The full moon arrives here in NYC on Saturday, March 19th at 2:10 pm, and the Spring Equinox arrives the very next day on Sunday at 7:21 pm. The energies of the earth itself are shifting into the new season, but that's not all! In this Now long awaited, the energies from the heavenly realms are supporting a deep awakening in humankind, along with a connection between faeries and humans with pure hearts.
When you get down to brass tacks (okay, throwing in some Military terms as well), I really see life as only having two options. You can make it a spectator sport or you can live it on the field making the big plays. I've never had the patience to sit and watch others for very long. If it is a chance to witness mastery, like Olympic or World Level athletes, I'll invest the time. For the most part, I would rather be engaged and in action instead of being the quiet observer.
They say that if you take care of your money, it will eventually take care of you. Sounds simple enough, doesn't it? It raises the question, though: How strong a caregiver are you? I like to think of it this way: In the giddy, blissful early days of a new relationship, the stars seems to align and everything in the relationship flows. We're in looove. We are constantly thinking about one another, calling all the time, checking in frequently, delighting in each other's tiniest quirks and relishing every moment spent together.
How often do you talk yourself out of taking action? How often do you say to yourself: "Yeah, I suppose I could start working on a new career, BUT.....," "I guess I could finally tackle the clutter in this apartment, BUT.....," "I know I could make more of an effort to be healthy, BUT....". What's up with that? Why so quick with the 'but'?
Dear Veronica, My boyfriend Jan and I had the most wonderful Valentine's weekend ever - thanks to you. I had the pleasure of translating your book several years ago. Little did I know that it would change my life. When I gave it to Jan (whom I met 2 years ago), it became a real eye-opener for him (as it was for me) and now we have the best sex ever: adventurous, playful, shame-free, spiritual. It is simply fantastic! In all our former relationships, we never experienced such a rich, sensual, awe-inspiring sexuality.
Half of first marriages fail, but it’s even grimmer the second time around, with two out of three not making it. If you’ve already experienced the pain of a major break-up, it’s not very encouraging to face such high odds. What couples can do to have more chance of success the second time around.
As an expert in your field, chances are you know the ins and outs of what it takes to successfully serve your client base. I imagine that you have taken the time, and spent the money, to make sure you have the knowledge and skills to help the people who come to you and the wherewithal to refer out those whose needs go beyond your practice. Your appreciation for excellence in your own practice sets a precedence for how you see the world and the work you anticipate doing with clients.
Whether you are Married, Engaged, Living Together or still thinking about it, your relationship is the single most important aspect of your life and yet you, like so many of us, probably didn’t get much in the way of an education about HOW to have a happy relationship. This article contains a summary of three of the most vital contributors toward long-term success in your relationship. If you want to know more after reading this, please drop me an email or give me a call!
Who Pays for What and Why? If you are part of an upscale matchmaking service, especially the kind where the ladies don’t have to pay to join, you know it is customary for the man to pay for the date. But if you are internet-dating you should probably expect to pay half. Many times it is just easier to go for a coffee. Men and women’s roles are a bit mixed up these days. Women want equality in every area, but when it comes to dating, we still love to be treated like a lady, protected and taken care of.