ZandR Perched, Grand Canyon-tp

Those unintended mean words.
That angry attitude that bubbled up from the depths, surprising even you.

See it. Own it. Understand it. Let it go.
And Begin Again.

That familiar frustration.
The thought that just doesn’t seem to want to give up.
The behavior you wish you could stop.

See it. Own it. Understand it. Let it go.
And Begin Again.

The child’s hand inviting you to take a break, to play.
The light on the canyon at sunrise.
Birdsong.

See it. Own it. Understand it. Let it go.
And Begin Again.

You can practice with this acronym: S.O.U.L.

See it. Own it. Understand it. Let it go.
And Begin Again.

Spring Equinox 2016 was on March 19th at 11:30 pm.

Whether you noted it consciously or not, it’s effects are still being felt. Drink in the poem above as a Spring invitation, to align yourself with this changing season.

And if you need support you this Spring in learning how to begin again, to live your life from a fresh, open place of presence, see my calendar or reach out for some coaching

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** Picture of my adorable niece Ruby and nephew Zander from our recent visit to the Grand Canyon.

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