I love Fall despite the fact that every year I have a touch of nostalgia and depression. I love picking apples, making pies and pickles, and preparing for Thanksgiving.
I have recently started reading (well listening on Audio book) Defy Gravity, by Caroline Myss. It’s remarkable that even in the change of seasons, I require a change of motivational speaker. In the times where I am facing the darkest knight of the soul, I choose Caroline. I believe, that for me, she has a “snap out of it” personality that wakes me up and gives me that jolt that I need to truly SNAP OUT OF IT! She is the voice of reason for me and my soul.
Now in the summertime, I was completely hooked on Wayne Dyer’s podcasts. He does a live call-in show every week on Hay House Radio. His peaceful demeanor and forthright thoughts enlighten me. He certainly does not get me through the dark knight even though I wish he would. I guess I like the tougher, push me around types of personalities for that.
I’ve posted some of my daily affirmations, that I created myself, when I feel a picture and my thoughts coincide. I have the thought long before the picture in fact. I believe that this is a very therapeutic method of healing, as I feel that I am creating my own destiny and affirmations to get me through the toughest times. I hope that you are able to save them and use them in your time of need.
This recession is certainly getting a lot of people down. No jobs, dead end jobs that we want to leave, more boiled dinners and not enough strip loin on the tables. I have finally resorted to something every family should do, BUDGET. I am pleasantly surprised with myself as I want for nothing and fulfill my needs quite well.
I guess it’s a mixture of daily affirmations, Caroline Myss, Wayne Dyer and a few episodes of Til Debt Do Us Part, that has instilled these new great traits.
Whatever you are going through and if it is the Dark Knight of the Soul, I invite you to write me at http://www.consulttrina.com/. No worries, even though it is a business website, I’m a human and mother before I will ever be a worker.