Archive for the 'Photography, Images' Category

Making Time for Retreat: The “Good Person” Syndrome

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

Do you have the “good person syndrome”? Check and see if the following (faulty) unconscious personal rules may be why you, too, find it hard to make time for retreat:

“I wish that for you too…”

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Listen for their dream, even if it seems to you to be the wildest, most unattainable fantasy that ever existed.

And when you hear that dream, or maybe not even a dream, but what sounds like just a casual statement of desire for something in life (people test you with the little things first), try saying, truly meaning it:

“Yes. I wish that for you too.”

All My Mistakes Have Become Masterpieces…

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

How would it change things if you believed that your mistakes were actually the beginning of masterpieces?

Life Lessons from Photography #1: Detach from Expectations and Assume the Positive

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

I've learned a lot from being a photographer, and from doing many photo shoots…so I thought I'd share some of my discoveries with you! Here's the start of a new series, found here and on my new, "Inner Path of Photograhy" blog (click here) . This series is for everyone, photographer or not, for the [...]

I’m Back!…New Photography Services

Tuesday, May 1st, 2007

"Honoring Inner. Creating Outer" has been my tag line for some time now. While it was originally designed to reflect my work in counseling and healing, where I help others to find their inner essence and express it in the outer world, it also serves to describe all of the other ways that I facilitate [...]

Here’s an example of living what I teach….in Greece.

Tuesday, May 16th, 2006

(Click here to see my photos and stories) As part of a major leap in changing my own life, I spent a month in Greece. The only things I planned ahead were my flight to get there, two nights in Athens, and my return flight. The rest of the time I followed my heart: constantly [...]