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The ‘Middle Finger’ Approach: a reflection

July 27, 2016 by


Be aware! Keep your conscious mind present. Do not allow your subconscious to run the show. Notice, consistently, what goes on in between your ears and accept complete responsibility for it. How aware of your conscious vs subconscious driven thinking are you?  How about behavior?  Can you notice which area your behavior is driven by? […]

The Power of Priority

February 3, 2016 by


It’s popular, this time of year, to speak of goals and resolutions.  I am not a fan. Sure, we all have things we’re wanting to accomplish; failings from the last year we’d like to avoid, gym memberships we’d like to be using and dietary changes we do not adhere to.  Do we really need to set […]

Living a Life of Ease Vs. DIS-ease

October 6, 2013 by


My advice is to go into something and stay with it until you like it. You can’t like it until you obtain expertise in that work. And once you are an expert, it’s a pleasure – Milton Garland While standing on top of a mountain in Montana, reality hit me like a rock in the […]

Sheri’s Rants # 45: Grousin’ in the Graveyard

October 31, 2010 by


In the middle of a recent busy morning I took a break – a stroll through a large neighboring graveyard.  Ruminating on my whelming workload I was completely caught up in ‘she said this and now I have to do that and then they will act out there and I’ll be damned if…’ My brain […]