credit: Whitney Wright

I remember you and your plump pies…

Thank you Maggie Rodwheil

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 15  1       7SharesWhen I was in third grade, my parents hired a “maid,” who was in her late 50’s, by the name of Maggie Rodwheil. It was an erroneous title, as the job required her to be a substitute mother and a cook, who generously helped to clean up after eight people. She happened to be an excellent chef, and she worked 10-hour days, to cover for the time when our mother… Read More »

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