This post was originally published November 20, 2012 (my how things have changed, and yet, in may ways stayed the same). We have resolved the tree crisis. This year my Inner Perfectionist was/is too burnt out by COVID concerns to care much. I was too exhausted to light candles to celebrate the Solstice, perhaps another … Continue reading The Perfect Christmas (repost)
There is a new Matrix movie coming out this December, and I'm kinda excited about it, so I'm going to re-share an older post from April 2014 because I can. I'll see it after it comes out -- eventually, from the comfort of my living room, and I might even have a few thoughts about … Continue reading reclaiming Reality from Ms. Eddy’s Matrix is an on-going challenge
This post is set to automatically go up on the nine year anniversary of this blog. I'm writing it a month or two in advance, because I'm not sure where I'll be or what I'll be up to when it happens. A month or two in 2021 can feel like a lifetime. When I first … Continue reading Nine Years Later
I recently* shared an article on my social media about “revenge bedtime procrastination”** and asked what it was called when you gave up and crawled into bed at 9pm and read a book and fell asleep by 9:30. A friend commented that she started thanking her “yesterday self” for the work she had done the … Continue reading yesterday-self slacked off & that is OK
I don’t remember where I first heard about Sasha Sagan’s book For Small Creatures Such as We, Finding Wonder and Meaning in Our Unlikely World, but I do remember it sitting in my online cart for months before I finally caved and bought a gently used second hand copy, somehow I ended up with an … Continue reading we celebrate because celebrations are fun
I recently got an email from a company I have used in the past telling me I could “opt out” of Mother’s Day promotional emails. I may have cried. I’ll be honest, I would have preferred the default to have been requesting people to “opt in,” but the flood of relief I felt when I … Continue reading Opting out of Mother’s Day
Before anyone gets too worried, I'm going through my old drafts. I'm doing mostly ok at the moment, I should be more diligent about my PT exercises, but that's not really new either. "So how did you hurt yourself?" I really love that question. It came up in my most recent video appointment with my … Continue reading So how DID you hurt yourself?
I’m tired of being told I’m brave.I didn’t set out to be brave,I set out to find others.Others.Others whose mother’s had handed off the phoneTo the elderly woman who told me what I saw with my own eyes was a lie,What I felt in the swollen flesh was a falsehood.I was fine.I was more than … Continue reading I’m tired of being told I’m brave.
I have struggled with the concept of “mindful” for years. It usually comes with a lecture, or a demand disguised as a request often framed as a learning opportunity. It has been used to override boundaries, and bypass requests. The concept is often used in Christian Science to blame, shame, undermine, and side-step the actual … Continue reading mindfulness (little “m”)
This is one of a series of posts discussing Rudolf Steiner's Founding a Science of the Spirit: Fourteen Lectures Given in Stuttgart Between 22 August and 4 September 1906. Visit the tag Science of Spirit for all posts on this topic. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of Kindism.org. What better way to start of … Continue reading SOS: Lectures 5 & 6