Thursday is one of the days when I participate in a weekly online professional gathering at noon. This week's topic was navigating disorientation, something we all seem to be able to relate to these days. My wise psychologist colleagues pointed out how routines serve to ground us and help us mark time. This insight has me thinking about ways I can introduce additional day-of-the-week routines to my current state of being. Are you feeling disoriented about what day and/or date it is? Do you have daily rituals that help you mark time? What routines do you find helpful or comforting?
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Throughout this difficult time (and maybe more this past week than previously), my emotions have been ping-ponging around to stress, fear, anxiety, grief and occasionally a sense of security or normalcy. No wonder I'm exhausted by day's end. How have you been experiencing these strange days? What's keeping you grounded and connected to gratitude?
Discovering and staying on your heart's true path takes dedication and time and, yes, work. What would happen if you took time each day to work through some of your heart's deep questions? What answers might you discover and where might your heart lead you?
April's first Music Monday features a few ladies, including First Aid Kit, Kathleen Edwards and Grimes. What songs have been at the top of your playlist lately?
Today the songs I'm sharing are in memory of my grandpa, who died a year ago. I think of Gramps when I hear this music from John Gorka, Alison Krauss & Robert Plant and Local Natives and feel comforted by the songs. What music has brought you comfort in times of grief?