Austin Perine Aura Reading. Because this one is sure to inspire you. Just like the story of his solution to homelessness.
Inspiration Imperative! Finding inspiration is no luxury in these chaotic times. If you’re awake inside, you crave it.
Yet where are you to turn? (Besides this blog.)
I mean really, where will you seek inspiration, your newspaper? (Haha. But not followed by any joyful roll on the floor, laughing.)
What can help? Here come five solutions.
News in America is elevated these days by Pope Francis’s visit, an inspiration to America’s Catholics and countless others as well.
Isn’t it rare for the news media to cover anything inspiring? How wonderful this is.
I wonder, would you be willing to comment here on what inspires YOU lately?
Here are three of my biggest inspirations
Blog-Buddies, so often the juice of this blog lies in the comments. Today’s Guest Post began as a shortish comment at Householder Enlightenment, a guest post by JULIE after nearly two years in Enlightenment .
What a gem from JULIE! Wisdom about Householder Enlightenment. JULIE was responding to Comment 4 by ALLISON at that aforementioned guest post.
How can an Enlightened person wisely handle distressing current events, troubling stories in the news? Maybe not too differently from people who have not yet crossed the threshold into Enlightenment.
For sure, I am not the only Enlightenment Coach around here! From me, headings and all the rest comes from Enlightenment Coach JULIE!
Being of Service to Others, Pre-Enlightenment or in Enlightenment
The better I take care of myself, mentally and emotionally, the more I can be of service to myself and others. From that standpoint, I read and pay attention to the news, but not too much.
If there is something that troubles me deeply, I will hold a space for it.
Most of us, if we’re honest, will recognize that we have had some rather complicated relationships with celebrities, be they movie stars or politicians or athletes.
Why do we follow them on Twitter? Why do we crush on them?
Or feel disappointed when they marry or divorce?
Do we care so much that sometimes we drop them like hot potatoes? Because they did what? Absolutely fascinating!
What exactly fascinates us? Repels us? Judy Garland famously sang an anthem to celebrity crushes, “You Made Me Love You,” in “Broadway Melody 1938.” Gee, do you think a person living today might be exposed to a few more celebrities than in 1938?
Today Blog-Buddy JULIE has added to a thread begun at yesterday’s Academy Award Reading of Cate Blanchett. Such a gorgeous sequence of insights, dressed up in human garb. And how appropriate to Valentine’s Day,
What has been quirky or puzzling or spiritually evolutionary about your relationships with celebrities, Bl0g-Buddies?
Finally it happened. You knew soon as you woke up this morning. Finally, you have broken through the fog into the light.
Sometimes life grows murky by degrees, with change so imperceptible that you never feel the fog start. You only know that, increasingly, your journey has become difficult. Maybe there’s a specific problem with a relationship, a job or a deadline.
There can be any kind of nuisance: Repairs to your home, the illness of a loved one, your own physical worries. Newspaper headlines could match your inner doom and gloom, or set it off.
Or maybe there’s no outer reason, and you know full well the problem lies within. Somehow you just dont feel like yourself. And you wonder, will you ever?