From Here…

Did you ever wake up some mornings and say to your self how did I get here? I’m not speaking of the what happens in Vegas kind of mornings, but the morning awakenings that jar you into the present. You know the kind, the yesterday I was twenty something and had it all figured out and today I’m fifty something and haven’t a clue! You can’t figure out where the time went, how you got to be who you are and sometimes you’re not even sure you know yourself!

So what do you do from here? You can roll over and forget you’ve just received a notice from God/The Universe/Your Higher Power or you take advantage of the message and answer those questions. How? By looking for what moves your spirit. What inspires you? Start by listening to your inner voice trusting your gut! Many of us feel unfulfilled because we’ve followed paths created by others.

The next step is decide what you want and ask for it… Be willing to accept all that will come along with it – Nothing is for free. We always have karma to pay back…

As for me, I’m figuring that out, I’ll keep lacing my shoes and run, tying my belt and teach but I’ll be sitting quietly and listen to what my heart desires…

Namaste,

Ginnie

When The Rubber Hits The Road…

There’s an old song I love called I’ve Stayed Too Long At The Fair.  It always reminds me of when its time to move away to or from something. Everyday is about growth and that growth leads us toward another phase of our lives – Or it should. Just like we outgrew diapers and third grade we outgrow who we are now. The big issue is when we become a certain age there aren’t the obvious “road of life cues,” like graduations and birthdays. Now instead of looking toward 16 and a driver’s permit we are looking toward 60 something and social security – Oops there isn’t going to be social security.  I digress, okay 50 something and a colonoscopy. See what I mean, the “road of life cues” are less obvious and far less appealing. So we need to follow our own heart and now wisdom to see where to next. Change can be challenging at any age, but we must embrace it if we are to continue to grow. What is your next thing?  Who do you want to be in the next five years? Where do you want to be? What do you want to be doing?

Me, I’m blowing it all up! Yes my next thing will happen because I’m moving away from who and what I am now… Sarah’s little girl is growing up!

Look out world – I’m BACK!

 

Ginnie

 

 

Trip Ups…

Growing older fascinates me. I’ve noticed I’m caring less about hiding funky looking veins and laugh lines and caring more about knowing me. Who I really am, stripped of all titles, and pretenses. The only way I found to truly discover or uncover the true self, is admitting to that self you are human. Recognizing and accepting the things that, “Trip you up”. You know all those little annoying things about “other” people like, being over controlling, passive aggressive, disorganized, or unreliable, the list is endless. Funny thing the things that we find most annoying are usually the character flaws that trip us up. I for one am a Type A Control Freak and an enabler extraordinaire! I’m learning to accept those parts of me and to let them go or tone them down. Some of these qualities are quite beneficial when dispensed in proper dosage. For example a type A person is motivated and organized. In a hyper state you become (as I have) an over bearing dictator.  See what I mean? Learning about ourselves allows us to master emotions or Trip ups.

 

Watch your step!

Ginnie