Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The way I started my day

I first heard about Kate Moller through her mom, the renowned renaissance woman, Christiane Northrup. I recently subscribed to Kate's weekly "newsletters" (more like inspirational or reflective prose that truly resonates with me). This week's arrived in my inbox this morning, and as I rode the bus to work, I read it, absorbing every word with every cell of my body. I am a queen of daydreaming, of what can and will be. And it is a problem at times, especially these days, as I feel like I shouldn't get too excited for what may be and instead focus on what my reality is. Regardless, I thought, this certainly is something I've been thinking about. There must be others thinking the same.

Thus, I feel I need to share this piece with you. Nearly obligated to share it. And, I'd like to ask you the same questions Kate has asked: 

What is it that you truly desire?
Have you ever felt like you were waiting for someone or something outside yourself before you gave yourself permission to go for your dream?
How do you practice being in the moment?
Do you think you can be present right now while fantasizing about something happening in the future, or are the two mutually exclusive?

I hope you enjoy.  

1 comment:

Kate Moller said...

Thanks for sharing my post on your blog! I'm so glad it resonated with you and inspired you!